1.5 General CEU approved in Oregon, valid to November 11, 2018 *the live webinar date has passed, members can watch the recorded webinar below*
This is a follow-up to our very popular April ‘Case Study Q&A’ discussing the situation in South Portland. John Hibbs ND, Louise Tolzmann ND, and Lyn Patrick will review more questions on the South Portland Arsenic and Cadmium situation as well as look at other possible exposure in S. Portland. We will review arsenic methylation support for arsenic excretion and the use of zinc in renal protection related to toxic metal exposure
Dr. Lyn Patrick
Lyn Patrick, ND graduated from Bastyr University in 1984 and has been in private practice for 27 years. She has been a faculty member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine (www.acam.org) continuing medical education conferences, lecturing in the area of metal toxicology and environmental medicine and has served on the Board of Directors at ACAM. She has lectured for the Institute of Functional Medicine and many physician membership organizations nationally and internationally on the subject of environmental medicine and is currently faculty for the Environmental Medical Training Course through Progressive Medical Education and has taught with Walter Crinnion ND for the Certification Course in Environmental Medicine. Dr. Patrick is a published author of numerous articles in peer-reviewed medical journals and has been a longtime Contributing Editor for Alternative Medicine Review, a Medline-indexed journal of complementary/alternative medical research (www.altmedrev.com)
Dr. John Hibbs
Dr. Hibbs graduated from John Bastyr College and has been licensed in Washington since 1983. He is a senior member of the Clinical Faculty at Bastyr University Kenmore-Seattle campus, and served as a Director for National Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examination (NPLEX) Board for 8 years. Dr. Hibbs teaches Environmental Medicine, Toxicology, and Depuration Therapy in Bastyr’s School of Naturopathic Medicine, including all core competencies and an elective on the Toxicology and Management of Metals. He supervises specialty clinics in Environmental Medicine at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle since 2005.