I’ve been trying to get today’s guest on for a loooong time! Dr. Tyna Moore is a naturopathic doctor, and chiropractor, and success coach for fellow N.D.s looking to amplify their impact in the world. Needless to say, she and I are on a similar mission and are really aligned in how we enjoy helping people. Her expertise, however, when it comes to clinical care, is different than mine. She is an expert in pain management and has an intuitive sense in terms of understanding where pain originates in the body. Very often, what she observes is that pain is an issue with the central nervous system — and in particular, inflammation in the brain. And what was so fascinating about our conversation today was looking at the applicability of that idea as it pertains to those of us who may be suffering from chronic pain issues.
In this episode, we really explore the connection between the mind and the physical manifestations that we have in our body, and some of the really cool, regenerative injection therapies that are available to us as consumers of better health care.
[1:24] About today’s episode and guest!
[2:48] Welcoming Dr. Tyna Moore to the podcast!
[3:15] Tyna tells us all about her story and journey.
[7:30] Commonalities Tyna notices in terms of the source of their physical pain.
[9:30] Tyna explains how inflammation occurs in the brain.
[14:30] Some of the basics about regenerative injection therapy.
[16:03] How Tyna manages to keep her stress low.
[19:15] How to know when to ask your primary health care provider about regenerative injection therapy, and the main differences between prolotherapy and PRP.
[23:53] Who may not be a good candidate for regenerative injection therapy?
[27:19] Are there certain diets that help expedite the relief from pain faster than others?
[28:56] Tyna’s experience with the opposite spectrums of diet: keto vs. vegan.
[32:12] Tyna talks about the critical importance of building muscle mass.
[39:00] What Tyna would like her legacy to be.
[42:25] Tyna’s key performance indicators!
[48:19] Where to follow-up with Tyna and find out what she’s up to!
Mentioned in This Episode:
Core Wellness (Tyna’s clinic) (Free guide about PRP available here!)
DrTyna.com (For access to her free book!)
More About Tyna Moore
Dr. Tyna Moore is the Owner of Core Wellness Clinic in Portland, OR. She specializes exclusively in the application of natural pain solutions and regenerative injection therapies. As both a board-certified Naturopathic and Chiropractic physician, she brings a unique perspective and expertise to the diagnosis and treatment of pain and orthopedic conditions. Dr. Moore practices exclusively Regenerative Injection Therapies and non-surgical pain management for orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions.
Throughout her professional career, Dr. Tyna Moore has focused on pain and musculoskeletal conditions. It was her own illnesses as a child that inspired her to pursue medicine. She was fortunate enough to begin working with her mentor, Dr. Rick Marinelli, N.D., just out of undergrad as part of his office staff. Having battled her own chronic pain issues and injuries in the past, as well as seeing Dr. Marinelli’s work in action, Dr. Moore knows first-hand how potent a treatment natural regenerative injection therapies can be.
Dr. Moore attended both Western States Chiropractic College and the National College of Naturopathic Medicine concurrently, where she earned both her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree (N.D.) and Doctor of Chiropractic degree (D.C.) respectively.
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“Your body is your biological story.” — Dr. Meghan Walker
“It requires a daily regimen of protocol to take care of myself, which includes nutritional supplements, exercise, adequate sleep, keeping my toxic burden down, keeping my stress low — all of these things are active care to stay out of that pain point.”
— Dr. Tyna Moore
“Exercise is key.” — Dr. Tyna Moore
“Joint pain is as much metabolic as it is bio-mechanical. It’s kind of like a diabetes of the joint.” — Dr. Tyna Moore
“Getting your … metabolism in check is going to be critical because there’s no amount of injection therapy that’s going to help you if you’re diabetic and metabolically unsound. … Injection therapy might actually … make you feel worse.” — Dr. Tyna Moore
“Having muscle on your body is a superpower — and it’s a really under-appreciated superpower because if you’ve never had it, you have no idea what it feels like.”
— Dr. Tyna Moore
“Bottom line is: muscle is protective … and if you want to have a fighting chance at making your way through [chronic pain and other issues], going in with a pack of muscle on your body is probably a better insurance than anything else.” — Dr. Tyna Moore
“My success has been completely in alignment with the amount of muscle and strength training that I do. As I have upped my strength training … my checkbook has increased.” — Dr. Tyna Moore