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  • What I admire about Dr. Ben Lynch is his ability to speak his truth and to blaze trails within nutritional medicine, genes, and epigenetics.

    – Deanna Minich, PhD, author of Whole Detox

  • Dr. Ben Lynch is my go-to resource for helping people understand how to get the most from their genes.

    – Dr. Izabella Wentz, Pharmacist and NY Times Bestselling author of Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

  • Dr. Ben Lynch is widely considered by the medical community to be the authority on gene variations.

    – Alan Christianson, NMD, NY Times Bestselling author of The Adrenal Reset Diet and founder of Integrative Health Care

  • In a sea of health information, Dr. Ben Lynch stands as one of the few expert clinicians who marries his pioneering scientific analysis with deep compassion and a true desire to help the chronically ill find vitality. He stands as a beacon of hope for so many who have gotten lost in the halls of conventional medicine.

    – Kelly Brogan, MD, NY Times Bestselling author of ‘A Mind of Your Own’

SHEICON2017 Recording

$495.00


What’s the number one question we received from attendees of SHEICON2015 and SHEICON2016?

‘How to apply the Pathway Planner to patient cases’

The SHEICON2017 Recording you will learn new concepts and will apply those concepts using the Pathway Planner in case studies.



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Want to learn how to apply genetics with epigenetics?

What’s the number one question we received from attendees of SHEICON2015 and SHEICON2016?

‘How to apply the Pathway Planner to patient cases’

The SHEICON2017 Recording you will learn new concepts and will apply those concepts using the Pathway Planner in case studies.

Conference Talks

Thursday, April 27th

 Keynote – Principles of Strategic Medicine. – Ben Lynch, ND

  • Complex patients are the norm. Targeting each symptom individually is expensive, ineffective and frustrating for both health professional and patients. Instead of treating symptoms singularly, we need to first understand why they are present, how they are related and look for the initial triggering events. With this practice, we’ll transform even the most complex patient – effectively, efficiently and enjoyably.

 Lifestyle Influences on Patient Physiology – Alessandro Ferretti, Dip ION

  • Environment and lifestyle have obvious effects on our patients’ physiology. The issue is what you don’t measure, you don’t see. Using simple tracking methods, not labs, you will see the connections between circadian rhythms, sleep, blood glucose, cortisol and HRV. We all know that sleep is important and stress is bad. Telling that to your patient doesn’t work. Showing them evidence does. As a result, compliance increases. Basics must be addressed prior to digging deeper. A case study approach.

 SIBO: A Missing Mechanism of Causation — Case Study Eric Balcavage, DC

  • An unrelenting condition because the underlying mechanisms are not addressed. Proven clinically, learn how to effectively treat SIBO efficiently, easily and without all the restrictive long term diets and antibiotics.

Vitamin D and VDR: Part 1 – Ben Lynch, ND

  • Vitamin D deficiency is rampant across the globe. Is it because people are indoors all the time or is it something else? Patients are inflamed, chemically burdened and infected with a variety of pathogens. Learn how to use vitamin D testing to discover hidden pathogens and how to address vitamin D levels properly. Case examples provided.

Workshop 1 – Basic Patient Scenarios

  • Implement epigenetics and genetic polymorphisms using a variety of common patient scenarios. Work in groups of 10 as Dr Lynch walks you through how to work efficiently and effectively with tough patients. The first patient scenarios will be using introductory techniques to gain confidence

Workshop 2 – Basic Patient Scenarios

  • Implement epigenetics and genetic polymorphisms using a variety of common patient scenarios. Work in groups of 10 as Dr Lynch walks you through how to work efficeintly and effectively with tough patients. The first patient scenarios will be using introductory techniques to gain confidence

Q & A – Expert Panel

Friday, April 28th

Mental Stress: Thinking Multidimensionally – Ben Lynch, ND

  • We know stress is bad. You tell your patients to reduce it. Compliance is poor. Why? Your patients do not truly understand what stress is doing to them as it is an internal problem. They don’t see it. Show them. By understanding how stress influences many key pathways, it will become readily apparent to you, and your patient, why addressing it first is step one.

Key to Unlocking Your Patient – Inhibitors – Bernarda Zenker, MD

  • Adding supplementation or medications when inhibitors are present is like putting a bucket of water on a flaming building. Awareness of inhibitors repeatedly has one come back to assessing the “total picture of health,” paying special attention to factors that can inhibit enzyme function. It is often by removing inhibitors that we see the greatest impact.

Mental Health: New Findings in Biopterin PathwayBen Lynch, ND

  • Understanding how neurotransmitters are synthesized and metabolized is effective. Take it to the next level by understanding genetic and epigenetic controls in neurotransmitter transport and receptor binding. It’s one thing to have a neurotransmitter in circulation; it’s completely different having it able to function.

Panic and Anxiety: Does Genetic Testing Really Help? Ben Lynch, ND

  • Genetics do increase susceptibility to anxiety and panic attacks. Work through a case of a middle-aged male is struggling with panic attacks. Workshop style. Dr Lynch will lead the discussion. You will work through how you would approach this patient in your clinic using the principles of Strategic Medicine.

Workshop 3 – Intermediate Patient Scenarios 

  • Implement epigenetics and genetic polymorphisms using a variety of common patient scenarios. Work in groups of 10 as Dr Lynch walks you through how to work efficeintly and effectively with tough patients. This workshop will increase in difficulty to enhance your critical thinking.

Workshop 4 – Intermediate Patient Scenarios

  • Implement epigenetics and genetic polymorphisms using a variety of common patient scenarios. Work in groups of 10 as Dr Lynch walks you through how to work efficeintly and effectively with tough patients. This workshop will increase in difficulty to enhance your critical thinking.

