You can, quit smoking | Helen Mitas

Hypnotherapy to quit smoking. Has smoking caused your stroke? Are you desperate to quit smoking but haven’t yet found a way? Are you afraid of what might happen if you have another stroke? Sometimes in life we pick up a habit early on in life that goes some way to solving a problem that we are experiencing and keep applying … Read More

How Reiki supports healing | Deb Dalziel

Deb Dalziel Reiki Practitioner. Deb Dalziel  has a passion for learning and personal growth, helping people connect within for healing & wellness. This passion has guided her career choices from Primary Teaching to the Business Sector as an Executive Coach, Trainer and Facilitator and in 2006 founding my own Training Company, Fresh Outcomes. Deb’s study continues within her own daily practice as well as … Read More

Blue light and sleep | Alex Fergus

Blue light and Sleep Blue Light. Alex Fergus a New Zealander living in Sydney at the time of this recording coaches some of Australia’s top executives; helping them look and feel amazing through natural lifestyle choices. Alex has a passion for improving health and fitness. He grew up in New Zealand participated in a lot of sports. He represented his country in Rowing, … Read More

Stroke Recovery | Clare Coffield

Stroke Recovery Clare Coffield’s stroke recovery has been challenging but rewarding. Clare’s life’s experiences have all been vital in teaching her the skills she needed to recover from stroke after a recent Brain Bleed.  As a result of the stroke Clare had been left with deficits to her arm and leg and she underwent rehabilitation to learn how to walk and regain the use of … Read More

High cholesterol and brain health? | Dr Jonathan Colter

What is High Cholesterol? My guest today to talk about high cholesterol, is regular guest Dr Jonathan Colter. According to Mayo Clinic “Cholesterol is a waxy substance that’s found in the fats (lipids) in your blood. While your body needs cholesterol to continue building healthy cells, having high cholesterol can increase your risk of heart disease. When you have high cholesterol, … Read More

Nothing is impossible | Carol Cooke

Paralympic Cycling Gold Medallist with Multiple Sclerosis MS Multiple Sclerosis MS. In her mid 30’s Carols Doctor told her to go home and get her affairs in order quit her job give up playing sport and begin a bunch of medication to manage her diagnosis. Fortunately, Carol found the determination and spirit to defy what this doctor had told her. … Read More

Beating Breast Cancer | Brigette Sigley

Beating Breast Cancer Beating Breast Cancer. Brigette Sigley is in her early forties and feels fabulous, although it has not always been that way. When Brigette was 40 she was diagnosed with breast cancer which had spread to her lymph nodes. This was her second serious diagnosis. Brigette felt like her train had been derailed. She went on a 2-year transformational journey to learn how to get well … Read More

Recovering from Multiple Sclerosis | Natalie Shultz

Recovering from Multiple Sclerosis – MS. From the best she can tell, Natalie Shultz has been sharing the real estate in her head with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) since the year 1999 right after the birth of her second child. That is the earliest memory she can pinpoint her symptoms. She was in and out of doctors offices over the next several years trying to figure … Read More

Testicular Cancer Recovery | Andy Zagami

A Testicular Cancer Recovery Journey At the age of 21 Andy Zagami was in the fight for his life and a full Testicular Cancer Recovery was the only outcome on his mind. After noticing the symptoms of testicular cancer Andy Zagami was formally diagnosed and subsequently required chemotherapy and multiple surgeries. Life as he knew it was placed on hold as his family rallied … Read More

Autism – A Mums Approach | Cara Comini

Autism: A Mums Perspective Autism affects 1 in 68 children in the United States and 1 in 100 children in Australia. Unfortunately the numbers are growing not decreasing. With up to 1.5 million people affected in the United States and 230,000 affected in Australia the need for information, that families can use about how to manage the life long condition … Read More

Obesity: The Physical Emotional and Financial Costs | Dr Jonathan Colter

Obesity. The Physical Emotional and Financial Costs With Dr Jonathan Colter Dr. Jonathan Neal Colter was a practicing chiropractic physician in North Carolina for over 20 years.  During that time he was exposed to patients suffering from various health conditions ranging from cancer, high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, chronic illness, degenerative arthritis and depression. He is passionate about … Read More

The Pursuit of Life’s Purpose | Louise Gilbert

The Pursuit of Life’s Purpose | Louise Gilbert Louise Gilbert is regarded as an innovator and has broadened the parameters of education with her cutting edge, holistic approach to teaching and learning. She asks big questions – ones that at this time in human history are critical. What is a real education? What is it we really want for our children? … Read More

So I decided to create a stroke recovery podcast.

I was looking for a stroke recovery podcast. I never thought that I was going to be the host of a stroke recovery podcast. As an owner of a Property Maintenance Company, the road that led to the work I do today emerged from the most hostile conditions. After experiencing the first of three brain hemorrhages (hemorrhagic strokes)  in Feb of … Read More