Viruses and their Multisystem Impact: Testing, Tracking and Therapy
This webinar will discuss the impact of viruses on neurological, cardiac, intestinal, and mitochondrial systems as well as testing and therapeutic interventions.
Chronic viral infections are notoriously difficult to manage in clinical practice and a high viral load is a contributing factor in many chronic conditions.
- The characteristics and complications of common viruses, including Herpes family viruses, enteroviruses, Epstein-Barr virus, and other species
- The role of viral infections in the development of myalgic encephalitis, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, Alzhaimer's disease, and other conditions
- Tests to identify viral infection and reactivation
- Checklists to help determine which viruses to test for
- Herbal remedies, medicinal mushrooms, and other nutriceuticals for viral infections
Meet your host
Dr Armin Schwarzbach
Dr Schwarzbach is a specialist in laboratory medicine and infectious diseases from Augsburg, Germany. He has been working in the field of diagnostic tests for Borrelia burgdorferi and coinfections for more than 20 years and has worked with thousands of patients. Dr. Schwarzbach is member of the German Borreliosis Society, the Swiss Association for Tick-borne diseases, the German Association of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, the German Society for Medical Laboratory Specialists (DGKL) and the Australasian Integrative Medicine Association.
Meet your host
Gilian Crowther MA (Oxon), Dip NT/ND, mANP, is a registered Nutritional Therapist and Naturopath with a clinic in London. She gained qualifications in complementary therapy in Germany for many years, studying the mitochondria in particular, before taking up further training in the UK. Gilian is Director of Research for the Academy of Nutritional Medicine (www.aonm.org) as well as a core member of the BSEM (British Society for Ecological Medicine). Her email is email@example.com