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#82 Laboratory Medicine Series Part-4 (Assessment Part-10)

Laboratory medicine is a cornerstone of proper diagnosis and patient safety. This series is designed to break down the commonly used laboratory investigations in naturopathic and functional medicine. It will describe the tests in each category, discuss their meaning and define next steps to follow when abnormalities are found.

#81 Lab Assessment Part-3 GI Lab Considerations

Laboratory medicine is a cornerstone of proper diagnosis and patient safety. This series is designed to break down the commonly used laboratory investigations in naturopathic and functional medicine. It will describe the tests in each category, discuss their meaning and define next steps to follow when abnormalities are found.

Laboratory Medicine Series Part 2

#80 Laboratory Assessment Part-2

In this webinar DrA will continue the lab assessment topics requested by subscribers. Our focus for this webinar will be pancreatic assessment, blood sugar assessment and “metabolic markers”.

Laboratory Medicine Series Part 1

#79 Laboratory Medicine Series: Part-1

Laboratory medicine is a cornerstone of proper diagnosis and patient safety. This series is designed to break down the commonly used laboratory investigations in naturopathic and functional medicine. It will describe the tests in each category, discuss their meaning and define next steps to follow when abnormalities are found.

#77 Cases in Neurochemistry

Neurochemistry is accessed daily in medicine by commonly used neuropsychiatric drug classes. In natural and integrative medicine, it is often confusing where to start with cases involving neurotransmitters and other factors due to overlap of signs and symptoms, concomitant medication use, and other issues. In this webinar Dr. Anderson will use his experience in thousands …

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#75 Immunology Part 5 Functional Immunology and Updates on TH1/2/17 Balance

Immunology is an ever-emerging part of biomedical science. In this session Dr. Anderson will update attendees regarding the Cell Mediated immune response, specifically where it concerns TH-1 and TH-2 effects, and their related immunology. The interrelationships between this portion of CMI and clinical medicine will be discussed.

#74 PharmPart-23 Vitamin C Use: Pharmacology, Safety, & Clinical Tips Q&A Part 2

The use of Vitamin C in integrative and Naturopathic medicine has a long history. The increase in use of newer forms such as liposomal oral products and wider use of IV Vitamin C has sparked a new group of clinical questions, safety and administration guidelines and general mechanism conundrums. This second installment CE is a …

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#72 – Biological Medicines

#72 – Biological Medicines: Clinical Tips, Considerations, and Integrations with natural medicines. Targeted biological therapies have in one way revolutionized some chronic GI diseases. In other ways they have complicated the landscape, monitoring and management of the GI patient. The positive and negative aspects of these therapies will be discussed. Common drugs, adverse events and …

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Basic Science Boards

NPLEX Review Series Basic Science Review Overview The current format includes a twenty-plus module series of presentations arranged in a case / organ / complaint format based on the clinical science format used by NABNE / NPLEX. Information based on learning content areas and seventeen years teaching and writing board exam questions will be given …

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Clinical Science Boards

NPLEX Review Series Clinical Science Review Overview The current format includes a twenty-plus module series of presentations arranged in a case / organ / complaint format based on the clinical science format used by NABNE / NPLEX. For each complaint / body system (Cardio, Neurology…) area the following topic areas will be focused on: Clinical …

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#71 Post COVID Syndrome

2.0 Hours Total / 1.0 Hours Pharmacology #71 Post COVID Syndrome Post-COVID syndrome affects a portion of patients who have had COVID-19. The random nature of the signs and symptoms and their intensity are perplexing to clinicians trying to help these patients. In this CME Dr. Anderson will break down data from over 1000 patients …

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#70 Toxins, Immune Function, and Cancer

#70 Toxins, Immune Function, and Cancer Outline: Risk factors for cancer and proposed mechanisms:Metal toxinsChemical toxinsMycotoxins Testing and assessment: Therapeutic Strategies:In the preventive settingIn the “secondary prevention” setting treating after cancer care to preventrecurrence Got a question? Head to the forum! Every Webinar has an associated, private forum. If you have a question, head there …

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#69 Injection Update IM and SQ

#69 Injection Update IM and SQ In this session Dr. Anderson will use his many decades injection experience to discuss customizing parenteral nutrient combinations and specific dosages for maximum efficacy. While this presentation will cover the pharmacology and administration of Vitamin, Mineral and Amino Acids it may also include appropriate drug agents. IV and IM …

