When: Tuesday, 11th June 2019
What Time: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm AEST
Where: Online - join via your computer!
Your Host: Dr James Wilson
ATMS Accredited member - $49.50
Non ATMS Practitioner - $59.50
ATMS Student member - $35
Non ATMS Student - $49.50
Most alternative physicians are aware that the HPA axis is intimately involved in the stress response. The purpose of this presentation is to review how stresses of different types affect the HPA axis in diverse ways according the type, severity and duration of the stress. This presentation will not only cover the effects of chronic high and low cortisol, but also the specific illnesses and health conditions that involve high and low cortisol responses to the HPA axis.
Included in this presentation will be a section on successful comprehensive treatment protocols for HPA axis dysfunction in cases with chronically high and chronically low cortisol, ending with a section on how to treat the difficult patient. By the end of this presentation, attendees should have deeper and clinically relevant understanding of the HPA axis and its involvement in various health conditions along with effective treatment protocols they can use in their own practices. This presentation is being prepared exclusively for Australian healthcare practitioners.
Dr James Wilson
James L. Wilson DC, ND, PhD is an American doctor, author and presenter in the fields of naturopathic medicine and endocrine function, with particular expertise in stress and its impact on health. Dr. Wilson is the physician and researcher who presented adrenal fatigue as a distinct, diagnosable syndrome, coining the term “adrenal fatigue” in 1998.
Dr. Wilson is the Originator and Formulator of Doctors Wilson’s Original Formulations brand dietary supplements, which are targeted to help the body cope with chronic stress. He is the founder of ICA Health, a company that provides these supplements and education about the physiological effects of stress to health professionals. In 2009 he also established the non-profit Health Science Research Foundation to continue research on stress, immune function and other related areas of health.
Dr. Wilson holds three doctorates and two maters degrees, all from different colleges and in different health disciplines. He received his PhD in Human Nutrition from the University of Arizona, with minors in Immunology, Microbiology, Pharmacology and Toxicology, and research in Cellular Immunology. His additional doctorates are in Chiropractic Medicine and Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Wilson currently resides in Tucson, Arizona.