Join Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, integrative Doctor of Medicine, and James Maskell, CEO and founder of Evolution of Medicine, as they offer up the 4 Pillars of Health and Wellness. They examine integrative medicine as well as the "functional medicine" model — which recommends the least invasive interventions before prescribing drugs and surgery. They also reveal the root causes of chronic illness, and show how communication is the most important aspect of the doctor-patient relationship.
During this engaging session, you'll discover:
- Diet related disorders... & how the Standard American Diet (S.A.D.) is being exported around the world
- The Naturopathic Therapeutic Order
- What you can do to improve your health & our collective wellbeing
Dr. Rangan Chatterjee is a doctor trained in integrative medicine. When his six month old son became ill from a preventable vitamin deficiency he took charge of finding a whole new way, not just of taking care of his family and his patients, but to get to the bottom of what makes people ill and keeps us healthy. He completely restored my son’s health and now applies the same 360-degree progressive approach to my patients.
Using progressive, integrative and natural medicine, he routinely helps patients with diabetes, blood pressure issues, sleep and energy patterns, menopausal symptoms, IBS, autoimmune conditions, circadian rhythms and many other common health problems. Dr. Chatterjee's starting point involves the four pillars of health: sleep, rest, food and movement. He feels that progressive medicine is all about thinking about the body’s systems and how they can work better to reduce the risk of chronic disease and improve day-to-day wellbeing.
James Maskell is the host and founder of the Functional Forum, the largest integrative medicine conference in the world, streamed live to physician communities in over 100 countries. He is also the CEO of Evolution of Medicine, a community e-commerce hub that fuses technology and functional medicine. James has been featured at TEDMED, Huffington Post Live, TEDx, KevinMD and several other organizations. He has lectured to physician audiences on three continents, worked with AIHM, The Integrative Health Symposium and George Washington University’s Metabolic Medicine Institute, and spent four years on the faculty of “Heal Thy Practice.”