Metabolic Syndrome, HSD, & Osteoporosis w/ Dr. Aaron Hartman, MD + BoneCoach™

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The Bone Coach Podcast Dr Aaron Hartman Metabolic Syndrome | Osteoporosis & Bone Health | Bone Loss Podcast

Did you know that hypermobility (being “double-jointed”) is often associated with osteoporosis and other chronic health conditions?

Do you want to hear about the nutritional compounds, chemical exposures, and hormone disruptors that could be exacerbating your bone loss?

Do you want a functional medicine practitioner’s advice on what NOT to focus on when improving your bone health?

Then you won’t want to skip this episode!

Joining us today to explore the hidden causes of osteoporosis, metabolic syndrome, HSD, and so much more is Dr. Aaron Hartman, MD.

Episode Timeline

0:00 – Episode start

2:27 – Introduction to Dr. Aaron Hartman and his work

5:15 – Why is study design important and what are some of the flaws in research today?

9:36 – Are there nutritional compounds that could be helpful, but are never thoroughly studied?

10:58 – Which conditions do you see most frequently in your office?

12:10 – What is metabolic syndrome? What are the factors or related conditions that contribute to developing metabolic syndrome?

15:53 – Your experience with conventional medicine versus functional medicine

18:15 – How do chemical exposures and hormone disruptors relate to osteoporosis?

20:05 – How does early menopause set a woman up for osteoporosis?

22:06 – What are the most common overlooked diseases that increase the risk of osteoporosis, and how do you help your patients work through those conditions?

26:55 – What is your standard “work-up” or process for your patients?

29:50 – Why Dr. Aaron recommends a specific type of collagen to his patients

31:18 – How do I test for success in my bone health? Not just DXA scans.

37:13 – Where can people connect with Dr. Aaron?

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About Dr. Aaron Hartman, MD:

Dr. Hartman’s journey with functional medicine started when he and his wife adopted their first daughter from foster care.

She has cerebral palsy & countless dietary issues. They went from specialist to specialist and, even as a physician, he felt let down and confused. His daughter’s health struggles forced him to confront an uncomfortable realization: Our current healthcare system doesn’t have all the answers. His wife, however, refused to give up hope.

She ultimately pointed him to functional medicine. His daughter and other two kids began to thrive. After years in family practice, he felt called to make a dramatic shift. He now helps patients identify leverage points in key areas of their lifestyle and health that harness their body and remarkable power to heal and begin living the vibrant life they deserve. He has become the ‘go to’ doctor for difficult and hard cases in central Virginia.

As a clinical researcher, Dr. Hartman has been involved with over 60 clinical studies, he is the founder of the Virginia Research Center, and currently is serving as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at the VCU School of Medicine.

In 2016 he founded Richmond Integrative and Functional Medicine.

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