Come to the ICIM Meeting
in Cincinnati !!
Join me, Phyllis Bronson PhD, Elizabeth Vaughan MD, Karen von Merveldt-Guevara MD and many others: What Works to Achieve Hormone Balance? on April 17- 22, 2018 - ICIM International College of Integrative Medicine at the Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center, Cincinnati, OH. 45219
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Main Congress: ICIM Cincinatti 2018
Resource people Jeffrey Dach MD, Karen von Merveldt-Guevara MD, Phyllis Bronson PhD, Hal Blatman MD, Barrie Tan PhD, Lou Diorio RPh, Dan Nelson MD, and Bryan J. Treacy, MD are on the agenda to present evidence about what works for hormone balance, manual medicine, controversies in nutritional supplementation, office compounding, and opioid addiction recovery.
Plus, we’ll hear updates on Ozone with Frank Shallenburger MD, cord blood live cells therapies with A.J Farshchian MD, and an exciting lecture from Joel E. Mortensen MD, Director Diagnostic Infectious Diseases Testing Laboratory, at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center: The future of flora analysis - culturomics to metagenomics. Above quote and Header Image Courtesy of ICIM
of Hormone Biochemistry and Evolutionary Biology: Keeping Visible as We
Phyllis Bronson, Ph.D., President,Biochemical Consulting and The Biochemical Research Foundation, Aspen, CO
Abstract: This talk will provide the current revelations from my ongoing work: looking at how to use bioidentical molecules in optimal dosing to create a sense of great well- being- but not so high to create faux menstrual cycles and a false sense of ant-aging. We use hormones as the way to build the container for womens emotions as we age, and our goal is to bring the science alive where women live: in our emotional relational worlds. The current work is looking at the correlation of my work along with my colleague, Jeffrey Bowles, regarding rising sex steroids: FSH, LH, occurring as the key gender hormones decline. Progesterone and Testosterone are protective molecules- my talk elucidates why- estrogen is not that- but is very important for female cognition and alleviating flat depression and bringing together a sense of the goddess in the female. I will show why we work exclusively with transdermal creams and how, once we have women under a safe umbrella- meaning we know her essential chemistry, through blood tests and symptoms. Dr. Bronson will focus on female hormones and womens mood biochemistry and her current molecular work articulating the thermodynamics and kinetics involved in hormone stability.