Episode 41: Positive effects in realizing emotional, physical, and mental stretching.
Welcome to Episode 41 of the Sustainable Clinical Medicine Podcast!
In this weeks episode, we have the honor of welcoming Dr. Ali Novitsky as our special guest. Dr. Novitsky shares her journey as a neonatologist, her experiences with 24-hour shifts, and her insights on finding a balance between a thriving medical career and motherhood.
Dr. Novitsky dives deep into her decision to transition to OptumHealth, a job that offered higher pay, set hours, and no weekends or holidays, while still maintaining her clinical practice.
Throughout the episode, Dr. Novitsky emphasizes the importance of self-awareness when it comes to physical, mental, and emotional health. She reflects on her past lack of awareness and the challenges faced in medical training, where topics like coaching and holistic well-being were not extensively discussed.
Here are 3 key takeaways from this episode:
1️⃣ Prioritize Self-Awareness for Optimal Health: Taking an inventory of our health, seeking regular check-ups, and making personal decisions about our wellness are crucial steps to empower ourselves on our path to sustainable clinical practice.
2️⃣ Balancing Parenthood and Career Goals: As a mother and physician, Dr. Novitsky highlights the challenges of balancing the roles of provider and nurturing mother. She shares her personal journey of self-discovery, seeking guidance from therapists and coaches, and becoming a role model for future women in medicine.
3️⃣ Mindset, Movement, and Longevity: By incorporating mindset work alongside physical movement, we can find joy in our workouts and create sustainable habits in the long run. Dr. Novitsky encourages setting realistic goals, focusing on activities that have a high impact on our health, preserving muscle mass, and engaging in resistance exercises.
Listen to the full episode to dive deeper into Dr. Ali Novitsky's remarkable journey, insights, and practical tips for sustainable clinical practice. You don't want to miss out on this inspiring conversation!
Dr. Ali Novitsky’s Bio:
Ali Novitsky, MD is the CEO and founder of Life Coaching for women physicians. She is Triple board certified in Obesity Medicine, Pediatrics, and Neonatology. She is a Certified Physician Coach, Nutrition and Fitness Expert, International Speaker, Blogger, and Host of The Podcast “Life Coaching for Women Physicians”. Ali attended Temple University School of Medicine and completed her Pediatric residency and Neonatal Fellowship at Thomas Jefferson/AI duPont Hospital for Children.
She completed her coach training at The Life Coach School and The Mind Firm Method. Ali helps women physicians achieve optimal health by optimizing their unique potential with simple strategies backed by science. Ali offers CME coaching programs designed for women physicians. Her programs are ever evolving and currently include: Jump Start, G.O.A.L.S. Society, and Transform. Ali has a trademarked nutrition program called Mindful Macros® where she combines an intuitive and gentle nutrition approach to achieve optimal health results through food freedom. Ali is married to her med school sweetheart, Mark, and together they have two daughters, Elizabeth and Charlotte.
Learn more about Dr. Novitsky here: https://www.lifecoachingforwomenphysicians.com
Find her on Instagram @alinovitskymd
🎧 So grab your headphones and get ready for an enlightening and thought-provoking and uplifting conversation on sustainable clinical medicine with Dr. Ali Novitsky
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