Lise Alschuler Presents Uprooting Anxiety: Removing an Obstacle to Sustainable Wellness
Dr. Lise Alschuler to Tour United States and Present:
Practitioner-exclusive event; continuing education credits applied for!
GREEN BAY, WI (February 11, 2013) Integrative Therapeutics is pleased to announce the addition of Lise Alschuler, N.D. to their Medical Advisory Board and is sponsoring her on a nationwide seminar tour: Uprooting Anxiety: Removing an Obstacle to Sustainable Wellness. This practitioner-exclusive dinner seminar series includes a nine-city tour starting on March 5th in Scottsdale, AZ.
At least one out of every five Americans struggles with anxiety. Left unaddressed, it can impact future health conditions, thwart self-healing mechanisms and accelerate aging.
Join Dr. Lise Alschuler as she explains the effects anxiety can have on even the most well-constructed therapeutic plans. Dr. Alschuler will review the physiology of anxiety and its counterpart, resilience. She will share some of the best-studied and clinically useful biological therapies, strategies on transitioning patients to natural therapies, methods to optimize circadian health and strategies to address the physiological sequelae. “If left unheeded, anxiety will rattle loose the core health of our patients,” said Dr. Alschuler. “Providing effective anxiety relief to our patients unleashes the potential of all of our therapies and restores vitality and wellness to the lives of our patients.”
“We’re very excited to have Dr. Alschuler, a renowned expert in naturopathic medicine, present on one of the most important health topics in today’s culture, “said Mandy Kraynik, Vice President, Integrative Therapeutics. “Anxiety affects nearly everyone; however it is difficult to identify as an underlying cause as well as to know what strategy to take to appropriately address it. Dr. Alschuler’s presentation is both insightful and timely.”
Visit DrLise.Integrativeinc.com to view the tour schedule. Naturopathic, Pharmacy and Chiropractic Continuing Education Credits applied for. Seating is limited and registration is required. For interested individuals who can’t make any of the scheduled dates, a free live webinar will be offered on July 25th.