Naturopathic Approach to Environmental Medicine & Detoxification: Endometriosis, Breast Cancer, Fatty Liver, Thyroid Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's & Detox Support (WANPHOME-10CLIN000)
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This conference originally recorded at Bastyr University in October 2010.
Endometriosis and Breast Cancer, Marianne Marchese, ND
The Tsunami of Fatty Liver Disease: Naturopathic Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, Lyn Patrick, ND
Preconception Detoxification, Bonnie Nedrow, ND
The Cure: Chronic Disease and Detoxification, Owen Miller, ND
The Role of Environmental Exposures in Thyroid Disease, Lyn Patrick, ND
Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease, Marianne Marchese, ND
Drainage vs. Detoxification: Accessing Physical and Energetic Dimensions to Deal with Modern Etiologies of Chronic Disease, Dick Thom, DDS, ND
Nutritional Strategies for Phase I and II Detoxification Support, Tom Malterre, MS, CN
Endometriosis and Breast Cancer
Presenter: Marianne Marchese, ND
Dr. Marchese will discuss the etiology, diagnosis, evaluation and treatment for these conditions. She will also discuss the environmental links and provide information on environmental testing and treatment. Participants will understand the link to chemicals in the environment and endometriosis and Breast cancer. Participants will be able to utilize general naturopathic treatments for both endometriosis and breast cancer care. Participants will be able to incorporate general detoxification protocols when managing these conditions.
The Tsunami of Fatty Liver Disease: Naturopathic Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
Presenter: Lyn Patrick, ND
The tsunami of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, now estimated to occur in 20 percent to 30 percent of the U.S. population, is a spectrum of signs and symptoms that are not constrained to diabetes or obesity. They include the key indications of systemic inflammation that link NAFLD to cardiovascular disease and, if understood, can be effectively treated with naturopathic approaches. This lecture will include information on the diagnosis and management of NAFLD as well as new findings linking environmental exposure to the etiology of NAFLD.
Presenter: Bonnie Nedrow, ND
One of the greatest impacts on human health we as naturopathic doctors have is the optimization of the wellness of an unborn and even un-conceived baby. Increasing ease of conception, reducing pregnancy complications, optimizing parental epigenetic expression and reducing the risk of exposure to endocrine disruptors can all be addressed through prenatal detoxification. This lecture will include compelling evidence you can provide your clients with to inspire and motivate them to engage in prenatal detoxification. The lecture will also provide a practical outline of the Let's Detox Together program as developed by Dr. Nedrow and Dr. Rod Newton DC.
Presenter: Owen Miller, ND
Rather than defining ourselves by the tools we use, or the areas of the body we prefer to treat, or the gender and age of our patients or the diseases they have, Dr. Owen Miller will argue for the necessity of defining our profession in terms of our patients primary goal (resolution of disease) and the patient centered process by which we help them achieve that goal. As a practical matter, Dr. Miller will share his patient care methods and present how Metabolic Cleansing (Naturo-Detox) can be an effective platform for both identifying and eliminating the obstacles to cure and stimulating and facilitating the transformational event (healing crisis) which, when paired with comprehensive and resourceful empowerment (medicines, diets, exercise, stress reduction, counseling, body work, etc.), can and does lead the chronically ill to a resolution of their disease: The Cure.
The Role of Environmental Exposures in Thyroid Disease
Presenter: Lyn Patrick, ND
Thyroid disruptors: polychlorinated biphenyls, dixoins, pthalates, polybrominated dipheylethers (PBDPE) and other halogenated organochlorines have been shown to interfere with the production, transportation and metabolism of thyroid hormones. How do these envrionmental exposures, present in everyone, affect the common thyroid lab abnormalities we see in patients every day and more importantly, how do they cause thyroid disease? How can naturopathic medicine address the role of environmental exposure in thyroid problems? This presentation will discuss both the problem and the naturopathic solution.
Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease
Presenter: Marianne Marchese, ND
Dr. Marchese will discuss the etiology, diagnosis, evaluation and naturopathic treatments for these conditions. She will also discuss the environmental link and provide information on environmental testing and treatment. Participants will understand the link to chemicals in the environment and Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's. Participants will be able to utilize general naturopathic treatments for both Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's. Participants will be able to incorporate general detoxification protocols when managing these conditions.
Drainage vs. Detoxification; accessing physical and energetic dimensions to deal with modern etiologies of chronic disease
Presenter: Dick Thom, DDS, ND
Chronic disease is the #1 cause of death of our patients. It is widely agreed that this often results from the slow intoxication (both endogenous and exogenous) and the modern physician is faced with the options of treatment of using the popular detoxification therapies or the century old drainage therapies. This presentation will provide a brief history and discussion of each of these important modalities in the modern world of medicine. A treated case of heavy metal toxicity will be presented involving these therapies without the use of oral or IV chelation therapy.
Post-course quiz must be completed with a score of 75 percent or higher to receive CEUs.
Marianne Marchese, ND, is a naturopathic physician. She received Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine. She currently is adjunct faculty at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and maintains private practice in Phoenix AZ. Dr. Marchese is Vice President of the Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association and on the board of directors of the Council of Naturopathic Medical Education. She has numerous publications and currently writes a column on environmental medicine in The Townsend Letter. She lectures nationally on women's health and environmental medicine and was recently named 2010 Phoenix magazine Top Doctor. www.drmarchese.com
Lyn Patrick, ND, graduated from Bastyr Univ. (then the John Bastyr College of Naturopathic Medicine) in 1984 and has been actively practicing naturopathic medicine for 24 years, currently in Durango, Colorado. She is currently a Contributing Editor for Alternative Medicine Review, a Consulting Member of the Board of Directors for the American College for the Advancement of Medicine where she is lectures and designs curricula for the Heavy Metal Toxicology courses. She is also faculty for the Certification Course on Environmental Medicine with Dr. Walter Crinnion.
Dr. Bonnie Nedrow practices preventative family medicine with a focus on women and children's health care at Hidden Springs Wellness Center in Ashland, Oregon. She has been an adjunct faculty member at Bastyr University since 2001, teaching courses in pediatrics, midwifery and emergency medicine. In the fall of 2009 she published her first book The Cleanse Companion Cookbook, which she collaborated on with Chef Jeff Hauptman. She is currently working with Dr. Rod Newton on her second book, the Let's Detox Together Workbook that is a tool for their popular seasonal detox program.
Dr. Owen Miller is a 1985 Bastyr graduate and medical director of Tacoma's Holistic Health Clinic which includes 3 associate ND's and one Bastyr accredited resident. He has provided new doctors with a 2 year residency experience for the past 12 years with the purpose of orienting them to a unified best practices approach to naturopathic primary care. His latest clinical passion is men's health.
Dr. Dick Thom is a Doctor of Dental surgery (1974 - U of T), Naturopath (1986 - OCNM) and a second ND degree from NCNM (1989). Dr. Thom is a full-time Professor and the past Dean of Naturopathic Medicine at NCNM. Dr. Thom lectures extensively on health and business topics and has written and collaborated in the writing of many articles and books dealing with drainage, nutrition and business. He his had a private practice in Portland, Oregon since 1989. In August 2009 he received The Vis Award from the AANP in recognition of one who represents the Vis, the Healing Power of Nature, as demonstrated through their work, life, and community service.