Kathy Kozak

Host, The Body Show

In 1999, Dr. Kozak came to Straub Clinic and Hospital where she currently works as an internist specializing in preventative health, travel medicine, women's health and wellness. She is a graduate of the Medical College of Pennsylvania and did her residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr Kozak has also spent time in medical clinics in Australia, Peru, Zimbabwe, India, Puerto Rico, Indonesia, the Philippines and Cambodia. She studies Cambodian language and sponsored the Kozak Ohana School in Kompong Thom, Cambodia. A woman of varied talents, she is a member of the Oahu Civic Orchestra since 2000 and studies voice.

Stanley Wood / Flickr
Stanley Wood / Flickr

  Do you snore? Or know a snorer keeping you awake at night? Well, snoring can be a sign of something much more serious, sleep apnea. Dr. Steve Wilhite is going to share his work with dentistry to help treat apnea and snoring and let everyone get more rest at night.

Wikipedia Commons
Wikipedia Commons

  We all know the body has amazing healing abilities. But how can this be harnessed to help restore muscle and joint injuries? Next time, talking about platelet rich plasma injections. What they’re for, who might benefit and where they go.

Wikipedia Commons
Wikipedia Commons

  Over 80% of us will suffer back-pain at some point in our lifetime. What can be done to treat it? Today, talking with an expert in pain relief about the latest technological advances available now.

Wikipedia Commons
Wikipedia Commons

  Head and neck cancers can be completely disfiguring, and change the part of ourselves we recognize the most, the face. But with the latest technologies available, the entire reconstructive process is changing and this week we talk with Drs. Alam and Klem from Queen's Hospital about the latest efforts here in the islands to help those suffering from these serious cancers. Today on The Body Show, 5pm on HPR-2. 

Alachua County / Flickr
Alachua County / Flickr

 

  Dr. Renneau Kennedy is an expert in the mental health of those we often overlook in society, the homeless, mentally ill and imprisoned. We are going to discuss the special needs of these groups and all of us in dealing with the community needs for better mental healthcare availability and how this affects every segment of society. 5pm on HPR2. 

Pixabay Commons
Pixabay Commons

  We're all going to get there someday, Dr. Patricia Borman from Hawaii Pacific Neuroscience will share our earlier discussion on geriatric care will be rebroadcast, sharing her expertise on how to keep our mind and body active as we age, and how to best take care of our elderly loved ones right now.  Tune in, 5pm on HPR-2. 

University of the Fraser Valley / Flickr
University of the Fraser Valley / Flickr

Concussions, we all hear about how dangerous these can be, but what are the long term effects of multiple head injuries.  Dr. Robert Sloan, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist will explain the meaning of CTE or chronic traumatic encelphalopathy and how even the NFL is looking into ways to protect their players. 5pm on HPR2. 

Wikipedia Commons
Wikipedia Commons

Robotic surgery, is it really like on TV or in the movies? They say this type of surgery can reduce scars and improve recovery time but does it really make a difference in overall surgical care? Dr. Charles Kim, urology expert will be in the studio to talk about the changes taking place in the operating room and how the technology of tomorrow is actually right here in Hawaii. Tune in at 5 PM on HPR-2.

Wikipedia
Wikipedia

  Have you ever had a loved one with serious health problems have to go to the mainland to get life-saving treatment? Dr. David Singh is going to discuss the need for advanced cardiac procedures like ventricular assist devices or VAD's and how this is currently in the process of being brought to the islands so loved ones with heart problems can stay in the islands and get the best treatment here at home. 5 PM on HPR-2.

Smoke Testing Maunawili Wastewater Pipes; Jordan Segundo; Honolulu Charter Commission Accepting Public Proposals; Celtica

Smoke Testing Maunawili Wastewater Pipes: Lori Kahikina

Pages