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.
The Microbiome: The Link Between Nutrition and Pain
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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.
Presented by: Steven Feyrer-Melk,
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.
Presented by: Andrea Beaman, HHC, AADP, Chef
There are many healthful foods and herbs that can support the thyroid and endocrine system, BUT, if they are prepared incorrectly, or they are applied to the wrong condition/constitution of the client, they won’t benefit their healing process. This session covers the various types of foods and herbs that can support the health of the thyroid. The session will also delve deep into the digestive system and how each food and herb should be prepared for optimized digestion and absorption of these substances.
Organic Acids and the Link to Yeast, Fungal and Bacterial Toxins
Presented by: Lila Nachtigall, MD
There are five distinct hormonal phases that the female body goes through that create a specific biochemical environment affecting women in the different stages of their life, juvenile, puberty, reproduction, pregnancy, and post-reproduction. This session will explore bio-mimics, Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs), and relevant research and implementation in medical treatments.
How to use Protocols in your Online Dispensary with Dr. Gladd, MD