Energy Medicine 2006: Lyme Disease and other Neurotoxin Mediated Illnesses

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Energy Medicine 2006: 5th Annual Meeting Lyme Disease and other Neurotoxin Mediated Illnesses

Lyme disease, chronic mycoplasma infections, herpes and other modern illnesses affect us in multiple ways and are often the cause of chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and many other illnesses. Antibiotics have largely failed to address the issue. Mercury, cadmium and other metals have a synergistic effect with bacterial and mold neurotoxins.

In this seminar we will teach effective and elegant new solutions.

When: January 13th-15th, 2006

Location: Bellevue, WA – Hyatt Regency Hotel

Lyme disease, chronic mycoplasma infections, herpes and other modern infections affect us in
multiple ways and are often the cause of chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and many other illnesses.

Antibiotics have largely failed to address this issue. Mercury, cadmium and other metals have a
synergistic effect with bacterial and mold neurotoxins.

Learn new effective and elegant solutions to diagnosis and treatment.
Dietrich Klinghardt, (M.D, Ph.D.) – world-renowned medical doctor and speaker hosts
this annual meeting and presents three of his own lectures:

Autonomic Response Testing (ART) and Neurotoxic Syndromes

Dr. Klinghardt will spice up the seminar with frequent and targeted demonstrations. The most
common neurotoxic syndromes will be discussed and appropriate effective treatment protocols
will be given for heavy metal toxicity, Lyme disease and co-infections, mold and mycotoxins,
electrosmog and electro-sensitivity, viral infections, mycoplasma and solvents.

Lyme disease: A Look Beyond Antibiotics

Dr. Klinghardt will share his vast experience with Lyme disease and offer common and not-socommon
treatment modalities, many of which originate from the new field of energy medicine.
Autism
Recently, Autism has become a treatable illness. Dr. Klinghardt will reveal his approach to this
cruel and probably unnecessary man-made illness. Dana Gorman (Defeat Autism Yesterday) will
share her insights.

Invited speakers include, amongst others:

Christoph Ganss (M.D.), Director of TICEBA
Stem Cell Therapy for Regenerative Medicine
Heidelberg (Germany) based TICEBA (Tissue and Cell Banking) has set up the first private
tissue bank in the world for the personal and individual storage of skin tissue and the pluripotent
adult stem cells contained within it. Dr. Ganss’ field of surgical expertise includes heart and
thoracic surgery, vascular surgery, the use of stem cell therapy in immune deficient states and
traumatology. His well-founded knowledge of the latest medical findings and technologies was
acquired both in Germany and abroad.

Gunnar Heuser (M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.F.E., B.C.F.E.)

Neurotoxicology

Dr. Heuser is known in the medical community as an expert researcher and writer in the field of
neurotoxicology. His studies in toxicology have led him to pioneer safer protocols using mild
pressure hyperbarics. His research documents the dramatic positive effects of hyperbaric
treatment on the brain—particularly for brain injuries like autism, ADD, cerebral palsy, and toxic
encephalopathy. His most recent work explores hyperbaric oxygenation to slow apoptosis (cell
death) and to treat infertility. Dr. Heuser was the recipient of the 2003 IHA award for
outstanding research in the field of mild hyperbaric medicine.
Christopher Hussar (D.O., D.D.S.)
The Toxic Effect of Jaw Bone Infections and the Interrelationship with the
co-infections of Lyme Disease
Dr. Hussar is considered by many practitioners as the worlds leading oral surgeon. He is also an
expert on the treatment of Lyme Disease.

Daniel Kinderlehrer (M.D.)

The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) position and his most
recent findings
Dr. Kinderlehrer is a nationally recognized holistic physician with expertise in the fields of
nutrition, allergy and environmental medicine. He was the co-founder of the New England
Center for Holistic Medicine in Massachusetts before moving to Santa Fe. Dr. Kinderlehrer has
taught extensively at the Omega Institute and the National Institute of Behavioral Medicine. He
co-authored the ‘Antioxidant Save Your Life Cookbook’, and authored the forthcoming book
‘Unraveling the Mysteries of Lyme Disease: Can a Hidden Infection be the cause of Your
Chronic Illness?’

Mark Schauss (MBA, DB)

Solvent Toxicity — Diagnosis and Treatment

After twenty-five years of research, Dr. Schauss has gained a comprehensive insight into a range
of neurological disorders, including epilepsy, autism and ADHD as well as an array of other
health problems. Dr. Schauss has led a team to develop an interpretive laboratory report known
as the CellMate ™. He has lectured internationally on laboratory testing, environmental toxicity
and the most insightful methods for interpreting a wide range of laboratory tests.

Aristo Vojdani (Ph.D.)

Immunoscience and Neurotoxins — Laboratory Testing for Mold, Borrelia, Burgdorferi
and other infections

Dr. Vojdani studied Immunology and Microbiology at Bar Ilan University, Israel. He is
currently an Associate Professor at Charles Drew School of Medicine. He is director of
Immunosciences Lab, a licensed clinical laboratory for detecting environmentally caused
immunological injuries to include, gastrointestinal evaluations, lymphocyte immune function
testing and immunotoxicology assessments, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, atherosclerosis and
diabetes.

Conference Fee:

All registrations: $450.00. Assistant/Spouse or Family Member $375.00

Location:

Bellevue Hyatt Regency Hotel, 900 Bellevue Way NE, Washington
425-462-1234
https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_gi_new&groupID=47607
To Register or for more information please contact:

The Institute of Neurobiology, PO Box 5023, Bellevue, WA 98009
Telephone: 425-637-9339
Fax: 425-637-9669
aant@neuraltherapy.com www.neuraltherapy.com