2019 Classical Chinese Medicine Summer Intensive

July 15-26, 2019

Several systems of strategic analysis have been derived from the ancient Chinese text, Yijing (I-Ching), to inform decision-making on essential aspects of life. Two in particular—the Bazi Suanming and Qimen Dunjia—have great value in medicine, and were valuable tools used by the Daoist master physicians Sun Simio and Ge Hong.


September 21-22, 2019

Join us at this inaugural symposium that welcomes professional healthcare providers, policy specialists, students, and members of the public to engage in presentations, panel discussions, and interactive consultations focused on exploring spirituality in medicine. Research indicates that the religious beliefs and spiritual practices of patients are significant factors in coping with serious illnesses, in making ethical choices about their treatment options, and in decisions about end of- life care. Research also shows that religion and spirituality are positively associated with better health and psychological well-being.

2019 Gastroenterology Conference

October 19-20, 2019

Discover new naturopathic strategies for promoting healthy GI functions and supporting the health of the alimentary canal. Gastroenterology experts will share clinical pearls, discuss patient cases, and provide detailed diagnosis and treatment protocols

Biotherapy Conference

November 9-10, 2019

Biotherapy is the clinical application of live organisms for health. It encompasses a wide range of therapies to include Maggot debridement, Phage therapy, Bee venom, and even service animals. Medicine is currently facing multiple problems without good solutions. Antibiotic resistance, chronic pain, and polypharmacy concerns top the list.