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Teleconferences & Webinars

This section contains educational webinars related to integrative health care. Here you will find links to webinars covering the following topics in integrative healthcare: Education, Functional Medicine, Health & Nutrition, Hormone replacement, Men's Health, Mental Health, Natural Health, Natural Medicine, Social Media, Supplements, Women's Health, and many more!

These webinars are listed in reverse chronological order. 


  

Beverly Yates, NDFree Live Webinar:  Understanding the Fire Within - Inflammation and Recovery from Heart Disease 

Presented byBeverly Yates, ND
Date: May 13, 2014
Time: 4:00pm EDT 

This presentation discusses inflammation as a silent fire that underlies the development of heart disease and cardiovascular disorders.  Oxidative damage, compromised aging processes, and negative lifestyle factors can cause harm to the heart and cardiovascular system. Since heart disease is the most common disease process that leads to death, it's important to know how to effectively treat it and how to prevent it, if possible, in those patients most at risk.  Attendees will learn about the therapeutic application of specific botanicals in supporting a healthy response to inflammation that underlies these disease processes.  A key therapeutic goal includes improving the ability of the heart and cardiovascular system to remain robust and flexible in response to life's challenges. Plants to be discussed include: Turmeric, Hawthorn, Chinese Salvia, Coleus forskohlii, and Resveratrol.

Register HERE to attend the live webinar!
    *Please Note: This webinar will not be recorded  


 
Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNOFree Live Webinar: Quelling Chronic Inflammation with Botanicals

Presented by:
Dr. Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO
Date: April 23, 2014
Time: 4:00pm EDT

Inflammation underlies chronic disease.  The contribution of oxidative and psychological stress on inflammation will be reviewed in this presentation. The mechanism of action for several key botanicals will be highlighted. The clinical data and therapeutic application of key botanicals in the management of inflammation will conclude the presentation.

Botanicals to be discussed: Curcuma longa, Boswellia serrulata, Zingiber officinalis, Camellia sinensis, Silybum marianum.

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    *Please Note: This webinar will not be recorded  

 
David J. BlyweissFree On-Demand Webinar: Food Sensitivities, Gut Dysbiosis and Its Connection to Chronic Disease

Presented by:
David J. Blyweiss, MD
Recorded: April 2, 2014

While our genetic heritage has not changed in the last 50 years, the foods we eat in our environment have. Attend this lecture and gain a better understanding of how environmental and lifestyle changes have increased chronic degenerative disease. Also, learn more about the effects of food sensitivities, gut dysbiosis and its relation to chronic inflammation as a cause of chronic disease   

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Susan Luck, RN, BS, MA, HNC, CCN, HWNC-BCBarbara Dossey, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN, HWNC-BCFree On-Demand Webinar: Nurse Coaching: Integrative Approaches to Health and Well Being

Presented by: Susan Luck, RN, BS, MA, HNC, CCN, HWNC-BC and Barbara Dossey, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN, HWNC-BC

Recorded: January 23, 2014

This webinar will share the expanding role and opportunities for Integrative Nurse Coaching in today's changing health care environment. We will explore the Art and Science of Nurse Coaching and how it is being integrated into diverse health care settings. Case studies/examples will be provided.   

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Shilpa Saxena, MDFree On-Demand Webinar: Treating the Causes of Metabolic Disease Using the Functional Medicine Approach

Presented by: Shilpa Saxena, MD

Recorded:
January 15, 2014

The emerging connections between inflammation, insulin resistance, and oxidative stress in Cardiovascular Disease, Hypertension, and Endothelial Dysfunction lend to new approaches in prevention and the successful management of patients using the Functional Medicine approach.

Shilpa Saxena, MD, runs a successful medical practice in Florida, where as a primary care provider she integrates nutrition, lifestyle, appropriate supplementation, and innovative practice management techniques to address her patients with metabolic risks. This webinar session will provide insight into how she uses the Functional Medicine Matrix model to identify the unique areas of clinical concern and in turn, how she uses that knowledge to focus in on the targeted concerns for each patient’s cause of metabolic disease.

The webinar will introduce participants to the functional medicine perspective as it relates to Cardiometabolic disease.  Participants will be informed regarding the opportunity to learn more on this topic both at IHS through Dr. Houston’s presentations and, if they chose to take a deeper dive, into IFM’s Cardiometabolic Advanced Practice Module in March.  

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Lise AlschulerFree On-Demand Webinar: Sleep well, sleep safely: An exploration of the importance of sleep and botanical alternatives to conventional hypnotics

Presented by: Lise Alschuler, N.D., F.A.B.N.O

Recorded: December 3, 2013

It is estimated that up to 10% of all US adults take conventional sleep medication for poor sleep.  Rather alarmingly, recent data indicates that conventional hypnotics are associated with increased risk of mortality. At the same time, insufficient sleep alters gene expression, circadian rhythms, and immunity leading to increased risk of obesity, cardiovascular disease, cancer and dementia. What is an insomniac to do?? This webinar will offer a therapeutic strategy of sleep support that relies upon the restoration of circadian rhythmicity in concert with sedative neurological tonification. The webinar will highlight several key botanicals that will ultimately provide safe and effective sleep support including Scutellaria lateriflora (American Skullcap), Eschscholzia californica (California Poppy), Piper methysticum (Kava Kava), Passiflora incarnata (Passionflower), Valeriana officinalis (Valerian), Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha), Magnolia officinalis (Magnolia).   

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Tori Hudson, NDFree On-Demand Webinar: Botanical Solutions for Acute and Chronic Pelvic Pain in Women

Presented by: Tori Hudson, ND

Recorded: November 5, 2013

Menstrual cramps and endometrosis are two of the most common gynecologic problems in reproductive aged women. There is a robust historical tradition of treating acute and chronic pelvic pain with plants, and now more modern research to provide both some evidence, as well as a theoretical basis for clincial practice.

Botanicals that will be discussed in this webinar include: ginger, tumeric, cramp bark, valerian, black cohosh, pine bark, chaste tree, dandelion root, prickly ash and motherwort.  

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  Donald R. Yance, MH, CN, RH (AHG), SFO,Free On-Demand Webinar: Adaptogenic Formulations in Clinical Practice 

Presented by: Donald R. Yance, MH, CN, RH (AHG), SFO

Recorded: October 16, 2013

Donnie Yance, a renowned herbalist and nutritionist with over 25 years of clinical experience and author of the newly released book titled Adaptogens in Medical Herbalism, shares his wisdom on how to use adaptogenic formulations to improve energy, create resilience to stress of all kinds, and to normalize functions that are out of balance. He will explain why adaptogens are the foundation of his therapeutic approach and how to combine them with other herbs and nutrients for powerful synergistic effects.

