Born Integrative Medicine Specialists
Description: There are more than 100 types of neuropathies, with more than 20 million Americans affected.[i]Polyneuropathy is typically characterized by symmetric distal sensory loss, burning sensations, or weakness, symptoms ranging from mild to severe.[ii] Treatments with little to no side effects are not well known but are well sought after.
The point of this webinar will be to discuss an overview the common causes, as well as effective “natural” interventions, with little to no side effects that will mitigate symptoms and improve overall quality of life.
Goals and Objectives
Dr. Born is a naturopathic physician, certified nutrition specialist (CNS), co-owner and medical director of Born Integrative Medicine Specialists, PLLC. He is the Director of Product Development, Scientific and Clinical Education, as well as Scientific Advisor for Allergy Research Group. He is a medical wellness advisor for the International Medical Wellness Association and a key opinion leader for Augurex Life Sciences Corp. He graduated from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA in 2010 and completed his residency at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health, its thirteen teaching clinics, with rotations at Evergreen and Harborview Medical Centers’ Emergency Medicine Departments, and Virginia Mason Hospital’s department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Spine Clinic. He is extensively published, has appeared on multiple news and national radio shows, and lectured as an expert for the National Psoriasis Foundation and National Arthritis Foundation. He lectures at medical conferences across the country and internationally. Dr. Born’s clinical focus is utilizing integrative medicine to treat families of all ages who have complex chronic diseases, with a strong interest in difficult and refractory cases of any condition and age. He sees patients all over the US and globally.
CJ Herbal Remedies
Zhijiang Chen (C J) received Traditional Chinese Medicine training from Dr. Chenji Yao, Director of Chinese Medicine Kunming City Hospital, China from 1974-1976. He received the Degree of Medicine Diplomate in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Beijing College of Traditional Chinese medical degree program Medicine's five-year in1979-1983. He worked at Zhong Guan Cun hospital ten years as the Doctor-in-Charge of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine granted by the Haidian District Intermediate Level Professional Technical Occupation Evaluation Committee of the Beijing Science and Technology Cadre Bureau, Beijing, China on July 31st, 1991. He received NCCAOM Diplomate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology in the United States in 1998. He received a Master Degree in Oriental Medicine from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, IL in 2007. He received a Doctoral Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, IL in 2011. He worked for Ton Shen Health, Chicago IL from 1998-2003. He has been teaching Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture at the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine since 2003 to 2020. He has an acupuncture license in Illinois and Wisconsin. He has a private practice in Naperville, IL, USA. (www.cjherbalremedies.com)
Romanian Society for the History of Pharmacy
Spice plants have been used for centuries to add flavor and aroma to food, and their importance in the gastronomy is evident in historical sources, such as the Ebers papyrus and the Bible. During Antiquity, ancient physicians such as Hippocrates, Galenus, and Dioscorides have documented the medicinal properties of seasoning plants, using them to treat various ailments.The active principles in seasoning plants, including essential oils, alkaloids, glycosides, tannins, mineral substances, trace elements,vitamins, bitter substances, lipids, and carbohydrates, give them their therapeutic effects. The antibacterial and antifungal properties of these active principles have been instrumental in preserving food and preventing gastrointestinal infections.
Seasoning plants also have a good carminative effect, helping to eliminate intestinal gases, stimulate appetite, and promote healthy digestion. Certain herbs, such as rosemary, mint, sage, thyme, and oregano, have a choleretic-cholagogue effect, increasing bile secretion and promoting the digestion of lipid-rich foods. Incorporating these spices into a daily diet can prevent hepato-biliary disorders.
Today, research continues to explore the therapeutic potential of these plants in the prevention and treatment of diseases, due to their numerous health benefits.
For over 45 years, Dr. Ladislau Rosenberg PhD, was involved in research, education and practice in various fields of integrative medicine and he is recognized as a specialist in apitherapy, aromatherapy, phytotherapy and homeopathy. During the time, he was an Associate Professor at two important universities in Romania, the University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Targu Mures, Faculty of Pharmacy and the University “Lucian Blaga” of Sibiu, Faculty of Medicine. He is an expert in the history of pharmacy and honorary member of the Romanian Society for the History of Pharmacy and lecturer of the Romanian Society for Apitherapy, Phytotherapy and Aromatherapy and coordinator of health educational projects which promotes various natural therapies and their role in preventing and treating diseases.
