Tip-toeing through childhood
Season 1, Ep. 6
Jumping, hopping, running, and much more… Today, on our season 1 finale we explore common childhood orthopedic conditions with our guest, Dr. Ken Kontio, Division Chief of Orthopedics at CHEO.
The Sunday Dinner
Season 1, Ep. 5
This week on Treebark, we join Dr. Tundak and Julia for a night of fine dining at our Sunday dinner. Tonight's menu is mediterranean shrimp kabobs, ravishing conversation, and wine gums for dessert.The effervescent Dr. Bureau accompanies us at our table to discuss what family dinners mean for childhood development.
Recurrent ear infections
Season 1, Ep. 4
Even the floppiest of ears need a little TLC once in a while. We talk recurrent ear infections and when they need to be seen by a specialist. Our special guest, otolaryngologist Dr. Blair Williams joins the discussion.
Teddy and Blankey?
Season 1, Ep. 3
We explore attachment in children with leading developmental psychologist, Dr. Jean-Francois Bureau from the University of Ottawa.
Shining Light on the Sunshine Vitamin
Season 1, Ep. 2
On this exciting episode of Treebark, we put on our sunblock and definitely answer every question you could possibly have about Vitamin D.Julia and Dr. Tundak and joined by the inimitable Dr. Stephanie Atkinson. Dr. Atkinson is Professor and Nutrition Clinician-Scientist, Department of Pediatrics, Associate Member, Department of Biochemistry & Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University, and Professional Staff in McMaster Children's Hospital, Hamilton. Her career-long research has focused on exploring the role of nutrition in optimizing growth, body composition and skeletal development in infants and children. We’d love for you to subscribe and follow Treehouse Medical online. If you have any questions feel free to connect with us at our email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grocery shopping with a fairy?
Season 1, Ep. 1
Our series premiere begins with an in-depth look at whether grocery shopping with a fairy is a toddler's right of passage. Why do children like to dress up as superheroes,play shop, and does dramatic play help with childhood development? Get to know Dr. Mom and Julia Slanina, learn more about the anatomy and physiology around the human brain with PGYI (Dalhousie University)- Family Medicine Resident, Dr. Zosia Tundak, and hear Mrs. Gilmore, a seasoned primary school teacher, share the valuable elements of dramatic play. We’d love for you to subscribe and follow Treehouse Medical online. If you have any questions feel free to connect with us at our email: email@example.com