You will discover how adaptogenic herbs work at the cellular level to enhance energy production and subdue the stress-induced pro-inflammatory state underlying degenerative disease. Also, he will explain how adaptogenic formulations support the immune system, cardiovascular health, thyroid function, and brain health.  

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Tori Hudson, NDFree On-Demand Webinar: Resilience: The Role of Herbal Medicines for Anxiety and Depression 

Presented by: Tori Hudson, ND

Recorded: October 8, 2013

Mental health conditions are a significant public health issue. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, depression is the leading cause of disability in the United States for ages 15-44 and is the most common psychiatric condition worldwide followed closely by generalized anxiety disorder. Since the 1990s, the prescribing of antidepressant drugs has steadily increased in the United States, even though the clinical efficacy of these drugs has been called into question for more than a decade. The benefits of these medications have been over-stated, leading clinicians to prescribe them for many patients who are unlikely to benefit from their use. An integrative approach, one that addresses all aspects of lifestyle, is far more likely to offer real solutions for those struggling with depression and/or anxiety. This session will explore the role of botanical medicine as one aspect of this integrative approach.

After completing this webinar, participants will be able to:
1.     Describe the evidence of safety and benefit of botanical medicines commonly used in the management of depressive disorders.
2.     Describe the evidence of safety and benefit of botanical medicines commonly used in the management of anxiety disorders.
3.     Discuss the differential use of nervines and adaptogens in patient care.  

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James Greenblatt, MDFree On-Demand Webinar: Probiotics for the mind: A crossroads of the microbiome and mental health* 

Presented by: James Greenblatt, MD

Recorded: October 3, 2013

The gut-brain connection is a familiar concept that underscores the mind’s capacity to affect digestive health. However, new research shows that this relationship also functions in reverse.  Specifically, microbial residents of the intestinal tract can influence emotional state, mood, cognition, stress responses and social behavior. Accordingly, as single agents or as adjuncts to traditional approaches, probiotics have many emerging applications in clinical psychiatry. In this webinar, Dr. James Greenblatt will provide an overview of how digestive health contributes to mental health, with a focus on research supporting the use of probiotics in integrative psychiatry.  A review of indications, proper use, dosage and assessment methods will translate the latest discoveries into simple clinical approaches.*  

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Dr. Mark J. PasulaFree On-Demand Webinar: Understanding Diet Induced Inflammation 

Presented by: Dr. Mark J. Pasula  

Recorded: October 1, 2013 

Food sensitivities are a primary source of inflammation and symptoms in IBS, migraine, fibromyalgia, arthritis, ADD/ADHD, autism, obesity, metabolic syndrome and other chronic inflammatory conditions.  Managed properly, it can be one of the most powerful areas of therapy.  Yet despite awareness being at an all-time high and routine ordering of various blood tests to help identify inflammatory foodstuffs, there is still significant confusion related to how food and food-chemicals actually cause inflammation, and which blood tests have the greatest impact in identifying hidden inflammatory foods.

If you are a practitioner looking to better understand the underlying immunology/physiology of food-induced inflammation, this presentation is for you.  This enlightening webinar will provide a clear understanding of the different types of diet-induced inflammation, reconcile their underlying physiology with their corresponding clinical characteristics, and provide attendees with a better understanding of how to identify hidden inflammatory foods.   

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/uploadedImages/MARYBOVE_rgb.jpgFree On-Demand Webinar: Botanical Medicines to Support Pediatric Respiratory Health 

Presented by: Mary Bove, ND   

Recorded: September 17, 2013

Kids of all ages face respiratory challenges such as earache, cough, runny nose, upper respiratory infections, sore throat and tonsillitis. Botanical medicines offer assistance for children both in addressing the acute aspects of infection and inflammation, as well as aiding in breaking the vicious cycle of chronic illness.

In this webinar, botanical medicine will be discussed in terms of application to common pediatric conditions including cough, earache, runny nose, congestion, sore throat, along with looking at approaches for building immune function in the respiratory system.

Herbs to be discussed include: Echinacea, elderberry, eyebright, fenugreek, plantain, thyme, elecampane, marshmallow root, goldenseal, andrographis, anise seed and mullein.

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Tori Hudson, N.D.Free On-Demand Webinar: Botanicals for Common Infections in Women 

  Presented by: Tori Hudson, ND

 Recorded: June 12, 2013  

This lecture will focus on evidence based natural treatments for cystitis, herpes simplex, yeast and bacterial vaginitis, and human papilloma virus.  Special attention will be paid to the research and historical use of botanicals for these common infections in women.

Botanicals to be discussed include: cranberry, Oregon grape root, uva ursi, green tea, St. John’s wort, lemon balm, cruciferous extracts, turmeric, tea tree, goldenseal, garlic, and pipsissewa.

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 Mary Bove, ND Free On-Demand Webinar: Botanical Approaches to Female Infertility  

Presented by: Mary Bove, ND

 Recorded on May 14, 2013  

In this webinar on female fertility, Dr. Mary Bove will review the basic issues of conception, common etiologies contributing to infertility issues, multiple miscarriages, and the impact of environmental endocrine hormone blockers on the female reproductive system. Botanical therapeutic strategies will be discussed through case history presentation, botanical action, specific key herbs, and special consideration of contributing etiologies. Botanical information will include preparations, dosing, safety considerations, and contraindications.

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Bill Chioffi, Director of Education, Gaia HerbsFree On-Demand Webinar Series: Foundations of Herbalism  

With: Bill Chioffi, Director of Education, Gaia Herbs

This four part webinar series is intended for healthcare practitioners that are relatively new to the world of botanical medicine, as well as practitioners looking to better understand the optimal way to incorporate herbs into your practice. In this series, you will learn about the history of botanical medicine, the role of botanical medicine in modern society, how to determine the appropriate use of an herb, considerations when choosing herbal products, and how to stock a basic herbal dispensary. 

Module 1 – The Vital Force of Nature; Recorded: March 5, 2013 

In this module, we will explore the Healing Power of Nature and the basic premise of how plants work in our bodies as medicines. This explanation will take into consideration the basic biochemical actions of herbs as well as advances in organic farming and processing of herbs that aid in addressing the extra demands placed on our bodies by a more toxic and highly stressed culture.  Additional discussion will cover the historical background of herbalism in North America.

>>Register here to download the recorded Module 1 

Module 2 – Strategies for Herbal Use; Recorded: March 19, 2013 

This section introduces the concept of using herbs as a “tonic” or symptom specific and “acute use”. We will discuss the concepts of herbal formulation, combining a high potency single herb with a formula, customizing herbal formulas based on individual need and basic safety precautions.

