Zrt Laboratory Announce Their Annual Portland Conference
ZRT Laboratory will host Hormones - Key to Health conference at the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower, in Portland, OR, on July 28-30, 2011. Participants, including physicians, pharmacists, and nurses, will attend this annual 3-day accredited Cont
Online, February 23, 2011 (Newswire.com) - ZRT Laboratory will host Hormones - Key to Health conference at the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower, in Portland, OR, on July 28-30, 2011. Participants, including physicians, pharmacists, and nurses, will attend this annual 3-day accredited Continuing Education course.
The mission of ZRT's CME-accredited Educational Conferences is to provide continuing education which will improve, promote and enhance clinicians' competence and performance as well as patient outcomes. ZRT features world-class experts presenting evidence based science focused on prevention, diagnosis and management within a broad range of health and wellness topics inside hormone replacement therapy, anti-aging and functional medicine. This year's conference will feature such renowned speakers as Jennifer Landa, MD; David Zava, PhD; John Monaco, MD; Alison McAllister, ND; Mark Newman, MS; and Bob Wood, RPh.
The conference program is designed to provide practitioners insight into the assessment and management of symptoms commonly associated with hormone imbalances in men and women. Demonstrated primarily in case study format, discussions will include treatment options for various issues associated with hormone imbalance, including physiology, hormone restoration, pharmacologic approaches, nutritional influences, and lifestyle factors affecting outcomes.
Topics will include:
• The assessment and treatment options for various disease states associated with hormonal imbalance, including endometriosis, sexual dysfunction, osteoporosis, and sleep disorders.
• Hormone imbalances and treatment options associated with infertility and PCOS.
• The importance of iodine and its relationship to overall health.
• Advances in laboratory testing for hormones.
• Anxiety and mood disorders.
• The clinical significance of ovarian function including the physiology and development of the ovaries.
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