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Allergies and Autoimmunity: Connected Disconnected Immune Pathways by Dr Sarah Wilson, ND

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Historically when I was educated on allergies and autoimmunity, I spoke about two different immune pathways, Th1 and Th2. This left out a large category of patients who were presented with autoimmune urticaria, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and severe allergic symptoms, or any other autoimmune condition that presented with many histamine-induced health challenges. Research has evolved to further explain the connection between Th1 and Th2, and it is immensely important to understand in our practices filled with immune dysregulation. Join us for this webinar, where we will elucidate how to navigate both the increasingly complex and simple world of allergies and autoimmunity.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this lecture, the clinician will be able to determine:

  • The new perspectives on immune responses Th1, Th2 and Th17
  • What we know about Th17 responses and which conditions they are involved with
  • How to navigate care with an emphasis on core causes of immune dysfunction
  • A simplified framework to communicate with patients about immune health and the power of treatment

CE Credits

CONO: Category A – General – 1.0 credit
British Columbia: Category C – General – 1.0 credit
AANP: General – 1.0 credit
OANP/OBNM: For Oregon attendees seeking OBNM approved CE credits, please note that this event has not been submitted for approval to the OBNM. CE certificate will be issued upon individual request.

Dr Sarah Wilson, ND

Prior to starting AWH, Dr Sarah maintained a busy, wait list only women’s health practice in Toronto, Ontario. She was sought out for her evidence-based treatments of weight loss resistance, PCOS, acne, endometriosis and other complex issues. Born and raised in Belleville Ontario, Dr Sarah saw a need for comprehensive women’s healthcare in the area and decided to move closer to home to fill that need and raise her family.

Prior to her four years at CCNM, she attended the University of Guelph and obtained a degree in Human Kinetics and Nutrition and Nutraceutical Sciences. During her time at the University of Guelph, she had the opportunity to work in a research lab which ignited her passion for research. This has continued into positions with Ferring Natural Health and Wellesley therapeutics where she actively researches digestive health from a number of perspectives. Her passion for research has led her to develop an advanced understanding of the digestive system, immune system, metabolism and hormonal health.