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The integrative healthcare community prides itself on being interdisciplinary. While this includes medical doctors and osteopathic doctors, it also includes chiropractors, naturopathic doctors, registered nurses, licensed acupuncturists, registered dieticians, and everyone in between. Credentials overlap, compete, and sometimes contradict one another. Certifications often do the same. Beyond that, scores of new credentials and certifications are developed and released every year that align with the continuous advancements in the greater healthcare industry. Figuring out what the scores of post-nominal letters mean, what they certify, and how they affect patient care can seem an overwhelming if not impossible feat.
This issue celebrates collaboration in integrative healthcare, and highlights insights and expertise from across disciplines in the healing community.
Pre-Conference by Standard Process
The goal of this program is to explore the microbiome from an overview, detox, nutrition, and hormone point of view. This course will provide the latest research available and conclude with actionable items a doctor can apply with their patients when it comes to gut health.
On completion of this program, attendees will:
Muscle as Medicine: Exercise and Autoimmune Disease
Presented by: Stephanie Hope, DNP, RN, NC-BC, and William Rosa, PhD, APRN-BC, FCCM, FAANP, FAAN
Since the inception of hospice in America in the 1980s, care of the dying has dramatically improved to meet the unique needs of dying people, with a focus on comfort over cure. There are social, emotional, and spiritual aspects of the dying process, however, that are inherently uncomfortable. Instead of seeking to palliate this fact, caregivers can be of better service to their patients by helping them increase their level of consciousness during this difficult, and yet incredibly meaningful transition. The next evolution of end-of-life care is to honor dying as a developmental process and as a rite of passage. This session will reflect on how healthcare professionals and the institutions they work within currently approach the concept of dying. The session will offer personal practices that can be used to increase constructive consciousness of death throughout life, not just at its end., and will present current work from the Conscious Dying Institute, the death doula movement, and research on the use of entheogens at end-of-life.
This presentation will introduce evidence-based information connecting genomics with bone health and health outcomes. The session will demonstrate personalized nutrigenomic intervention for a variety of bone formation and degradation-related case histories. Each case history will include a detailed explanation of specific culinary considerations related to nutrigenomics, and include a roadmap, translating nutrient intervention into actionable recipes and meal concepts.
As the science of nutrition distances itself from commercial influence in favor of scientific validation, there remains a great deal of polarization amongst healthcare professionals with respect to the fundamentals of what constitutes a salubrious diet for humans.
Presented by: Adam Breiner, ND
In recent years, traumatic brain injuries, such as concussions, have become a topic of interest to both the public and healthcare industry. While most of the focus has been on prevention, the conventional approaches to treatment are inadequate and have not advanced much since the 20th century. Integrative medicine offers a variety of natural approaches to healing the injured brain.
Delivering High Quality Integrative Telehealth Services
The integrative healthcare community prides itself on being interdisciplinary. While this includes medical doctors and osteopathic doctors, it also includes chiropractors, naturopathic doctors, registered nurses, acupuncturists, registered dieticians, and everything in between. Credentials overlap, compete, and sometimes contradict one another. Certifications often do the same. Figuring out what the scores of post-nominal letters mean, what they certify, and how they affect patient care can seem an overwhelming if not impossible feat.