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Thursday, February 10, 2022 - Doc Talks | Peptide Therapy Introduction and overview
Within the integrated medical professional paradigms there is an emphasis on Individualized Care and Personalized Medicine. This approach is extremely valuable from a diagnostic perspective, as well as for addressing the root causes of disease, however is also highly variable in respect to implementation as evidenced by discrepancies between providers and the sheer volume of supplements and herbals available.
This lecture will make a case for the implementation of “Flexible Standardized Protocols” to address issues, using examples of common disorders such as SIBO. Many examples of this exist in our community already but tend to be
focused on things such as Mold or Lyme. Many of our more well known faculty teach protocols at various conferences yet widespread implementation is still minimal. The Biomedical and Functional medicine community has gained larger
traction by utilizing this concept, thought the majority of treatments are derived from the Naturopathic model.
In an environment that demands increasing evidence standardized protocols for our community provide a way to improve outcomes, measure data/evidence and increase patient compliance.
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