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PWP2: Winter Webinar Pod (MS/ GI Pain/ Treating Different Life Stages) (self study)
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PWP2: Winter Webinar Pod (MS/ GI Pain/ Treating Different Life Stages) (self study)
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Pharmacy Webinar Pod 1

Originally presented: Sept. 10th, 2022

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6 pharmacy CEs* 

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Rethinking MS: Targeted naturopathic strategies to uplevel your treatment plans for Multiple Sclerosis
by Heidi Weinhold, ND
Presentation Description:
Multiple sclerosis affects more than 1 million people living in the United States and currently has no known cure. Naturopathic medicine provides many modalities to help reduce inflammation, modulate immune function, increase mobility, reduce stress, and improve the quality of life of those living with MS.  Dr. Weinhold will discuss how naturopathic physicians can help support MS patients utilizing diet, lifestyle management, botanical medicine, nutraceuticals, and homeopathic medicine.  She will share case studies and some clinical pearls that can be implemented into clinical practice.
Goals and Objectives:
After the presentation, participants will be able to confidently:
 1. Review Conventional Treatment Therapies for MS and common side effects.
2. Review the Role of Nutrition and Specialized Therapeutic Diets to help increase BDNF and to help decrease neuroinflammation.
3. Review the role of Botanical and Homeopathic Medicine to help mitigate inflammation and modulate the immune system.
Putting the Breaks on GI Pain: Sulfur for the Treatment of Gas and Bloating by Kathleen Janel, ND
by Kathleen Janel, ND
Presentation Description:
Sulfur may be the most unknown, natural and highly successful treatment option for gassy bloating of SIBO / SIFO and IBS disorders. Dr. Stefanie Seneff, research PhD at MIT, concludes that “sulfur is the most common nutritional deficiency that you’ve never heard of”. Over the past 25 years, we have amassed hundreds of successful case studies using sulfur therapy for the treatment of gas and bloating in SIBO/SIFO and IBS dysbiosis. We do not use antibiotics to treat SIBO and yet have successful and permanent symptom resolution. Often these patients have been through one or more courses of Xifaxan, erythromycin, metronidazole or other antimicrobial treatment. Their symptoms improve and then return. I would like to present a natural option for GI disorders by providing several case studies including SIBO, SIFO, Dysbiosis and IBS patients, along with treatment protocols. 
Goals and Objectives:
1. Understand the role of sulfur as a structural and repair element in flexible tissue.
2. Understand the role of sulfur as an antimicrobial and antifungal agent.
3. Utilize non-pharmaceutical treatment of gas and bloating in IBS / SIBO / SIFO and dysbiosis.
4. Understand the role of glyphosate in the interruption of the sulfur cycle.
5. Review studies on the successful use of sulfur for SIBO / IBS symptoms.
Coming of Age: Creating a Revolutionary Game Plan for Every Stage of Life"  by Shannon Sinsheimer, ND
by Shannon Sinsheimer, ND

Presentation Description:
As primary care doctors, we need to be able to communicate more effectively to patients based on their stage of life. It is important to support human development through life stages rather than solely on disease and have a problem focused approach from preconception health to geriatrics. In this presentation, Dr. Sinsheimer will discuss treatment guidelines will be given for 4 distinct points of change in the human life span with an outline on techniques to drive a discussion on human development. She will then present a series of case studies on preconception, midlife, and geriatric health.

Goals and Objectives:
1. Communicate more effectively to patients based on their stage of life.
2. Support human development through life stages rather than solely disease and problem focused approach from preconception health to geriatrics.
3. Understand case study examples of problem focused events that lead to opportunity for deeper human, mind, and spirit developments.
4. Create action oriented plans, supplement, nutrition protocols and pointed questions based on stage of life that advances treatment guidance.
5. Utilize genetic marker evaluations to address what is nature vs nurture in personal human development.
Dr. Heidi Weinhold received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Washington & Jefferson College. Dr. Weinhold completed a four-year doctoral program in Naturopathic Medicine from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. In 2013 she received the Alumni Award from Southwest College in recognition of her contribution towards the advancement of Naturopathic Medicine. In 2017, Southwest College further honored Dr. Weinhold by bestowing upon her an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters.
From 2008-2016, Dr. Weinhold served as the legislative chair for the Pennsylvania Association of Naturopathic Physicians (PANP), working with legislators to promote legislation to license Naturopathic Doctors in Pennsylvania. A giant step towards this effort was achieved with the passage of House Bill 516 in 2016. HB 516 provides title protection and registration for Naturopathic Physicians graduating from accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges. Full licensure efforts are currently underway. Dr. Weinhold received the 2017 Physician of the Year Award from the Pennsylvania Association of Naturopathic Physicians. Dr. Weinhold has a private practice and is the managing partner for Appalachian Botanical Company, LLC, a Certified Women Owned Small Business located in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania specializing in natural modalities to manage pain and to help relieve stress and anxiety.
Dr. Shannon Sinsheimer is a ‘06 graduate of NUNM and has been in practice and medical director of Optimal Health Center in Palm Desert, CA for over 15 years. Dr. Sinsheimer is a preeminent conception health specialist with a high success rate in fertility support. She led early advocacy efforts for improved licensure in the state of California as a CNDA board member, Public Affairs committee chair, and concept creator for the PBS Series highlighting naturopathic medicine by American Health Journal. She has authored numerous articles in general publication and peer reviewed clinical journals, lectured at medical conferences and universities in both the conventional and naturopathic educational arenas, and continues to advocate for education on the importance of quality naturopathic care for patients. Dr. Sinsheimer is a respected leader in her community achieving the distinction of Coachella Valley ‘Woman of Impact 2022’ by the American Red Cross. She is a sought after consultant for her knowledge of the human system and success in achieving excellent patient results in her local conventional community in difficult to treat conditions. Dr. Sinsheimer prides herself on her achievement in integrating naturopathic medicine as a respected and sought after option in her community as the first naturopathic doctor to open a full-time practice in the Coachella Valley.
Dr. Janel has been practicing medicine for over 25 years. She is a graduate of Bastyr Medical School and has a degree in Biochemistry from the University of British Columbia. In New England, she completed residency and associate positions in Pediatrics and Primary Care.
Over the past decades, Dr Janel has developed and refined a unique treatment approach for digestive disorders. She has used this therapy for patients around the country and around the world, to help eliminate symptoms of abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, and the gas and bloating of IBS and SIBO. She very rarely prescribes antibiotics as a treatment for digestive issues with remarkable results.
Her work was published and release in the book entitled, “GI Janel, Permanent IBS/SIBO Resolution”. In it she guides the reader through her unique steps for successful digestive recovery.