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Managing Autoimmune Disease With Diet, Lifestyle, and Other Wellness Methods: An interview with COL Philip Blair, MD

Tuesday April 23, 2019 at 10:30 am CST
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Dr. Terry Wahls used functional medicine to bring herself back from debilitating Multiple Sclerosis. Listen to her next webinar to hear how and why the combination of diet, lifestyle and other wellness methods became The Wahls Protocol. She will discuss her own health journey and will then interview COL Philip Blair MD to talk about the research on additional wellness tools that help to manage autoimmunity, gain control of pain, restore energy, and restore mood.

You’ll learn what it takes to repair your cells and what it takes to restore your health.

If you or a family member suffers from MS, an autoimmune disease, neurological disease, chronic pain I urge you to register for this webinar. You will learn useful, actionable steps that you can begin right now to restore your health.

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About COL Philip Blair, MD

COL Philip Blair, MD, is a family physician and consultant in disease management. He graduated from West Point in 1972, attended the University of Miami School of Medicine, trained as an Army family physician and served as a combat physician in the first Gulf War. After medical assignments on three continents and 29 years in uniform, he retired from the Army and has since been consulting on complex disease management since 2000 with patients around the globe.

Since 2013, Dr. Blair has been studying, treating and lecturing about the body’s natural endocannabinoid system (ECS), including pre-clinical trials with PTSD sufferers. ECS disorders appear to be the root cause of many chronic medical conditions.

Colonel Blair, MD serves as Medical Director of Pro Health Advisor, Inc., and Elixinol.

Dr. Blair is a popular speaker and guest for numerous conferences and podcasts. Since 2016, he has presented to audiences ranging in size from 15 to 500.

Dr. Wahls and Her Hero's Journey

Dr. Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine and conducts clinical research with a deep background in peer-reviewed published papers. This is her timeline to health.

1982:

She had her first episode of dim vision and heat intolerance.

1987:

She began having her first MS-related symptoms, episodes of facial pain.

1997:

Pain episodes became more frequent and more resistant to treatment.

2000:

She was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

2003:

She transitioned to secondary progressive multiple sclerosis. She underwent chemotherapy to slow the disease and began using a tilt-recline wheelchair.

2005:

She extensively researched nutrients important to brain health and started taking them as supplements. The steepness of decline in her health slowed, but she was still declining.

2007:

Her torso was so weak she could not sit in a regular chair. She also started experiencing brain fog.

Summer 2007:

Dr. Wahls discovered The Institute for Functional Medicine, an organization devoted to leveraging the latest scientific discoveries to better care for those with chronic disease. Based on their research, she added to her list of vitamins and supplements. She learned about neuromuscular electrical stimulation and added that to her routine.

December 2007:

Dr. Wahls created the Wahls Protocol®, which gave her the nutrients she needed from foods rather than supplements.

April 2008:

Her brain fog resolved.

October 2008:

She was able to walk without a cane and even complete an 18-mile bicycle tour.

2009:

Her heat intolerance was resolved and she was able to enjoy a daily sauna again.

2010:

She began her first clinical trial, testing her protocol in others with progressive MS.

2014:

She was able to jog again. The first Wahls Protocol® Seminar is held.

2014:

The first publications of her research published.

2016:

NMSS clinical trial begins.

2019:

Enrollment will be completed.

2020:

Analysis of study data will begin.

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