Approximately 40,000 people in Durham Region lives with diabetes. Every three minutes, another Canadian is diagnosed. This might be you or someone you know. Host Carion Fenn speak with Dick Weatherall and Jennifer Lane, Dietitian and Diabetes Educator at Lakeridge Health.
The impact of surgery with a Rare Disease
Guest #1: Beverly Holtzman, Lymphangioleiomyomatosis Patient who had Double Lung Transplant surgery
Guest #2: Celina Caesar - Chavannes, Whitby MP
Episode #6: Seniors Health
Guest #1: Lakeridge Health
Janice Jones, Nurse Practitioner
Guest #2: Oshawa Senior Citizens Centre
Teresa Shearer, Independent Living Service Manager
Dr. John Dickie is the Chief of Surgery and Section Chief of Thoracic Surgery (lung cancer). He went to medical school at Queen's University and did his surgical training at the University of Toronto. He has worked in hospitals in Peterborough and Toronto and sits on various Cancer Care Ontario and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons working groups and committees to improve quality locally, provincially and nationally.
In this episode host Carion Fenn speaks with lung cancer survivor Ben Longley and Dr. John Dickie, Chief of Surgery and Section Chief of Thoracic Surgery, Lung Cancer at Lakeridge Health.
Host Carion Fenn talk with Donna Mullings and Ester Enyolu about recreating your journey around health. Donna lives with a spinal cord injury and Esther operate an organization for women who are abused.
Host Carion Fenn Talks about Health Benefits of Volunteering with Bill Higgins a volunteer at Lakeridge Health and Helena Finn - Vickers, Manager of Volunteer Resources, Lakeridge Health
Episode 12: Parkinson's Disease
Guest #1: Dr. Soania Mathur, Designing A Cure Inc.
Guest #2: Dr. Arun Mathur, Lakeridge Health
Host Carion Fenn talk with Dr. Soania Mathur, a family doctor Living Well With Parkinson's Disease and her husband Dr. Arun Mathur, Urologist at Lakeridge Health.
Topic: Lung Cancer
Patient: Ben Longley
Expert: Lakeridge Health
Dr. John Dickie
Chief of Surgery and Section Chief of Thoracic Surgery
Episode #3: Chiari Malformation
Host Carion Fenn speaks with Chiropractor Dr. Fabio Di Stefano and Jodi about chiropractic Care. <click here> to watch this episode today.
Episode #2: Lung Cancer
Passion Hair Creations
Recreating your journey around health
Guest #1: Donna Mullings, Town of Ajax Resident,
Guest #2: Esther Enyolu, Executive Director – WMRCC of Durham
Host Carion Fenn talk with Beverly Holtzman, a patient diagnosed with Lymphangioleimyomatosis aka Lam and Celina Caesar - Chavanness, Whitby MP about Rare Disease and the impact on surgery as well as her Petition to have The Government of Canada Recognize Rare Disease Day, this Petition is sponsored by MP Caesar - Chavannes. Sign the Rare Disease Day Petition <click here>
In this episode, host Carion Fenn speaks with stroke survivor Ken McCaw and Amy Maebrae-Waller, District Stroke Co-ordinator at Lakeridge Health.
Episode #4: Diabetes
Episode #1: Stroke
Behind the scenes footage:
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Topic: Chiari Malformation
Patient: Janet Hussey & Ashleigh Becklin
Expert: Carion Fenn Foundation
Patient: Ken McCaw, Stroke survivor
Expert: Lakeridge Health
District Stroke Coordinator
Health 180 with Carion Fenn is a tv show on Rogers TV Durham Channel 10, which explores healthcare through patient stories and with doctors and health & wellness experts giving advice to help you live your healthies life. We cover a wide range of topics on ailments that are affecting the community and addresses the general public concerns. Carion talks to doctors and health experts on treatments or tips that are best for viewers as well as any preventative measures that can be taken to stay healthy. Viewers can watch Health 180 with Carion Fenn on Rogers TV Durham or via live broadcast online by visiting the Rogers website and click on play during regular scheduled tv air time.
Passion Hair Creations
Host Carion Fenn speaks with Karen Sparks and Ashleigh Brackin about Reiki Healing. Reiki is a unique technique for stress and relaxation that alleviates illness symptoms and help promote the healing process.
Host Carion Fenn Talks about Invisible Disability and examines what a diagnosis of Fibromyalgia means for the patient, Debra Tiwari. Certified Acupunturist, Dr. Di Stefano gives his expert advice.
Episode 10: Invisible Disabilities, Fibromyalgia
Interview #1: Debra Tiwari, Patient living with Fibromyalgia
Interview #2: Dr. Fabio Di Stefano, Certified Acupuncturist
Promedx Innovations Inc.
Episode #5: Chiropractic Care
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Host Carion Fenn examines what a diagnosis of epilepsy means for the patient (Aydin, youth) and their family (Melike, mom). Neurologist, Dr. Lewis gives his expert advice.
Topic: Chiropractic Care
Patient: Jodi Paul
Expert: Dr. Fabio Di Stefano, Chiropractor, Promedx Innovations Inc.
Episode 9: Epilepsy
Interview #1: Aydin Leamen & Melike
Interview #2: Dr. Evan Lewis, Neurologist
Neurology Centre of Toronto
Episode 11: Health Benefits of Volunteering
Interview #1: Bill Higgins, Lakeridge Health Volunteer
Interview #2: Helena Finn - Vickers, Manager of Volunteer Resources, Lakeridge Health
In this episode host Carion Fenn examines life after a diagnosis of breast cancer.In this episode host Carion Fenn examines life after a diagnosis of breast cancer.
Healthy Kids with Co-host Eithan - now airing
Patient: Dick Weatherall
Expert: Jennifer Lane, Dietitian and Diabetes Educator, Lakeridge Health
Episode 8: After Breast Cancer
Interview #1: Olga Lambert
Interview #2: Alicia Vianga, Founder
After Breast Cancer
Host Carion Fenn speaks with members from Lakeridge Health & Oshawa Senior Citizens Centre about Seniors Health.
Episode #7: Reiki
Guest #1: Karen Sparks
Guest #2: Ashleigh Brackin
Connections Healing Reiki
Carion Fenn is the President of the Carion Fenn Foundation. Host of Health 180 with Carion Fenn on Rogers TV Durham. An Award-Winning inclusiveness and accessibility patient advocate. Carion is a Member of Lakeridge Health Board of Trustees, Board Quality Committee & Co-Chair Ajax Pickering Hospital Community Panel. She is the Vice Chair & Accessibility Advisor to Town of Ajax Council on the Accessibility Advisory Committee. Carion is a member of the Jamaican Canadian Association and honoured to be selected for 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women 2018.
Carion has received several recognitions for her community service, including the Ontario Volunteer Service Award (10 YRS) from the Ontario Provincial Government, Adult Ajax Civic Award (Town’s Highest Honour), Education and Accessibility Community Award from the Town of Ajax, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario and University Health Network Patti Dawson Award, and Advocacy Award from Abilities Awards.
In this episode, host Carion Fenn speaks with patients Janet Hussey and Ashleigh Becklin about living with Chiari Malformation. They discuss the struggles of being apart of the community with this diagnosis and navigating the healthcare system.