Interviews and media
with Dr Stein
Dr. Stein's interview on the CBC Alberta provincial late news on April 18, 2021
- long haul COVID
- 10 to 30% of people who contract COVID 19 don't recover fully as expected. These lingering symptoms are referred to as "long haul" or "Post-COVID".
- The symptoms of Post-COVID include severe fatigue, post exertional malaise, unrefreshing sleep, brain fog and unstable blood pressure - very similar to symptoms of ME/CFS.
- Number one take home message if you have long haul COVID is to PACE. This means living within your energy bank account. Try to save a bit of energy every day so the body can use it to heal.
- We hope this sensible self-management will help people with long haul COVID recover.
My Podcast interview with Dr. Courtney Craig, May 4, 2021
In this 48 minute podcast we discuss a wide range of topics. I begin by telling the story of what I have learned in my 32 year history with ME/CFS, FM and ES. I answer some hard questions from Dr. Craig including the apparent conflict between psychiatry and ME/CFS and how self-management can possibly help in these serious bio-medical conditions.
Self-management does not cure ME/CFS, FM or ES. But what we think, feel, and do impacts biology. Neuroplasticity in particular has caught my attention. It is a living connection between the mind and the body. It allows us to plan changes to our own brains and bodies by changing behavior - amazing.
We are all awaiting transformative biological interventions for ME/CFS, FM and ES. However, even in conditions for which there are powerful biological treatments, self-management remains important. I designed my online course to fill the need for accurate disease specific self-management strategies.
I hope you enjoy the podcast. And a big thank you to Dr. Craig for offering the platform of hope.
Click on this link to hear my podcast conversation with Dr Courtney Craig:
About Dr. Courtney Craig
Dr. Craig received her clinical training at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Florida. She also completed undergraduate study in exercise science at the College of William and Mary. She graduated with honors from the University of Bridgeport’s Human Nutrition Institute Master program. She studied at the Technical University of Munich, Germany, with a focus on nutrition and biomedical research. She was a visiting scientist at Cornell’s Center for Enervating Neuroimmune Disease.