An Introduction to Chronic Heavy Metal Toxicity: Epidemiology, Energetics and Treatment

PRESENTERS

Christopher M. Estes, MD, MPH, IFMCP
Emily T. Rowe, MD, AP, IFMCP

DATE/TIME

Monday September 20th, 7:00pm to 9:00pm EST
Registrants will have access to the recorded Webinar for 1 month after the live broadcast

AUDIENCE

  • Any Healthcare Practitioner: Physicians, Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistants, Naturopath, Chiropractor, Acupuncturist
  • Any Allied Health Worker: Reiki Practitioners, Sound Healers and other Energy Workers, Nurses, Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists, Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, Massage Therapists
  • Healthcare Practitioners in Training: MD/DO/ND/DC Students, Resident Physicians in any specialty, Acupuncture Students

TUITION

$25

Miami Beach Comprehensive Wellness Center is excited to announce an online, interactive webinar for healthcare providers of all backgrounds.

According to the CDC’s Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, the top 3 highest priority toxic substances in our environment are: Arsenic, Lead and Mercury1.  Another heavy metal, Cadmium, ranks close behind these at position number 7.  These toxins are known to be associated with a variety of human diseases: heart attacks, hypertension, autoimmune disease, cancers and more.  Healthcare providers can play an integral role to address this underlying cause of significant diseases in our population.  This class is an introduction to the epidemiology, clinical presentation, energetics and treatment of chronic metal toxicity.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Introduce Miami Beach Comprehensive Wellness Center’s approach to truly integrated medicine
  • Differentiate the concepts, consequences and clinical manifestations of acute versus chronic toxicity
  • Discuss the epidemiology of environmental toxicity as it relates to metals
  • Evaluate the association of environmental metal exposure with chronic diseases
  • Discuss the Energetics of chronic metal toxicity from an individual, community and global standpoint
  • Formulate strategies to evaluate patients for the presence of metal toxins
  • Discuss comprehensive approaches to treat chronic metal exposure
  • Demonstrate energetic approaches to address issues of chronic metal toxicity