Nanhai Maternity and Children Hospital, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine
Objective: To investigate the effect of and Acupuncture on brain plasticity and motor development in children with cerebral palsy. Investigate effect on mechanism of apoptosis of brain nerve cells, regulating the expression of neurotrophic factors, promoting the remodeling of nerve synaptic structure and motor development in young rats with cerebral palsy.Two:To evaluate the effect and mechanism of acupuncture on cerebral palsy.Three:The nerve repair effect of acupuncture on cerebral palsy.Methods:In this study, 146 cases of brain injury and 1078 cases of cerebral palsy were included by randomized controlled study with ICF Gross motor function measure ,Peabody fine motor function, Gesell, muscle tension, joint activity, activity of daily living transcranial doppler,, skull B ultrasound, Brain Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging MRI,Positron Emission Tomography SPECT, Diffusion tensor tractography evaluation method.
Results: the recovery rate of extracellular space (92.3%) was significantly higher than that of the control group (70.8%) (P <0.05), Transcranial Doppler,TCD total efficiency (79.3%) was significantly higher than that in the control group (51.8%) (P <0.05). Acupuncture to promoting the development of neurological and cognitive movement under 6 months children, effectively reduce the neurological sequelae.The total effective rate of the children with cerebral palsy was 87% in the acupuncture group, which was significantly higher than that of the control group (P <0.01). The total effective rate of Brain MRI was 59.55% in the acupuncture group and 13.25% higher than that in the control group (P <0.01). The total effective rate was 91.3% in the 1 year follow-up group, which was significantly higher than that in the control group (P <0.01). the FA value of white matter fiber bundle was significantly higher than that of acupuncture at 60 times (P <0.05). The recovery rate of ultrasonous brain injury (86.7%) in acupuncture group was significantly higher than that in control group (64.4%) (P <0.05). The recovery rate of brain SPECT in acupuncture group was 96.4%, which was significantly higher than that in the control group (P <0.01).
Acupuncture rehabilitation not only promote the development of white matter and gray matter in children with cerebral palsy, but also promote the brain function of children with cerebral palsy remodeling and compensation, and promote social adaptation, language and other cognitive function development, children with cerebral palsy movement and Fine motor function development and recovery, improve the children's self-care ability
Zhenhuan LIU professor of pediatrics,Pediatric acupuncturist Ph.D.tutor.He has been engaged in pediatric clinical and child rehabilitation for 40 years. Led the rehabilitation team to treat more than 40,000 cases of children with intellectual disability, cerebral palsy and autism from China and more than 20 countries,More than 26800 childrens deformity returned to school and society and became self-sufficient.The rehabilitation effect ranks the international advanced level.Vice-chairman of Rehabilitation professional committe children with cerebral palsy,World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies.Visiting Profassor of Chinese University of Hong Kong in recent 10 years. .He is most famous pediatric neurological and rehabilitation specialists in integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine in China.He has edited 10 books.He has published 268 papers in international and Chinese medical journals.
Biocognitive Science Institute
Based on my work with healthy centenarians (100 years and older) worldwide, I have identified four unique perceptual modes contributing to their longevity. While lifestyle is more important than genetic endowment, I propose these four longevity factors that I isolated, are as important: how they perceive time, aging, health, and self-significance. Additionally, I will illustrate how each of the four factors has psychoneuroimmunological benefits (anti-stress and anti-inflammatory effects), and how centenarian consciousness can be learned at any age. Surprisingly, many longevity studies have not included centenarian populations in their research, and none have addressed the unique default mode network centenarians enact to perceive themselves and their environments. Additionally, longevity research seems to focus
on the pathology of aging rather than the causes of health in the process of growing older. We are currently designing a research project to correlate these four factors with biomarkers of aging.
Dr. Mario Martinez, is a US licensed clinical neuropsychologist, founder of biocognitive science, and proponent of cultural psychoneuroimmunology. He is the bestselling author of The MindBody Code and The MindBody Self. Dr. Martinez serves on the scientific advisory boards of Longevity Center (Warsaw & Germany) and Apeiron Center (US). He lectures worldwide on how the causes of health are inherited and longevity is culturally learned.
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