Nutritional Strategies for the Aging Mind
July 10 & 11, 9am-12:30pm (PT)
We all have older patients that have been with us through our years of practice. They are motivated to learn how to keep their mental vitality, in addition to their physical wellness, and left on their own to 'google it' can leave them confused about where to start. This course provides the information you'll need to meet their needs, and answer their questions.
Learn about the traditional and scientific findings including biomedical anatomy and physiology of the brain, and TCM theory. Explore which foods and herbs have been proven effective for certain patients to help overcome or minimize the effects of brain disorders that may come on with age including dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Get clear on how to identify potential red flags and give proper medical referrals. This course is available for continuing education credit for NCCAOM PDA’S as well as California and Florida CEU’s.
NCCAOM Provider #ACHB 1016-006
California Provider #865
Florida Provider# 50- 13977
Is Femara used for pre- or post-menopausal women? What does triple negative breast cancer mean? Why did my patient receive chemotherapy before surgery? If you have ever asked yourself these or similar questions, this course is for you. You will learn patient diagnosis, lab tests, and treatment strategies Western medicine uses so you can confidently navigate through the sea of breast cancer treatment. Course appendices include actual patient tumor markers, blood work, and a reference list of breast cancer drugs. After taking the course and earning your CEU's, be sure to bookmark this page to use as a reference at your clinic. This course is available for continuing education credit for California, Florida, and NCCAOM. If you need us to report to CE Broker (Florida) please email us at: email@example.com. NCCAOM Provider #ACHB 1016-001 California Provider #865 Florida CE Provider #50-13977