- Digital Summit
The fall and winter months can be difficult for many patients. Whether someone experiences severe drops in energy and motivation as seen in seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or simply wants to prevent the health-related setbacks often associated with this time of year, there are many recommendations practitioners can make to help their patients maintain or improve their physical and mental wellbeing.
Presented by: Mary Purdy, MS, RDN
The recent report from the EAT Lancet Commission on Healthy Diets From Sustainable Food Systems makes an excellent case for substantial dietary shifts needed to support both human and environmental health. Integrative practitioners are in an ideal position to help patients make diet and lifestyle changes that could greatly benefit planetary health. The key is how.
Scientific research can be complex, confusing, and occasionally contradictory. In today’s digital world, patients are more connected than ever to healthcare advances and may come to you with questions about new and emerging research. Therefore, it is incumbent upon healthcare practitioners to effectively analyze scientific research and extract the appropriate information for the patient.
In this guide, we review the different types of scientific studies and how to understand and analyze a scientific paper.
Important Factors That Can Influence Digestive Health and Mucosal Barrier Function
This issue highlights the gut microbiome, with the latest research, case studies, and patient protocols. Included in this issue:
Dr. Elnazer will be speaking about real and common diseases where this is needed and how we apply this sophisticated art with doses and side effects potential adjustments and the treatment outcomes for these patients.
GenomicInsight™: The clinician’s tool in the practical application of SNP testing in precision medicine
Presented by: Austin Perlmutter, MD, and David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM
Fundamental to the practice of medicine is the acquisition and dissemination of the most validated and impactful recommendations for those in our care. But all too commonly, this information goes unheeded. Why? Our modern world is fundamentally reshaping our brains, altering our decision-making towards impulsivity, instant gratification and the type of choices that lead to poor health and unhappiness. The structural and functional wiring of our brains is constantly rearranged by our interaction with the world around us. And this process can either be consciously harnessed for our own benefit or externally manipulated for the benefit of others. This presentation exposes the mental hijacking that undermines each and every one of us, and presents practical tools to help reclaim our ability to make better decisions, strengthen our relationships with others, and maintain healthier habits.
Presented by: David Brady, ND, DC, CCN, DACBN, IFMCP, FACN
Tom Fabian, PhD, CNTP
Richard Horowitz, MD
Bruce Patterson, MD
Post-COVID-19 Syndrome, often known as Long-Haul Syndrome, represents a complex multi-factorial phenomenon that is being observed clinically in a significant percentage of those individuals that have recovered from initial acute COVID-19, but have far from fully recovered.
This expert panel will review the various hypotheses proposed to explain this emerging post-pandemic epidemic.