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Trauma: The Ghost in Our Cells and Fascinating Ways to Heal It




53 min

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Welcome to "The Dr. Monti Show"—an Epoch Original Documentary Series, in collaboration with Thomas Jefferson University.

In a nation where nearly 70 percent of adults have faced traumatic events, the profound impacts of trauma and its deep-rooted mind-body connection are more pertinent than ever. Studies have shown that unresolved trauma can manifest physically, leading to chronic pain, fatigue, and even autoimmune disorders. Surprisingly, many people live unaware that their health issues stem from past trauma, illustrating the intricate intertwining of our emotional and physiological well-being.

Hosted by Dr. Daniel Monti, chair of the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health, "The Dr. Monti Show" showcases a panel of notable experts. Dr. Sara Gottfried, a four-time New York Times best-selling author; Dr. Jingduan Yang, a seasoned practitioner bridging Chinese and Western medicine; and Dr. Anna Tobia, twice honored as a Top Doctor in Philadelphia, all come together to share their invaluable insights.

Together, they elucidate cutting-edge therapies such as the Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) and the transformative potential of psychedelic medicine, with a special emphasis on ketamine—a drug daringly administered to a patient, captured live during our series.

But this exploration goes beyond merely understanding trauma. It's an invitation for viewers to embark on their own healing journeys. By unveiling the mysteries of trauma's grip and the therapeutic wonders showcased, you might discover pathways to rejuvenate your health and possibly transform your life.


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