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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Fellowship Level 8 Topics & Speakers

ACIM Fellowship Level 8 Speakers & Topics

Bio-identical Signaling Therapy: The Oxidative Response Mechanism

Bio-identical Signaling Therapy: The Oxidative Response Mechanism

Luis Martinez, MD


Objectives:
  1. Identify the role of the Oxidative Response Mechanism involved in cellular repair
  2. Review the role of oxidative stress in chronic degenerative diseases
  3. Learn how Bio-identical Signaling therapy can be applied to the practice of Integrative Medicine
Synopsis:  Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) are unavoidable products of cellular metabolism and of environmental exposure to toxins. They are implicated in the aging process due to their detrimental and cumulative effects. However, ROS also serve a crucial role as messengers and are able to activate the oxidative response mechanism (ORM) responsible for increased cellular repair. Aging results in a gradual decrease in the body’s own ability to respond to and activate the oxidative response mechanism. Bio-Identical Signaling Therapy is a scientifically proven approach to increase ORM and cellular repair.  This presentation will discuss the scientific basis for Bio-identical signaling therapy, its benefits and its role in Integrative Medicine.
  • 7 March 2017
  • Author: Lisa Wade
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