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#62 COVID-19 Part-1 Clinician Updates

#62 COVID-19 Part-1 Clinician Updates With the urgent and changing landscape off the COVID-19 Pandemic several urgent needs arise for healthcare providers in the area of patient management. While this CE is NOT meant to re-hash the “known” factors such as social isolation, quarantine, hand washing etc. it IS designed to look at potential needs …

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#61 Assessment Part-5 Red Flags and Critical Diagnosis Management

#61 Assessment Part-5 Red Flags and Critical Diagnosis Management In both the chronic and acute care setting the presentation of concerning clinical signs and symptoms can create a diagnostic and management quandary. If ongoing the presentation may simply need to be watched and monitored, if new or exacerbated the presentation may require acute work up …

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#67 Immunology Part-4 Natural Immunologic Agents

#67 Immunology Part-4 Natural Immunologic Agents The plethora of new data regarding some natural immunologic agents is seemingly never ending. In this course we will specifically look at current data, testing and assessment and clinical factors in the use of common immunologic natural agents.

#66 Controversies in Oncology

#66 Controversies in Oncology Controversies (or maybe not) in Integrative Oncology: We hear “sound bites” saying ‘DON’T USE THIS IN CANCER PATIENTS’, or ‘THIS IS DANGEROUS’ etc. and are often confused. It becomes more confusing when the ‘experts’ will not all agree, and the treating physician is often not in a position to delve deeply …

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#65 Immunology Part-3 Immunology Clinician Update

#65 Immunology Part-3 Immunology Clinician Update Immunology is one of the most rapidly changing disciplines in clinical medicine. In this CME Dr. Anderson will break down the commonly understood processes in the human immune response and how those relate to factors such as cytokines and chemokines, growth factors and other immunobiology. Where appropriate immunological crossover …

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#63 Assessment Part-6 Managing Comorbidity in Chronic Cases

#63 Assessment Part-6 Managing Comorbidity in Chronic Cases The chronically ill patient is difficult to manage considering their primary concerns regardless of cause. And while they often have infectious, hormonal, GI, toxic or many other underlying conditions to manage it is often the “transitory symptoms” that create the biggest clinical management troubles. In this webinar …

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#44 PHARM Part-15 Acute Use of Thyroid and Adrenal-RX

#44 PHARM Part-15 Acute Use of Thyroid and Adrenal-RX Key concepts of “Thyroid and Adrenal Therapies in the Acute or Chronic Illness Setting: Pharmacology, Management and Suppression” are discussed in this webinar with Dr. Anderson.

#47 2019 USP-FDA Compounding Update

#47 USP-FDA Compounding Update USP 797> in process for 2019-2020. What are the risk levels for in office compounding. What do you need to do in your office for compliance. What if you are inspected. How do you make your equipment, processes and procedures compliant. In office compounding, office use drugs, cleanroom and other compliance. …

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#28 Immunology Part-1 Low Dose Naltrexone

#28 Immunology Part-1 Low Dose Naltrexone Overview: Basic pharmacology of Naltrexone Low versus High Dose Strategies Low Dose Mechanisms Clinical Uses Prescribing Guidelines Resources

#30 NEURO Part-1 Neurological Therapies

#30 NEURO Part-1 Neurological Therapies Inflammation, Healing and Incorporation of Natural Therapies Topic Outline: 1.) Key concepts in functiono Nutrition – Cell Support – Neurotransmission – Balance 2.) Primary pathogenesis – Inflammation – Malnutrition – Imbalance 3.) Treating / correcting imbalance and dysfunction -Inflammation -Malnutrition -Imbalance

#31 Food Allergy and Sensitivity Syndromes

#31 Food Allergy and Sensitivity Syndromes Food Allergy and Sensitivity Syndromes Topic Outline: Immunology Food Allergy and Sensitivity Basics Types of testing Implications of Testing Interventions and Monitoring

#33 Kidney and Liver Functions Lab and Clinical Effects

#33 Kidney and Liver Functions Lab and Clinical Effects Topic Outline: 1.) Liver functions and clinical relevance Mechanisms Medications and supplements Clinical discussion 2.). Kidney function and clinical relevance Mechanisms Medications and supplements Clinical discussion CME Total 1.5 hours – Of that pharmacology CME is 1.5 hours The purchase of this product is designed for …

