Join us for our 52nd Annual Meeting
The Chateaux Deer Valley
Park City, Utah

Environmental Influence on Mental Health
Advanced Techniques in IV Therapy
LDA/LDA: A New Treatment Option



Video Education

  • Part ONE

    Inhalants Allergies
  • $395

  • 17.25 CME Credits
  • DigiVision Format
  • Part Two

    Food Sensitivity
  • $395

  • 19 CME Credits
  • DigiVision Format
  • Part THREE

    Chemical Sensitivity
  • $395

  • 18.5 CME Credits
  • DigiVision Format
  • Part FOUR

    Nutrition/Endocrinology
  • $395

  • 20 CME Credits
  • DigiVision Format

Part ONE: The Diagnosis and Treatment of Inhalant Allergies

$395 (in DigiVision Format)

This course will provide the practitioner with a comprehensive and complete program with which to assess and treat complex inhalant allergies in the office setting. You will learn how to confirm clinical suspicions and determine the levels of sensitivity with quantitative intradermal and sublingual testing for specific allergens.

Educational Objectives:

  • Discuss the model of environmental medicine and contrast it with the conventional model of medicine;
  • Describe how antigens are manufactured, quality controlled, their terminology, and what standardization means;
  • Articulate an understanding of the basic immunology involved in inhalant immunotherapy;
  • Describe how to confirm clinical suspicions and determine the levels of sensitivity with quantitative intradermal or sublingual testing for specific allergens;
  • Set up an allergy treatment plan;
  • Prepare patient's antigen vial(s) for immunotherapy;
  • Discuss how to manage common difficulties in the administration of immunotherapy;
  • Describe the practical items to help in controlling environmental exposures;
  • Articulate how to prevent, recognize and treat and adverse or anaphylactic reaction.

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 17.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


Part TWO: The Diagnosis and Treatment of Food Sensitivities

$395 (in DigiVision Format)

This course will provide a complete, scientifically validated program on the effective diagnosis and treatment of food sensitivity, so that the participants can immediately use the provided insights and modalities to achieve effective long-term, cost-effective medical outcomes for their patients. You will benefit from a practicum and immediately begin to use quantitative skin and sublingual testing for foods, drugs and other substances/situations, like infections, that may effect testing.

Educational Objectives:

  • Discuss an overview of the model of environmental medicine and the dynamic nature of biological systems, interactions and dysfunctions that cause many common chronic diseases;
  • Discuss the multiple mechanisms involved with foods contributing to illness;
  • Review food patterns in illnesses, and the various mechanisms behind them;
  • Appreciate the rationale of the Paleolithic Diet concepts;
  • Discuss the different types of food elimination/challenge diets used for diagnosis of food sensitivity;
  • Discuss the use of in vitro testing in the diagnosis of food-related problems;
  • Discuss the rotary diversified diet, stressing its benefits for both diagnosis and treatment, with practical information on how to teach it to patients;
  • Benefit from a practicum and immediately begin to use quantitative skin and sublingual testing for foods;
  • Perform insurance coding for allergy and treatment vaccines;
  • Benefit from illustrative case study examples for foods, with interactive discussion between faculty and attendees.

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 19.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


Part THREE: The Diagnosis and Treatment of Chemical Sensitivities

$395 (in DigiVision Format)

This course will provide the practitioner with new diagnostic and treatment modalities to help improve treatment outcomes in a safe and cost-effective manner for many complex patients suffering from chemical sensitivities. You will learn to perform quantitative testing for chemicals, and how to test hymenoptera venoms, latex, and for antibiotic sensitivity. Also, how to utilize comprehensive treatments for chemical sensitivities: avoidance, nutritional, detoxification, sauna/heat, depuration, chelation of heavy metals, immunotherapy where applicable, etc.

Educational Objectives:

  • Review the basic principles of toxicology, homeostasis and environmental medicine;
  • Contrast the mechanisms behind chemical toxicity and chemical sensitivity;
  • Discuss the mechanisms of detoxication and detoxification;
  • Describe the manifestations of chemical toxicity and sensitivity from multiple chemicals such as pesticides, solvents, and heavy metals in major biological systems, including neurotoxicity and immunotoxicity;
  • Take a home and work history and perform a physician examination to assess chemical injury and toxicity;
  • Recognize the scope of indoor and outdoor air pollution, and food and water pollution;
  • Discuss the available methods for detecting chemical contamination of the environment;
  • Assess the patient for biomarkers of the effects of toxic exposures on various biological systems;
  • Perform quantitative testing for chemicals, and how to treat hymenoptera venoms, latex, and for antibiotic sensitivity;
  • Utilize comprehensive treatment for chemical sensitivities: avoidance, nutritional, detoxification, sauna/heat, depuration, chelation of heavy metals, immunotherapy where applicable, etc;
  • Utilize psycho-neurological assessments and treatments for the effects of neurotoxicity;
  • Benefit from illustrative case study examples for chemical sensitivities that stress interactive discussion between faculty and attendees.

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 18.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


Part FOUR: Practical Nutrition, IV Nutrition and the New Endocrinology

$395 (in DigiVision Format)

This course will teach the practicing physician how to recognize, assess with practical and effective laboratory tests, and treat common but often misunderstood nutritional and endocrine disorders that contribute to complex cases.

You will learn how to use safe and effective oral and IV nutrient protocols in the office setting.

Educational Objectives:

  • Assess patient's individual nutritional and endocrine status;
  • Provide effective and efficient treatment for nutritional and endocrine disorders;
  • Explain when and how to provide safe and effective oral and IV nutrient therapies in the office setting.

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 20.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


Package Deal … Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4

$1185 (in DigiVision Format)

Save 25% off the regular price when you purchase all four courses at once.


About DiGiVision

DigiVision is a DVD-rom video with:

  • Full word search,
  • Easy scroll & skip buttons,
  • Save items to your hard drive,
  • And many more easy to use features.

DiGiVision requires a computer with window media player, and it's available right now. Four instructional courses for environmental medicine now available.

All Items are shipped within days of placing your order.