NEW DATE FOR AAMPSCOTTSDALE 2020 August 21st - 23rd, 2020
ANNOUNCING AAMP VIRTUAL CONFERENCE & EXPO
- CME ACCREDITED Options
- "Live Stream" or "Post Conference" Remote Access
Advanced Applications in Chronic Digestive Disorders
Welcome to the AAMP Summer Conference
Scottsdale - August 21ˢᵗ-23ʳᵈ, 2020
COVID-19: A message from Dr. Paul Anderson
At AAMP live conferences, your health and safety remains our utmost importance. Right now, our AAMP “delayed” Spring Conference will take place on August 21st -23rd, 2020. The plan was to offer both in-person and remote options, but the virus had other ideas and as a result, we will now deliver a highly informative virtual conference on a feature rich and easy to follow interactive platform. I am confident that this state-of-the-art delivery will feel like you’re in the Meeting Room, engaged and part of the sessions during Q & A. You will also have good access to all our exhibitors and can communicate with your fellow attendee physicians, all in this virtual environment. Of course this is not the most ideal of situations, but these challenging times have necessitated change, we held all options as long as we could, but attendees need time to plan and I believe the time was now to make this adjustment in the delivery.
I’m excited by the quality of speakers supporting the curriculum and look forward to a highly informative and memorable conference.
Chronic GI illness is not only on the rise in our patient populations but also becoming more difficult to assess and treat. Everything from laboratory methods to various natural and prescription therapies are becoming more complex, and often difficult to employ.
AAMP Scottsdale 2020 is designed to bring expert speakers who deal with these diagnoses and can demystify and clarify assessment, therapy and troubleshooting.
Areas which will be discussed:
- Crohn’s disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
- GI Infectious disease
- The role of various forms of biofilms in GI disease
- “Irritable Bowel” and other non-specific diagnoses
- SIBO / SIFO
- Food allergy and Intolerance
- GI inflammation, immune system and relationships to systemic health
- Histamine and other inflammatory mediators
- Post-antibiotic post-surgical and post-infectious repair strategies
- The gut-brain connection
- And others
Some of the interventions to be discussed:
- The myriad of food testing; which does what and when to use (or not use)
- GI biome testing
- Systemic lab tests to assess GI effect on the whole body
- Dietary approaches
- Pre and probiotics
- Compounded and Standard Prescription Agents
- Natural oral therapies
- IV and Injection therapies
- Hyperbaric Oxygen, Heat / Sauna and Laser Therapies
- Biofilm and GI Repair Agents
- And more
Don't just take our word for it,
Here's what past attendees think!
“AAMP was extremely affordable given the value shared. Every speaker was truly fantastic and inspiring. So worth the ticket price and time investment. AAMP left me feeling like I was given far more than it cost me to attend. It was a very community collective feel to the event, that makes it easy to recommend to others not already connected with this community."
“I rated the speakers on new info for me and how applicable in using these therapies with patients. At AAMP, all speakers are great! The resources are abundant, and I’m confident in being able to apply new things learned with my patients.”
“No one puts on conferences as well run, well fed and well coordinated than AAMP. Honestly, no one else even comes close! Plus, AAMP always has great speakers and I very much appreciate the healthy food options."
“My 1st AAMP conference. It was the best run conference I have ever attended. The organization and punctuality were absolutely amazing and there is no equal. The food was the best I’ve ever had at a conference. All speakers are great, knowledgeable and excellent presenters."
“Truly fantastic conference, head and shoulders above many others, with an exceptional amount of knowledge and wisdom being shared. Very well run time management. Really looking forward to Arizona 2019.”