Dr. Kurt Woeller, D.O., will be presenting on The Impact of Toxic Chemical on Neurological and Behavioral Health at the 4th Annual Integrative Medicine for Mental Health Conference in Chicago, IL, September 20-22, 2013.
Online PR News – 24-August-2013 – Lenexa, KS – Toxic environmental exposure has become a well-recognized problem in our modern world. We are all exposed to various chemicals and heavy metals in our daily lives. Heavy metals such as mercury and lead are known neurotoxins that have been linked to some cases of autism and can contribute to neurological and behavioral health challenges. Dr. Woeller will discuss various heavy metal poisons that every practitioner should be aware of, and treatment options that exist.
Dr. Kurt N. Woeller has been an autism biomedical specialist and complementary medicine physician since 1998. He is an author, lecturer, clinical practitioner and medical director for Sunrise Complementary Medical Center offering specialized testing for individuals with complex medical conditions. He provides in-person consultations in California and Oregon, and works with people abroad through his various online resource websites. Dr. Woeller has lectured nationwide regarding the benefits of biomedical therapies for autism, as well as maintaining an extensive educational resource for parents on his biomedical information website at AutismActionPlan.com and free video blog site at AutismRecoveryTreatment.com. For more information about Dr. Woeller please visit his main website at DrWoeller.com.
Integrative Medicine for Mental Health supports a whole body approach, utilizing multiple fields of medicine and nutritional sciences to help patients obtain mental wellness. The integrative approach includes metabolic testing, nutritional therapies, dietary interventions, and traditional medical treatments. Practical applications and effective protocols will be presented and can be easily applied in a clinical setting. The concepts and practical guidelines presented at this conference can dramatically improve the quality of life of practitioners and patients.
Date: September 20-22, 2013
Location: Chicago, IL
CE/CME/CEU credits available!