This is the first comprehensive course ever offered by two of the world’s experts on Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome. Drs. Heyman and Shoemaker have created an intensive, 4-week online educational experience designed for the health professional seeking proficiency and certification in treating Biotoxin Illness, including comprehensive management of the Mold and Lyme patient.
Up to 20% of the US population is vulnerable to biotoxin exposures, leading to chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, neuroinflammatory related disorders, cardiopulmonary problems, gastrointestinal dysfunction, and immune impairment. Every Anti-aging, Functional and Integrative practitioner must know how to treat this condition since it is so common, and often underlies hormonal imbalances, ‘leaky gut,’ mood and memory problems, weight gain and so many other complaints treated by our specialty.
Students will have direct access to faculty during the entire course through weekly discussion boards, case analysis, literature reviews and paper submissions. The Blackboard learning environment ensures active faculty interaction, while delivering multi-modal content though video, academic articles, book chapters, and a variety of assignments. This is the graduate level program you have been waiting for to learn how to manage some of your most complex patients. Class size is limited to 40 participants to ensure personal attention by faculty for every student. Advanced topics will be covered in Part B.
To review the epidemiology and case definition of CIRS
To perform a comprehensive evaluation of the CIRS patient
To understand ancillary testing and its contribution towards proper diagnosis
To synthesize and apply validated treatments for the CIRS patient, including those affected by Mold and Lyme disease
To apply a Functional and Integrative medicine therapeutic approach to the CIRS patient.
To understand how to manage special populations within CIRS
Andrew Heyman, MD, MHSA is an internationally recognized expert in Integrative Medicine. He is currently the Program Director of Integrative and Metabolic Medicine at The George Washington University. Prior to assuming this role, he spent 16 years at the University of Michigan, serving to build one of the largest and most successful academic-based Integrative Medicine programs in the United States...
Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker is a 1973 graduate of Duke University and a 1977 graduate of Duke Medical School, completing a Family Practice Residency at Williamsport Hospital in 1980. Dr. Shoemaker began his rural primary care family practice in Pocomoke, Maryland in 1980: where he lives today. Beginning with the outbreak of Pfiesteria Human Illness Syndrome in 1996...