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#34 Organic Acid Testing (OAT) and Interpretation

#34 Organic Acid Testing (OAT) and Interpretation Topic Outline: WHAT ARE ORGANIC ACIDS? HOW ARE ORGANIC ACIDS ASSAYED FOR MEDICAL REASONS? HOW ARE ORGANIC ACIDS TESTS USED FOR PATHOLOGIC IMPORTANCE? INTERPRETATIONS

#35 PHARM Part-13 Migraine Assessment and Treatment

#35 PHARM Part-13 Migraine Assessment and Treatment Overview – Migraine Myths Migraine is neither an “extreme headache” nor a psychosomatic condition, as many patients and some healthcare providers continue to believe. One of the most pervasive misconceptions is that migraine is a vascular disease. Current and emerging evidence disproves this notion and has established that …

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#32 HBOT-1 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapies General

#32 HBOT-1 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapies General Hyperbaric Oxygen Uses, Pharmacology and Management Topic Outline: What is HBOT Chamber Types / Pressures Prescription Parameters Neurological Considerations Oncology

#36 PCOS

#36 PCOS PCOS – Assessment and Treatment Considerations Dr. Anderson discusses the PCOS, the history, and latest developments, as well as clinical observations.

#37 Detoxification Part-2 Fluoroquinolone Toxicity

#37 Detoxification Part-2 Fluoroquinolone Toxicity Treatment Considerations Fluoroquinolones (FQs) are among the most potent antimicrobial agents, which have seen their increasing use as human and veterinary medicines to control bacterial infections. FQs have been extensively found in surface water and municipal wastewaters, which has raised great concerns due to their negative impacts to humans and …

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#25 IV Injection Q&A Part-2

#25 IV Injection Q&A Part-2 An update regarding injection therapies, how the newer rules for compounding change things and time for questions. Part-1: Rules for compounding and handling Part-2: Injection therapy updates and clinical thinking

#24 Nutrigenomic Basics with Q&A

#24 Nutrigenomic Basics with Q&A A basic approach to nutrigenomics, how epigenetics interact and how to navigate treatment with patients.

#22 PHARM Part-9 Chronic Pain Medication Weaning

#22 PHARM Part-9 Chronic Pain Medication Weaning In this webinar, Dr. Anderson will discuss the basics of pain medication pharmacology and weaning from those medications. Assessment Therapy Management

#23 Assessment Part-1 Chronic Cases Review and Clinical Thinking

#23 Assessment Part-1 Chronic Cases Review and Clinical Thinking Modern chronic illness is more complex and difficult to assess and treat than ever before. Aggravating factors such as infectious and immune effect, genomic variations, toxicants and others make the chronically ill patient complex. This session is designed to list the research behind these crossover points …

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#17 PHARM Part-8 Respiratory Pharmacology Part-1 Prescription Management

#17 PHARM Part-8 Respiratory Pharmacology Part-1 Prescription Management In this webcall Dr. Anderson will describe the clinically relevant issues surrounding the choice of, dosing for and tapering off of steroid medications (including respiratory medications). How best to do it? How to use natural medications in the process? Case examples and Q&A included.

#13 PHARM Part-5 Pediatric Dosing Strategies

Therapeutics, Organ System #13 PHARM Part-5 Pediatric Dosing Strategies In this webcall Dr. Anderson will describe the clinically relevant issues surrounding dose adjustments for pediatric patients. Calculation strategies, what matters most and clinical examples of Oral, IV and Injection therapies will be discussed.

#10 IV Injection Q&A Part-1

Therapeutics, Clinical Thinking #10 IV Injection Q&A Part-1 Questions include: What is causing delayed onset fever, malaise and chills after an IV? Do we need special tubing for ALA? GSH protocol for skin lightening? Comments on Dr. Berkson’s ALA protocol and how to decide which IV protocol to give for cancer patients? An explanation and …

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#07 Histamine Triggers MCAS and Therapies

Organ Systems, Therapeutics #07 Histamine Triggers MCAS and Therapies This webcall will focus differently from the prior one on histamine in June, as it concentrates on peripheral histamine metabolism in atopy, allergy and like conditions. We review HIS in the CNS, including neurotransmitter balance and metabolism then move to catecholamine metabolism, methylation and interactions with …