>>Register here to download the recorded Module 2 

Module 3 – Modern Herbal Manufacturing and Quality; Recorded: April 11, 2013 

This module will outline the key considerations practitioners should use when choosing herbal products for patients. You will learn the questions to ask when evaluating various brands and manufacturers.  We will cover topics dealing with how manufacturers validate and test plant material, standardization of herbs, delivery methods, bioavailability, and dosage considerations.

>>Register here to download the recorded Module 3 

Module 4 – The Basic Herbal Dispensary; Recorded: April 23, 2013 

In this section, you will learn which herbs are considered the first choice for various health conditions and concerns. We will cover conditions ranging from pain and inflammation, stress and sleep, digestive health, immune support, and overall health for women, men, and children. Additional discussion will focus on how to read a supplement facts panel, storage requirements, and understanding which delivery forms are most shelf stable.

>>Register here to download the recorded Module 4 


 
Beverly Yates, NDFree Webinar:  Exploring the Relationship Between Toxicity and Hormonal Imbalance 

Presented by: Beverly Yates, ND

 Recorded on: February 14, 2013  

Science has shown a clear link between excess levels of toxins and hormonal imbalance. This webinar will explore the relationship between toxicity and hormonal imbalance, and review research and clinical usage of specific botanical agents to support improved liver function and restoration of hormonal balance. Environmental and age-related factors that affect hepatic function will be addressed.

Herbs to be discussed include:
* Milk thistle
* Dandelion root and leaf
* Chaste tree berry
* Turmeric
* Schisandra
* Red clover

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Barbara Dossey, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN, HWNC-BCFree On-Demand Webinar: Integrative Nurse Coaching for Health and Wellness 

 Recorded: January 23, 2013  

Co-presented by:
Barbara Dossey, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN, HWNC-BC?
Co-Director, International Nurse Coach Association (Huntington, New York)
International Co-Director, Nightingale Initiative for Global Health?(Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and Washington, DC)

Susan Luck RN, MA, CCN, AHN-BC, HWNC-BCSusan Luck RN, MA, CCN, AHN-BC, HWNC-BC
Co-Director, International Nurse Coach Association (Huntington, New York)
Director, Earthrose Institute

Nurse coaching is now a recognized certification within the nursing profession.
This expanded role for nurses in all clinical settings offers skills that promote behavioral change for enhancing health and improving clinical outcomes.
Woven into nursing care, these new coaching competencies offer patients and clients new tools for achieving their health goals and promote their well-being.

Please join us to learn more about this exciting new direction for the nursing profession and for interprofessional collaboration.

 Register HERE to download the recorded webinar!  


 
Tori Hudson, N.D.Free On-Demand WebinarThe Role of Adrenal Dysregulation in Insomnia and Anxiety 

Presented by: Tori Hudson, ND

 Recorded on January17, 2013  

This discussion will focus on generalized anxiety disorder and chronic insomnia in women, and how adrenal dysfunction can be both causative and a consequence.
Anxiety disorders can manifest differently in women and can worsen premenstrually, postpartum and in the perimenopausal transition.  Insomnia is pandemic in midlife women, although the cause remains unexplained within the scientific community.
This one-hour webinar will include both an evidence based and traditional approach to using select botanicals with particular attention to the influence of cortisol on sleep disturbance, and the influence of hormonal states on insomnia and anxiety. 

Please join Dr. Hudson as she discusses the following herbs: Valerian, Hops, Passionflower, Rhodiola, Ashwagandha, and Schisandra.

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Tori Hudson, NDFree On-Demand Webinar: When the Brain Needs Help: Botanical Strategies for Depression and Migraines 

Presented by: Tori Hudson, ND

Recorded: December 4, 2012  

Some of the chemistry involved in depression and migraines can lead us directly to a better understanding of the role of botanicals in treating these common conditions, which are both more prevalent in women.  Scientific evidence, central nervous system mechanisms and historical and anecdotal use will be highlighted for St. John’s wort, rhodiola, lemon balm, ginkgo, black cohosh, butterbur, feverfew, ginger and more.

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/uploadedImages/MARYBOVE_rgb.jpgFree on-demand webinarBotanical Insights into Autoimmune Thyroid Disease 

Recorded: November 6, 2012  

Presented by: Mary Bove, ND

Autoimmune Thyroid Disease is on the rise and a health concern for many women, men, and children in the US. The use of botanical medicines in the management of Hashimoto's Hypothyroiditis and Graves's Hyperthyroidism can be an effective option for many, offering both endocrine and immune system support.

This webinar will cover botanical strategies for working with autoimmune thyroid disease, along with specific herbs and relevant clinical research.  The herbs that will be discussed include:
* Ashwagandha Root
* Bladderwrack
* Coleus
* Kelp
* Schisandra

The following herbs will also be noted: melissa, motherwort, Lycopus (bugleweed), and guggul.

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Tori Hudson, N.D.Free on-demand webinar: Functional Nutrients for Healthy Aging in Women: Emerging Concepts and New Research* 

Presented by: Tori Hudson, N.D.

Recorded: October 25, 2012

Accumulating research has highlighted critical aspects of the health of today’s aging woman, particularly cardiovascular health, bone metabolism, macular protection and weight management.  In this webinar, Tori Hudson, N.D. will present landmark research and shifting scientific perspectives on these salient areas of women’s health that become focal points of wellness with advancing age.  Evidence-based botanical and nutritional supplements will be discussed with applications and strategic recommendations for maximizing and sustaining multiple facets of long-term wellness.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. 


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Lise Alschuler, NDFree On-demand Webinar! 

Important Botanicals for the Prevention and Co-Management of Cancer  

Presented by: Lise Alschuler, ND

 Recorded:October 24th, 2012  

This webinar will review the impact of several botanicals on key components of the carcinogenic process providing a rationale for their use in the prevention of cancer and its recurrence. Additionally, the adjunctive role of these botanicals in managing the toxicities of conventional cancer therapies will be discussed and a review of selected research studies supporting these applications will be provided.

During this one-hour webinar, Lise Alschuler, ND, will discuss the following herbs:

* Withania Somnifera (ashwagandha)
* Curcuma longa (turmeric)
* Silybum marianum (milk thistle)
* Camellia sinensis (green tea)

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/uploadedImages/headshot_good250w.jpg On-Demand Webinar Series: Social Media in Integrative Practice 

Presented by: Taylor Walsh, Principal at Integrative Health & Wellness Strategies

This three-part series plus Q&A session is designed to give you the tools and information you need to implement an effective social media strategy for your practice.

Session #1: The Case for Social Media
This presentation will review the tumultuous health and digital landscapes on which you’ll create or extend your social presence.

