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Introduction to Flower Essence Therapy
Monday, January 23, 2017 | 6 – 9 p.m.
Join the Traditional Roots Institute for an evening introducing the use of flower essences in clinical practice. We will discuss the philosophy and history behind this important herbal modality, preparations and dosing, and specific indications for several commonly used remedies. The class also includes case studies drawn from Dr. Izakson’s clinical practice.
Autoimmune Disorders Conference
January 28-29, 2017
Leading experts will present new methods for the diagnosis and treatment of common autoimmune disorders, including rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, thyroiditis, and more. Current research and integrative strategies for managing these conditions will be highlighted.
4th Annual Food as Medicine Symposium
February 11-12, 2017
The fourth annual Food as Medicine Symposium will focus on the effect of food on the microbiome and explore the connection to gut, brain, skin, and immune system health. Gain a stronger understanding of the intricacies of fermentation and the application of therapeutic diets.
Herbal Mixology Winter/Spring 2017
February 13, March 20 and April 17 | 6 – 9 p.m.
Back by popular demand! A three-part series focusing on blending botanicals into tasty tonics. Blending the ancient world of botanical medicine with that of the modern bar mixologist, this class develops a flavorful and healing balance between the nasty tasting tinctures of the past and cocktails loaded with sugar at your local bar. All sessions include lectures, and hands-on projects with recipes and samples to take home.
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CV Sciences Dinner & Learn with Aimee Shunney
February 16, 2017, 5:30- 7:30 p.m.
Cannabidiol (CBD) has been receiving a lot of attention in the medical community for its wide range of health benefits. This presentation will cover a combination of the current state of research along with realtime clinical application of CBD, current pharmacological implications and what sources of CBD are best for your practice.
Health Biz Expo – Dermatology: Healthy Skin from the Inside Out
Saturday, March 11, 2017
As the largest organ in the body, skin can create a picture of what is occurring internally. Learn about multi-faceted treatment options as well as research and updates on understanding the underlying causes to external symptoms.
Fifth Annual Women’s Health Symposium
Saturday & Sunday, March 25–26, 2017
Medical experts will discuss women’s top health concerns: fertility, menopause, breast cancer and heart disease. Integrate alternative modalities with conventional medicine into a comprehensive integrative medical practice. Useful clinical assessment will include lab-testing and genomics. Keep abreast of and manage pharmacologic, nutritional and herbal treatment protocols. Ayurvedic medicine and traditional healing modalities will be offered including physical medicine approaches, Acupuncture and massage.
45th Parallel Classical Chinese Medicine Conference
April 8-9, 2017
Join us for NUNM’s first annual Chinese Medicine conference! Classical methods and philosophies will be featured. This conference is designed for acupuncturists and Chinese medicine practitioners, but all practitioners and physicians are encouraged to attend.
2017 Traditional Roots Herbal Conference
May 19-21, 2017
The fourth annual Traditional Roots Herbal Conference draws on clinical tradition and modern scientific research to offer the best of both worlds. Enrich your knowledge of materia medica, both for general conditions and as applied to clinical cases.
2017 SIBO Symposium
June 3-4, 2017
Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth has been linked with many cases of IBD and IBS, chronic conditions that affect millions of patients. Learn how to diagnose and treat SIBO in your practice. Lab testing procedures, dietary protocols, prescription medications and manual therapies will all be reviewed. New research on SIBO will be presented.
2017 Medical Cannabis Conference
July 29-30, 2017
Learn about regulatory issues affecting medical cannabis in Oregon and explore answers to common questions that patients ask about medical cannabis. Clinical experts with experience utilizing medical cannabis in their practice will discuss treatment protocols, including drug interactions, contraindications, and dosages.
Primary Care Conference
August 19-20, 2017
This conference will include updates on physical examination techniques and other in-office procedures that are commonly performed by primary care providers. All aspects of primary care, including new models for practice management such as patient-centered primary care homes, will be highlighted.
Integrative Genetics Conference
September 23-24, 2017
Explore new advancements in genetic testing and analysis that can enhance the diagnosis and treatment of challenging conditions. Learn about pharmacogenetics—the study of inherited genetic differences in drug metabolic pathways that can affect individual responses to drugs. Deepen your knowledge on how epigenetic changes can affect your patients.
2017 Gastroenterology Conference
October 21-22, 2017
Learn new strategies for managing a variety of GI conditions, including liver disease, GERD, bacterial infections, colorectal cancer, leaky gut and more. Gastroenterology experts will share clinical pearls, discuss patient cases, and provide detailed treatment protocols.
Integrative Mental Health Conference
November 18-19, 2017
Integrative mental health is a multimodal approach to mental well-being that incorporates complementary therapies such as nutrition and mind-body medicine with conventional care. Learn how you can provide effective support for your patients by utilizing these therapies in your practice and collaborating with other providers in a multidisciplinary setting.