Date: 17th July, Tuesday
Addressing inflammatory networks with BioRegulatory Medicine: Concepts and practical consequences. This webinar will present a different viewpoint on the management of inflammation.
Non-resolving inflammation has emerged as a central theme in the pathogenesis of most chronic diseases. The most important aspect emerging from research is that using anti-inflammatory medication to reduce inflammation does not mean resolution and managing inflammation in a linear, suppressive way may not be the right strategy, and in fact may be detrimental. The role of acute physiological inflammation as a homeostatic mechanism needs to be revived.
We need innovative solutions and strategies to treat the underlying factors resulting in chronic non-resolving inflammation rather than just suppressing the inflammation. These solutions can be found in the systems medicine approach using bioregulation.
YOU WILL LEARN THAT:
- Inflammation is not necessarily bad. There is a difference between suppression and resolution of inflammation, with therapeutic options to support resolution
- The management of non-resolving inflammation needs to take causative factors into account, for example, the dysregulation of other biological networks
- Possible therapeutic strategies to manage this very complex problem.
3 x Webinars $80AUD
from 21st June 2018
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1 Hour + Live Q&A
1 point per webinar
Accredited & Recognised by ANTA, ANPA & CMA
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Presented by: Dr Alta Smit, BSc (Phys), MB BCh, MF (Hom)
Alta Smit is the current Director of Medical Affairs and Research at Biologische Heilmittel Heel GmbH in Baden-Baden, Germany. Dr Smit is also the moderator of Heel’s Scientific Board and serves on the Scientific Board of the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany. She is a founding member of the International Society of Homotoxicology and Homeopathy and is a member of the Institute of Functional Medicine.
Dr Smit is recognised internationally as an integrative medical doctor and lecturer, with a focus on bioregulation therapy of modern diseases. She has extensive experience in various areas of medicine and has published in numerous medical journals. Her special interests lie in acquired mitochondrial myopathies, atopic disease and functional somatic syndromes.
In addition to degrees in Physiotherapy and Medicine, Dr Smit has completed several courses in Homotoxicology, Acupuncture and Neural therapy. In 1997 she completed her fellowship in Homeopathy at the Royal College of Homeopathy in London, England. From 1994-2004 she practiced Integrative Medicine, using the aforementioned modalities, as well as Orthomolecular Manipulation, to treat chronic diseases.