November 23, 2019
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
(Sign-in begins at 8:00 AM)
Immune challenges are one of the most significant health concerns of modern life. The absence of epidemics for several decades – due to improvements in sanitation, hygiene, nutrition, and working conditions – has been replaced by a massive increase in chronic, low-level infections, which significantly contribute to a range of conditions, including autoimmune and cardiovascular disease.
This seminar will present safe, effective, natural approaches to improving immune health – both preventatively and in patients with active infections. Drawing on current research, and the 27-year clinical experience of the presenter, this seminar will give health professionals effective, time-tested ways to help patients with a practical approach to natural functional medicine. Attendees will learn specific patient care strategies using diet, lifestyle, nutritional support and botanical medicine. Look forward to an engaging seminar that will provide practical tools that you can use the next day in your practice.
1. Learn the nutritional factors which influence immune function
2. Learn relevant in-office and lab testing and interpretation
3. Gain knowledge to prevent infectious disease using natural functional medicine
4. Appreciate options and how-to of supporting patients with active infections
5. Learn whole-food and botanical medicine strategies for improving immune function and
6. Appreciate pediatric care & treatment concerns
7. Discover effective ideas and tools for patient communication and education
Hourly Outline by Quarterly Increments
8 CEU’s for DC for New England States. 8 PDA points for New England States. ND’s can also receive credits. Credits are applied for all New England States thru T.C.C.
Room Rate: $119 Room Rate Cut-off Date: 11/07/2019 Room Reservation Instructions: Call (781) 467-1252; ask for Caitlin Fryer or James Belisle & mention the “Standard Process” group.
Hotel Parking: Hotel parking is complimentary
Dr. Michael Gaeta's purpose is to create a world of vital, resilient people who find fulfillment through positive contribution, and choose a lifestyle of “nature first, drugs last”. To do this, he works with natural health professionals who want to improve their patient care and practice success.More Info