Functional Medicine: GI, Thyroid & Adrenal Assessment with Case Study Reviews

Event Details

This educational seminar will focus on utilizing Functional Medicine to optimize health using patient symptoms as a guide to the underlying cause of specific conditions.  Healthcare professionals will learn more about autoimmunity, leaky gut and how to address symptoms and conditions with diet and nutrients, as well as specific testing that should be done.

Functional Thinking: How to Achieve Healing in the 21st Century
Understand the basis of functional medicine and the functional approach to addressing dysfunction using a proactive wellness model as opposed to a disease-based model.

Conditions That Should Make You Think of the Gut
Learn more about autoimmune thyroid and its relationship to adrenal and thyroid function.

Hormone Imbalance in Adrenal & Thyroid Dysfunction
Identify normal thyroid and adrenal function, the interconnections between them and the dysfunction often seen, and often missed, by conventional doctors when symptoms are present but the lab tests are normal.

Case Studies in Adrenal and Thyroid Dysfunction
View a presentation of case studies illustrating common patient symptoms and how they were addressed using diet and nutritional interventions.

Event Speaker: 

Jack Monaco, MD

Dr. Monaco completed his undergraduate education at Drew University in Madison, NJ. He did 1 year of research in Cardiovascular/Cerebrovascular Physiology and 4 years of medical training at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine, earning his Medical Degree. Dr. Monaco completed a residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology at St. Francis Hospital & Medical Center in Hartford, CT, a specialty which he practiced for nearly 35 years. In 2007, he completed a Fellowship in Anti‑Aging, Functional and Metabolic Medicine.

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Event Date: 
Sunday, May 20, 2018 - 8:30am to 5:30pm
Event Region: 
Biotics Research Corporation


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