Session #2: Making Local Word of Mouth Social
Your practice is probably inherently very social in the first place: relying on word of mouth referrals, perhaps providing group sessions.  A “social” basis for integrative service in your community already exists.  How can you extend awareness of its benefits and availability by using the powers of engagement that are at the heart of social media? 

Session #3: An Integrative and Social Practice
The last session will dive deeper into the social ecosystem and how to take advantage of the potential favorable trends in whole-person health and the focus on wellness services delivered outside the clinic.

Live Q&A session recorded on October 10, 2012 

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Tori Hudson, N.D.Free On-Demand Webinar - Time Tested Top 10 Herbs in Women’s Health  

Presented by: Tori Hudson, ND

 Recorded on September 25, 2012  

Women’s health includes a wide array of gynecological and primary care issues, with some being more important or only relevant in one decade of life versus another.  This lecture will focus on these 10 herbs, including the scientific research, as well as the historical traditional uses in different decades and different health issues in a woman’s life. 

 The 10 herbs to be discussed include:

* Chaste tree                     * Fenugreek
* Black cohosh                  * St. John’s wort
* Ginger                             * Valerian
* Hawthorn                        * Shisandra
* Raspberry leaf                 * Cranberry

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Donald R. Yance, MH, CN, RH (AHG), SFO,Free On-demand Webinar: Supporting Mental Health Using Botanical Medicine: 

Prevent and reduce neurological decline; reduce stress-induced anxiety and depression; improve memory, mood and cognition.

Presented by: Donald R. Yance, CN, MH, RH (AHG), SFO, Clinical Master Herbalist & Certified Nutritionist

Recorded on September 24, 2012 

Join Master Herbalist & Certified Nutritionist Donald R. Yance as he presents wholistic strategies that address neurological, nervous system and mental function. Mr. Yance will discuss the causes of declining mental health, including such conditions as depression, anxiety, and Alzheimer's disease. He will present evidence-based herbal, nutritional and lifestyle solutions to prevent, reduce or reverse mental health related issues.

 Register here to download the on-demand webinar! 


 
Tori Hudson, N.D.Free On-Demand Webinar: Essential Fatty Acids and Breast Health 

Presented by: Tori Hudson, ND

Recorded: Wednesday August 22, 2012

During this one-hour webinar, Dr. Tori Hudson will discuss the role of dietary fats and essential fatty acid supplementation in breast disease and breast cancer prevention.

Dr. Hudson will also explore the incorporation of essential fatty acid supplementation as an adjunct tool in managing breast cancer patients, and particular issues relevant to integrating omega-3 supplementation with conventional treatments including surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. 

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Tieraona_LowDog_MDFree On-Demand Webinar: Seasonal Therapeutics: Autumn
Autumn: The Season of Harvest
 

Presented by: Tieraona Low Dog, M.D., Scientific Advisor to Dr. Andrew Weil

Recorded: July 17, 2012 

Seasonal Therapeutics: Autumn
explores the inter-relationship of the gastrointestinal, immune and neurological systems. By understanding how the GI system impacts immune surveillance and brain health, you will be able to help guide your patients to better health, starting at the core.  Autumn is the ideal time to focus on the body’s natural detoxification mechanisms and improve gastrointestinal function in order to prime the immune system and shore up the body’s reserves. The best time to prepare the body for the rigors of winter is not during the winter season, but before.  The Seasonal Therapeutics program will teach you how to:
?     Use evidence based, targeted nutritional supplementation to restore the integrity to the gastrointestinal mucosa, enhance digestive function, repopulate the microbiome, and optimize immune function
?     Utilize seasonal changes in the diet to assist the body’s detoxification mechanisms
?     Integrate stress management strategies that encourage the exploration of gratitude and meditation

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Mary Bove, ND Free On-Demand Webinar: Stress & Cortisol in Kids and Teens 

Presented by: Mary Bove, ND

Recorded: Wednesday, June 13th

Children of all ages feel the effects of stress in their ever changing physiology. Currently in this techno world of super busy families, over-achievers, and highly competitive academics and sports, kids feel stress more than ever. Herbal medicines offer several options for support to the neuroendocrine system and aid in managing common symptoms of stress including anxiety, insomnia, moodiness, poor focus, distraction, and restlessness. 
 

Join Dr. Mary Bove for this one-hour webinar.  Herbs that will be discussed include lemon balm, passionflower, American skullcap, lavender flowers and chamomile flowers.  

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Tori Hudson, N.D.Free On-Demand Webinar: Maximizing the Use of Hepatoprotective Herbs 

Presented by: Tori Hudson, N.D.

Recorded on May 9, 2012 - 4:00pm (EST)

There are many botanicals that have specific effects on liver function. Some have more anti-oxidant effects, others restore hepatocyte function, others may impact a specific detoxification pathway and others are considered traditional liver tonics. 

Some of the botanicals Dr. Hudson will discuss include milk thistle, turmeric, Chinese skullcap, licorice root and schisandra. 

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Neal Rouzier, M.D.FREE On-Demand Webinar: The Truth About Hormone Replacement: A Review of 13 Medical Studies

Presented by:
Neal Rouzier, M.D.
 

The Latest Research Explained
Since the WHI trials of 2003, the use of synthetic hormones has precipitously declined due to fear of breast cancer, heart disease , and stroke. Despite such fear, a plethora of studies have revealed that many bio identical hormones can protect against cancer. This webinar will discuss 13 studies to provide physicians and practitioners with accurate knowledge regarding the benefits and risks when implementing hormone therapy.

Topics Include
•  Advantages, risks and side effects of hormone replacement.
•  Patient compliance.
•  Synthetic vs. bio identical vs. herbal hormones.
•  The use of estrogen and progesterone.
•  Menopausal, premenopausal, and perimenopausal women.
•  Testosterone levels in men and the risk of prostate cancer.
•  Normal vs. optimal hormone levels.
 

About Neal Rouzier, M.D.
Dr. Neal Rouzier specializes in the medical management of aging and preventive care, who has dedicated his life’s work to uncovering the medical literature that supports Bio Identical Hormone Replacement. He has revealed over 50 years of scientific evidence regarding the impact that hormone levels have on physical health, mental health and overall quality of life. As the instructor of Worldlink Medical, he teaches Physicians and Practitioners the protocols for the safe and effective use of hormones as Preventive Medicine. He has over 16 years of experience as an educator and practicing physician.

