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Annual Updates in Environmental Medicine Conference
"Environmental Impact on Stem Cells, Aging, and Chronic Illness"

Don't just know about toxic metals, become a master...


SpiritMed and PME are pleased to offer the full session recordings from the 2015 Annual Updates in Environmental Medicine Conference held January 15-18, 2015 at St. Pete's Beach, Florida. 

 

Purchase Includes*: 

  • Access for all conference session recordings including bonus sponsored sessions
  • Copies of lecture slides and handouts (if applicable) yours to keep
  • CE Certificates - 21.25 General Credit Hours by the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM)


  • Faculty & Lecture Topics


    Lyn Patrick, ND


    Walter Crinnion, ND

     

    David Quig, PhD

     

    Dorothy Merritt, MD


    Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD

    Paul Anderson, ND

     

    Devaki Lindsey Berkson, MA

    Joe Purita, MD

     

    Fiona Crawford, PhD


    Woody Merrell, MD

     

    Walter Crinnion, ND 

    Challenges & Solutions: An overview of how heavy metal treatment has evolved
    and how the approach we are introducing will serve as the solution
    0.25 General Credit Hours 

    Interpreting urine and blood levels for toxic metal exposure assessment, part 2
    1.00 General Credit Hours

    Using Measurement of Oxidative DNA Damage to Assess Exposure
    and Progress in Treatment of Metals Toxicity
    1.00 General Credit Hours

    Environmental Toxicology - Part 2: Toxicants & Cardiology
    0.75 General Credit Hours


    David Quig, PhD
    Optimizing the assessment of toxic element retention
    1.75 General Credit Hours 

    Consider Zebras - Assessment and Management of Other Metals in Clinical Practice
    1.50 General Credit Hours


    Lyn Patrick, ND
    Interpreting urine and blood levels for toxic metal exposure assessment, part 1
    1.50 General Credit Hours

    Health and Environmental Impacts of Fracking
    2.00 General Credit Hours

    How to Evaluate and Treat Solvent Toxicity
    1.25 General Credit Hours


    Dorothy Merritt, MD
    Actionable levels for lead toxicity initiating and managing lead chelation
    1.00 General Credit Hours

    Environmental Cardiology - Part 1: Metals
    1.00 General Credit Hours


    Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD 
    The link between immunology and toxic metals
    Sponsored Session

     
      

    Joe Purita, MD
    Cutting Edge Concepts in the Use of Stem Cell and PRP Injections in an Office Setting
    1.00 General Credit Hours


    Joseph Brewer, MD
    The Impact of Mold and Mycotoxins on Human Health
    Sponsored Session

     
     

    Andrew Campbell, MD 
    The Role of Environmental Triggers in Autoimmunity
    1.00 General Credit Hours

     
      

    Devaki Lindsey Berkson, MA, DC
    The Health Effects of Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals and How to Identify them in Your Patients
    1.00 General Credit Hours


    Paul Anderson, ND
    Methylation, Genomics, and Chemical Sensitivity
    1.00 General Credit Hours



    Woody Merrell, MD
    Practicing Environmental Medicine in a Standard Medical Setting
    1.50 General Credit Hours


    Fiona Crawford, PhD
    Environmental Exposures and Neurodegeneration:
    Lessons Learned from Gulf War Illness
    1.25 General Credit Hours


     

     

    Toxic Metal Summit Pre-Conference Overview 

    We are all aware of the basic toxic effects of metals that are present in all of our patients, our families and ourselves. Many clinicians are trying to assess the levels of toxic metals in their patients, hoping to find out if these toxic metals are causative for their patient’s health problems or an obstacle to cure. If you are one of these clinicians, this pre-conference day is for you.


    What this pre-conference day is
    NOT going to provide you with:

    • It is not a rehash of why lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium are bad, we all know that. However, we are going to help you understand the published literature to know that "actionable levels" for these metals may be different than your lab's reference range 
    • It is not trying to make all your patients environmental problems linked to a few easy-to-spot heavy metals
    • It will not offer overly simplistic protocols that could easily lead to problems for you or your patients

    What this pre-conference day IS going to provide you with:

    • An accurate picture of the medical-legal challenges facing physicians who use urinary toxic metal assessment, diagnosis, and treatment in their practices
    • A methodology of metal assessment and interpretation based on the medical literature to determine "actionable-levels" for lead, arsenic, mercury, and cadmium, in both pre and post challenge urine tests
    • Identifying information on toxic metals (including actionable levels) that are becoming increasingly common in the population (cobalt, chromium, thallium)
    • information on situations in which the use of urine assessment for metals exposure would create false negative and false positive tests
    • A protocol including appropriate history, physical exam and labwork to determine when toxic metals assessment is appropriate AND how to properly utilize all that info to help provide an accurate interpretation of the test results
  • **PME member or guest account required for access to recordings and to print CE certificates**