Rejuvenaging with Dr. Ron Kaiser


A Digital Approach to Improving the Lives of People Who Suffer From Migraines with Dr. Caryn Seebach

Ep. 60

There are approximately 28 million Americans who are managing migraines, who don’t know that they have it because they never received a proper diagnosis or treatment plan.


As you may know, I’m very fond of this topic, and throughout the show, I’ve had several guests that are experts on this poorly researched condition. In today’s episode, I continue presenting new ways that can help you or someone you know who is suffering from headaches and migraines.


Dr. Caryn Seebach is not only a friend of mine and a former colleague, but she is also truly an expert in her field, with a lot of great information that can help us in a new approach to dealing with health issues.


She is the Director of Programs at Ctrl M Health – a digital company providing Integrative Health and Wellness Solutions for those living with headaches and migraines. Dr. Seebach is a health psychologist with a specialization in behavioral management of chronic pain, headache, and sleep - and has a deep interest in mind-body medicine and its applications for improving psychological health.


If you are suffering from migraines or you know someone dealing with this profoundly misunderstood condition, then listen to Episode 60 of Rejuvenaging, to learn more about her work and how Ctrl M is the go-to app that can bring some light to this debilitating disease.


Questions I ask:

  • Can you tell us what Ctrl M is? (03:35)
  • Where did the name, ‘Ctrl M’ come from? (07:28)
  • Is there individual interaction on the app? Can a person contact someone directly through it? (17:51)
  • Can you tell our listeners how tech-savvy they have to be to use the app? (19:48)
  • How did you get to this point? What was your life journey up until now? (35:31)
  • Is there a charge for your program? (41:04)


In this episode, you will learn:

  • How Ctrl M is complementing medical care. (09:04)
  • The primary goals of Ctrl M. (12:26)
  • When you should reach out to Ctrl M. (13:47)
  • The pillars of Ctrl M. (26:04)
  • Why self-awareness and connectedness are important for managing your health. (29:59)


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Take Action Today To Ensure A Better Future with Chris Godfrey

Ep. 106
As a professional football player, Chris Godfrey's job was to protect the quarterback from the rivals' linemen during pass plays. He would absorb the damage to ensure his teammate's safety, the game's normal flow, and eventually, achieve victory. Time went by, Chris played nine years in the NFL, and when his fourth baby was on the way, he started contemplating not playing any longer. He had no clue what to do; he wasn't sure what path he should follow until someone suggested getting into law school. He would keep on ensuring people's safety, but he would change his protective gear for a suit and a tie this time.Our guest today, Chris Godfrey, is a former College Football and NFL player. He played for the New York Giants, started in Super Bowl XXI, and was honored as the New York Giants Alumni Man of the Year. Chris is the owner of Godfrey Law offices, a full-service estate planning, and elder law firm, and he is also the founder of Life Athletes. Chris firmly believes that the relationships between men and women stand at the center of everything. He visited hundreds of schools in America promoting Christianity and pro-marriage family values. He is also the host of The Sandwich Generation podcast, where he offers guidance to former athletes and aging people in general about alternative ways of doing things in life.In this episode, the inspirational Chris takes us through a guided trip throughout his youth years as a professional NFL player, his evolution as a father and grandfather, and the journey that led him to become a lawyer and a guide to former and future athletes. We also talk about the importance of friendship, the reward he got after nurturing human relationships as an athlete, and the vital importance of friendship in life. Chris also explained the advantages of planning and being concerned about retirement with anticipation and much more.Tune in to Episode 106 of Rejuvenaging, and grasp a bit of knowledge from Chris's approach to proactive thinking about the future.Some Questions I Ask:Can you tell us about your journey and how you took on two challenging professions? (5:26)For those of us who don't know, what is elder law? (7:58)You're in a field where for your client to win, somebody doesn't have to lose. How did you happen to get into that part of the law? (18:13)In This Episode, You Will Learn:How it was for Chris to get into Law School, what made him decide to start that new path in his life (7:08)The real challenge we all have to take care of before we die, and why taking care of it with time offers a broader range of options (9:38)Why taking care of our bodies is the best thing we can do to ensure a future without major unpleasant surprises (16:52)What is Chris' organization Life Athletes about (20:12)Resources:Godfrey Law Firm LLC websiteGodfrey Law Firm FacebookGodfrey Law Firm LinkedInLife Athletes websiteThe Sandwich Generation podcast with Chris GodfreyConnect with Chris:LinkedInUseful Rejuvenaging Resources:Website: Dr. Ron Kaiser -Rejuvenaging: The Art and Science of Growing Older with EnthusiasmEmail: ron.kaiser@thementalhealthgym.comTEDx Talk: Aging Enthusiastically to Make the World a Better Place

