Neurologic and Immune Responses to Environmental Toxicants


The American Academy of Environmental Medicine presents Neuroimmunotoxicology: Neurologic and Immune Responses to Environmental Toxicants

This program has been designed for primary care providers, including physicians, nurses and physician assistants who manage complex patients.

Learning Objectives:

  • Analyze current knowledge and information about the role of immune modulation in neurological disease states.
  • Evaluate, assess, and treat many common disorders as related to various psycho/neuro/endocrine/immune functions.
  • Define the role that food, manufactured food additives, infections and microbial byproducts have upon neurological function, including, but not limited to, Borrelia, related bacteria, and viruses.
  • Modulate the immune system to prevent and treat autoimmunity.
  • Develop practical treatments to begin improving treatment outcomes for patients.


General Session Schedule

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