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XYMOGEN Is Committed to the Continuing Education of Our Healthcare Practitioners. To be truly effective, we must keep up with evolving research and understand how to apply it in clinical settings. This is precisely why our seminar series and webinars are such a vital part of our commitment to you. Our engaging educational events help bridge the gap between science and patient results. Join us for one event, and you will long for the next! Your time will be extremely well spent.
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As clinicians, it is important to find the cause of disease, rather than just treat the symptoms, and mental health is no exception. Objectives will include, but are not limited to:
Exploring the paradigm shift from the monoamine conceptualization of depression to the neuro plasticity hypothesis.
Patients with chronic inflammation often have depression and likewise patients with depression show elevated levels of inflammatory signals- this two way street of interaction points towards a newer more comprehensive view of neuroinflammation and its repercussions.
The monoamine concept of depression and mood disorders is being replaced with the theory that neuroinflammation and in particular, microglia activation, is the causal factor in mood disorders. In this lecture we will explore the new paradigm with an in-depth analysis of how it ties into a holistic brain model.
Only $29 includes breakfast
RSVP Nina Stout(203) email@example.com
XYMOGEN and Dunwoody Labs invite you to this exclusive learning opportunity, featuring insights from Dr. Cheryl Burdette!
A symphony of signaling occurs in the gut which results in immune regulation or inflammation. This lecture will review the interplay between diamine oxidase, the enzyme that degrades histamine, and Zonulin a regulator of tight junctions. Understanding the interplay of signaling gives clinical direction for treatment of gut based permeability. The gut is the major interface to the outside world. It is our first line of defense as well as where our first exposure happens. It is where we decide if we are immune tolerant of the world or alternatively, inflamed by the world.
RSVP Dunwoody Labs Lea Russell(727) 270-0714 firstname.lastname@example.orgRSVP XYMOGEN John Madere (678) 481-0200 email@example.com
The human body is the most complex system known. The most important network, the nervous system, can be one of the most challenging to understand. Dr. Trevor Berry, a board-certified Chiropractic Neurologist and low level laser expert, will explore its many connections to other parts of the body. He will discuss the generation of, and cutting edge treatments for, many of the brain diseases that are greatly affecting our society, and that he sees daily at his Chiropractic Neurology Center: strokes, autoimmune diseases, Basal Ganglia disorders, Dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Dr. Berry’s expertise stems from a deep personal interest to find ways that would help him treat these conditions and improve the lives of his patients. He will take you through a patient’s health history and documentation with special attention to these conditions and his treatment recommendations. Come receive advanced training by and education from, one of the foremost experts in the world in this field.
CE Hours: States Applied for: HI, CA, AZ, NV, OR, WA, AK
Speaker: Mark Loyd Sherwood ND
Early bird: $99 (expires 09/21/2018)Practitioner rate: $119 RSVP:Joshua Chernov717firstname.lastname@example.org
XYMOGEN® invites you to this exclusive learning opportunity, featuring insights by Dr. Casey Kelley.
Chronic Lyme disease is a complex syndrome complicated by numerous other problems; co-infections, gut imbalances, detoxification dysfunction, and mitochondrial challenges, to name a few.
Registration Rates* Standard Rate: $169 Early Bird Rate: $115 (expires 09/21/2018)Student/Staff Rate: $139Register Today!RSVP to Kevin Finnegan(480) email@example.com
XYMOGEN and Dunwoody Labs invite you to this exclusive learning opportunity featuring insights from Dr. Bernarda Zenker.
Following this presentation, participants will be able to:
$39 (includes electronic manual)
$64 (includes printed manual)
Dunwoody LabsLea Russell, RD (727) 270-0714 L.Russell@dunwoodylabs.comXYMOGENBrooke Bouis, MS (239) 634-9291 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Annual ILADS Lyme Disease Conference is designed to foster collaboration and dialogue between Lyme disease researchers and those who care and advocate for Lyme disease patients in a variety of settings. The conference will provide updates in clinical knowledge and treatment techniques. Innovations in care will be addressed in plenary sessions and workshops.
The most important system of the human body is the nervous system, but it can be one of the most challenging to understand. Dr. Trevor Berry, a board-certified Chiropractic Neurologist and low-level laser expert, will explore its many connections to other parts of the body. He will discuss the generation of advanced treatments for many of the brain diseases that are greatly affecting our society and those he sees daily at his Chiropractic Neurology Center: Traumatic Brain Injury, Strokes, the Brain-Gut Axis and Autoimmunity, Pain and Inflammation, Basal Ganglia Disorders, Dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Dr. Berry’s expertise stems from a deep personal interest to find ways that would help him treat these conditions and improve the lives of his patients. He will take you through a patient’s health history and documentation with special attention to these conditions and his treatment recommendations. He will bring together the big picture on how the central nervous system affects the many health ailments we suffer from. Come receive advanced training by and education from one of the foremost experts in the world in this field.
CE Hours: States Applied for: FL, GA, SC, AL, CA
Chronic inflammatory response syndrome (CIRS) is a complex multi-symptom, multi-system condition initiated by genetically susceptible patient exposure to biotoxins from a wide array of toxins, including mold, toxic soup from waterdamaged buildings, algae, ciguatera, and chronic infections. Symptoms can range from profound fatigue to cognitive disturbances, gastrointestinal conditions, and hormone disturbances.
Featuring Insights from Dr. Craig Tanio
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RSVP: Tammie Holland (352) 438-9609 firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for an exciting discussion on properly stimulating and balancing the immune system with strain-specific probiotics and immunoglobins.
Learn how immunoglobins and probiotics can optimize and restore health! Objectives include, but are not limited to:
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It is well-understood that hormones interact with the DNA in our bodies to influence metabolic and enzymatic control. For example, estrogen increases the activity of glutathione peroxidase and decreases the inflammatory activity of NFkappaB. As we age, our estrogen declines, altering its favorable influence on these end-targets. We can manage this decreased glutathione and increased cytokine imbalance with a variety of natural interventions, which present a lower risk of side effects compared to hormone therapy.
Only $39 to attend
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Personalized Precision Health Training & Education November 20 - 30, 2018 Up to 11 CME'S $1799
Dedicated Ultrasound Training: Hands-On Image Guided Techniques & Applications November 30, 2018 Up to 6 CME'S $799
Hands-On Stem Cell Therapies & Biologics for the Clinical Application of Pain Management & Musculoskeletal Medicine December 1 - 2, 2018 Up to 18 CME'S$2250 One complimentary badge for an office administrator / manager with one full price registration.
CE Hours: States Applied for: NY, CT, RI, MA, ME, NH, VT, PA, MD, DC, DE, NJ, CA
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