Common Sleep Disorders & Modulation of Detoxification Pathways (Case Histories and Blood Panels will be Reviewed)

Event Details

Program Description
Review the physiology and biochemistry of two of the largest issues that our society is dealing with today, proper detoxification and healthy circadian rhythms. Our world is toxic- the chemicals we use in food manufacturing, our farming techniques, pesticides, etc. all contribute to a tremendous body burden. Couple this with nutrient depletion from poor dietary habits and improper stress management and we can start to see why we are so chronically ill. Learning the proper tests to run along with natural strategies that assist with the body’s ability to function optimally is what will be truly healing for the patient.

Goals & Objectives
• Review common clinical disorders stemming from poor detoxification, over burden, and sleep disorders.
• Determine the causes of these complaints with superior diagnostic methods
• Know when to choose the right test and WHY!
• Appropriately create a safe, effective, and efficient plan centered around diagnostic findings, as well as patient feedback.
• Real-life examples of patient cases, their work-ups, and actual protocols, as well as their results and follow-up intervals.

Program Topics
• Outline detoxification: organs involved and metabolic pathways
• Outline sleep disorders: inability to go to bed, stay asleep, or non-restful sleep
• Overview common disorders that arise from poor detoxification and sleep disorders
• Current statistics of various chronic conditions and what to observe in your patients
• Review botanicals, amino acids, vitamins and minerals, and how these constituents can be beneficial in detoxification and sleep
• Drug interactions with natural substances- what to ask your patients and how to carefully navigate nutrient-drug interactions

CE Credits
8 Hours Applied for CA by Logan College of Chiropractic
This Category 1 course is pending approval from CAB - CEP#1505
Application for CE (ACBN) - Approval made in all state
CBCN approves 8 CE hours towards annual recertification

Event Speaker: 

Brett Wisniewski, DC, DABCI

Dr. Brett Wisniewski is a chiropractor, instructor for the Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Internists (DABCI) national program, and is proudly sponsored by Biotics Research Corporation. Dr. Brett graduated from Monmouth University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with concentrated studies in Chemistry. He then graduated Cum Laude from Palmer College Chiropractic with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree.

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Event Date: 
Sunday, December 9, 2018 - 8:30am to 6:00pm
Event Region: 
Biotics Research Southern California

Location

Embassy Suites Hotel LAX South
1440 E. Imperial Avenue
90245 El Segundo , CA
Phone: (310)-640-3600
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