If you’ve got an hour (or less!), the following free webinars will provide you knowledge from innovative practitioners as they share practical insights into growing and practicing new techniques.
Dr. Cowden will show you many of the exciting integrative tools that are now available for assisting in the reversal of damaged or degenerated brain & spine.
Dr. Grube explains how dental heavy metals injure the body & the brain and helps us understand the right ways & wrong ways to remove heavy metals from teeth.
Dr. Shealy describes how he does PEMF therapy and various other natural therapies he uses for patients with diabetic neuropathy and pre-diabetes (syndrome-X).
In this webinar, Marco Zahedi MD will go into issues such as why to consider stem cells as therapy, the difference between autograft and allograft stem cell, and much more!
In this webinar, Dr Ashmeira and Dr Raja will give an overview of Russian Space Medicine, Karzonin Extra, and Redox Medicine/Mitochondrial Rescue.
Join us as Robert Clendenin MD dives into exosomes and their benefits.
In this webinar, bob Dennis covers the limitations of our current scientific understanding of the fundamental mechanisms of PEMF.
Dr. Klinghardt discusses various chronic diseases that are likely caused by activated retro-viruses and what treatments can be done to help such people.
Zach Bush stresses the importance of gut microbiota to human health and unexpected connections between the gut, kidneys and endocrine systems.
Stephen Sintra MD will share what he's learned from writing, researching, and reliving the experiences of patients who returned from death with new outlooks in life.
Thomas Santucci guides us through the clinical side of resolving neurodegenerative conditions using Post Concussive Syndrome and Alzheimer’s.
Eric Weiss will dive into what stem cells are, how umbilical stem cells work and can be a therapy option for patients
Join us as Wendy Michaelis covers techniques on handling mold problems inside of your home.
Mark Tommerdahl introduces the Brain Gauge, the science behind it and how it can be used to track recovery of a patient.