Sunday, 28th April

Time Topic Speaker
8:00 – 9:30 Case Management of Autoimmune Disease, GERD and IBS 

Dr. Lipski will begin the day with a discussion on the work up, treatment and management of autoimmune diseases from a functional medicine perspective.

Dr. Mullin will build on earlier presentations to discuss the pathophysiologic mechanisms associated with gastrointestinal reflux. He will discuss in detail the conflicting data on various ways to assess and treat this common problem.

Dr Hanaway will finish off the morning with a discussion and case study presentation revolving around the many underlying etiologies of IBS. Included in that discussion will be the advantages and disadvantages of testing options, and then the specific interventions to consider.

All Presenting Faculty
9:30 – 10:00 Morning Break
10:00 – 11:45 Working up the Case All Presenting Faculty
11:45 – 12:00 The 80/20 Rule: Key Clinical Applications to Use Monday 

The focus of this Advanced Practice Module is to prepare the participant to accurately and confidently evaluate and treat a variety of conditions that are likely intimately connected to impaired gastrointestinal dysfunction. Dr. Hanaway will close the on-site portion of the module with a reminder of the ‘take-home’ messages and clinical applications that you should be comfortable using come Monday morning.

Patrick Hanaway MD
12:00 – 12:15 Concluding Remarks Michael Ash BSc, DO, ND

* Speakers/subjects and times may change