Qualgen is an Oklahoma based compounding pharmacy. Each podcast will discuss all things health and wellness related including hormones, pharmaceuticals, health trends and ways you can better your life.
Our podcasts will include many guests including some of the most knowledgeable physicians and health providers across the country!
The pharmaceutical company Qualgen's mission is to focus on the cure, not the treatment. The Qualgen podcast helps it provide more reliable information to a wider audience.
The host of the Qualgen podcast is Jennifer Peverley. She's been the company's Director of Marketing since 2017. In each episode, she talks to a different healthcare expert. Together, they explore matters related to wellness.
Shaun Riney is the founder and CEO of the Edmond, Oklahoma-based firm. Before he got into healthcare, Riney owned an automotive manufacturing business. Then, he got into the banking industry. After he sold those companies, he started a consulting firm. His goal was to help medical practitioners change their path and become independent. During this work, Riney learned a lot about these providers' struggles. He noticed it was getting harder for them to make money through regular procedures. And many were turning to wellness as a way to offset income loss. As a result, their patients were also feeling better. Instead of only treating the symptoms, they were able to get to the root of their problems. This inspired him to go the same route as well. Qualgen developed Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Pellets Treatment (BHRT). And it also led him to start the Qualgen podcast.
Some of the episodes, of course, talk about the company's signature BHRT. Others are more general and talk about the importance of hormones. They discuss how they affect people's bodies, how to detect when something is off, and how to fix it. This information can help listeners understand how to maintain health and prevent illness. It can also help them make sense of certain symptoms they may be unable to explain. But more than that, this knowledge is essential for people to understand their bodies better as they grow older.