Naturopathic Webinar 20
with Dr. Leah Hollon, ND, MPG
TUESDAY, May 15th, 2018: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
2 CEs (pending approval by OBNM)
*Please note this webinar is pending approval for 1 general and 1 pharmacy CE.
2 CEs for CA acupuncturists (pending)
REGISTER NOW * $75 members | $95 non-members
Category 1 TM Credits
CE Provider #805
310 670 8100
This course is pending approval by The California Acupuncture Board for 2 hours of continuing education
This course will be available as a self study after the date of the live webinar.
*Refunds not available
As physicians, we have an eclectic set of tools to help a variety of individuals. Our therapies have bridged hundreds of years from homeopathics to IV nutrition to pharmacotherapy. But at this time, we find ourselves at an interesting crossroad. How do we continue to fuse our traditional roots with ongoing new scientific understanding of gene expression and disease? What are the best tools for these new discoveries and how can we be more specific? Throughout this session we will explore the basics of phenotypical expression and how methylation can alter physiology and thus disease expression. It will provide insight to when therapy is appropriate, when it should be discontinued, and in some cases when it could be harmful. Current supportive literature and cases studies will be shared to enhance best practices and case management. Additionally, the session will focus on the most important enzymes that are essential to understand and treat chronic diseases. This session will emphasize targeted and individualized support by way of pharmacotherapy, pharmacognosy, homeopathy, nutrition, and lifestyle support by way of web based lecture and case based learning.
Attend this presentation to confidently:
2. Identify physiological symptoms that may suggest lower or higher methylation status.
3. Identify one key enzyme that regulates each of the following: Catecholamine degradation, hormone regulation and immune regulation.
4. Chose two pharmacotherapy agents that assist with histamine regulation.
Dr. Leah Hollon holds a BS in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and a Master in Public Health (MPH) from VCU School of Medicine. She completed her ND degree and residency training at NUNM. She was an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy for three years and is a founder and co-owner of Richmond Natural Medicine. She has been an editor for the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (AJPE), has been published in the use of alternative medicine in Central Appalachia, and assisted in the establishment of a drug court program in Central Appalachia. Dr. Hollon has lectured within the field of pharmacy for ASCP (American Society of Consulting Pharmacists), UNC, Creighton, EVMS, VCOM and Manchester Universities. She has served as a board member and President of the VAANP, as well as a board member of the OANP. Dr. Hollon presently serves as the residency site coordinator for the first accredited naturopathic residency in Virginia. She has also presented regionally within her discipline for the VAANP, MDANP, AANP and ICNM.