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Basic Training in Chelation Therapy


Diagnostic Face Reading for Practice Application


Practice Management Compulsory


ICIM chelation staff program: The Basic IV Chelation Course for the Office-Based Infusionist


Healing with Language Sessions


ICIM EVENTS

Treating the Impossible II:
Oct. 9-13, Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel, Program Chair Richard Mason, DO


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Special issue: Fall conference learning objectives, registration
ICIM's fall congress will have more lectures than ever. More time for networking with experienced colleagues and friends- both old and new. You will leave inspired and empowered to make a better future for your patients and for our field. Join us for our famous food, fellowship and advanced education and celebrate our 30th birthday with a rooftop party in the vibrant city of Columbus, Ohio.
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Oct. 11-13: 'Innovation! Meeting Today's Medical Challenges' 12 hours of classroom time
At ICIM's October meeting, “Innovation! Meeting Today's Medical Challenges” in Columbus, Ohio, there will be an emphasis on the history and future of immunotherapy. Workshops will focus on the application of clinical immunology in a family practice setting, the role of vaccines in the immune system, and winning the war against cancer. As we explore primary care oncology in the U.S., we will learn about innovative tools and recent breakthroughs in conventional oncology, as well as clinical evidence and observations about the outcomes of integrative therapies.
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Richard Mason, DO:
History of Immunotherapy and Its Future

This lecture will address historically important points in this promising area of treating human disease by modulating the immune system. As this field has rapidly developed, tracing the roots of foundational works by hundreds of dedicated scientists may stimulate novel thoughts and deeper inquiry into the immune system as a powerful tool for those involved in understanding and combating diseases considered difficult to effectively treat by currently available technology.
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Kenneth Stoller, MD:
The New Practice of Clinical Neuroscience — A Functional Approach to Behavioral Medicine

With more than 70,000 scans having been done at the Amen Clinics over the last two decades, the visual assessment of brain function directly by blood flow and indirectly by metabolic activity, changes either the diagnosis or treatment of patients almost 80 percent of the time. SPECT imaging has been utilized in hyperbaric oxygen research for well over a decade and it is an invaluable tool in skilled hands.
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Mark Mincolla PhD, MA, BA:
Applied anti-inflammatory nutritional therapy — Reversing disease by antagonizing pro-inflammatory body chemistry through diet

Today, most experts agree that a great deal of human disease is rooted in pro-inflammatory biochemistry. Many diseases and their symptoms can be modulated by prostaglandin dietary adjustments. This presentation will teach practitioners how to design nutritional therapies to antagonize pro-inflammatory prostaglandin chemistries and thus reverse the many symptoms associated with pro-inflammatory diseases such as asthma, psoriasis, cancer, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.
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Jesse Stoff, MD:
Applied clinical immunology in a family practice office setting

The immune system has two critical functions: identify self from non-self and to destroy or eliminate non-self. This can only work when the immune system and all its components are functioning optimally. This presentation will cover some of the key aspects of pattern recognition of a T&B cell subset panel, based on the above, as it applies to treating patients with severe and chronic diseases in a family practice setting.
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Jay H. Mead, MD, FASCP:
Cancer and immunity — Winning the battle with integrative solutions for prevention and survivals

This presentation will detail integrative medicine strategies for strengthening the immune system and warding off cancer. It will provide tools the integrative practitioners needs to design successful "anticancer" treatment plans including IV nutrients, hormones, nutriceuticals and dietary programs. Return to the office Monday morning and equip your patients to win their immune battles.
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Tom O'Bryan, DC:
Endotoxin 'initiating'and dietary 'fueling' of neurological disorders

Identification of the mechanisms by which both cellular and humoral immune response influence neurofunction — behavior, neurotransmitter production, neurodegeneration — may reveal a panoply of personalized treatment options that target the unique contributions of the gastrointestinal and immune systems to cognitive and neurodysfuntion. This presentation will summarize the referenced contributions in the translocation of endotoxin and antigenic foods through GI epithelial transmigration — with or without intestinal permeability — and their neurological effects. Targeted intervention treatment options will be summarized.
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Joe Hickey, MD:
Neurochemistry of Alzheimer's disease

This lecture will discuss the connection between neurotoxic heavy metals and the pathophysiology of Alzheimer's dementia. It will review the influence of lead, mercury, iron and aluminum on the development of beta amyloid plaque and neurofibrillatory tangles, as well as, the production of acetylcholine. We will also explore the genetic role of APOE and detoxification.
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Donese Worden, NMD:
'The Science Behind Leading-Edge Bio-Energetic Medicine and Practical Uses'

We can get caught in a plethora of "healing" modalties from therapuetic touch to cold lasers to leading-edge biofeeback devices. Which therapies really makes sense in a clinic practice? Which can be billed for? What modalities have scientific rationale vs. actual studies? Learn which books and publications give the most accurate and information to date.
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Sherri Tenpenny, DO:
Vaccine developers — Heroes or villains?

From Edward Jenner to Dr. Samuel Katz, vaccine researchers over the last 200 years have been hailed as the saviors of mankind. But to what degree have vaccines been beneficial? Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is one of the most highly informed and outspoken physicians on problems associated with vaccines. Her lively and insightful presentation will bring new information to even those who are the strongest advocates of mass vaccinations.
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Martin Dayton MD, DO:
Integrative primary care oncology in the US

With the rising incidences, cancer is on its way to becoming the No. 1 cause of death in the United States. The increasing costs of cancer care can seriously drain resources. Published literature, theories and observations in integrative oncology pertinent to the outpatient setting are discussed. Various options both diagnostic and therapeutic are explored to facilitate decision making in the office setting.
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Leigh Erin Connealy, MD:
Cancer — How it works and how you win

This presentation will cover what cancer is, the most common types — skin, lung, prostate and breast — the scientific research about causes of cancer — toxins, bugs and biological factors — detection of cancer and how it can be prevented. Prevention is the most important and reliable cancer fighting tool that exists today. The evidence that cancer can be treated and reversed and that it can be detected early and prevented is very significant.
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Tim Guilford, MD:
'Oxidative stress and cancer — How oxidative stress leads to cancer'

At the conclusion of the presentation the attendee should be able to (1) define oxidative stress; (2) understand how oxidative stress leads to cancer; (3) understand the metabolism of cancer cells; (4) understand the "two compartment" metabolism of cancer development; and (5) understand how oxidative stress drives the energy production for cancer cells.
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Panel new ideas in conventional treatment of cancer with Sharon Cole, MD, Thomas Anderson, DO, and Sanjay Yadav, MD
Attendees will learn to (1) become familiar with recent scientific research in conventional oncology; (2) identify referral options to offer their patients; (3) understand changes in the field as well as outdated misconceptions of conventional cancer care.
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