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Dr. Beverly Yates, NDFree On-Demand Webinar: Botanical Strategies to Address Three Phases Of Stress Response 

Presented by: Dr. Beverly Yates, ND

Recorded: April 17, 2012  

This webinar will review botanical medicines that demonstrate effective support for restoring an altered stress response.  Stress is an unavoidable part of modern life, and a person's long term health can be harmed by a compromised response to stress.  Patients whose health is impacted by stress can benefit from specific botanical support.  In this webinar, the three phases of the stress response covered include: the acute stress phase, the chronic stress phase and the decompensation phase. Join Dr. Beverly Yates for this 1 hour webinar.

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/uploadedImages/Teleconferences-Webinars/Donald_Yance_Jr.jpgFree On-Demand Webinar: Reproductive Vitality:  Using Botanical Medicine to Optimize Hormonal Health 

Presented by: Donald R. Yance Jr., MH, CN, RH (AHG), SFO, Clinical Master Herbalist, Certified Nutritionist

Recorded: April 4, 2012

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) are currently marketed as risk-free, safe practices, and natural treatments for men and women suffering from the effects of hormone depletion. Yet, conflicting opinions exist that HRT and BHRT are as safe and effective as advertised.  Rather than ‘replace’ hormones, this discussion emphasizes botanical medicine as a cornerstone treatment for optimization of endogenous hormone production/regulation, together with medicinal-grade nutritional supplements, as a cooperative effect on the endocrine and hormonal systems.
 
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/uploadedImages/Teleconferences-Webinars/MARYBOVE_rgb.jpgFree Webinar: Botanical Insights for Hypertension, Hypercholesterolemia, and Cardiovascular Health 

Presented by: Mary Bove, N.D.

Recorded: March 14, 2012 - 4:00pm (EST)

Heart disease continues to be a primary health issue in the western world. Botanical research along with traditional herbal knowledge offers new insights into medicinal plants that impact blood pressure, cholesterol metabolism, and the cardiovascular system as a whole. 

Herbs to be discussed include Hibiscus sabdariffa, Taraxacum officinalis (Dandelion), Cynara scolymus (Artichoke), along with the isolated constituent Resveratrol.

Herbal discussion will include recent research, traditional applications, safety, and dosages used.

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Hector Lopez, MD, MS, FAAPMRFree On-Demand Webinar: Immunomodulation:  A Key Feature of Fish Oil Supplementation for Clinical Applications 

Presented by: Hector Lopez, MD, MS, FAAPMR

Recorded: February 21, 2012 

Moderated by: Raechel Bedayan, Education Coordinator, Nordic Naturals

Nutritional immunology is an emerging science with great potential to impact human health.  The immune system is uniquely capable of not only orchestrating an inflammatory response to injury or infection, but also receiving biochemical and physiologic signals from every other organ system in the body.  More recent scientific evidence suggests that Omega-3 fatty acids found in concentrated fish oil may influence the function of both the innate and adaptive arms of the immune system. 

Join Dr. Lopez as he reviews the critical elements of fish oil as it relates to immunomodulation, with an emphasis on clinical applications in various medical disciplines. 

 Download the FREE webinar HERE!   


 
Dr. Beverly Yates, NDFree Webinar: Botanical Strategies for Cardiovascular Support with Dr. Beverly Yates, N.D. 

Presented by: Dr. Beverly Yates, ND
Moderated by: Tammy McIver-Gay, Director of Business Development, Gaia Herbs Professional Solutions

Recorded: February 15, 2012 

Botanical medicines have substantial research and centuries-old traditions of use to support cardiovascular health.  This webinar will review in detail the evidence-based clinical uses of key botanicals for improving the function of the cardiovascular system.  Emphasis is placed on indications for usage, side effects and any known interactions with pharmaceutical drugs.  Guidance for dosing is provided.  Strategies to support both the arterial and venous cardiovascular system are presented.

In this presentation, Dr. Yates will discuss the following herbs:

* Hawthorn (Crataegus oxycanthus) – arterial efficiency and cardiac effectiveness
* Gingko (Gingko biloba) – peripheral circulation and brain
* Turmeric (curcuma longa) – anti-inflammatory agent
 
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Chris Meletis, NDOn-Demand Webinar: A Comprehensive Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Thyroid and Adrenal Dysfunction: Improving Clinical Outcomes   

 Presented by: Chris D. Meletis, ND

Recorded: February 2nd, 2012  

Clinical practice points to improved clinical outcomes when both adrenal and thyroid function and performance are addressed simultaneously.

Join Dr. Chris Meletis for this one-hour presentation, which will incorporate diagnosis and treatment approaches relative to supporting both glands in a synergistic fashion to address the need to augment diminished adrenal function when supplementing hypothyroidism to improve optimal outcomes relative to both signs and symptoms.  Clinical cases will be reviewed, relative to patients suffering from morning fatigue, all day fatigue, insomnia and patients that poorly tolerate thyroid treatment or don't fully achieve expected clinical resolution. 

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Tori Hudson, N.D.Free WebinarBotanical Strategies for Metabolic Syndrome and T2 Diabetes  

Presented by: Tori Hudson, N.D.

Moderated by: Tammy McIver-Gay, Director of Business Development, Gaia Herbs Professional Solutions

Recorded: January 11, 2012 at 4:00pm (EST)


Botanical medicines have been increasingly researched in relationship to their influence on lowering and stabilizing serum glucose, improving insulin sensitivity as well as reducing the impact of diabetes on risk factors for cardiovascular disease and its consequences.

This presentation will discuss the evidence for the use of botanicals with clinical guidance for indications, dosing and side effects.

To listen to this webinar register HERE!     

 
Angela HywoodFree On-Demand Webinar: New Insights into Supporting Healthy Thyroid Function with Integrative Medicine 


Presented by:
Angela Hywood, ND, BSc (complementary medicine/naturopathy), Dip Bot Med, Dip Hom, Dip CN, Dip NFM MANTA, MNHAA, on behalf of Standard Process 

Recorded: Thursday November 17, 2011 

Maintaining healthy thyroid function is said to be the most important of all endocrine challenges, especially for women older than 50. Thyroid issues, however, can affect children, young women, and men of any age. Common first signs, such as fatigue, weight gain and mood change, are often overlooked.  Tests can help identify thyroid challenges at an early stage so they can be evaluated sooner rather than later. Medical endocrinology traditionally takes a reductionist approach, examining hormones in isolation rather than looking at the system as a whole. Australian research sheds light on the complexity of nutritional requirements needed for activation and utilization of thyroid hormone.

In this one-hour webinar, naturopathic doctor Angela Hywood will present:
•  Practical clinical approaches using herbs, nutrition, and lifestyle medicine to support thyroid health and deliver clinical results
•  Herbal medicine and clinical nutrition as alternative or complementary approaches to achieving healthy thyroid function
•  Information to advance your thyroid-evaluation skills

 Register TODAY! 


