Orthopaedic Surgery: Another Form of Chronic Disease Management? | Drs Shawn Baker & Carlos Moreyra



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Dr Carlos Moreyra is a orthopaedic surgeon with subspecialty training in sports medicine. He obtained his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. After years as a Navy flight surgeon and a civilian clinical research consultant, he completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia and a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Illinois at Chicago. After fellowship, he voluntarily returned to active duty in the Navy for an additional 4 years, including a 7-month deployment to the US Navy-operated Role 3 Combat Hospital in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Since transitioning back to the Navy Reserve, he has worked as a general orthopaedic surgeon in various areas around the country. He is now a Retired Reservist in the US Navy and is currently working long-term travel orthopaedic assignments in Lewisburg, West Virginia.

Dr Moreyra has worked for three of the last five years in areas in the US with critical need of orthopaedic surgery services. During that time he realized that the vast majority of conditions he treats are preventible. He often discusses dietary and lifestyle changes in order to address chronic health issues that are not orthopedic in nature but that have orthopedic implications. Although individual dietary recommendations may be tailored for each patient, he generally recommends a wholesome animal-centered diet withe the elimination of sugar, refined carbohydrates, and vegetable seed oils. Where necessary, he would advocate for a carnivore elimination diet for the patient to learn what dietary aspect may be causing inflammation or pain. His treatment goals are to improve the musculoskeletal and overall health and longevity of his patients by advocating for wholesome food changes to patients diets as well as encouraging a more active lifestyle.

Timestamps:
00:00 Introduction
10:27 Orthopedics and metabolic healthcare
18:31 Discussing nutrition with patients
29:10 Osteoporosis and nutrition
50:49 Hospitals full of junk food

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