Global Medicine Review is a talk show program hosted by Dr. Kamau Kokayi and Faybiene Miranda dedicated to exploring topics of interest in medicine, health, culture and healing. The show airs on WBAI every Wednesday from noon - 1PM. You can download individual shows below or from iTunes. You can also subscribe to our iTunes feed and get the show
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Dr. Kokayi interviews fellow practitioner Erin Davis, and instructor Ken Campbell, on the practice of kinesiology as taught by the International College of Applied Kinesiology. Erin Davis practices with Dr Kokayi both in Manhattan and at his Manhasset office and Ken Campbell is a senior faculty member for the College. The practicality and depth of kinesiology is discussed in regards to a study that has been completed in South Hampton, UK, documenting in the strictest scientific controlled format, the efficacy of this system. Moreover this system of kinesiology has been used effectively in a maximum security prison in South Africa with the result that several inmates have been granted the privilege of teaching in minimum security prisons, something totally unheard of. Dr Kokayi also has Erin review her handling of a couple of his patients to emphasize the power of a wellness model of health where you start from the unlimited potential that each client can tap into when trying to realize their health and life goals . Kinesiology programs and sessions that are still open for the fall can be found on internationalcollegeofhealingarts.com.
Dr. Kokayi interviews Alwyn Thomas on the topic of Divination, specifically the Divination system coming out of the Dagara culture of West Africa. Thomas has been intrigued by the principles of divination since the age of 14, and through the events of his life journey was compelled to become a diviner. It was through one of Malidoma Patrice Some’s courses in New York, that Thomas was able to begin to take up his calling. Divination is a ritual process by which the diviner taps into a universal consciousness that leaves its imprint on the arrangement of the divining items. The diviner performs this reading in a ritualistic fashion which involves the diviner intuiting and tapping into a different aspect of Consciousness which brings the stories represented in the divining kit to life. Thomas explains the role of diviner as one of submission, and through that submission it is possible to tap into unlimited consciousness. Your intuitive processes are in control and you must move with the spirit in order to make this work. He relays accounts in which he was able to perceive parts of peoples’ life stories as well as foresee solutions to their life problems. Thomas also discusses the components of a divination kit and the process of creating it.
Dr. Kokayi interviews Dr. Eileen Marie Wright, of Neuroscience Inc,. on the importance of laboratory work that is looking to establish guidelines for corrective measures that can be taken with nutrients and phyto nutrients. Dr. Wright is a physician with a conventional board certification in emergency medicine but she also has extensive training in metabolic and nutritional medicine, hormone therapies, Ayurvedic medicine as well as many other alternative and complementary modalities. The interplay of the immune, endocrine and nervous systems is discussed with a new look at their functional interaction. Although from a conventional perspective each of these systems is observed independently the interplay that their biochemical substrates can have on each other is being brought out more clearly thru the work of Neuroscience Inc. This cutting edge lab is able to provide doctors with functional measurements of somatic signals like cytokines which help to create an interplay between these systems which were previously looked at separately. The same cytokines my affect immunity as much as they do psychological states. More information on Neuroscience Inc. can be found at www.neurorelief.com.
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Dr. Kokayi interviews Tom Bisio on Internal Healing Arts. Tom Bisio has an extensive background in East Asian martial arts, philosophy and medicine, with over 30 years experience. He’s a licensed practitioner and has a busy clinic in New York. The immediate efficiency of Eastern medicine is discussed as well as the role that it plays in the health of middle-aged people. The importance of breathing exercises such as Qi-Gong are presented as possible ways to allow for better flow of Qi, which would allow for a healthier body and lifestyle. Mr. Bisio also talks about how he incorporates acupuncture as well as many other alternative modalities (like herbal poultices, physical manipulation, lifestyle changes and internal herbal treatments) to supplement the healing and or prevention of severe physical trauma. A focus on internal martial arts forms is emphasized for a more complete, healthy lifestyle.