The Xymogen Certification Program will involve four in-person trainings. These trainings will be held on the Sunday following the quarterly. In addition to the in-person training, participants will be required to attend monthly webinars which will be held the first Tuesday of every month. Dr. Cheryl Burdette will also be offering virtual office hours the third Tuesday of every month for those who have specific questions. You will be required to attend all four trainings to obtain the certification.
The in-person trainings will cover the following topics:
- Gut Based Protocols
- Brain Health (CNS/PNS)
- Cardio/Metabolic Health
2017 Training Dates:
May 21, 2017 – Part 2 of 4
A Gut Based Approach to Chronic Disease Management
One of the major reasons that standard of care leaves many patients dissatisfied is because there are less than complete approaches to chronic care. Chronic conditions are often managed exclusively through symptom management and suppression, rather than trying to find the physiologic irritant that is contributing to the chronicity of conditions. Chronic conditions are more often than not driven by an inflammatory process. One of the critical organs contributing to inflammation is the gut. More and more data comes forth supporting the role of gut based inflammation, the microbiome, and optimal absorption of nutrients all of which are centered in gut based health. Standard of care often ignores looking for inflammatory triggers such as foods or gut based infections that are at the heart of not only Crohn’s, Colitis, and IBS but also contribute to depression, pain, weight gain and fatigue. Understanding gut based therapies and diagnosis is pivotal to functional medicine. This quarterly focus will be on management of gut based inflammation and how that can help with so many far-reaching concerns.
Training Day Schedule:
8:00-10:00am Gut Based Blockbusters, Why Xymogen is at the Front of the Pack.
**If many conditions are rooted in gut based inflammation, then having the most effective strategies for taming gut based permeability and inflammatory processes are paramount. In this section we will review key products including OptiCleanseGHI, Probio350, ProbioMax DF, Ig26, IgG2000, MonoPure, GlutAloeMine, and others and how to use these as part of your core tools in controlling a gut based approach.
10:00-12:00pm: Common Diagnostics And How To Treat
Food Sensitivities, Stool Testing and Markers of Permeability—When and How to Assess and Utilize in patient care
12:00-1:00pm: Working Lunch on Your Own; Review Test Results, and Sharing of Treatment Strategies
1:00-2:00pm: The Often-Overlooked Osteoporosis; Strong Bones/Strong Practice
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