Chronic Infections
Part II

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.


  • Establish a diagnostic framework in order to improve understanding of chronic infections and inflammation
  • Define the characteristics of chronic Lyme Disease, and detail the polymicrobial complexity of tick-borne illnesses
  • Discuss the ways to connect traditional inflammation & infection scientific literature with newer integrative clinical techniques
  • Review the diagnostic challenges of Lyme Disease, and the ways in which strategies like mass spectrometry-based proteomics can address unmet public health needs
  • Identify unique, effective inflammation and infection compounded pharmacy solutions, including neurotrophic formulas for brain neuroregeneration


Clinical Application of Chronic Infections and Biotoxins
Andrew Heyman, MD
Diagnostic Challenges in Tick Born Diseases
Alesandra Luchini, PhD
Lyme Assessment and Treatment
Sam Shor, MD
Integrative Treatment of The Biotoxin Patient
Kristine Gedroic, MD
Neurolipids in the Management of Chronic Infections and Biotoxins
Patricia C. Kane, PhD
Lyme Treatment Considerations for the New Practitioner
Gary Huber, MD
General Compounding in Lyme and CIRS
Sahar Swidan, PharmD, BCPS, ABAAHP, FMNM
Compounded Neurotrophics for the Biotoxin Patient
Ray Solano, RPh


Chronic Infections - Part II