Dr. Barrett's best-loved podcasts

"Reboot Your Brain to Reduce Pain" on

The Stress to Success SHIFT Podcast

with Dr. Irene Cop and Dr. Dan Cardellichio

The Stress to Success S.H.I.F.T. and Destination Health Podcasts are joining forces for this awesome interview with Stanford-trained Neurologist, Amelia Scott Barrett, MD.


Modern neuroscience has revealed how the brain heals itself, and Dr. B has translated those advances into actionable changes that we can all make in order to heal our brains and reduce headache pain.


"The Glymphatic System and Migraine" on

Heads Up, the Podcast of the National Headache Foundation

The glymphatic system is a network of vessels that clear waste from the central nervous system, mostly during sleep. Lindsay Weitzel, Ph.D., and Amelia Barrett, MD discuss the glymphatic system and its role in migraine, idiopathic intracranial hypertension, and other headache disorders.

"Genetic Testing and Migraines" on

Unpilled with Kashif Khan

Targeted genetic testing takes the guesswork out of lifestyle changes and migraine. For example, if your testing shows that your detox pathways don't work as well as they should, then you know 100% that you need to learn how to help your body's own detox systems work better.

"How to Optimize Brain Health" on

The Hippie Moms Podcast

with Becky Wells

You are going to LOVE this podcast with Stanford-trained Neurologist, Dr. Amelia. She helps us understand the most important foundations of brain health and what we can do to optimize our operating system.



"Meditation, Neuroplasticity, Migraine, and Pain" on

Heads Up, Podcast of the National Headache Fundation


How can meditation help someone with migraine or another headache disorder? There is MRI data that actually shows meditation helping to heal the brains of people in chronic pain. Dr. Lindsay Weitzel talks to Dr. Amelia Barrett about why and how meditation helps us heal from our headache disorders, and how to ease into meditation if the pain makes it difficult for you to begin a meditative practice.