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#06 Autoimmunity Part-1 Overview and Case Assessment

Organ Systems, Therapeutics #06 Autoimmunity Part-1 Overview and Case Assessment We start off with general thoughts in AI about assessing “cause” from allergy to toxicity, then move on to laboratory assessment and do an extensive discussion of the best therapeutics and treatment plans encompassing endocrine, chronic infection, snps, GI health, IV therapies etc. We include …

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#02 Neuroinflammation, Histamine and other Inflammatory Mediators

#02 Neuroinflammation, Histamine and other Inflammatory Mediators “This webinar discusses histamine actions in the body, peripherally and in CNS. Histamine metabolism, elimination pathways and necessary nutrients for optimal pathway function. Methylation and histamine, interactions between Glutamate and histamine and leaky gut and leaky Blood Brain Barrier BBB and immunologic mediated inflammation. Chronic infections, mitochondrial support …

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#01 05.15 EBV Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management

EBV Diagnosis This course discussed the appropriate diagnosis and treatment of EBV. It includes lab testing, patient assessment, comorbidity and global treatment with prescription and natural medicines. Got a question? Head to the forum! Every Webinar has an associated, private forum. If you have a question, head there and ask. Go To Forum (Beta)

#20 Chronic Infections Part-2 Infectious Agents Lyme and Others

#20 Chronic Infections Part-2 Infectious Agents Lyme and Others n this webinar, Dr. Anderson will discuss Lyme Disease: A top-down approach In the last webinar, we discussed the various levels of assessment and management in the chronically infected patient. The focus was mainly on assessment and management of this complex category of human illness, and …

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#59 Detoxification Part-4 Metabolic Toxins

#59 Detoxification Part-4 Metabolic Toxins Sulfites, Oxalates, Pyrroles, Salicylates, Aldehydes, Alcohols, & Related Compounds. The implications for human health when dealing with metabolic toxins are many and far reaching. Sulfates, Oxalates, Pyrroles, Salicylates, Aldehydes, Alcohols and related compounds. Each can arise as a health issue from direct exposure, metabolism of other substances, diseases, genomic pathway …

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#58 Chronic Infections Part-4 Natural Agent Management

#58 Chronic Infections Part-4 Natural Agent Management In this webinar Dr. Anderson will outline the use of natural medicines in chronic infectious cases. Botanical and other agents will be discussed as will pharmacology, dosing, potential toxicity and other safety issues. AANP CME 2 hours / 2 of which are Pharmacology

#57 PHARM Part-18 Strong Botanicals (“Low Dose,” “Toxic,” “Eclectic,” etc.) Pharmacology Dosing Clinical Use Safety

#57 PHARM Part-18 Strong Botanicals (“Low Dose,” “Toxic,” “Eclectic,” etc.) Pharmacology Dosing Clinical Use Safety In this webinar we will look at the safe and effective use of herbal medications most people only know historically. These herbs were used quite effectively in the historical traditions of American herbalists, the “Eclectic” Physicians and many others. In …

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#55 PHARM Part-17 Benzodiazepines Pharmacology Prescribing Tapering and Management

#55 PHARM Part-17 Benzodiazepines Pharmacology Prescribing Tapering and Management Benzodiazepines – Prescribing, monitoring and tapering. In this session Dr. Anderson will discuss the most common classes of anxiety and sleep medications in the benzodiazepine class. Their pharmacology and prescribing will be contrasted with their effects on the human brain. Crossovers with nutritional substances and effective …

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#54 NEURO Part-5 Neurological Manifestations in Chronic patients – Assessments and Management

#54 NEURO Part-5 Neurological Manifestations in Chronic patients – Assessments and Management Although a chronic illness may not seem to be happening in the body many patients have neurological manifestations which can be both surprising as well as difficult to find and treat. These can be cancer, chronic infections, mold illness, toxicity and others. In …

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#53 Assessment Part-4 Interrelationships in Chronic Disease

#53 Assessment Part-4 Interrelationships in Chronic Disease Is it true that cancer, infections, autoimmunity and environmental disruptors all “feed on” each other? What does the science really say? If so how do we fit this into our thought process with patients? How does this inform: Prevention? Treatment? Assessment?

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