Functional Forum on SPMs: From Research to Practice by: Benita Phillips, DO

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Functional Forum on SPMs: From Research to Practice by: Benita Phillips, DO

Event is live and virtual for one hour starting: 5PM PT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET. During this presentation you'll learn:

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Benita Phillips, DO will cover:

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

  • How SPMs, a class of signaling molecules derived from polyunsaturated fatty acids, can program immune cells to naturally resolve the inflammatory cycle
  • Why many anti-inflammatory approaches we currently employ can paradoxically contribute to long-term low-grade inflammation by inhibiting the resolution process
  • Practical tips and strategies for therapeutic management of inflammation in a clinical setting

OBJECTIVES:

  • Understand the two stages of inflammation—initiation and resolution
  • Learn how SPMs influence immune cell functioning and promote inflammation resolution
  • Review factors that influence endogenous SPM production and when exogenous SPM administration is justified
  • Understand protocols and case studies utilizing exogenous SPM administration and their outcomes

We encourage you to bring your questions about protocols or complicated cases or any other questions you encountered in your practice. This is a peer-to-peer collaboration and your opportunity to get your questions answered.

Limited number of seats available for in person attendance (Nashville, TN area)… or join us virtually. Event is live and virtual for one hour starting: 5PM PT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET. Those attending live should arrive at 6:30PM CT.

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Presenter bio:

As founder and medical director of Alive and Well Health, Benita Phillips, DO specializes in bioidentical hormone replacement, preventive and integrative medicine, and wellness to the Nashville and surrounding areas. By integrating stress reduction with a fitness regimen, proper nutrition, and supplementation, in combination with bioidentical hormone therapy, she helps patients increase their quality of life. Dr. Phillips strongly believes that by providing the body with the tools and environment it needs, you allow and encourage the body to heal itself. Dr. Phillips' goal is for each of her patients to feel and to be their absolute best. Her excellent listening skills and compassion as well as her innate ability to educate and communicate in laymen's terms make her an outstanding physician and excellent presenter.