Fatiguing Illness: Addressing Low Energy on a Cellular Level
Date: Saturday, May 15, 2021
Time: 9:00 AM EDT-3:00 PM EDT
The CDC estimates that approximately 836,000 to 2.5 million Americans suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and 90 percent of people have not been diagnosed. Fatigue has been one of the top 5 presenting complaints in primary care practices, as well. Join us to explore the pathophysiology behind this common and serious problem as our presenters discuss mitochondrial health, stress hormones, thyroid dysfunction and more. Current evaluation and therapeutic strategies will be shared by our panel of experts.
All times are Eastern Daylight Time. Click on session titles to view abstracts and speaker names to view bios.
|9:00 AM ET||Welcome Remarks|
|Chronic Fatigue in Lyme Disease, a Multisystem Complex||Samuel M. Shor, MD|
|10:00 AM ET||Fatigue and Lyme Disease||Robert C. Bransfield, MD|
|11:00 AM ET||Monitoring Patients During Chronic Fatigue – An Immune System Perspective||Felix Scholz, PhD|
|12:05 PM ET||[Sponsored by Researched Nutritionals] Targeting Mitochondrial Support for Combating Fatigue||Debby Hamilton, MD, MPH|
|12:50 PM ET||Where Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Viruses and Tick-Borne Diseases Intersect||Eric Gordon, MD|
|2:00 PM ET||Factors that Cause Hypothyroidism that is Not Detected by Thyroid Function Tests||Kent Holtorf, MD|
|3:00 PM ET||Closing Remarks|
| ||Through May 7:||May 8-May 15|
FAQ for Fatigue Seminar
Will the videos be available for viewing after the event?
The speaker presentations will be available for viewing for 30 days after the event ends through our online Learning Management System. The videos will not include the Q&A portion of the live event.
Will the PowerPoint presentations be provided to attendees?
PowerPoint presentations will be made available to all registered attendees one week in advance of the seminar through our online Learning Management System.
Is CME credit available for this event?
We are choosing not to give CME for this seminar. This gives us the freedom to discuss specific treatment protocols which would not be eligible content for CME. Please visit our online Learning Management System to see courses available on-demand for CME credit.