The Mitochondria in Health and Disease


The American Academy of Environmental Medicine presents The Mitochondria in Health and Disease

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

Learning Objectives:

  • Determine normal mitochondrial function and identify the role of mitochondria in human health and physiology.
  • Identify clinical features and “red flags” in order to diagnose mitochondrial disorders.
  • Examine the role that mitochondrial dysfunction, seizures, and other metabolic abnormalities play in autism spectrum disorders and other neurological disorders.
  • Consider various laboratory assessments, biomarkers, and treatment approaches as they relate to mitochondrial dysfunction based on the latest evidence.
  • Comprehend the rationale behind therapy in mitochondrial disease and manage dietary supplements.
  • Recognize that the comprehensive approach of Environmental Medicine is the best way to consistently achieve effective and cost-effective care for your patients.


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