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Development of Autoimmune Disease: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Protocol

Development of Autoimmune Disease: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Protocol

Development of Autoimmune Disease: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Protocol

Thomas O'Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN
Thomas O'Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

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Launch date: 04 Apr 2018
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Last updated: 02 Dec 2019

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Dr Kevin Hansen (9 May 2018)
Always come away with something I can utilize in clinic today.
Carol Chuang (7 Apr 2018)
Excellent presentation supported with well documented studies.
(27 Sep 2019)
Great teacher. Great information. Problems with audio needs to be fixed.

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Description

This lecture will focus on gluten’s impact on autoimmunity and will recognize the potential contribution of the microbiota on the development of autoimmune disease.

Objectives

Identify 6 mechanisms
Attendees will be able to identify 6 mechanisms by which environmental-related disorders may impact the development of autoimmune disease.
Testing protocols
Attendees will learn high-sensitivity/specificity testing protocols to identify those on the autoimmune spectrum (sometimes) years before the pathology is producing symptoms.
Thomas O'Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN

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Thomas O'Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

Tom O’Bryan DC, CCN, DACBN, is a world-renowned expert in the field of gluten-related disorders, Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS), Celiac Disease (CD) and their link to other chronic conditions, including autoimmune disorders and diseases.

He is the founder of theDr.com which was created to educate the public about underdiagnosed and under-treated gluten-related disorders, which affect up to 30% of the population. He views the lack of recognition, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders as a massive public health crisis.

Dr. O’Bryan serves on the faculty of the Institute of Functional Medicine. His Certified Gluten Practitioner course revolutionizes the way healthcare professionals and coaches diagnose and treat patients suffering from gluten-related disorders. Dr. O’Bryan founded and hosted the world’s first Gluten Summit, theGlutenSummit.com, where he interviewed 29 experts and opinion leaders on the topic of gluten-related health issues.

Dr. O’Bryan is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the National College of Chiropractic. He is a Diplomate of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, a Diplomate of the Clinical Nutrition Board of the American Chiropractic Association, and a Certified Clinical Nutritionist with the International & American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists. He is a Certified Applied Kinesiologist as well as a Certified Practitioner in Functional Biomechanics from the Motion Palpation Institute.

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Chiropractic Continuing Education credits:

This course is valid for continuing education credit in the following states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding state board (approval numbers provided for states which require them):

AL (Web: 800113), AK (5022/5023), CA (Live: CA-A-18-02-14791; Web: CA-A-18-02-14792), CO, CT, DE, DC, FL (20-610611), GA, HI(pending as of 4/1/18), ID, IL, IN, IA, KS(pending as of 4/1/18), MA, ME (5022/5023), MN (5022/5023), MD, MI, MO (Live: 20180001150-62, Web: 2015001163-75), MT, MS, NE, NC (5022/5023), ND(5022/5023) NE, NH(pending as of 4/1/18), NJ (5022/5023), NM (Web:5023), NY (Live: 1300, Web: 1391), NV (5022/5023), OH (5022/5023), OR, PA(DCE001039), RI, SC, SD(5022/5023), TN(5022/5023), TX (Live:07-8715, Web: 07-8716) UT, VT, VA, WA, WI (CHI10846), WY

Please note that online continuing education is not recognized in the following states:
FL, IN, KY, LA, MS, OK, WI, WY

Naturopathic Continuing Education: OR (# General) pending as of 4/1/18

If your state is not listed, please check approved continuing education through your respective state board, or contact our offices.

NUHS makes no representation either directly or indirectly that the substantive matter being presented is approved or within respective scope of licensing. It remains the attendees' responsibility to contact the state board(s) from which they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approves both the delivery method and content as they relate to this event.

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User Reviews (6)

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Dr Kevin Hansen (9 May 2018)
Always come away with something I can utilize in clinic today.
Carol Chuang (7 Apr 2018)
Excellent presentation supported with well documented studies.
(27 Sep 2019)
Great teacher. Great information. Problems with audio needs to be fixed.
Dr Alan Rush (26 Jun 2018)
In-depth knowledge on autoimmunity. Plus the shared 53 references on his website for free! A true mentor to the world.
Dr Irene Parent D.C.,DACBN,DCBCN (20 Jul 2018)
Dr. O'Bryan is well versed in his topic and it is exciting to listen to him. I learned many new pearls of wisdom to apply to my patients.
Hannah Anderson (11 Apr 2018)
Very interesting and applicable to a patient I just had yesterday, married to a D.O. with no concept of how to treat high thyroid antibodies, positive RF/ANA, etc. If only they put this stuff in med school curriculum...

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