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Mentorship Sessions with Ty Vincent, MD
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9/21/2016 to 11/16/2016
When: Wednesdays
6:00 - 7:30 pm PST
Where: Adobe Connect Webinar
United States
Presenter: Ty Vincent, MD

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Low-Dose Immunotherapy Mentorship Session

presented by Ty Vincent, MD  

About the Program 

The mentorship is intended to provide physicians with guidance on their most complex and challenging cases. The topics covered will be autoimmune diseases, Lyme and associated infections, and other conditions. 


Each two hour session will be case based and each case will include: 

  • Application of LDA and LDI
  • Utilization of LDI booster
  • Management of LDI


What to Expect 

This mentorship will provide you with a complete up-to-date application of the use of low dose immunotherapy. 



 Session Calendar                    


6:00 - 7:30 PM PST

September 21, 2016
October 19, 2016
November 16, 2016

Additional dates to be announced


 Pricing & Benefits


 Individual Sessions: $90/ea

Access to live session & handouts

 3 Session Bundle: $195

Access to sessions, handouts, Q&A, recordings

 Case Review: $90 

Submit a patient case to be reviewed. 



Help us customize your learning experience!  

Share your questions, topics, and content requests so we may include it as part of the series curriculum.

Audience participation is welcomed and encouraged! 



*Max 3 minute survey


Case Review 

Enhance your mentorship session experience by submitting a patient case to be reviewed live during a session date of your choice. Include patient history and any relevant information for discussion. 


Important Information: 

  • All materials are due one week before the scheduled session date
  • Directions on how and where to submit case materials will be provided after checkout
  • 3 cases will be reviewed each session



Ty Vincent, MD 


Dr. Vincent is an integrative physician with a busy practice in Alaska since 2007. He completed medical school through the University of Washington and then a family medicine residency in Alaska. After a couple years spent doing full spectrum family medicine including obstetrics, endoscopy and managing ICU patients, he chose to focus on chronic illness problems that elude conventional medicine.


He has had training in hormone therapy, immunotherapy, chelation, intravenous nutrition, acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, Reiki and other integrative therapies to expand his toolbox.


In addition to teaching for integrative medicine organizations, he has also authored a book titled "Thinking Outside The Pill Box".