2018 Conference Registration

Clinical Pearls in Daily Practice

Conference Schedule:

Saturday Schedule

D. Musnick 300

David Musnick

8:30 AM
Post Concussion Syndrome and Traumatic Brain Injury: Healing Brain Injuries
In this lecture you will learn about: The pathophysiology of concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury, The Brain Injury Diet, Using certain specialized supplements to decrease brain inflammation, decrease brain oxidative stress, stimulate brain stem cells, heal the blood brain barrier, increase brain derived nerve growth factor, Learn about Hyperbaric O2 and how to prescribe it, Learn about Frequency Specific Microcurrent to heal the brain and the nervous system, Learn the exercise prescription to heal the brain, Brain cross training to increase synaptogenesis.
T. Hudson

Tori Hudson, ND

10:00 AM
34 Years of Women's Health, Part I
The presentation will include insights and observations about how to help more women more of the time: a guide for patient/doctor interactions, key clinical essentials in successful management of select primary care and gynecological diagnoses, and those "go to" treatments in select common and challenging case scenarios. The best advice I can give, after 34 years in women's health.
T. Hudson

Tori Hudson, ND

11:15 AM
34 Years of Women's Health, Part 2
The presentation will include insights and observations about how to help more women more of the time: a guide for patient/doctor interactions, key clinical essentials in successful management of select primary care and gynecological diagnoses, and those "go to" treatments in select common and challenging case scenarios. The best advice I can give, after 34 years in women's health.

12:15 - Lunch

D. Ramaley

David Ramaley, ND, DC

1:30 PM
Light: The forgotten treatment to radically change patient outcomes and improve your own health
We are surrounded by toxic blue light and rarely go out into natural light. Our current lifestyle causes poor mitochondria production of ATP and explains, in part, why we see elevated rates of autoimmune disease, insomnia, fatigue and digestive disorders. I will present the science of light and how it affects human health, give clinical presentations, review physical exam findings and present relevant lab values. I will give solutions to these problems that can easily be implemented by your patients and yourselves to improve energy and health.
J. Rubinstein

Joshua Rubinstein, ND

2:45 PM
Wound Care in the Naturopathic Primary Care Practice
In this talk, Dr. Rubinstein will cover initial assessment and management of common wounds in the primary care practice. Learn which injuries are appropriate to treat in office, which should be referred out, and adjunctive therapies to support wound healing.
Altman, L. 300

Lela Altman, ND

4:15 PM
The Elemental Diet for Treatment of SIBO
This presentation will cover what an elemental diet is, how to tell if a formula is truly elemental, why elemental diets work for SIBO treatment, what other conditions elemental diets would be used for, how to use an elemental diet, how to troubleshoot problems that can occur while someone is on an elemental diet, how to transition someone off of an elemental diet and when to retest for SIBO.

Sunday Schedule

dimas

Cal Dimas, MD

8:30 AM
Clinical Pearls for Imaging: Getting the Most Bang for Your Radiology Buck
Deciding the ‘What, Where, and How’ of imaging to get helpful answers while minimizing costs.
Lynch, B. 300

Ben Lynch, ND

10:00 AM
Dirty Genes and Complex Cases Made Simple
By learning how specific genes, and their enzymes, are influenced, one can greatly enhance patient outcomes efficiently. Learn this simple model and begin applying it in practice.
Lynch, B. 300

Ben Lynch, ND

11:15 AM
Dirty Genes in Practice: Histamine and Glutathione Intolerance
Histamine issues are extremely prevalent in clinical practice. Apply the model and understand where to start in reversing your patient’s histamine intolerance. Not all patients tolerate glutathione equally. Apply the model and improve your patient outcomes using glutathione while minimizing side effects.

12:15 - Lunch

A. Fleming

Alethea Fleming, ND

1:30 PM
Insomnia Over 60
This presentation provides an explanation of how to approach insomnia in patients over 60. Topics will include changes in sleep stages, physiology and patterns; common geriatric conditions that exacerbate insomnia; medications that influence; and emphasis on a variety of gentle accessible therapies.
Courtney, G. 300

Genevieve Courtney, ND

2:45 PM
Physical Exam Update: What Exams Are Worth Your Time?
This talk will briefly go through the body systems giving an update on basic exams and which exams give you the most clinical information in the least amount of time. It will also review which exams hold little evidence supporting their use. Time will be allotted to review heart sounds and abnormalities.
Klausmeyer, K. 300

Kelsey Klausmeyer, ND

4:15 PM
Naturopathic Management of Overweight and Obese Patients
This talk will explore recent updates in the medical literature related to obesity including causes and pathophysiology and guidelines from professional societies. Special focus will be given to novel interventions and practical information to guide successful treatment and management.

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