At AAMP live conferences, your health and safety remains our utmost importance. Right now, our AAMP Fall Conference will take place on October 9th – 11th, 2020 in Seattle, Washington. AAMP is working closely with the hotel, to ensure that all appropriate health and safety measures are in place.
At this time and is likely to be the case in the forthcoming months, your decision in how you participate in this conference will be down to how you feel, or down to regulations in place outside of your control, or possibly a combination of both. Either way, one of these factors, if not both, will clearly come into play.
AAMP can assist you in the decision-making process by offering you an appropriate range of options:
- Joining us in-person for the August conference and enjoy all the atmosphere, course material and value-added benefits that an AAMP conference has built its reputation on, all with health and safety in mind.
- Join us for a live remote stream over the entire 3-day conference, that will be interactive, so you can feel part of the audience during Q & A, panel discussions etc. U.S. based physicians will also qualify for the full 18 hours AMA PRA Cat 1 CME credits, 10 pharmacology and 2.5 ethics credits.
- Unable to join us for the live remote stream? No problem. You can obtain all the lecture recordings and course material post-conference and still obtain your full CME credit entitlement, having completed the evaluation and quiz questions.
Immune Disruption – the Source of Most Chronic Illness
- Biotoxins, Mycotoxins, Chemical and Metal Toxicants: Effects on the Human Immune Response
- Brain Mapping using qEEG and other methodologies in chronic cases
- Patients to consider further testing: What presentations, what tests and when
- Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)
- The allergy / toxin / immune regulation crossover conundrum: Where do I go next?
- Immunology isn’t my Strong Suit: can I leave here understanding it better so I can really help my patients?
Mold and Mycotoxin Illness – Assessment and Treatment, “A to Z”
- Patient Selection: The mold patient you “can’t see”
- Diagnosis and assessment: The good and bad of testing and follow-up
- Effective treatment strategies: When herbal, versus compounded or standard Rx are required
- Troubleshooting the tough patient or the one in crisis
- Environmental testing and assessment
- Prevention: Keeping them well
Removing Blocks to Cure – More Therapeutic options
- Mast Cells and neuropsychiatric issues: NeuroQuant Imaging to locate dysregulation in mold, MCAS, EDS/dysautonomia
- Human “chemical” impediments to healing and their therapeutics: Sulfites, Oxalates, Pyrroles, Salicylates, Aldehydes, Alcohols, Ammonia and related compounds
- The gut, biofilms and other targets of therapies
- Respiratory therapies
- Specific therapies and synergy: Using therapies together for increased clinical success. Included will be nutrient supplements, Hyperbaric Oxygen, Sauna, IV and Injection overviews, Laser/PDT, Rx and other useful therapies