MAND 2022 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
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Long Haul COVID treatment through the lens of Histamine Intolerance
Corrie Marinaro, ND
It is estimated that between 27% and 33% of patients who contract COVID will develop Long-Haul COVID syndrome, a mix of inflammatory symptoms that can significantly inhibit quality of life and ability to work. In this presentation, we will examine strategies for addressing the metabolic dysregulation that can occur when histamine intolerance and COVID infection overlap.
9:00 - 9:15 | A Word from our Sponsor: Christine Jankins, Researched Nutritionals
Just another Day in the Office: Literature Review, Testing and Treatment of Tick-Borne Disease and Associated Infections
Julia Greenspan, ND
This discussion will focus on clinical pearls, up-to-date literature review, and case presentations addressing common multisystemic chronic conditions seen in office. These include tick-borne Infections, PANDAS/PANS, Mold Biotoxin Illness, parasites, Mast Cell Activation and psychological barriers common in treatment.
11:15 - 11:30 | A word from our generous sponsor: Jackie Hellrung, NCMIC
Mistakes I’ve Made
Jacob Schor, ND
It is often said that we learn from our mistakes. Living the quiet, socially distant, quiet life of retirement here in Maine has provided me the opportunity to remember and think over (some might say dwell upon) some of the mistakes I made during my years in practice. I'm hoping that by sharing some of them with you that we all might learn from them.
12:30 - 1:15 | A word from our generous sponsors: Carolyn Salvi, Vibrant America, Lisa Saccone, Alletess, & Nina Stout, Xymogen
Clinical Anecdotes: What Works...I Didn’t Make Any Mistakes Like Jacob
Shiva Barton, ND
We will review and/or discuss treatments that have been successful in clinical practice for a variety of conditions, including endometriosis, Parkinson's Disease, acute immune support, opioid addiction. We will also look at some concepts about balancing precise and whole person health interventions.
2:15 - 2:30 | A word from our generous sponsor: Chris Alley, Integrative Therapeutics
Naturopathic and Integrative Pearls for Navigating Pediatric Neuroimmune Conditions - PANS/PANDAS
Steven Zarembka, ND
Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections (PANDAS) and Pediatric Acute-Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome (PANS) are complex neuroimmune conditions that often evade timely diagnosis and can be met with numerous challenges in receiving adequate treatment. This presentation will provide an overview of the history of PANDAS/PANS, known etiologies and risk factors, proposed pathophysiology, conventional diagnostic criteria and treatment options along with naturopathic and integrative frameworks, therapies, and clinical pearls that are poised to help practitioners, parents, and patients navigate this complex condition.
4:00 - 4:15 | A word from our generous sponsor: Meredith Downing, Coastal Compounding
Clinical Pearls on BHR
Carrie Levine, CNM
Hormone therapy is an effective treatment for symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. There is art in prescribing and individualized care yields the best results with the lowest side effect profile. 3 case studies will be reviewed.
4:15 - 5:45