EP 1: Confessions of A Male Gynecologist

Welcome to the inaugural episode of Confessions of a Male Gynecologist, a cheeky-sounding name for an unconventional show.

I’m Dr. Shawn Tassone, a board-certified OB-GYN who’s also board certified in integrative medicine. It’s an unusual combination, rooted in my recognition that I couldn’t help my patients as much as I wanted to through allopathic medicine alone.

How we respond to our health and how we respond to each other tells a story. I created this podcast not only to share the stories I’ve experienced and encountered over the past 20 years but to create a space for colleagues and patients to share their stories.

In this episode, I’m sharing what you can expect from Confessions of a Male Gynecologist, my background and what drove me to want to be a better healer, what I’ve learned from my patients, and how the conversations we’ll share on this podcast will empower you in your health journey.

I’m excited to welcome you on this journey. Now, let’s get to those confessions.

Highlights from the episode
-What you can expect from the Confessions of a Male Gynecologist podcast

-How 20 years in practice have turned me into a storyteller

-How my mother’s cancer diagnosis changed my perspective on medicine and healing

-The spiritual crisis that led me to train in integrative medicine

-Exploring healing with your mind

-The meaning behind “Confessions of a Male Gynecologist”

-Second-class citizens and the doctor-archy

-The mission to get you the vetted information you need to advocate for yourself

Mentioned in this episode
Andrew Weil’s Book | 8 Weeks to Optimum Health: A Proven Program for Taking Full Advantage of Your Body’s Natural Healing Power

Shawn A. Tassone MD & Kathryn M. Landherr MD’s Book | Spiritual Pregnancy: Develop, Nurture & Embrace the Journey to Motherhood

The Hormone Balance Bible: A Holistic Plan to Create Lifelong Health

Hormonal Archetype Quiz

This podcast and website represent the opinions of Dr. Shawn Tassone and his guests. The content here should not be taken as medical advice and is for informational purposes only. Because each person is so unique, please consult your health care professional for any medical questions.

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