Session 6: Introduction to Integrative Lab Testing & Protocol
ABOUT THE LECTURE: This segment is to introduce the health care practitioner to laboratory blood work testing.  The knowledge to be gained is to be able to expand the current and typical blood profile, one that is keeping with the integrative healthcare practitioner model.  Learn more about bio markers, full lab panels and why you should include a much broader data collection. Being able to identify biochemical differences and suboptimal blood values will lead to a more precise, individualized protocol for your patients.

Dr. Mitchell Ghen has 35 years of experience in anti-aging and holistic and integrative medicine. Along with his work in nutritional medicine, "Dr. Mitch" has a remarkable amount of experience as an expert clinician and researcher in the field of stem cell transplantation. In addition to being a physician, Dr. Mitch holds a Master's Degree in Biomechanical Trauma and has a Ph.D. in nutrition and psychoneuroimmunology. He is an international lecturer on oral and IV nutrition and stem cell transplantation and is recognized as one of the premier teachers at conferences and seminars on integrative medicine. His private practice is in Boca Raton, Florida. Dr. Mitch's vast academic knowledge, coupled with his entertaining delivery, makes him one of the most sought-after personalities in his field. Currently, he is a medical director for several Natural Medicine companies and a consultant for physicians worldwide, teaching them how to implement integrative medicine into their practices.


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