 
Tori Hudson, NDFree On-Demand Webinar: Botanical Strategies to Support Metabolic Issues in Midlife Women

Presented by: Tori Hudson, N.D.
Moderated by: Tammy McIver-Gay, Director of Business Development, Gaia Herbs Professional Solutions 

Recorded: Tuesday, October 25, 2011


Midlife women are facing fundamental physiological changes during this time of life and providing options to ease the impact of these changes and try to prevent or manage disease consequences is a key part of working with this population of women.  This lecture will include important botanical research as well as traditional clinical herbal medicine concepts in addressing thyroid function, adrenal regulation, and issues related to metabolic syndrome in women. 

 For more information and to listen to this webinar 

 
Tori Hudson, NDFree On-Demand Webinar: Clinical Applications for Essential Fatty Acids 

Presented by: Tori Hudson, ND
Moderated by: Monique Wellise, National Sales Manager, Professional Division, Nordic Naturals

Recorded: Tuesday October 4, 2011


 Please join renowned naturopathic physician Dr. Tori Hudson for a comprehensive overview of clinically-backed applications for essential fatty acids.

During this one-hour session, EPA+DHA dose guidelines in the following key areas will be reviewed:
• Pediatric Applications
• Women’s Health
• Common Health Conditions

 For more information and to listen this webinar 

 
Dr. Russell JaffeFree On-Demand Webinar  Inflammation is Repair Deficit – The Physiology First Approach to Diabetes 

Presented by: Russell Jaffe MD, PhD
Sponsored by: PERQUE Integrative Health 

Recorded: Wednesday, September 14, 2011 


Dr. Jaffe will discuss:
• Introduction to the principles of “Physiology First” to restore homeostasis
• Review the clinical meaning of inflammation and repair mechanisms in the body
• Understand the clinical implication of inflammation rethought as repair deficits in practice the alkaline way
• Discuss the clinical aspects of diabetes and describe its connection with inflammation and repair

Find more information about Dr. Jaffe HERE

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IFM logoOn-Demand Webinar Series: Functional Nutrition 

Session #1: Creating Space: The Art of Nutritional Counseling 

Recorded Monday August 29, 2011 

Speaker: Deanna Minich, PhD

Session #2: Developing a Nutrition Care Plan within the Functional Medicine Model 

On-demand

Recorded Monday September 12, 2011

Speaker: Ruth DeBusk, PhD, RD

Session #3: The IFM Core Food Plan; Transitioning from the Unhealthy Diet and Lifestyle to One of Balance 

On-demand

Recorded Monday September 19, 2011 

Speaker: Mary Willis, RD, CDE

The Functional Nutrition Series was designed to provide you with the valuable tools to help you evaluate, intervene and provide the necessary guidance for your patients to develop a healthier approach to diet and lifestyle. This Series acts as a preview to the Institute for Functional Medicine’s Functional Nutrition Course: Applying Functional Nutrition for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management (October 21-23, 2011 in Denver, CO) 

DOWNLOAD NOW !  Get all 3 sessions for only $99; individual webinars are $39


 
Mary Bove, NDFree On-Demand Webinar: Botanical Updates in Pediatric Care 

Presented by: Mary Bove, ND
Moderated by: Tammy McIver-Gay, Director of Business Development, Gaia Herbs Professional Solutions

Recorded September 14th, 2011


Current research on the use of herbal medicines for pediatric illnesses supports many of the traditional uses of herbs for children as well as providing information for new medicinal possibilities.

Discussion will include a review of herbal research for pediatric use in common childhood conditions including respiratory infection, insomnia, restlessness, flu prevention, and dental caries, integrated with traditional herbal wisdom, application and insight into the clinical use of this knowledge. 

For more information and to listen to this webinar  


 
David Stewart, MDFree On-Demand Webinar: Holistic Approach to Metabolic Syndrome  

Presented by: David Stewart, MD, on behalf of Standard Process

Recorded: Thursday, August 18, 2011  

An estimated estimated 50 million Americans are struggling with metabolic syndrome and that numbers is growing as the condition becomes increasingly common within the U.S. population. Join David Stewart, MD as he discusses:

 

  • Origins of metabolic syndrome, including epigenetics as well as endocrinological and mitochondrial aspects
  • An evaluation process for diagnosing metabolic syndrome
  • Lab testing methods
  • Scientific evidence supporting a low-glycemic diet
  • Herbal, nutritional and behavioral therapies that can address metabolic syndrome

Register today    


 
Walter J. Crinnion, NDFree On-Demand Webinar: Utilizing botanical agents to reduce the body burden of persistent pollutants and reverse obesity and adult onset diabetes. 

Presented by: Walter J. Crinnion, ND
Moderated by: Tammy McIver-Gay, Director of Business Development, Gaia Herbs Professional Solutions

Recorded June 8th, 2011 

The human body burden of biologically persistent toxins poisons mitochondrial function and is associated with obesity and adult-onset diabetes. These persistent pollutants bioaccumulate in the body because they are highly resistant to normal excretory pathways. Fortunately, recent research has demonstrated that a handful of botanical compounds can reverse this situation and actually increase the amount of these compounds via fecal and urinary routes.

Please join Walter J. Crinnion, ND, for this one-hour long webinar. 

For more information and to listen to this webinar 

 
Debra Muth ND, WHNP, APNP, BAAHPFree On-Demand Webinar: Adding Hormonal Balancing to Your Practice

Presented by: Debra Muth, NP, WHNP, BS, RN, C

Recorded: Thursday, May 26, 2011


Join Debra Muth, NP, WHNP, BS, RN, C, a women’s health expert with more than 15 years of clinical and practice-management experience, as she describes how to incorporate balancing hormones into a practice. 

Debra Muth will discuss:
•  The targeted patient population
•  Educating your patients about hormone replacement
•  What it takes to become a hormone expert
•  Lab tests for evaluating the hormonal patient
•  Basic treatment protocols

In addition, learn about nutritional and herbal remedies that are great options for your menopausal patients. 

Register here! 


 
Michael E. Greer - Standard ProcessFree On-Demand Webinar: New Insights into Cholesterol, Liver, and Gallbladder Management 

Presented by: Michael E. Greer, M.D.

Recorded: Thursday, April 21, 2011

Do you fully understand the relationship of cholesterol to heart health and why lowered cholesterol levels don’t necessarily support improved heart health? Would you like to know more about how the liver and gallbladder, the body’s bile processors, fit into the equation?

