This one-day boot camp is being facilitated by the Naturopathic Academy of Environmental Medicine (NAEM) to teach the basics of this rapidly changing new field and to introduce practitioners to best practices.
Saturday, September 9, 2017 | 8:00am – 6:00pm | Earlybird pricing of $197 expires 8/1
University Place Hotel & Conference Center | 310 SW Lincoln St, Portland, OR 97201
In this Bootcamp you’ll learn:
- How to properly identify a patient whose illness is environmentally induced.
- How to perform heavy metal testing that is accurate, actionable, and will stand up in court.
- Why avoidance is the first rule of Environmental Medicine and the surprising everyday exposures that you may be overlooking.
- How and where toxicants are stored in the body and how and when they are released and where they go next.*
- Why you must reconsider your water supply.
- The surprising new research on sauna therapy.
- What you must know about NHANES in order to practice knowledgeably.
- Why and how you can educate people in the reproductive years to reduce the impact of the DOHD (Developmental Origins of Health and Disease).
- Why an environmental history is foundational to the assessment of your patient’s current and future health.
This Bootcamp is for you if you are:
- new to Environmental Medicine and wish to incorporate this into your practice.
- an experienced practitioner who wants an update on the new standards for toxic metal testing.
- want to avoid the pitfalls in metals testing and the unexplored territory in testing for everyday non-metal toxicant exposures.
Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medical Education CE/California Naturopathic Doctors Association CE pending.
A SAMPLING OF OUR SPEAKER LINEUP….more information to come!
Lyn Patrick, ND Assessment and Diagnosis of Metal Toxicity
Doug Cutler, ND What is NHANES and Why Do I Need to Know It?
John Hibbs, ND Persistent vs. Non-Persistent and How Do We Know the Difference?
Tina Beaudoin, ND & Anne Marie Fine, ND Water Filtration, Why and How
John Hibbs, ND Sauna Protocols and Research
Anne Marie Fine, ND Avoidance Step #1, Personal Care Products
Bonnie Nedrow, ND Is Toxicity an Issue in Your Patients? Using an Assessment and Algorithm
Q&A Panel with Case Studies
*This alone is worth the price of admission as no one is talking about this!
…more information coming soon…