Low Dose Immunotherapy for Chronic "Infections"
Saturday, November 10: 10:10 AM - 11:10 AM
Some chronic conditions are thought to be "infections" when they are actually something quite different. This lecture will discuss the important distinction between a true infection and a chronic immune-mediated inflammatory condition. Examples used to illustrate this concept will include Lyme disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Acne, Genital Herpes and others. The treatment approach to chronic immune-mediated disorders should not be based on antimicrobial therapies. Low Dose Immunotherapy (LDI) is a fairly new treatment technique for chronic inflammatory conditions that can dramatically improve these conditions through immune modulation rather than antimicrobial strategies. Case examples will be used to illustrate this.

Ty Vincent, MD

Ty Vincent, MD is an integrative physician in practice since 2005 in Wasilla, Alaska where he has a large multidisciplinary integrative clinic. He completed medical school through the University of Washington, and a residency in family medicine in Anchorage, Alaska. Dr. Vincent has gained additional training in acupuncture, Chinese medicine, environmental medicine, allergy and immunology, bio-identical hormone therapy, chelation therapy, hyperbaric medicine, integrative cancer therapy, Reiki and nutritional medicine.

Dr. Vincent has lectured nationally many times on the subjects of bio-identical hormone therapies, vitamin D, and low dose immunotherapy. In 2014, Dr. Vincent developed immune therapy techniques for treating chronic Lyme disease and a large number of autoimmune diseases with a high degree of success and safety. He has since been treating patients across the country with these disabling illnesses, and educating other practitioners in the use of this new therapy.

Dr. Vincent is married with eight children, and currently resides in Kona, Hawaii. He works from home, helping chronically ill people around the world via telemedicine consultation and sending Low Dose Immunotherapy to their homes. He can be best reached via email at customerservice@globalimmunotherapy.com. The website www.globalimmunotherapy.com has more information for providers and patients.


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