Georgie McNiff, RN is the founder of Nurse Georgie Health which offers in-office, concierge and telehealth services that are science backed and researched based.
In this episode, Georgie shared why she picked up during the pandemic and moved out to Jackson from New York. She talks about what went into starting up her practice and how it has grown over the past couple of years. Stephan and Georgie discuss the health of our community and some of the unique services that Nurse Georgie offers, including vitamin IV therapy, functional nutrition and testing.
Dr. Sugden is a veteran, pilot, entrepreneur, physician, paramedic, and teacher to young aviators. Dr. Sugden first called Jackson Hole home back in the 40s when his family owned a dude ranch in Kelly. Dr. Sugden helped establish the first air ambulance service in Jackson Hole back in 1980. He has been inducted into the Wyoming Aviation Hall of Fame and is the recipient of the Harrison Ford Aviation Legacy Award. Currently, Dr. Sugden is a family medicine doctor based in Jackson Hole.
Deidre is the Executive Director of The Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center. In this episode, Deidre shares the path that led her back home to Jackson after graduating from college. She talks about the services that the Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center offers, which includes a wide range of counseling, therapy, crisis services, and case management. The community counseling center also offers a 24hr crisis line. Stephan and Deidre discuss the stigma of talking about mental health and how the pandemic has changed how we look at mental wellness.
If you are in need to talk to someone, the crisis line is available 24hrs a day at 307-733-2046
John is a Doctor of Chiropractic and Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. He is also a board member of Teton Adaptive Sports, a nonprofit whose core focus is to provide ways of outdoor recreation to those of all abilities living in the Greater Teton Area.
In this episode, Dr. Burnett shares how he and his family landed in Jackson. He dives into the history of epidemics and pandemics to break down why we need to learn from our past. Stephan and Dr. Burnett also chat about how our public health system has changed and why instilling fear can be so dangerous.
In this episode, Whitney talks about her family’s connection to Jackson Hole and the path that led her to settle in the Valley. Whitney shares how she has overcome some personal obstacles to find out what she truly wants out of life. Stephan and Whitney also discuss the benefits of working with a life coach and the importance of building on our relationships.
In this episode, Laura shares how she went from creating desserts at the Four Seasons to opening up a Chiropractic office. Stephan and Laura also talk about how the Chiropractic field has changed over the years and they geek out a little about what it’s like to host a podcast.
In this episode, Eden talks about falling in love with Jackson, why she pursued the path of becoming a dietitian, and her own struggles with food and nutrition. Stephan and Eden also discuss the various challenges people face when it comes to being healthy and why you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover.
In this episode, Carol tells the story of how she and her then-husband came out to the Teton area and the big impact they made when they arrived. Stephan and Carol talk about human potential, life purposes, and Carol’s work as a clairvoyant.