Systemic Low Grade Inflammation & Functional Medicine Therapy

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Are you looking to adopt new interventions that will help get to the deep-root causes of what you see in your practice?

One of the most prevalent issues we see is patients coming to us with some degree of inflammation. Most have probably had systemic low grade inflammation for a long period of time … even decades for some.

We need the ability to identify clinical signs and symptoms that predict a low grade inflammation state. This is especially vital as about 45% of the U.S. population has been diagnosed with chronic disease (arthritis is the #1 disability out there).

Physical evaluation lets us start picking up the signs (acanthosis nigricans, etc.), and blood testing confirms (CRP, Interleukin-6, etc.). However, Functional Medicine provides the ability to do much more to predict, diagnose, treat and prevent low grade inflammation.

With Functional Medicine, you can create targeted and personalized patient plans that will be most effective. Imagine achieving better long-term health for your patients!

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Which interventions you can adopt to identify low grade inflammation.
  • The interesting findings of Interleukin-6 inefficiency genes research and how it will affect patient lifestyle.
  • Why you need to be paying attention to anthropometrics and the oral cavity!
If you’re ready to successfully use Functional Medicine to help your patients reach optimal wellness with clear, objective findings that you track and fine-tune along the way, I highly recommend this Functional Medicine Fast Track video!

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