The Triads: A System’s Biology Approach module explores how to evaluate and treat common patient presentations by synthesizing best practices from Modules I - IV. This module offers the most up-to-date information on physiological interrelationships for healthcare providers who are on the frontlines with patients. It will address a clinical framework to show reciprocal relationships between the adrenals- thyroid-pancreas, gut-immune-brain, cardiopulmonary-neuro-vascular, liver-lymph-kidney and estrogen-progesterone- testosterone.

The course will examine patient case histories that cover a range of metabolic syndromes, disorders, and diseases, with the ultimate goal of providing comprehensive metabolic, functional, and nutritional approaches towards disease management. Participants will further understand the ways in which to interpret, evaluate, and treat patients for toxic metals, neurotransmitter dysfunction, amino and fatty acid imbalances, organic acid deficiencies, methylation dysfunction, and other issues that arise through a variety of patient conditions in the clinical setting.

Module V

Objectives

After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:

Examine how the triad framework operates and its application to reduce metaflammation and restore metabolic resiliency.


Discuss natural and hormonal treatment strategies for cortisol, insulin, and thyroid


Identify treatment strategies for Gut-Immune-Brain pathologies


Manage patients presenting with neurocardiology and complex cardiovascular disorders


Apply detoxification strategies to remove toxins, chemicals and heavy metals


Describe the role of sex hormones in the aging male and female, and how to balance and replace them through natural products or hormone replacement therapy

Register Now

Schedule

Friday, December 11

8:00 am

Advanced Diagnostics in DM and Stress
James LaValle, RPh, CCN

9:00 am

Triad 1 Adrenal/‌Thyroid/‌Pancreas
James LaValle, RPh, CCN

10:00 am

Break

10:30 am

Triad 1 Cases
Faculty

12:30 pm

Lecture Sponsored by Bio-Botanical (Non-CME)

1:30 pm

Diet – A Concise Review of Diet Selection
Laura LaValle, RDN, LD

2:30 pm

Advanced Testing for Gut, Immune, Brain
Todd LePine, MD

3:30 pm

Break

4:00 pm

Advanced Testing for Gut, Immune, Brain Continued
Todd LePine, MD

5:00 pm

Triad 2 Gut/Immune/Brain
James LaValle, RPh, CCN

6:00 pm

Close of Session

Saturday, December 12

8:00 am

Triad 2 Cases
Faculty

10:00 am

Break

10:30 am

Advanced Cardiac Profile Testing
Mark Houston, MD, MS, MSc

11:30 am

Triad 3 Cardiopulmonary/‌Neuro/‌Vascular
Doreen Saltiel, MD

12:30 pm

Lecture Sponsored by KBMO (Non-CME)

2:00 pm

Triad 3 Cases
Faculty

3:30 pm

Break

4:00 pm

Advanced Testing for Toxins: Metals and Chemicals
Gordon Crozier, DO

5:30 pm

Organic Acid and Nutritional Testing
Pamela Smith, MD, MPH, MS

7:00 pm

Close of Session

Sunday, December 13

8:00 am

Pain Management
Sahar Swidan, PharmD, FMNM, ABAAHP

10:00 am

Break

10:30 am

Triad 4 Liver/‌Lymph/‌Kidney
James LaValle, RPh, CNN

11:30 am

Triad 4 Cases
Faculty

12:30 pm

Break

1:30 pm

Triad 4 Cases
Faculty

2:30 pm

Triad 5 Estrogen/‌Progesterone/‌Testosterone
Doreen Saltiel, MD

3:30 pm

Break

4:00 pm

Triad 5 Cases
Doreen Saltiel, MD

6:00 pm

Close of Session

DOWNLOAD SCHEDULE

Register

Module V

Physician $2500 USD ADD TO CART
Allied Health $2250 USD ADD TO CART