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ICIM x Flipped Classroom Experience: Endocrine Ecosystem

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ICIM x Flipped Classroom Experience: “Endocrine Ecosystem: Balanced Hormones and Reduced Toxicity for patient Health and Happiness”

In addition to our regular in-person conference, ICIM is pleased to announce a new distance learning opportunity: the flipped classroom! When you order this product you will receive either a password or a flash drive featuring 7.5 hours of CME content (including a live webinar) and 15 lectures by ICIM speakers, accompanying PowerPoint slides.

Learn from our panel of speakers from the comfort of your home before committing to our in-person event by buying the ICIM x Flipped Classroom for $500. If your interest is piqued (and we know it will be!), you are invited to “pay the difference” of $250 for full, in-person access to expanded lectures, discussion, connection, local adventures and fine dining at our face-to-face Endocrine Ecosystem conference in Memphis, TN on March 10-14, 2021. Register for the in-person meeting online here, or download a registration form.

ICIM x Flipped Classroom Experience features:

Jonathan V. Wright, MD Body Language: Clues from the Physical Exam for Testing and Treatment

Joel Kahn, MD Plants Diets: The New Intervention

Phyllis Bronson, PhD Mood Biochemistry of Women: Hormones Past Menopause

Carol Petersen, RPh, CNP Urban Myths & Hormone Replacement

Jeff Dach, MD Men Need Their Hormones, Too

Panel Discussion between Drs. Bronson, Petersen, Dach and Brownstein The Molecular Basis of Aging

Angela Cortal, ND It's not just "wear and tear": addressing hormone, inflammatory and toxic factors in degenerative joint disease

Devaki Lindsey Berkson MA DC CNS DCBN CAN The Vindication of Estrogen: hormones and breast cancer

*David Brownstein Overcoming Thyroid Disorders, and The Statin Disaster

*Tara Thompson, Pharm D Hormone Restoration Therapy: Compounding Possibilities

*Russ Jaffe, MD, PhD Stress, Hormones and Immune System: A Physiology Before Pharmacology Approach

*John Hall, PhD & Josephine Scandale Beljanski Extracts for Cancer, Inflammation and Immune Support / Beljanski Approach to Wellness

*Michael Platt, MD Adrenaline; the fight-or-flight hormone

John Richardson Integrative Medicine Overview

Alan McDaniel Adrenal and Reverse T3

Hormones are a fundamental part of physiology. A comprehensive understanding of health requires a thorough grasp on the endocrine system and the hormones that it uses to communicate. As our understanding of the physiology of hormones progresses, we are realizing that biochemical individuality requires a variety of approaches to restore physiological balance; a single approach will not work for all patients.

For this reason, we must explore a variety of methods for restoring endocrine health. There are a multitude of possible approaches to quantify hormones and their effects, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. In identifying appropriate treatment methods, we must take into consideration the myriad influences on our endocrine system: from genetics and epigenetics to stresses on the system including direct assaults on our hormonal response by toxicants and pollutants.

Objectives:

1. Improve the understanding of hormones on human health.

2. Discuss influence of stress on the endocrine system

3. Learn the impact of external sources, from medications, foods, and nutrients, to xenobiotics and pollutants, on hormones and hormonal response.

For more information on our face-to-face meeting March 10-14:

www.IntegrativeMedicineConference.com

Questions? Contact us:

wendy@ICIMed.com

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