Food, allergies, sensitivities and intolerance are part of pretty much every patient that you will see. At some point, in your diagnostic work up considerations, you will need to determine whether or not these food problems are a significant part of the condition that’s being presented to you.
Understanding clearly which tests will provide you the most information for your clinical use will be addressed in this live class.
We will discuss what to do with the results and how to implement the appropriate actions to take in your patient's protocol.
Lastly, we will discuss which other tests in conjunction with allergy information you’ve obtained would be appropriate and helpful for your patients.
Please join us Wednesday, Aug 23rd at 2:30 PM EST as Mitch Ghen, D.O.,Ph.D. teaches us how food allergies can affect our clients' optimal health.
When and for which patient should a food allergy panel be considered
How to interpret the results of a food allergy panel
Using the food allergy panel to develop a treatment protocol
When to retest after initiating your protocol
Signs and Symptoms of food allergies and food sensitivities
This free course is hosted by Rupa Health — the best way to order, track, and get results from 30+ lab companies in one place.
Rupa reduces the time spent ordering labs by 90% and provides customer service for your patients around lab test collections.
This class is recorded and distributed after the event to all who sign up.