Chronic Infections
Part I

Delivering Sustained Wellness

On Demand

Chronic Infections concentrates on chronic infections, inflammation, and biotoxins. Experts will discuss clinical case studies, treatment practices and protocols, and how to manage Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome. Lecturers will additionally focus on the rapidly emerging field of genomics, and its application in treating inflammatory disorders. The sessions will also review novel brain assessment technologies, and the ways in which they can detect mold, Lyme Disease, and PTSD.


  • Review the genomic, proteomic, and inflammatory response to Biotoxins
  • Identify the genomic and transcriptomic expressions found in Mold, Lyme and CIRS
  • Review clinical algorithms to resolve the Chronic Inlammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)
  • Examine the neuro-inflammatory and neuro-structural impact of CIRS on the central nervous system
  • Compare prescribed and natural protocols that assess and/or treat chronic infection


CIRS: Definition and Treatment
Ritchie Shoemaker, MD
Acute and Chronic Lyme: From Antibiotics to CIRS
Keith Berndtson, MD
Complications in CIRS: Pulmonary hypertension, POTS and Auto‐immunity
Ritchie Shoemaker, MD
MARCoNS, Biofilms and Extracellular Products: What are those Bacteria Making?
Ritchie Shoemaker, MD
NeuroQuant: Volumetric Brain Assessment in Mold, Lyme and PTSD Treatment of Multi‐nuclear Atrophy
Ritchie Shoemaker, MD
Introduction to Genomics in CIRS
Jimmy Ryan, PhD
SRL, Genomics of Ribosomal and Mitochondrial Injury
Jimmy Ryan, PhD
Using a Transcriptome Report
Ritchie Shoemaker, MD &
Jimmy Ryan, PhD
To Treat with Transcriptomics
Ritchie Shoemaker, MD


Chronic Infections - Part I