Integrative Medicine Academy Adds Toxicity Mastery Course to Education Lineup

Toxicity Mastery Course added to Integrative Medicine Academy’s curriculum. Course designed for physicians to treat patients suffering from toxicity issues using biomedical intervention.

Pompano Beach, United States - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The Enviromental Protection Agency (EPA) states, “Toxic air pollutants are poisonous substances in the air that come from natural sources or from manmade sources and may harm your health. Breathing toxic air pollutants can increase the chances of experiencing health problems. For example, inhaling the benzene fumes that are given off when pumping gas into a car can increase chances of experiencing health effects that have been associated with exposure to benzene, such as leukemia. The toxic air pollutants of greatest concern are those that cause serious health problems. These health problems can include cancer, respiratory irritation, nervous system problems, and birth defects. Some health problems occur very soon after a person inhales a toxic air pollutant. These immediate effects may be minor, such as watery eyes. Or they may be serious, such as life-threatening lung damage. Other health problems may not appear until many months or years after a person’s first exposure to the toxic air pollutant. Cancer is one example of a delayed health problem.”

With these serious health risks in every day life, the Integrative Medicine Academy has created the Toxicity Mastery Course to train physicians and other health care practitioners on how to treat toxicity from environmental and chemical toxins using integrative medicine.

Dr. Kurt Woeller and Dr. Tracy Tranchitella are two renowned Integrative Medicine physicians who have incorporated their collective 40 years of clinical practice into the Toxicity Mastery Course so it may be easily understood and implemented in an accelerated time frame. The next course starts on June 18, 2018.

When speaking about this new course, Dr. Woeller stated, “The Toxicity Mastery Course is about teaching heath care professionals more ways to identify, test and treat for environmental toxicity, providing patients with cutting edge knowledge in order to help heal.”

Previous Integrative Medicine Academy participants had spectacular reviews. Dr. Kent Raver said, “The Academy was a great way to learn more about other options I have in testing and treating my patients. My favorite part was the online forum and one on one coaching from Dr. Woeller.”

Environmental toxins are a growing concern for individuals with chronic health problems. The link between environmental poisons such as organophosphates and heavy metals with disorders such as autism, neurological conditions, chronic fatigue and even cancer is profound. This mastery course taught by Kurt N. Woeller, D.O. is designed to provide each practitioner with comprehensive information regarding environmental toxins, including heavy metals, and protocols (detoxification, chelation, sauna therapy, etc.) to reduce the toxic load for patients/clients. Course material will cover research linking various toxins to health disorders, test interpretation of environmental toxin panels (such as the Great Plains Laboratory Toxicity Screen), glyphosate, heavy metal testing, and clinical correlation. The 9 module course includes live lessons webinars, live Q&A webinars, access to protocols, downloadable handouts and customizable documents.

The Toxicity Mastery Course begins June 18, 2018. For more information on this course, go to ToxicityMasteryCourse.com, or to get a free toxicity ebook, please go to https://toxicitymasterycourse.com/toxicity-book/ for more information.

Contact Info:
Name: Brian Woeller
Organization: Integrative Medicine Academy
Address: 49 North Federal Highway #282, Pompano Beach, FL 33062, United States
Phone: +1-954-695-0881

For more information, please visit https://ToxicityMasteryCourse.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 359765

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