Q & A – Expert Panel

Saturday, April 29th

Vitamin D and VDR: Part 2 – Ben Lynch, ND

  • Vitamin D deficiency is rampant across the globe. Is it because people are indoors all the time or is it something else? Patients are inflamed, chemically burdened and infected with a variety of pathogens. Learn how to use vitamin D testing to discover hidden pathogens and how to address vitamin D levels properly. Case examples provided.

Lab Testing I – Heavy Metals – Stephen Genuis, MD

  • Identifying exposure to heavy metals is a must for all patients given their ubiquitous availability in our environment. Learn how to identify heavy metals properly and use the testing to monitor treatment. A case study approach.

 Lab Testing 2 – Organic Acids & Amino Acids Eric Balcavage, DC

  • Understanding how neurotransmitters are synthesized and metabolized is effective. Take it to the next level by understanding genetic and epigenetic controls in neurotransmitter transport and receptor binding. It’s one thing to have a neurotransmitter in circulation; it’s completely different having it able to function.

11:30 Lab Testing and Epigenetic Controls- Micronutrient Testing – Bernarda Zenker, MD

  • One needs to take great care before assuming that changes in plasma levels of metabolites will be simple reflections of changes in liver levels of the same metabolites.” – A Population Model of Folate-Mediated One-Carbon Metabolism. Learn what intracellular nutrient testing offers and how to interpret it. A case study.

12:30 Lunch

2:00 Workshop 5 – Advanced Patient Scenarios

  • Implement epigenetics and genetic polymorphisms using a variety of common patient scenarios. Work in groups of 10 as Dr Lynch walks you through how to work efficeintly and effectively with tough patients. This workshop will challenge you to think multidimensionally.

3:30 Break

4:00 Workshop 6 – Advanced Patient Scenarios 

  • Implement epigenetics and genetic polymorphisms using a variety of common patient scenarios. Work in groups of 10 as Dr Lynch walks you through how to work efficeintly and effectively with tough patients. This workshop will challenge you to think multidimensionally.

Q & A – Expert Panel

Sunday, April 30th

The Road To A Cash Only PracticeBetty Murray, CN, IFMCP

  • Get a step-by-step understanding of how to transition from an insurance-based model to a cash only model. Through various examples, you’ll learn how to systematically evaluate and peel off insurance contracts so you can protect your bottom line.

The Financially Healthy Practice Deepak Singh

  • A great doctor does not equate to a great living. Start here learning how to identify financial problem areas and then how to resolve them. How many employees should you have? What should your gross margin be? What metrics should you establish? Learn these and more from an actual practice case study which went from little profit and a ton of work to solid profit and much less work. Easily applied and extremely rewarding!

Turning Pro Ben Lynch, ND

  • Learn how to take yourself seriously as a health professional. Dr. Lynch shares business wisdom gleaned from his own personal journey so you can avoid common pitfalls and mistakes.Learn how to take yourself seriously as a health professional. Dr. Lynch shares business wisdom gleaned from his own personal journey so you can avoid common pitfalls and mistakes.

 Q&A – Expert Panel

Course Outline

Thursday, April 27, 2017

8:00 Keynote – Strategic Medicine. Principles of Strategic Medicine. – Ben Lynch, ND

9:00 Genetic Reports: The Options – Ben Lynch, ND

10:00 Break

10:30 Latest Findings in Epigenetic Controls – Ben Lynch, ND

11:30 Using Genetics in Clinical Practice

12:30 Lunch

2:00 Workshop 1 – Basic case studies

3:30 Break

4:00 Workshop 2 – Basic case studies

5:30 Q & A

6:00 Dismiss

Friday, April 27, 2017

8:00 Thinking Multidimensionally – Ben Lynch, ND 

9:00 Impacts of Stress on Pathways – physical, mental, microbial, chemical

10:00 Break

10:30 TBD

11:30 Clinician Heal Thyself – Jess Armine, DC

12:30 Lunch

2:00 Workshop 3 – Intermediate case studies

3:30 Break

4:00 Workshop 4 – Intermediate case studies

5:30 Q & A

6:00 Dismiss

Saturday, April 29, 2017

8:00 Lab Testing and Epigenetic Controls – Micronutrient Testing – Bernarda Zenker, MD 

9:00 Lab Testing I – Heavy Metals

10:00 Break

10:30 Lab Testing 2 – Organic Acids & Amino Acids – Eric Balcavage, DC 

11:30 Lab Testing 3 – Infections

12:30 Lunch

2:00 Workshop 5 – Advanced case studies

3:30 Break

4:00 Workshop 6 – Advanced case studies

5:30 Q & A

6:00 Dismiss

Sunday, April 30, 2017

8:00 Online Consulting

9:00 Cash Only Practice

10:00 Break

10:30 Black vs Red: How to be Profitable

11:30 Turning Pro

12:00 Q & A

12:30 Dismiss

Additional Information

Registration includes:

  • Breakfast and lunch at conference
  • Digital recording of SHEICON2017
  • Updated Pathway Planner Poster

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations must be received by email no later than March 1, 2017 to be eligible for a refund, less a $150 cancellation fee. Cancellations received after March 1, 2017 and before April 1, 2017 are eligible for a refund, less a $300 late cancellation fee. Refunds will not be given for cancellations after April 1, 2017. Failure to appear at the conference without prior written cancellation will result in complete forfeiture of tuition (nonrefundable, nontransferable, no exceptions).

Registration Policy

Only registered health professionals will be allowed to participate in the conference. Children and unregistered spouses may not attend the conference. Name badges must be worn at all times.

Please email questions or cancellation requests to Rose at events@seekinghealth.org.