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Genes, Microbes, & Metagenes: Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Through the Lens of Systems Biology

Presented by:
Robert Rountree, MD

For many years, mainstream textbooks typically characterized irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) as a psychosomatic disorder with a strong emotional component. Sophisticated molecular diagnostic techniques combined with genomic analysis have now shown that IBS is not a simple “functional” disorder. Rather, it is a multifactorial condition with several prominent overlapping subtypes, including dysbiotic, inflammatory, postinfectious, and neurochemical subtypes. This presentation will use the lens of system biology as way to tie together all these seemingly disparate elements into a cohesive diagnostic and treatment strategy when within scope and know when to refer when out of scope.

This presentation was recorded at the 2022 Integrative Healthcare Symposium Annual Conference.

 

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Integrative Medicine and Vision

Presented by: Marc Grossman, OD, LAc

What is “natural eye care?” This session will discuss the vision-whole body-brain connection, identify where Western medicine is today on whole-body approaches, and review major eye pathologies including macular degeneration, myopia and computer eye syndrome, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, eye floaters, and cataract.

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Finding Value in Genetic Testing Today

Presented by: Yael Joffe, PhD, RD, FACN

In a 2019 poll, 74 percent of practitioners did not know which genetic test to trust. In this presentation, different types of genetic tests in the marketplace will be explored. The basic principles needed to understand these tests will be defined and questions to ask when choosing a genetic testing partner will be identified. By the end of the presentation, attendees will have the insight necessary to evaluate the clinical value genetic tests will offer to patients.

This presentation was recorded at the 2022 Integrative Healthcare Symposium Annual Conference.

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Integrative Care for Insomnia

Integrative Care for Insomnia

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One Size Fits All: The Benefits of Exercise

Presented by: Neil Skolnik, MD

This presentation will provide an overview of the scientific evidence supporting the utility of exercise in maintaining health and decreasing the risk of chronic diseases including diabetes, hypertension, cancer, coronary heart disease, and depression. In addition, the evidence showing that exercise can mitigate the risk incurred by diseases like diabetes and hypertension will be reviewed. Finally, a practical approach for discussing exercise with patients/clients and helping patients achieve successful outcomes with lifestyle modification will be presented.

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Supporting Immune Resilience in Patients: An Integrative Medicine Case Study

In light of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), many patients are tuned in to the importance of building immune system resilience. Whether someone is considered at-risk or simply wants to maintain their health, there are several steps practitioners can suggest to put patients in the best position to prevent or overcome illness, and achieve optimal health throughout life.

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The Microbiome: The Link Between Nutrition and Pain

The Microbiome: The Link Between Nutrition and Pain

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Cannabidiol (CBD) and Brain Health

Recently, there is much renewed interest in industrial hemp-derived cannabidiol, or CBD for health maintenance and certain medical indications. Seventeen years ago, a Nobel prize winning neuroscientist at the National Institutes of Health filed for a patent describing CBD oil as a nonpsychoactive neuroprotectant and antioxidant.

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Illness and Spirituality: Transpersonal Nurse Coaching Skills

Medical crises generate feelings of anxiety and loss of control. Recognizing that this vulnerability is occurring in their patients, nurses can use meditation and imagery practices that tap patients’ deeper healing resources. Nurses will learn about these transpersonal resources, and will experience 2 practices that are part of the skill set of transpersonally trained nurses.

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The Technology-Engagement Triad: The Practitioner, Wearable Technology Apps, and The Patient

Presented by: Steven Feyrer-Melk, PhD, M.ED

Integrative Medicine is based on a personalized approach that empowers patients and practitioners to collaborate on a path of optimal health. Harnessing the power of Lifestyle Medicine in concert with advancements in health-related technologies is critical for innovative, “whole-person” care. Moreover, in our quest to be forward thinking as well as at the cutting-edge, integrative practitioners must recognize and properly integrate patient-facing technologies, many of which are already in the hands of those with whom we engage.

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