Genomic Medicine – How to apply this incredible tool in clinical practice
This session is the second of a six-part series that will break down this enormous topic into portions that any clinician can use to understand and incorporate this vast topic into their practice. The goal of this format is to use each session to build a progressive understanding of the topics involved while having time to process and implement the information.
Date: October 21, 2014, 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Methylation is more than just “MTHFR”. We all probably realize this but when one looks into the number of crossover points and related pathways as well as tissue specific activities it can become overwhelming. In this presentation Dr. Anderson will describe the “big picture” of the methyl and related cycles and their tissue specific locations. Then he will begin the process of placing appropriate therapeutics in their correct place in those cycles and tissues.
- Where in biochemistry does the methyl cycle exist and what pathways does it intersect with?
- What are the components of the methyl cycle and what makes them work?
- What tissue specific activities does the methyl cycle have and how do they affect health?
- How do I clinically apply the discussed therapeutic interventions?
- How long should I wait for results?
- Troubleshooting – How do I restore balance if they have a reaction?
Paul S. Anderson, ND
Dr. Anderson has spent the past twenty years involved in teaching and research into biochemical physiology as well as that same time period in patient care. Just because “SNP Analysis” is a seemingly new thing do not think that some experienced physicians have not been employing these therapies for quite a long time. The ability to assess the genome is simply a wonderful addition to our understanding of the process! Dr. Anderson will use his extensive teaching, clinical and research background to bring these sessions to clinically relevant life.
1.5 CE credits