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Ethos Athletes Podcast

Welcome to the Ethos Athletes Podcast hosted by Dr. Matthew Hernandez. This podcast was made to help individuals gain knowledge about various topics in the fitness world to improve their workouts and overall health. We draw our knowledge from experts in the Phoenix Metro Area who work with CrossFit athletes.  


Dr. Matt is a co-owner of Ethos Integrative Medicine and specializes in using Regenerative Medicine to help athletes recover from injury. 

Jul 19, 2019

This is episode 3 in our Peptide Series.

In this episode, Ryan Smith and I discuss the Peptides we have seen be clinically effective for treating joint pain and sports injuries.

The peptides we discuss in this podcast are BPC-157, TB4, AOD + HA, Pentosan Polysulfate, Cerebrolysin, and GHK-Cu.

To learn more about peptide...

Jul 4, 2019

The is episode 2 of our Peptide Series featuring Ryan Smith.

Many of our patients come to us looking for ways to improve their sleep and energy. 

In this episode, we discuss a few of the peptides that we use to augment our treatment plans and help boost our patients' sleep better, have more energy, and help their...

May 24, 2019

We have seen and heard stories of individuals who have struggled to reach their treatment goals, either because their progress plateaued or they felt that something was missing from their plan.  

We use those stories and our passion for our patients and what we do to motivate us to continually seek out ways to...

May 17, 2019

One of the questions that we commonly get asked: "What caused my hormones to be this way?"

Unfortunately, that answer has a lot of different factors involved and one of them has to do with the chemicals we are exposed to everyday.

In this podcast, we discuss some of what those chemical exposures are as well as what...

Apr 25, 2019

In Episode 32, we talked about the 4 components that can cause joint pain: Articulation, Neuromuscular, Stability, and Symmetry.

I wanted to take a further dive into Symmetry to learn what causes our bodies to become more asymmetrical then normal. For this podcast, I brought on my friend, Dr. Jeremy Kerrigan of the