Join Dr. Michael E. Greer for a complimentary webinar.  In addition to the above points, Dr. Greer will discuss:

• Addressing heart health risk factors to maintain a healthy heart
• The importance and significance of LDL to heart health
• Anti-aging laboratory guidelines for proper management
• The relationship between the inflammation response and oxidation
• Functions of cholesterol and bile
• Cholesterol production and the cholesterol feedback loop
• Standard Process and MediHerb® products that act specifically at key points of anatomy for optimal cholesterol, liver, and bile function

Register here! 


 
Keri Marshall_GaiaHerbsFree On-Demand Webinar: Botanical Solutions for Dealing with Everyday Stress 

Presented by: Keri Marshall, ND and Christie P. Egeston, MS
Moderated by: Bill Chioffi, Director of Education, Gaia Herbs Professional Solutions

Recorded Thursday, April 7th, 2011


Stress is an underlying causal factor for many acute and chronic disease states and can impact the immune, nervous and inflammatory pathways in the body.  This webinar will focus on current and past research as it examines the effects of botanical Adaptogens and their effect on the neuroendocrine and other systems in the body.  Also included is a discussion of testing available to measure patient cortisol and DHEA levels, presented by Metametrix Clinical Laboratory.

For more information and to listen to this webinar   

 
Michael Traub, N.D., D.H.A.N.P., C.C.H., F.A.B.N.O.Free On-Demand Webinar: Evidence-Based Use of Green Tea Extract, Curcumin, and Astragalus in Cancer Treatment. 

Presented by: Michael Traub, N.D., D.H.A.N.P., C.C.H., F.A.B.N.O.
Moderated by: Bill Chioffi, Director of Education, Gaia Herbs Professional Solutions

Recorded Tuesday March 15, 2011 


Herbal medicines are used frequently by patients with cancer during the course of their specific treatment.  This webinar focuses on the potential safety and efficacy of three herbal products commonly used in cancer treatment - green tea, curcumin and astragalus, including their mechanisms, side effects, herb-drug interactions and matters of quality control. 

For more information and to listen to this webinar     

 
Dr. Tori Hudson - Gaia HerbsFree On-Demand Webinar:  Cardiovascular Disease in Women and Botanical Medicine 

Presented by: Dr. Tori Hudson, Naturopathic Physician

Recorded: Tuesday February 8, 2011


Cardiovascular disease claims far more women’s lives than any other form of disease, especially after menopause.  In this webinar, key risk factors, specific prevention strategies and select unique clinical issues in pathophysiology, screening and diagnosis will be presented. A focus will be on the use of select botanicals including hawthorn, hibiscus, ginkgo, artichoke, cinnamon and red yeast rice, with the addition of highlighting improved prescribing of niacin and fish oils.  

For more information and to register to this webinar  

 
Dr. Vincenzo Mollace - HP LifeScienceFree On-Demand Webinar: Learn About a Nutraceutical Breakthrough for Metabolic Syndrome 

Presented by: Dr. Vincenzo Mollace, MD and Annie Eng, founder of HP LifeScience
Moderated by: Carlos Escalante

Recorded: Wednesday January 26, 2011


Bergamonte™ is a breakthrough nutraceutical for healthy cholesterol, blood glucose and antioxidant support. 
Annie Eng, President and Founder of HP LifeScience and Dr. Vincenzo Mollace MD will present a webinar on the extraordinary health benefits of this Citrus Bergamot extract, the detail behind the studies and how Bergamonte™ compares to other products in this category.  Citrus Bergamot occurs naturally in the southern tip of Italy.  The essential oil derived from the peel has been used for many years in soaps, shampoos and there is a form utilized in teas. 

For more information and to register to the webinar   

 
Mark Hyman headshotFree On-Demand Webinar: Nutritional Detoxification: A Clinician's Perspective 

Presented by: Mark Hyman, MD

Recorded Friday, December 3, 2010


Join Mark Hyman, MD for an hour long presentation followed by Q&A with participants. Presented by Integrative Practitioner and Vitamin Solutions.

REGISTER TO LISTEN TO THE WEBINAR AND VIEW PRESENTATION SLIDES 


 
Keri Marshall Gaia photoFree On-Demand Webinar: Key Considerations when Selecting Botanical Medicines for Patients 

Presented by: Keri Marshall, MS, ND

Recorded October 21, 2010


Botanical medicine continues to be a common source of alternative therapy for integrative practitioners. There are many botanical products to choose from, but all botanical medicines are not created equal. It is critical for any practitioner using botanical medicine to understand elements of raw material sourcing, identification processes, harvesting and extraction methods, and testing for heavy metals and other contaminants. Join Dr. Keri Marshall for an in-depth discussion on key considerations practitioners should be aware of when selecting botanicals medicines to use with patients. Presented by Gaia Herbs Professional Solutions.

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Elizabeth BohamFree On-Demand Webinar: Integrating Functional Nutrition into Your Practice 

Presented by: Elizabeth W. Boham MD, MS, RD

Recorded October 12, 2010


Join Dr. Elizabeth W. Boham MD, MS, RD and the Institute for Functional Medicine for this one-hour webinar and gain valuable knowledge in order to distinguish between a functional and conventional approach to nutrition, review the important roll nutrition has in many health issues and help the listener identify disorders that respond well to a functional nutrition approach.  Dr. Boham will also review how she integrates nutrition providers into her practice at The UltraWellness Center and highlight the strengths of a team approach to optimizing outcomes in health care.

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Ruth debuskFree On-Demand Webinar: Nutritional Genomics: The Future of Nutrition Practice

Presented by: Ruth DeBusk, PhD, RD

Recorded September 22, 2010 


Chronic disease is a diet-and-lifestyle disease and requires diet-and-lifestyle personalized solutions for each individual. Widely embraced as an effective answer to managing and preventing chronic disease, Functional nutrition is a cornerstone, providing the needed individualized, patient-centered care.  Together with nutritional genomics, an emerging tool for helping to individualize nutritional and medical care, these disciplines spell opportunity for clinicians of all types, to work together for enhanced effectiveness in preventing chronic disease and restoring health. Join Dr. DeBusk and the Institute for Functional Medicine for this one-hour webinar and gain valuable knowledge in order to: 
  • Define functional medicine and functional nutrition and discuss how they can enhance conventional medicine and nutrition practice
  • Define nutritional genomics, nutrigenetics, nutrigenomics, and nutritional epigenetics and discuss how they are used to individualize patient care
  • Discuss the roles that various types of nutrition professionals will play in an era of personalized disease management and prevention 

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VIEW PRESENTATION SLIDES
 


 
John Hall 200Free On-Demand Webinar: What your doctor may NOT tell you about prostate issues aka herbal and complementary therapies for prostate health 

Recorded June 24, 2010

We invite you to listen to a conversation with John Hall, Ph.D. about prostate support in relation to the work of biochemist Mirko Beljanski, Ph.D. Beljanski researched the plant extracts Pao pereira and Rauwolfia vomitoria and found that both extracts inhibit the growth of cancer cells and that the Pao Pereira helps the body’s healthy inflammation response.  A recent clinical trial at Columbia University Medical Center indicates that these plant extracts can provide significant support for a healthy prostate function. Presented by Natural Source International, Ltd.

