They say men don't care about their health. We disagree.

This podcast is for men. Hosted by emergency physician Dr. Troy Madsen and The Scope Radio senior producer Scot Singpiel, two regular guys just trying to live a healthy life without it taking over their life. Subscribe and empower yourself to take ownership of your health and decisions that will impact your life now and in the future.

Latest Episodes

74: Is Your Stuff Stressing You Out?

Apr 13, 2021

Minimalism could improve your mental health. Psychiatrist Dr. Benjamin Chan tells us more. Plus, the guys agree to take the 30-day declutter challenge and see how it impacts their emotional well-being....

73: Healthier Living Starts with the Core Four

Apr 6, 2021

Want to live a healthier life but need a little help? An excellent place to start is focusing on the core four: activity, nutrition, sleep, and emotional health. Scot, Troy, and Mitch review the Core Four, talk about how they've implemented them in their lives, and have tips to help you implement ...

72: Nerd Neck

Mar 2, 2021

Tech neck. iPosture. Dowager's hump. Many names describe the forward head posture seen more and more in younger people. Dr. Chris Gee talks about what causes kyphosis and how to reverse it. Scot talks about cultivating hope. Troy tries to get a medical condition named after him....

71: Five Commonly Held Medical Myths Debunked

Feb 23, 2021

It doesn't make sense that these five "common sense" medical beliefs aren't actually true. Troy dispels myths such as using rubbing alcohol to clean wounds, the importance of knowing your blood type, and three other "common sense" medical beliefs that are not true. Nutritionist Thunder Jalili ...

70: Acne Treatment—No One Should Suffer from Acne

Feb 16, 2021

Producer Mitch shares his struggle with acne and its impact on his self-esteem. Dermatologist Dr. Luke Johnson talks about over the counter and prescription treatments. Troy explains why a man dies after eating too much black licorice. Scot and Troy do something together they haven't done since the ...

69: The Invisible Force That Impacts Men's Health

Feb 9, 2021

Men tend to live six to eight years less than women because of this invisible force. It is responsible for feelings of inadequacy and can lead to emotional and mental health issues. Mental performance consultant, Nick Galli, joins Scot and Troy to talk about this invisible force, how it has impacted...

68: Getting a Bodybuilder Physique is More Involved Than You Think

Feb 2, 2021

Have you ever dreamed about having a bodybuilder's physique? We understand it takes a lot of hard work, but that's only part of it. Amateur bodybuilder Rashago Kemp talks about the time and effort required to build an award-winning physique and the diet manipulation needed to be competition ready. ...