SpectraCell Laboratories has lined up a webinar series for 2012 that will focus on the link between micronutrient status and health. SpectraCell's webinars are presented by nationally recognized expert physicians and free to the public, although they are geared toward the physician who wants to implement innovative diagnostic testing and technologies in his practice.
Online PR News – 03-February-2012 – – Houston, TX. SpectraCell announces the first half of its 2012 lineup of educational webinars. Although the presentation content is geared toward physicians, they are free to the public and emphasize the clinical implications of nutritional deficiencies on health and disease:
SpectraCell 2012 Webinar Series:
January – Telomere Testing: A New Tool for Your Age Management Practice presented by: Dr. Dian Ginsberg, MD, OB/Gyn in Houston, Clinical Director of Women’s Specialty Healthcare
February – Micronutrient Testing Report presented by: Dr. Fred Crawford, PhD, Director of Operations for SpectraCell Laboratories
March – Part 1 of a series on Increasing Energy presented by: Dr. Eva Cwynar, MD, Endocrinologist in Beverly Hills, Author of The Fatigue Solution
April – Nutritional Considerations of Rheumatic Disorders presented by: Dr. Ron Grabowski, RD, DC, Clinical Education Director for SpectraCell Laboratories
May – Correlating Micronutrient Testing with Common Pathologies presented by: Dr. Ron Grabowski, RD, DC, Clinical Education Director for SpectraCell Laboratories
June – Part 2 of a series on Increasing Energy presented by: Dr. Eva Cwynar, MD, Endocrinologist in Beverly Hills, Author of The Fatigue Solution
July – Clinical Implications of Micronutrient Testing presented by: Dr. Ron Grabowski, RD, DC, Clinical Education Director for SpectraCell Laboratories
August – Part 3 of a series on Increasing Energy presented by: Dr. Eva Cwynar, MD, Endocrinologist in Beverly Hills, Author of The Fatigue Solution
SpectraCell has hosted 28 successful webinars in the past two years with a diverse group of expert presenters. Credentials range from world reknown cardiologists and anti-aging practitioners to metabolic experts, gynecologists, registered dieticians and more. Topics typically focus on the link between micronutrient status and disease and the diagnostic tools currently available in clinical practice to assess this. Several diseases have been covered in past webinars in addition to topics such as case study reviews, gluten sensitivity and telomeres. Two additional doctors will be added to the 2012 webinar series – both with an anti-aging slant to their practice.
A webinar is a seminar given on the web. The audience views and hears the presentation on their own computers so physical attendance is not required. There is an interactive component of the webinar in that the “attendees” can send questions during the presentation, which will the presenter receives and answers during the question and answer session at the end.
Each webinar is about an hour in length and occurs on the third Thursday of the month. Slides and audio to each webinar can be downloaded by the public within 24 hours of the live event and are listed on SpectraCell’s website in their webinar library: http://www.spectracell.com/clinical-education-center/education-center-webinar-library/
To register for each event, go to www.spectracell.com/webinars
About SpectraCell Laboratories – SpectraCell is a CLIA accredited laboratory that offers advanced clinical testing to healthcare providers nationwide. SpectraCell’s diagnostic testing is relevant for both prevention as well as the treatment and management of disease since it offers cellular nutritional analysis, cardiovascular diagnostics, aging and genetic testing.
SpectraCell’s micronutrient testing is a comprehensive assessment of a patient’s nutritional status at the cellular level. Unlike traditional serum, hair and urine tests, SpectraCell’s micronutrient testing measures how an individual’s white blood cells function in specific nutritional environments. Over 32 vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants are evaluated. As a result, individual differences in metabolism, age, genetics, health, prescription drug usage, absorption rate and other factors are taken into consideration.