This two-day seminar will be led by leading researchers and practitioners on how chronic inflammation impacts the health of your patients. Recent research indicates that inflammation can play a critical role in many chronic health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's to name a few. We have gathered a group of leading practitioners and research professionals to guide you through this critical condition.
The event will be held September 22-23, 2017 at the Hilton Doubletree Park Place (located in the West End entertainment district.)
- Impact of sleep on chronic inflammation
- Environmental impact of chronic inflammation
- How diet impacts chronic inflammation
- The mind-body connection to inflammation
- And More!
This conference will feature leading practitioners and researchers including:
Terry Wahls, MD
Jeffrey Moss, DDS
David Riley, MD Andrew Campbell, MD
Joseph Pizzorno, ND
Martha Stark, MD
This two-day event is an excellent opportunity to learn from the best and network with peers. Continuing Education credits will be available. And as a special offer by reserving your seat early you can register for as little as $50.00 - that includes two full days of sessions, breakfast and lunch both days and books signed by Dr. Pizzorno and Dr. Wahls (the book value alone is nearly $50.00!
We have limited space so please reserve your spot soon. We hope to see you there.
Contact: Dick Benson firstname.lastname@example.org
* This is a Bodydharma affiliate event. The conference is being organized and sponsored by InnoVision Professional Media, Alternative Therapies in Health & Medicine, Integrative Medicine: A Clinical Journal, and Advances in Mind-Body Medicine. A member of the Bodydharma staff will be on site to provide body work to conference attendees. Kindly direct any questions not explicitly dealing with bodywork to the conference organizers at the contact information provided above. All body work questions can be emailed into email@example.com and we will gladly respond at our earliest convenience.