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Scottsdale Agenda

Our event schedule is listed below.  Please choose the tabs at the top to navigate the agenda for each day.  We look forward to seeing you.  

Advanced Applications in Medical Practice

17.5 AMA Category-1 CME Hours

Scottsdale, AZ – Friday through Sunday:  May 17, 18 and 19, 2019

Theme: Regenerative Therapies – Getting Maximum Effect

Day 1
Fri, 17 May 2019
Day 2
Sat, 18 May 2019
Day 3
Sun, 19 May 2019
7:15 am - 8:15 am

Breakfast

Regenerative Therapies – How where we “came from” informs where we are going and how we can maximize outcomes.

Dr. Anderson was originally trained in an allopathic internship to do inter-articular and orthopedic injections by general surgeons, orthopedists and radiologists. He performed many of his first injections in hospitals either by “landmarks” or using radiological guidance. He then came upon the work of Janet Travell, MD, Henry Cyriax, MD (and many others) and began to perform trigger point injections, Acupuncture, “Dry-needle” techniques and many other things. What most do NOT know is that he was trained at the tail-end of the “sclerotherapy” movement that pre dated Prolotherapy. This brief but enlightening session will discuss what we thought we were doing, what we learned, where we went and how modern regenerative medicine is a (much needed) extension of these pioneering works.
Paul Anderson N.M.D.
10:00 am-10:45 am

Morning Break

Ozone, Perineural and PRC Therapies – How modern additions have expanded our therapeutic window.

Dr. Cochran has spent his career learning from an eclectic group of providers who have been on the cutting edge of regenerative therapy. In this multi-part session he will outline the basics of and indications for these various “next step” therapies
Brenden Cochran, N.D.
1:15 pm-2:30 pm

Lunch

Stem Cell Therapies – An Experienced Clinicians Perspective

Dr. Peatross is not only Board Certified in Internal Medicine and a former Hospitalist but also has had an incredible practice in Stem Cell and Integrative therapies over the years. In this session she will give her actual clinical practice-based pearls regarding Stem Cell work: When, Who and Why.
Jessica Peatross, M.D.

Biology and Basis for Cell Based Therapies

No matter what you call it (Stem Cell, PRP. PRC, immunotherapy etc.) The trigger for healing is an enormous “soup” of cytokines and other factors that create a trigger for the innate healing process. In this session Dr. Cochran will outline the actual processes and how we need to use some care in characterizing our therapies to patients.
Brenden Cochran, N.D.
4:30 pm-5:15 pm

Afternoon Break

Therapies to Promote Healing and Increase Outcomes in Stem Cell Work

We know “stem cell” is a multi-purpose term and relates to a mixture of many factors involved in healing. Regardless of the trigger (dextrose, ozone, PRP, MSC etc.) the mix needs the right factors to work. In this session Dr. Anderson will break down the physiological basis for this and translate that to clinical interventions for healing and therapeutic success.
Paul Anderson N.M.D.
6:30 pm-8:00 pm

Cocktail Reception

7:30 am-8:30 am

Breakfast

Morning Session: Pain in Regenerative Therapy Patients

David Milroy, N.D., D.C.
Jessica Peatross, M.D.
Paul Anderson N.M.D.

Pain Triggers and Management

All interventional therapies can trigger pain. These triggers can be from many different places. In this session Dr. Anderson will set the morning sessions off with a discussion based on his tens of thousands of injection procedures experience and the patient management that accompanied them.
Paul Anderson N.M.D.

Cannabinoids and Pain Management

Cannabinoids including CBD and THC are becoming more appropriately included in standard pain management. Dr. Peatross will break down the pharmacology, appropriate use and management of these powerful plant based therapies for pain management as well as have time for interactive Q&A.
Jessica Peatross, M.D.
10:30 am-11:15 am

Morning Break

Disproportionate Pain in Injection Patients

Is my patient being dramatic or am I missing something? In this session Dr. Milroy will use his many years and thousands of cases to break down patient pain responses and management tips.
David Milroy, N.D., D.C.

Pain Management Pharmacology

In this session Dr. Milroy will give practical advice for the prescription and management of pain medications for patients receiving regenerative therapies.
David Milroy, N.D., D.C.
1:00 pm-2:15 pm

Lunch

Muscle as Medicine

What is one primary thing (aside from diet) that can make or break healing? Muscle metabolism! In this session Dr. Moore will speak to the science behind this fact as well as practical tips to engage patients in compliance and their own healing.
Tyna Moore, N.D., D.C.

Beyond the Needle Part-1: Holistic Regenerative Therapy Integration

In this two part session Dr. Anderson will use his extensive experience as a second (or third or fourth) opinion in “cases gone off track” to incorporate the “non-regenerative medicine” factors that feed into successful regenerative outcomes. Inclusive therapies including weak organ systems, immune health and modalities such as Hyperbaric Medicine, Thermal Therapies, Photodynamic and many other therapies will be discussed. A Q&A session will follow ‘Part-2’
Paul Anderson N.M.D.
4:15 pm-5:00 pm

Afternoon Break

Beyond the Needle Part-2: Holistic Regenerative Therapy Integration

In this two part session Dr. Anderson will use his extensive experience as a second (or third or fourth) opinion in “cases gone off track” to incorporate the “non-regenerative medicine” factors that feed into successful regenerative outcomes. Inclusive therapies including weak organ systems, immune health and modalities such as Hyperbaric Medicine, Thermal Therapies, Photodynamic and many other therapies will be discussed. A Q&A session will follow.
Paul Anderson N.M.D.

All Faculty Panel: Pain, Patients, and Managing Expectations

Tyna Moore, N.D., D.C.
David Milroy, N.D., D.C.
Jessica Peatross, M.D.
Brenden Cochran, N.D.
Paul Anderson N.M.D.

Interactive Demonstration Workshops

This is your chance to see hands-on demonstrations of new technologies as well as asking direct questions in a small group setting. Food will be provided in workshop rooms as well.
8:00 am-9:00 am

Breakfast

Managing Regenerative Cases – Troubleshooting

Dr. Anderson has had to manage thousands of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ reactions to therapies. In this session, we will look into the common threads behind the ‘not-so-good’ reactions and what he has learned in re-assessing and redirecting therapies for successful outcomes.
Paul Anderson N.M.D.

Hormone Assessment and Management in Regenerative Therapies

What affects the healing process that I can control: insulin, testosterone, estrogen, thyroid, cortisol and the endocrine / healing relationships they can alter.
David Milroy, N.D., D.C.

Injection Technique Updates – Basics of Prolotherapy technique as the keystone to optimal outcomes in regenerative medicine

In this session Dr. Moore will discuss best practices in injection therapy techniques.
Tyna Moore, N.D., D.C.
1:15 pm-2:15 pm

Lunch

Patient Management and the Ethics of Regenerative Medicine

Dr. Moore not only has had an incredible practice in regenerative orthopedic medicine but also mentored under the true founders of the modality in naturopathic medicine. In this session she will break down her long experience in managing the injection patient from selection through after care.
Tyna Moore, N.D., D.C.
4:00 pm-4:30 pm

Afternoon Break

5:00 pm

Adjourn