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Unravelling the Immunology of Endometriosis by Dr Sarah Wilson, ND

If you feel like you are seeing more endometriosis, menstrual pain, severe pelvic pain and ‘endometriosis-like’ symptoms, you are right! Endometriosis is documented to affect 1 in 10 women in Canada, but research has shown that the recently circulating virus worsened endometriosis symptoms significantly. This has been enough to bring more and more women into […]

GI-Brain Connection, with a Focus on Healing the Membranes, by Dr Paul Anderson, NMD

The barrier functions of the GI tract and the Brain were long thought to be separate. Modern research has not only shown a connection but an interdependence between these two critical systems. This presentation will look at the recent science showing these connections and discuss the clinical importance of repair of the systems in the […]

Two Important Herbs in Women’s Health: Ashwagandha and Turmeric, by Dr Tori Hudson, ND

Women’s health includes women-only health issues, but also primary care issues that occur more commonly in women, as well as primary care issues that have some unique characteristic, clinical presentation, and/or treatment in women.  The list now has become long including insomnia, anxiety, depression, osteoarthritis, NAFLD, and more.  Ashwagandha and turmeric have select uses in […]

Integrative Ophthalmology, by Dr Paul Anderson, NMD

In this webinar Dr. Anderson will use his unique background in naturopathy and his prior work in ophthalmic medicine to discuss some of the common eye conditions that may be aided by natural means. In this session he will discuss pathophysiology, pharmacology, and nutritional intervention for the following: Forms of macular degeneration, glaucoma, and retinitis […]

A Woman’s Heart: Select Strategies for Prevention and Treatment, by Dr Tori Hudson, ND

This presentation will review demographics, risk factors and specific issues pertinent to women and cardiovascular disease. Select botanicals will be discussed for dyslipidemia, hypertension and CHF. Practitioners will also be made aware of key issues related to the cardiovascular do’s and don’ts of menopausal hormone therapy, aspirin and statins. Learning Objective: By the end of […]

Pain and Inflammation – Effective Integrative Management, by Dr Philip Rouchotas, MSc, ND

Autoimmune disease is common and often accompanied by significant debility and hardship for the patient. A number of well-established strategies are available to the integrative healthcare provider to deliver life-altering magnitudes of benefit for a broad array of commonly presenting autoimmune concerns. The approach described will begin with important dietary approaches reproducibly shown to achieve […]

PANDAS – A Naturopathic Overview, by Dr Taylor Bean, ND

TPANS/PANDAS is a condition that is on the rise and with that, Naturopathic Doctors should know how to recognize it and begin basic supportive measures both conventionally and naturopathically. Learning Objective: By the end of this lecture, the clinician will be able to: CE Credits: CONO: Category A General – 1.0 creditBritish Columbia: Category C General – […]

Advances in Women’s Health Symposium 2023

Advances in Women’s Health Symposium 2023

With our great line up of speakers: Dr Tori Hudson, ND Menopause in Special Populations By the end of this lecture, the clinician will be able to: Dr Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO Lifestyle and Prevention Strategies for Breast Health By the end of this lecture, the clinician will be able to: Dr Carissa Doherty, ND […]

Mood Changes in PMDD and Perimenopause, by Dr Tori Hudson, ND

Mood Changes in PMDD and Perimenopause by Dr Tori Hudson, ND

PMDD and Perimenopause can be a time of mood changes that can include depression, anxiety, irritability and a low threshold of tolerance.  Research on numerous nutraceuticals and botanicals have resulted in many good options to improve the neurotransmitter response to the normal hormone changes and thus improve outcomes for these mood changes. This webinar will […]

Chronobiology: An Underappreciated Contributor to The Immune Response, by Dr David W Lescheid, BSC, PHD, ND

Chronobiology: An Underappreciated Contributor to The Immune Response by Dr David Lescheid

The immune system is a complex biological system involving many different immune cells and their signaling molecules, organs such as the liver, spleen and thymus gland, various components of the endocrine, nervous and lymphatic systems, mucosal barriers including the extracellular matrix, as well as mitochondria. Recent scientific evidence indicates that an overarching indicator of the […]

Select Nutraceuticals to Support Female Fertility, by Dr Tori Hudson, ND

Select Nutraceuticals to Support Female Fertility by Dr Tori Hudson

The presentation will provide a brief overview of fertility in terms of causes of infertility in women. The focus of the presentation will be to highlight select evidence based botanicals and nutrients to support fertility. This will include natural therapeutics that address ovulation support, egg quality, endometriosis, PCOS and uterine fibroids.  Sample treatment plans will also be […]

Black Cohosh-Resveratrol Two Supplements with Many Roles, by Dr Tori Hudson, ND

Black Cohosh Resveratrol Two Supplements with Many Roles

Many practitioners think of each of these supplements in select ways. The purpose of this presentation is to understand the most effective uses and broaden the understanding of when, in whom and how to use these nutraceuticals to their best benefits. Learning Objectives By the end of this lecture, the clinician will be able to: […]

POTS… The Missing Piece to Your Case, by Dr Carissa Doherty, ND

POTS or Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome is a condition that is gaining more notice as many people who contracted COVID but failed to recover, developed POTS. POTS is a condition that falls under the umbrella of dysautonomia. The term dysautonomia is used to describe several different medical conditions that cause a malfunction of the Autonomic […]