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Quick & Dirty: A Crash Course in Environmental Medicine, Pt. 2
11/16/2013 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
PART 2 – THE GOOD NEWS: TOXIN ELIMINATION PROTOCOLS
Join Becky Andrews, ND* as she distills years of specialized training and practice in environmental medicine into a 2-day, intensive overview. This course is very dense and is geared toward health care professionals. Part 1 will provide an in-depth review of the toxins in our air, food, water, homes and what they do to our bodies. She will discuss how to recognize and assess these patients. Part 2 will cover the topics of biotransformation, testing and protocols for cleansing the body of toxins. Practitioner and patient resources will be provided.
Professionals/Practitioners – $120 per class ($240 for 2-part course)
Students – $75 per class ($150 for 2-part course)
TXAND Members – $100 per class ($200 for 2-part course)
To register, visit http://naturalmedicineexpert.com/classes
Becky Andrews, ND* has nearly two decades of experience as a health care practitioner. Her primary passion is working with chronically ill patients, especially chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, mood disorders and those with “mysterious” illnesses. As a naturopathic doctor*, she always seeks the most fundamental obstacles to the body’s natural ability to heal. In her experience, toxic body burden is often a significant, overlooked and poorly understood “obstacle to cure” in these chronic, difficult cases. Becky practiced adult primary care (with specialties in CFIDS/FMS, environmental medicine, pain management and women’s health) in Seattle for 7 years before moving to Austin. She currently works at Peoples Central and teaches at AOMA School of Integrative Medicine.
*Naturopathic doctors are not currently licensed in the state of Texas.