The Power of Functional Medicine Interconnectedness

Hi!

I am so excited to share this Facebook Live and THESE POWERFUL PEARLS of functional medicine with you.  At SAFM we teach our students to be both confident and highly skilled at “puzzle piecing” and finding the interconnectedness between pieces of each patient’s unique case. In this presentation, I’ll share a few stapled but also some unexpected connections which might surprise you!

Check out this video to get some clinical pearls you can use right away.  You’ll learn:

  • Example of unexpected connection in Arthritis, Autoimmune disease, and Type 2 diabetes (you’ll be surprised!)
  • The Classic Mistake many practitioners are making about Rapid Relief and Root Causes (are you doing it too?)
  • Most commonly missed impacts of medications
  • Alarming examples of where the typical remedy is actually making the disease process worse (yes, worse)
  • Where to start when nothing seems to fit together?!? (yep, we’ve all been there before)

Please add a comment below to share what most resonated with you in this video, I am very interested in what you think.

Thanks very much for joining in the fun and learning! Congratulations to Mary Campbell for winning the free seat to our next Core 101 Semester starting January 15th (a $2,200 value) we gave away after the video. Woohoo!

Thanks very much for joining in the fun and learning!

With warmth, love, and gratitude to you for sharing your gifts with so many –

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    Samantha Hall says:

    I am incredibly excited to have signed up (only just) to start the course today! Thank you for this. Your mention of gut permeability and skin issues makes me feel optimistic for helping my partner with his terrible red, itchy skin which several dermatologists have failed to help with. He recently had gall stones, is prone to diarrhoea and has for many years taken a protein pump inhibitor (which we ave managed to halve the dose of with daily ACV). I feel renewed hope!

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    Susan Payne says:

    I am super excited to start school next week! Your talks are filled with so much fascinating information, I can’t get enough! Thank you for all you do!

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    Toni Profera says:

    I know this is past the drawing, and I am just getting to stream this today. One of the many new pieces of info that I learned today was the clarification of how the blood thinners may cause impairment with Vit K2 functioning, which can lead to calcification in the arteries. (hope I understood that correctly). I understand that they (the meds)are good for triage. I am so excited to begin the official course! Thank you so much.

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