The CDID has assembled a group of excellent speakers who will address a broad spectrum of treating obesity. The lectures, presented over three days (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday), will compromise 18 hours of continuing education for all DC's.
This symposium will also fulfill your DABCI and DCBCN (12 hours) credit requirements for 2019.
This dynamic program will enable attendees to incorporate their newly acquired knowledge immediately into their clinical practice.
Bradley Bush ND- SIBO and Neuromuscular Disorders.
Jeff Moss DDS, CNS, DACBN- Obesity-related loss of muscle mass and clinical significance in neuromusclular interrelationships.
Juanee Surprise DC, NMD, IMD, DCBCN- Risk management documentation when treating the overweight/obese and neuromusculoskeletal patient.
Robert Kessinger DC, DABCI, DABCN- Insulin Resistance, Obesity and Neurodegeneration.
Kelly Haldermann, M.D, Psc.D. "Phase 2.5 Detoxification"
N.D. Victor Carsrud, DC, MS, DABCI, DCBCN- Sex and Sugar: The Interplay of Natural Testosterone and Blood Sugar Regulation in the Andropausal, Prediabetic Male.
Robert Duca, DC, DABCI- Disordered Eating: A Psychologic Perspective
Susan St. Clair DC, MS, DCBCN, CNN- Consequences of obesity on epigenetics, disease, and musculoskeletal disability in from childhood to elderly.
Ryan Ball, DC- Metabolic Endotoxemia in the Pathogenesis of Obesity.
William Kleber DC, DABCI- Endocrine Obesity: A Clinical Perspective