What you'll get:
- Replays will be posted within 24 hours of each live presentation
- Replays will be available through 12/31/23 or as long as the platform is active.
- Where possible, any slides or complex figures will be available for download.
PLEASE NOTE - REGISTRATION FOR THE LIVE ZOOM CALLS IS AN ADDITIONAL SEPARATE LINK - If you plan to also attend the live calls please:
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OUR TOPICS WILL BE:
- Introduction to New Clinical Endocrinology
- The Laboratory
- Thyroid Part 1: Physiology and Dysfunction, Diagnosis and Treatment - Normal Function and Testing
- The Hypothalamic-Pituitary Axis: Regulation and Disruption
- The Adrenal Gland: Stress and Chronic Fatigue
- Hypogonadism, Andropause, and HRT for Men
- The Ovaries: PMS, Menstrual Problems and HRT for Menopause
- Insulin Resistance: The Metabolic Syndrome and Type II Diabetes
- Bones and Hormones: Evaluating the osteoporotic Patient for PTH
- Vitamin D and related Problems
- Case Presentations, Putting it all together
Alan B. McDaniel,M.D. has no relevant financial relationship to disclose.
Level of Evidence for Patient Care Recommendations Unless otherwise stated, the level of evidence is C. The information, comments, and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker based on his training, clinical experience, and interpretation of the literature and for educational purposes only.
Practitioners should evaluate the information, comments, and opinions using their own expertise coupled with assessment for each patient.
APPROACH TO CONTROVERSIAL TOPICS
- The speaker acknowledges that approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of illness, in general, and illness due to environmental exposure specifically are not universally agreed upon by all health care providers at this time.
- The following presentation reflects the speaker's review of the literature and clinical experience only and will be open to discussion and debate following the presentation.
- The speaker is not advocating for any specific treatment or diagnostic approach, simply presenting available knowledge and common practices at this time and encouraging discussion and debate of material presented.
- When specific tests, treatments and dosages are presented, it is simply to raise awareness of common practice, not advocating for their use.