Headaches are one of the most ubiquitous symptoms physicians encounter in practice. While often benign, headaches can be a manifestation of a myriad of diseases. In a presentation at the 20th Annual Restorative Medicine Conference, Jay Lombard, DO, will discuss headaches and outline a standardized approach to identify warning signals in patients.
What you’ll learn:
Dr. Lombard is a neurologist currently in private practice where his primary focus is on integrative medical approaches for ALS and other rare neurodegenerative diseases. He returned to practice after acting as the chief scientific officer and co-founder of Genomind, a genetic testing company focused on psychiatry. He is the author of several critically acclaimed books including his most recent publication Mind of God, Neuroscience, Faith and the Search for the Soul, which explored the intersection of spirituality and science. Dr. Lombard is also the author of several landmark studies, including the initial observation that subtypes of autism were mitochondrial based, which has been substantiated in subsequent studies. Dr. Lombard completed his neurology residency in 1995 and is the former chief of neurology at Westchester Square Medical Center and Bronx Lebanon Hospital.
We are offering options to attend the 20th Annual Restorative Medicine Conference either in-person or virtually. Attending a conference in-person is more expensive (with additional costs such as air travel and hotel rooms), and watching from home in your pajamas can be tempting. We think the personal interactions and connections made with conference faculty and fellow attendees who are also on-site are worth it! We need to reach a minimum number of Sedona registrations to go forward with the in-person portion of the conference. So, at least 125 attendees must sign up for the in-person conference by the early bird deadline of June 1. If we don’t reach the minimum number of Sedona attendees by June 1, we will transfer everyone already registered to the virtual event and offer a full refund if someone who signed up for Sedona does not want to attend virtually instead.
The 20th Annual Restorative Medicine Conference will focus on neurology and mental health topics, including:
Update or increase your clinical skills in neurology and mental health by registering to attend the 20th Annual Restorative Medicine Conference, either in-person in Sedona, Arizona or online.
CME Credits: The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) has approved the 20th Annual Restorative Medicine Conference for 15 CME credits.
AMA/AAFP Equivalency: AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. When applying for the AMA PRA, Prescribed credit earned must be reported as Prescribed, not as Category 1.
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