Module VI: Mitochondrial Restoration and Infections


Module VI: Mitochondrial Restoration and Infections examines the role of mitochondria in overall health, with a specific focus on loss of function in mitochondria—the organelles chiefly responsible for cellular energy production. The module will not only review general mitochondrial dysfunction and restoration, but also survey the medical literature surrounding the role of infections in the body: with specific attention to Lyme disease and toxic mold therapies. Attendees will learn how to effectively treat infections and common age-related diseases, including dementia, cardiovascular disease, fatigue syndromes, and other genetic conditions.

Upon completion of this module, the participants will:

  • Recognize disease processes that are associated with poor thyroid transport and mitochondrial dysfunction
  • Learn new treatment modalities for mitochondrial dysfunction
  • Understand therapies to improve thyroid transport
  • Learn how to evaluate and work-up a patient with CFS and FM
  • Recognize the brain imaging changes that occur with CFS and FM
  • Identify immune abnormalities that can be present in CFS
  • Discuss the nutritional treatments for CFS
  • Learn the numerous metabolic/anti-aging treatment modalities from fibromyalgia
  • Learn IV therapies for the treatment of fibromyalgia
  • Learn common medications and natural products that contain salicylates

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Here’s What Fellows Are Saying About Module VI

"I plan on learning more and possible pursue a Master's degree in this area."

- Catherine Hickey

"Great Lectures. Really "love" how Dr Lavalle and Dr Heyman teach. Really enjoyed the cases with Dr Lavalle. Provided the global picture to disease and aging as inflammation and the body's lack of repair resources. Specifically PH Balance, mineralize, histamine status and Nutrient support!"

- David Tsai, MD