Finding a Way to Ease Pain, Move More, and Live Better with Nicole Ludwig

Ep. 105
Contrary to what many of us think, physical therapy is not only about recovering from traumatic injuries; a big part of it is about acquiring habits that will prevent us from paying a visit to specialists. Exercising frequently, walking, and moving around are some of the things all of us have easy access to and can make a difference in our lives in the short and long term.Joining us today is Dr. Nicole Ludwig; she is a Physical Therapist and the Assistant Clinic Director at Excel Physical Therapy and Fitness. She has also taken additional training on pelvic floor health and leadership. Nicole's approach to physical therapy consists of building relationships with her patients and learning what is meaningful to them to understand better how to help them reach their full potential.In this episode, we talk about what physical therapy is about, how it helps enhance patients' life quality, and the habits the aging population should adopt to experience a painless existence. Nicole kindly explained the difference between physical and occupational therapy, when is the right time to consult a physical therapist, and the leading causes for neck and back pain. We also explore the importance of strengthening our core and the most common misconceptions about it.Tune in to Episode 105 of Rejuvenaging, and learn more about the simple habits that can save us lots of pain and discomfort.Some Questions I Ask:What does a physical therapist do? (4:24)What's the difference between physical therapy and occupational therapy? (10:38)Are there injuries that people like me, the aging population, are especially vulnerable to? (20:52)What should we do to stay in shape? What do you recommend from a prevention standpoint? (27:21)In This Episode, You Will Learn:What led Nicole into the physical therapy path (5:21)The indicative signs that we should seek the help of a physical therapist (13:31)Why working on our balance is essential to prevent falls and injuries (21:04)The type of exercise we should look for to stay fit and prevent injuries and chronic pain (28:05)Resources:Excel Physical Therapy and Fitness websiteUseful Rejuvenaging Resources:Website: Dr. Ron Kaiser -Rejuvenaging: The Art and Science of Growing Older with EnthusiasmEmail: ron.kaiser@thementalhealthgym.comTEDx Talk: Aging Enthusiastically to Make the World a Better Place

Cybersecurity. Dealing with the Invisible Threat with Amir Tarighat

Ep. 104
Although almost all of us have already heard of cybersecurity, the reality is that we know little about it. Most people associate it with software or countermeasures like antiviruses, when in fact, cybersecurity is about planning, risk management, secure code writing, and a whole bunch of different things done by people, not software.As the world leans into the digital space to deal with every aspect of human life, it creates a fertile ground for crime. To make matters worse, targeting individuals is easier, cheaper, and more profitable for cybercriminals than attacking big corporations. To talk about all this, and to clear other hundreds of doubts, is Amir Tarighat, our today's guest.Amir Tarighat is the Founder and CEO of Achilleon and Host of the Achilleon Live podcast. He has a Bachelor's degree from Harvard University and an Advanced Computer Security Certificate from Stanford University.In this episode, Amir clears all our doubts about cybersecurity and cyber danger. He demystifies many other misconceived beliefs about antiviruses, cell phone security, and virtually all types of cybercrimes. We talk about what it means when a company that holds our data has a breach and how that could affect us. Amir also spoke about the right way to dispose of our cell phones, what we should do when we change our number, and much more.Tune in to Episode 104 of Rejuvenaging, and have a deeper, more comprehensive look at what cybersecurity is really about and what we can do to be safe.Some Questions I Ask:Tell us what do we actually mean by the term cybersecurity? (3:38)Can you tell us a bit about cell phone security? (7:47)What can I do to feel relatively secure with my personal and professional data? (16:03)Is there a specific type of warnings that you give to older folks who are specifically vulnerable to cyber-attacks? (22:45)In This Episode, You Will Learn:The origins of cybersecurity (5:09)The real danger with cell phones (8:33)What happens when a company that holds our information is breached (12:12)What is an antivirus, how it works, and why antiviruses are not always the best choice (19:15)Resources:Achilleion websiteAchilleion Live podcastConnect with Amir:LinkedInTwitterUseful Rejuvenaging Resources:Website: Dr. Ron Kaiser -Rejuvenaging: The Art and Science of Growing Older with EnthusiasmEmail: ron.kaiser@thementalhealthgym.comTEDx Talk: Aging Enthusiastically to Make the World a Better Place