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AAEM 2009 Instructional Course 2: Food Sensitivities

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Food Sensitivities on DigiVision

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2009 Food Sensitivities on DigiVision :: 28 Lectures, 2 Full Days

This course will provide a complete, scientifically validated program on the effective diagnosis and treatment of food sensitivity, so that the participants can immediately use the provided insights and modalities to achieve effective long-term, cost-effective medical outcomes for their patients. You will benefit from a practicum and immediately begin to use quantitative skin and sublingual testing for foods, drugs and other substances/situations, like infections, that may effect testing.

Educational Objectives:

  • Discuss an overview of the model of environmental medicine and the dynamic nature of biological systems, interactions and dysfunctions that cause many common chronic diseases;
  • Discuss the multiple mechanisms involved with foods contributing to illness;
  • Review food patterns in illnesses, and the various mechanisms behind them;
  • Appreciate the rationale of the Paleolithic Diet concepts;
  • Discuss the different types of food elimination/challenge diets used for diagnosis of food sensitivity;
  • Discuss the use of in vitro testing in the diagnosis of food-related problems;
  • Discuss the rotary diversified diet, stressing its benefits for both diagnosis and treatment, with practical information on how to teach it to patients;
  • Benefit from a practicum and immediately begin to use quantitative skin and sublingual testing for foods;
  • Perform insurance coding for allergy and treatment vaccines;
  • Benefit from illustrative case study examples for foods, with interactive discussion between faculty and attendees.

Title List

  1. Goals and Objectives of the Course - Kalpana D. Patel, MD, FAAEM
  2. Overview of the Principles of Environmental Medicine for Diagnosis and Treatment - Kalpana D. Patel, MD, FAAEM
  3. The Comprehensive History of a Chemically Sensitive Patient - Kalpana D. Patel, MD, FAAEM
  4. The Comprehensive Physical Examination and Initial Lab Evaluation for the Work Up for the Chemically Sensitive Patient - William J. Rea, MD, FAAEM
  5. Pesticides and the Effects on Human Health - William J. Rea, MD, FAAEM
  6. How Chemicals Effect the Immune System Part 1 of 3 - Aristo Vojdani, PhD
  7. How Chemicals Effect the Immune System Part 2 of 3 - Aristo Vojdani, PhD
  8. How Chemicals Effect the Immune System Part 3 of 3 - Aristo Vojdani, PhD
  9. Solvents Non-Pesticide Chemicals - William J. Rea, MD, FAAEM
  10. Testing the Chemically Injured Patient Sublingually and Intradermally - Kalpana D. Patel, MD, FAAEM
  11. Urinary Issues and Water Pollution - William J. Rea, MD, FAAEM
  12. Outdoor Air Pollution - William J. Meggs, MD
  13. Case Presentations - William J. Meggs, MD; Aristo Vojdani, PhD, MT; and Kalpana Patel, MD, FAAEM
  14. An Overview of Toxicology - William J. Meggs, MD
  15. Respiratory Effects from Chemical Sensitivity - Kalpana D. Patel, MD, FAAEM
  16. Pesticide and Pyrethroids Poisoning and Chemical Sensitivity - William J. Meggs, MD
  17. Indoor Air Pollution - William J. Meggs, MD
  18. Food Pollution - Kalpana D. Patel, MD, FAAEM
  19. Neurotoxicity Effects from Chemical Sensitivity - William J. Meggs, MD
  20. GI and GU Dysfunction in Chemical Sensitivity - Robin Bernhoff, MD
  21. Ear, Nose and Throat Effects from Chemical Sensitivity - Kalpana Patel, MD, FAAEM
  22. Musculoskeletal Clinical Syndromes - Kalpana Patel, MD, FAAEM
  23. Treatment Modalitites: Avoidance, Sauna, and More - William J. Rea, MD, FAAEM
  24. Toxic Heavy Metals in Chemical Sensitivity and the Do's and Don'ts of Chelation Therapy - David W. Quig, PhD
  25. Optimal Macronutrient and Mirconutrient Satus in the Treatment of Chemical Sensitivity - William J. Rea, MD, FAAEM
  26. Oxygen Therapy in the Treament of Chemical Sensitivity - William J. Rea, MD, FAAEM
  27. Injection Therapies: Chemicals, Viruses, Bacteria and Neuropeptides - Kalpana D. Patel, MD, FAAEM
  28. Practicum Case History and Intradermal Chemical Testing and Treatment - William J. Rea, MD, FAAEM and Kalpana D. Patel, MD, FAAEM

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 19.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine provides basic instructional courses covering various topics in environmental medicine. They are designed to provide the knowledge and modalities needed by physicians and health care professionals to effectively incorporate Environmental Medicine into their practices (of any specialty). Each course includes the syllabus and Continuing Medical Education credit.

There are Four AAEM Instructional Courses Listed Below

Instructional Course 1: The Diagnosis and Treatment of Inhalant Allergies

Instructional Course 2: The Diagnosis and Treatment of Food Sensitivities

Instructional Course 3: The Diagnosis and Treatment of Chemical Sensitivities

Instructional Course 4: The Metabolism: Nutrition and the New Endocrinology

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Lecture Series: American Academy of Environmental Medicine
Lecture Year: 2009
Lecture Season: Instructional Courses
Sku: AEM-092W

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