Dr. Shoemaker, Faculty member at Metabolic Medical Institute presents at the Live Integrative Medicine Courses November 1, 2014 at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach.

Posted on August 31st, 2014

Dr. Shoemaker, Faculty member at Metabolic Medical Institute presents at the Live Integrative Medicine Courses November 1, 2014 at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach.

The Metabolic Medical Institute (MMI) proudly announces live courses III and IV as part of the Graduate Certificate in Integrative Medicine. MMI has partnered with the prestigious George Washington University to offer both live and online courses to offer Health Professionals cutting edge, science based education in Integrative and Metabolic Medicine. After a successful launch of courses I & II June 5-7 in Miami Beach, MMI will return to the Fontainebleau October 31st – November 2nd to offer live courses III & IV.

MMI is thrilled to announce Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker as Faculty, a recognized leader in research and education in the field of biotoxins.  Dr. Shoemaker will share his expertise in live course IV, entitled Foundations in Advanced Integrative Medicine: Nutritional Metabolism, Environmental Exposures, Cardiometabolic Diseases and Hormone Management.  This live course will teach how to properly assess and manage cardiometabolic disease, hormonal imbalance, BHRT, medical toxicology and detoxification strategies, as well as understand how nutrients and environmental exposures impact obesity, diabetes and CVD.  Dr. Shoemaker will be presenting “Biotoxins, Grey Matter Changes and NeuroQuant MRI Imaging” on November 1, 2014. Dr. Shoemaker will address, among other topics:

  • The role of chronic inflammatory responses syndromes is increasingly recognized. Here is why you need to know about it.
  • The inflammatory responses we can measure are called proteomics.  They affect every cell that receives blood flow.  Effects of these measures are added to organ dysfunction and systemic illness
  • Effects of proteomic abnormalities create a distinctive fingerprint of volumetric injury in the CNS
  • Correction of proteomic abnormalities in a sequential intervention protocols resolves symptoms, proteomic abnormalities and CNS structural abnormalities
  • Final correction of this illness will require correction of abnormalities in gene activation and suppression. This last quest will demand recognition of function of “new” elements involved in gene regulation like long noncoding RNA.  Terms like nuclear paraspeckles and NEAT1 will become the common jargon as we take correction of neurologic abnormalities (including PTSD) to a new level of insight and effectiveness.

Join Dr. Shoemaker, Dr. Andrew Heyman, Director of Medical Education and MMI faculty for this unique education opportunity where health professionals will learn practical application through case analysis, group discussion and patient examples.  Adopt new protocols from the experts and offer your patients new cutting edge services.  Each completed course will contribute toward the end goal of obtaining your  Graduate Certificate in Integrative Medicine.

Call 866-846-1107 for more information and to register for this not to be missed lecture.  Visit www.mmimedicine.com for more information.

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