This 2-day lecture covers a wide range of pathophysiological concepts allowing for therapeutic targeting for the utility of translating them into clinical applications.

 

Understanding of contemporary pathological mechanisms based on cellular biology and perturbations thereof, in some circles known as functional medicine, is the language that unites allopathic and naturopathic medicines. The contemporary mechanism has been elucidated which allows for a link between traditional medicine and 21st-century medical science. This much allows for increased clinical certainty and perhaps stimulates the critical questions required to help form that so important patient care algorithm.

 

The lecture will cover approximately 20 main concepts found throughout pathophysiology, sharing with the attendee some of the most contemporary models as related to common clinical presentations and the elements thereof.

 

From this point of understanding the clinician can base their therapeutic applications within the context of these mechanisms and models ultimately contributing to better patient outcomes and standards of practice.

 

Cost: $355.00

 

What's the Value?

  • Saves you hours of research time on your cases

  • Up to 16 hours of Lecture CE credits

  • 1 booklet with printed PowerPoints

  • Lecture references

  • 25% Discount on my online Integrative Nephrology presentation with a code given for those who attend the lectures

 

 

Lecture Overview

1) Nocebo-Placebo Effect In Research

 

2) The Importance of In-House Testing (we can actually do this in the lecture)

  • Heart Rate Variability

  • Nitric Oxide testing

  • Urine Malondialdehyde

  • A Simple Test to see if Emotions are an Element of Physical Signs

 

3) Unifying Mechanisms of Disease/mTOR/AMPK/NrF2/REDOX

 

4) Disease and Vagal  Tone

 

5) Inflammation, Autoimmune Disease, and the Nervous System

 

6) Angiotensin II Regulated Brain Inflammation

 

7) Herbs for Regeneration of Vascular Tissue and Down-Regulation of Brain Inflammation

 

8) Anxiety and Depression as a Signal of Brain Inflammation and Methylation Issues

 

9) Gut Regulated Brain Inflammation and Biofilms

 

10) Klotho the Antiaging Gene

 

11) Up-Regulating NrF2 and Mitochondria Support

 

12) Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis -Cannabinoids and Herbal Polyphenols 

 

13)  Teeth-Gut-Kidney/Heart Axis and its Relation to Loss of Sulfate and Leaky Gut 

 

14) Anemia and Labs indicating Anemia of Chronic Disease-

 

15) Podocytopathies: The new categorization of kidney disease

  • Inflammatory nephropathy

  • Diabetic nephropathy

  • Hypertensive nephropathy

  • Nephrotic syndrome

  • Polycystic Kidney disease

 

16) Fundamentals Treatment Concepts for Renal Dialysis patients: A Model for Cardiovascular Disease and           Aging

 

17) Basic Transplant Science

 

18) P450 of Common Drugs Used in Practice

 

19) High Blood Pressure, Thoracic Pressure - Neutraceutical Overview

 

20) Review of Homeopathic Miasms and the Use of State as a Therapeutic Guide

 

21) Acupuncture – Some Research Offerings

 

22) Methylation for Addictions and Control of Alpha Adrenergic Output

 

23) Immune Boosters – Some Research from Germany

 

24) The use of Garlic, Onions, and Leeks for Antiaging Gene Activation

 

25) IV therapy – The uses of High Dose Vitamin C for Adrenal and Central Fatigue

 

26) Curcumin for Itching – The Many Faces of Itching, the Many Treatments (DAO and pregnancy)

 

27) Is Sugar Really that Bad for You? What About High Protein Diets?

 

 

28) Clinical Applications of Concepts

  • Case of the largest liver in the world

  • Case of the multiple operations man

  • The girl who had a pet spider

  • Transplant rejection and heart attack or just Iliopsoas and pectoralis minor

  • How to turn wood into stone

  • Patients who smoke to control their colitis

  • Cases using the remedies Altitude, Tarantula and Ruta – how the patient's environment can reflect the indicted remedy

  • The girl who could not swallow her twin leaving for College

 

29) Synopsis of Lecture

 

30) Closing Remarks

 

 

 

All attendees will get a letter of completion.

 

  • Sign up by going to drquinn-nd.com 

  • Click Learners'

  • All lecture information including dates and venue location will be posted

  • Register through Paypal payment

  • Print off your receipt

  • Go hug someone you Love

  • Bring it to lecture for confirmation

  • Not the hug the receipt

 

See you there!

Best regards,

Dr Quinn Rivet ND