Register HERE for the On-Demand Webinar >> 

 
Gerard E. Mullin, MD BioFree On-Demand Webinar: The Emerging Role of Herbal Medicine in Health Care Presented by Tai Sophia Institute

Recorded April 28, 2010 


Join Tai Sophia Institute’s Medical Herbalism graduate certificate program faculty members – internationally renowned gastroenterologist, Gerard Mullin, M.D. and Director of Tai Sophia Institute’s Master of Science in Herbal Medicine program, James Snow, RH (AHG) – for a unique collaborative presentation on the role of herbal medicine in supporting healthy digestive function. 

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Bernie SiegelFree On-Demand Webinar: Key Topics in Experiential Health and Healing: A Dialogue Presented by The Graduate Institute

Recorded March 2, 2010 

Renowned author, physician and educator Bernie Siegel, MD, and his long-time friend, A. (Bud) Harris Stone, author, educator and founder of The Graduate Institute, invite you to listen to their discussion about a unique Experiential Health and Healing Master of Arts degree program. Co-directed by Bernie, the program is offered by the Institute to lifelong learners who understand health and wellbeing are both a state of mind and a choice. 

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_Brad_Jacobs_100x100Free On-Demand Webinar: Alternative Medicine and Evidence-Based Medicine - Do they have a future together?

Presented by: Bradly Jacobs, MD, MPH

Recorded March 5, 2009


Dr. Jacobs provides stories on the underlying motives of some researchers in the field of CAM and demonstrates how to apply research findings to help patients. More >>

Listen to the archived audio recording  

 
Annemarie Colbin, PhDFree On-Demand Webinar: Whole Food Guide to Strong Bones 

Presented by: Annemarie Colbin, MD

Recorded: February 26, 2009


Dr. Annemarie Colbin discusses her new book, "The Whole-Food Guide to Strong Bones - a holistic approach", and how she applies concepts from contemporary science to better understanding food and health.  

Listen to the archived audio recording   

 
Frank LipmanFree On-Demand Webinar: SPENT: End Exhaustion and Feel Great Again 

Presented by: Frank Lipman, MD

Recorded: January 30, 2009


In his new book, SPENT, Frank Lipman, MD offers tips and solutions for alleviating exhaustion and elevating energy levels.

Listen to the archived audio recording  

 
_Mark_Hyman100x100Free On-Demand Webinar: The UltraMind Solution: Fix Your Broken Brain by Healing Your Body First

Presented by: Mark Hyman, MD

Recorded: January 22, 2009


Dr. Mark Hyman, a medical doctor and pioneer in the emerging field of functional medicine shares a revolutionary new method for treating the invisible epidemic of “broken brains” that affects 1.1 billion people worldwide. 

Listen to the archived audio recording 

 
Free On-Demand Webinar:Functional Medicine Matrix

Presented by: Joseph Pizzorno, Jr., ND

Recorded: December 4, 2008


Joseph Pizzorno, Jr., ND discusses how to apply the principles of Functional Medicine and apply the key elements of the Functional Medicine matrix in clinical practice.

Listen to the archived recording     

 
Free On-Demand Webinar: The New Health Professional: Bridging the Gap between Unhealthy America and Optimal Health

Recorded: December 3, 2008

Get expert guidance from leading authorities on creating health and preventing disease with Take Shape for Life's optimal health program. Healthcare professionals can help patients struggling with obesity while finding financial freedom as well-paid Health Coaches. Find out more about health coaching opportunities at a company with a growth rate of 15% per month during an economic downturn - while helping America find health! Register Now and mention Integrative Practitioner on the registration form! For more information email: Host - Dr. JC Doornick, jcdoornick@aol.com 

View the archived webinar 

 
Free On-Demand Webinar: Supplement Your Prescription - Many Prescription Drugs Are Nutrient Robbers

Presented by: Hyla Cass, MD

Recorded: November 21, 2008


Hyla Cass, MD discusses her latest book, SUPPLEMENT YOUR PRESCRIPTION: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know About Nutrition.

Listen to the archived recording 

 
Free On-Demand Webinar: Benefits of a Wellness Program in Your Practice - Integrating the Wellness & Treatment Paradigms for Optimal Results

Presented by: James Strohecker

Recorded: November 14, 2008


This webinar explores the intrinsic relationship of the wellness and treatment (disease) models, and how the two can be most efficiently combined into a more comprehensive model that better serves the patient's needs.

Listen to the archived recording 

 
Free On-Demand Webinar: Using Online Communities, Blogs and Social Networks to Support Your Integrative Practice

Presented by:Vanessa DiMauro, CEO and President, Leader Networks

Recorded on: October 15, 2008 | Running time: 42 minutes


Vanessa DiMauro, CEO and President of Leader Networks, shares her expertise on how integrative practitioners can use the tools of social media to connect with peers, share their point of view and evangelize their practice.

Listen to the archived recording    

 
Free On-Demand Webinar: Let’s Talk with Dr. Merrell: Regaining and Maximizing Energy

Presented by: Woodson “Woody” Merrell, MD

Recorded on: October 24, 2008 | Running time: 60 minutes


Dr. Woodson “Woody” Merrell discusses his latest book, THE SOURCE: Unleash Your Natural Energy, Power Up Your Health, and Feel 10 Years Younger (Free Press; September 23, 2008) and the latest research on how people can create and maximize their energy with simple lifestyle choices to help become an “energy creator” rather than an “energy consumer”

Listen to the archived recording  

 
Free On-Demand Webinar: Unstuck: Your Guide to the Seven Stage Journey out of Depression

Presented by: James Gordon, MD

Recorded on: September 24, 2008 | Running time: 60 minutes


Each year, as many as twenty million Americans are diagnosed with clinical depression. Tens of millions more have low energy or feel unhappy and dissatisfied with their lives. And each year, American doctors write 189 million prescriptions for antidepressant drugs for these people. Dr. James Gordon, a Harvard Medical School-educated psychiatrist who founded and directs The Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, D.C. discussed these topics and those featured in his new book, Unstuck: Your Guide to the Seven Stage Journey out of Depression in a fall teleconference with Integrative Practitioner.

Listen to the archived recording 

 


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