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Your Infectious Personality: Microbial & Viral Influence on Mood Disorders

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Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel

2000 Northwest 19th Street

Boca Raton, FL 33431

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With mood disorders, such as anxiety and depression, it is important to be at the forefront when addressing these conditions.

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Traditional methods leave much to be desired and patients are left with very few options from both the natural and pharmaceutical world. The role of infections in the pathogenesis of different mood disorders may hold the key. In fact, some viruses can directly affect the central nervous system while other microbes can manipulate nervous system function from a distance.

SEMINAR SCHEDULE

8:30-9:30am

  • Intro to personality and mood disorders
  • Mood disorder statistics and growth trends
  • Why are we seeing such an increase?
  • What are the current options

9:30-10:15am

  • Review neurochemistry as it relates to different mood disorders
  • Discuss infections that directly affect neurohomonal pathways

10:15-10:30am

  • Break

10:30-11:15am

  • Explain diet and environmental exposures that can make one more susceptible to these disorders

11:15am-12:30pm

  • Discuss the microbiome and how it relates to neurochemistry
  • Identify potential pathogens that may colonize the patient and lead to altered chemistry
  • Compare current pharmaceutical regimens to some alternative or synergistic compounds

12:30-1:30pm

  • Lunch provided by Biotics Research

1:30-2:30pm

  • Discuss and review the immune response
  • Identify immune tolerance and immune silence
  • Link immune disruption to mood disorders

2:30-3:30pm

  • Look at the viruses and bacteria that indirectly effect mood through inflammatory mechanisms
  • Nutrition for immune/inflammation
  • Nutritional support for normal, healthy immune function

3:30-3:45pm

  • Break

3:45-4:45pm

  • Testing for different viruses, bacteria and immune function
  • Review labs that are accessible clinically
  • Real patient cases and protocols

4:45-6:00pm

  • Where do we go with this information?
  • Educating the patient on stress management and positive outlook
  • Evidence-based nutritional protocols

Presenter Bio:

Dr. Brett Wisniewski was born and raised in New Jersey. He attended Monmouth University where he received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology with concentrated studies in chemistry. Dr. Brett attended Palmer College of Chiropractic and graduated Cum Laude, with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. He then went on to study at the University of Florida where he completed his master's degree in molecular cell biology with a concentration in immunology. Dr. Brett also holds diplomates from the American Board of Chiropractic nternists (DABCI) and the American Board of Clinical Nutrition (DACBN). Dr. Brett is both an instructor and administrator for multiple DABCI programs across the country and holds a seat on the executive board for the American Board of Clinical Nutrition.

Information Regarding CEU's:

  • 8 Hours Applied for FL by Logan College of Chiropractic
  • Application for CE (ACBN) Approval made in all states
  • CBCN approves 8 CE hours towards annual recertification
  • Pending PDA Points through NCCAOM

If you are requesting CE credits for attending this seminar, you MUST do the following…

  1. Sign in at the correct time and initial
  2. Sign out at the correct time and initial
  3. Complete the CE Request Form
  4. Hand your completed CE Request Form to the Biotics Research Representative before you leave the seminar

***Due to state board rules, CE request forms will not be accepted unless they are submitted at the seminar.

***The state of Florida requires attendees to present photo ID.

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Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel

2000 Northwest 19th Street

Boca Raton, FL 33431

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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