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Avoid Common Pitfalls in Gastrointestinal Treatment with Targeted Micronutrient Repletion

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Date:  Wednesday,  September 14th,2016

Time:  3pm EST (12pm PST)

Summary:


Primary care providers are constantly faced with ever-challenging patients. From autoimmune conditions to chronic issues such as diabetes and neurocognitive decline, the overall health of the populace continues to degrade. More and more, we recognize and appreciate the concept that the gastrointestinal tract is often at the core of many chronic conditions. With axes of function being established between the brain, liver and immune system, just to name a few, the importance of practitioners having a strong working knowledge of the gastrointestinal tract has never been more critical. In this webinar, Dr. Hill will reinforce your understanding of the gastrointestinal tract by outlining the significance for practitioners to consider individual micronutrients as part of their treatment protocols. His discussion will also include an introduction to cutting edge lab assessments that both directly and indirectly address gastrointestinal function. Dr. Hill’s approach will provide insight that is not commonly discussed as a means to management of gastrointestinal dysfunction.


In this webinar, you will:

  • Understand how science has evolved beyond the 4R approach to gut health to an 8R strategy.
  • Learn how to use micronutrients to enhance the recovery process in the gut.
  • Discover how to look beyond the mere presence of probiotics, but rather to see if they are fulfilling their role as commensalism organisms.
  • Redefine your approach to small intestinal bacterial overgrowth by understanding the three areas that must be addressed in order to have a successful protocol.
  • Understand how focusing on a single cause of autoimmunity sets your patients up for failure.
Bio:
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Dr. Arland Hill ,
DC, MPH, DACBN

Dr. Arland Hill is the Clinical Director of Complete Care Wellness Center and the Wellness Coordinator of Specialty Healthcare and Wellness, multidisciplinary clinics in Houston, TX. He is a doctor of chiropractic medicine and a Board Certified diplomat of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition. He has been practicing since 2003 with a clinical focus on the use of science-based natural therapies for the management of chronic diseases. .

Dr. Hill received his doctorate from Texas Chiropractic College and a graduate degree in public health from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He has been a regular at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine and the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston where he instructs students on the merger of nutrition into mainstream medicine. Dr. Hill consults in the nutrition and laboratory industries, where he offers his expertise in the development of products and strategies to improve patient outcomes. He routinely lectures on topics that are core to functional medicine, emphasizing the importance of research-based interventions.

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Topic : Avoid Common Pitfalls in Gastrointestinal Treatment with Targeted Micronutrient Repletion

With : Arland Hill, DC, MPH, DACBN

Time & Date : Wednesday, September 14th,2016 at 3pm EST (12pm PST)

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