$50 – $350

What Works in Clinical Medicine

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Kingsgate Marriott Conference Hotel at the University of Cincinnati

151 Goodman Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45219

Cincinnati, OH 45219

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If you haven’t been to an ICIM meeting before, you’re in for a treat! With a supportive family atmosphere, the best food in the industry, and colleagues passionate about science and healing, our learning environment is transformative. Program Chair Carol Petersen RPh writes, “We are emphasizing the practical. It’s the time for debate, clinical pearls, and camaraderie. Carry home goodies and nuggets for your practice from masters. Nourish yourself with food and fun and time with your colleagues.”

What really shows results in clinical medicine? We will examine the evidence with refreshed rigor and enthusiasm using a new AAFP CME Credit System called Blended Learning. We will engage in a hybrid of activities to put our heads together and move beyond opinion or hyperbole to create an action plan that will change your practice, adding new ideas that work for your patients.

Make your plans to come early! We have six lead-in workshops to choose from.

Make your plans to stay for Sunday! We will be providing a late brunch, and baggage hold for a special focus on opioid use, addiction and prevention from 10 am -1 pm. If you are coming to the Main Congress Saturday, Sunday's Opioid Symposium is included- no need to register again and pay an extra $50.

Main Congress

Resource people Jeffrey Dach MD, Karen von Merveldt-Guevara MD, Phyllis Bronson PhD, Hal Blatman MD, Barrie Tan PhD, Lou Diorio RPh, Dan Nelson MD, and Bryan J. Treacy, MD are on the agenda to present evidence about what works for hormone balance, manual medicine, controversies in nutritional supplementation, office compounding, and opioid addiction recovery.

Plus, we’ll hear updates on Ozone with Frank Shallenburger MD, cord blood live cells therapies with A.J Farshchian MD, and an exciting lecture from Joel E. Mortensen MD, Director Diagnostic Infectious Diseases Testing Laboratory, at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center: The future of flora analysis – culturomics to metagenomics.

Lead in workshops:

Revolution Practice Management (at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden)

Learn new and innovative medical practice re-design with tools and tips taught by two medical professionals who have been in the trenches and come out vibrant and successful.

End Pain

Hal Blatman MD will once again present his popular workshop about effective pain treatments you can bring to your patients on Monday morning.

What’s new in cord blood live cells: OrthoRegenesis, NeuroRegenesis, OpticRegenesis, SexualRegenesis (at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden)

Join A.J Farshchian MD and Bernardo Lessa-Bastos from the Center for Regenerative Medicine in a training program for physicians only. In 2005 Dr. Farshchian performed the first autologous stem cell transplantation into an arthritic knee in U.S.A. Since 2012 he has served as a consulting Regenerative Medicine physician for the USA Olympics Track and Field team.

Resetting the Body Temperature with T3 Therapy (at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden)

Denis Wilson MD will present the details of the T3 therapy protocol that he pioneered over 20 years ago that enables physicians to normalize low body temperatures such that the temperatures often remain improved even after the treatment has been discontinued.

IVs for First Timers (at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden)

Taught by veteran teacher Robban Sica MD.

Radically New Perspectives & Treatment Options:
Nutritional Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA) cross-referenced with Comprehensive Blood Panels (at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden)

Mineral imbalances may be the largest factor in the etiology of human diseases. Every enzyme in the human body is dependent on mineral cofactors for its structure, its induction and its function. Explore options for diagnosis and treatment with speaker Karen von Merveldt-Guevara MD.

It wouldn’t be ICIM if we weren’t having fun, so get ready for …

Our emcee for the conference - local comedian John Bromels.

Tunes and Blooms - enjoy a spring evening and concert Thursday night with friends at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, a short walk from our hotel.

Party for the Planet - celebrate Earth Day at the zoo with organizations on hand Thursday to share their expertise and resources about living more sustainably within our communities.

Over-the-Rhine neighborhood - once the center of German beer brewers and pork packers, with the nation's largest collection of 19th-century Italianate architecture. Explore it after Happy Hour in the exhibit hall Friday.

Reach for the stars as Drake Planetarium sets up a huge movable dome to transform our exhibit hall Saturday night, celebrating a love of science and the many wonders of our universe. ICIM member Ann Burton MD will present a lecture on the humanism of Star Trek.

Sunday Breakfast concert with Janice Sunflower, Native American flutist.

Jungle Jim’s, a regional phenomenon, and a massive 200,000 square feet of international and whole foods. Stay for an ICIM tour on Sunday afternoon.

Book your room online at our hotel by March 27 to get our room block rate of $129, or call (888) 720-1299 and ask for the ICIM Spring Conference.

Questions? Contact ICIM through our website and we will be happy to help.

Comments from Fall 2017 evaluations:

Lectures and speakers were wonderful
Kindness, community was awesome
Loved this conference so much wish it was one day longer
ICIM is brining innovative ideas and therapies “to the table”
The creativity surrounding the lectures – the “fun stuff” lessens the stress of unfamiliar environment and unfamiliar social environs
The community of attendees is fantastic -warm, welcoming, and interesting
Plenty of time for exhibitors, lectures, and friends
Feeding my brain, intellect, curiosity as well as creativity
Brilliant presenters, cheerful kind staff and venue





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