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Robert Silverman, D.C.

November 12, 2021 - November 13, 2021


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Public Speaking

Strategies and Protocols for Long-Haulers Syndrome and Post- Support

Friday, November 12, 2021 Virtual LIVE 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. (3CEU) 

Protocols for the New Paradigm in Healthcare: Sleep, Autoimmunity, Stress, and Fatigue

Saturday, November 13, 2021, Virtual LIVE 1:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (3CEU) 

This is a 2 day event you must be present both days to receive 6 CEU credits

Protocols for the New Paradigm in Healthcare: Sleep, Autoimmunity, Stress, and Fatigue

Description: Understanding the inflammatory processes that underlie neurodegenerative diseases is key to managing them effectively. New research has led to new functional medicine protocols for treating stress, fatigue, sleep, and autoimmunity. In this new paradigm, implementing proper diet, supplementation, and mental and physical activity, along with repairing barriers to reduce inflammation, oxidative stress, and toxins, may slow degeneration and help recover some cognitive functions in individuals who have experienced neurological trauma or decline from epileptic seizures, Parkinson’s disease, stroke, AD, and TBI.

Adopting an anti-inflammatory diet rich in high polyphenol foods promotes the production of BDNF and enhanced neurogenesis. Lifestyle adaptations such as increased physical activity and social engagement may delay or slow the common cognitive impairment seen in aging. A crucial but often overlooked step is addressing the gut-brain axis. Damage to the barriers of the gut-brain axis must be detected and repaired. When the intestinal wall is permeable, antigens are translocated into the bloodstream, triggering autoreactive antibodies that infiltrate the blood-brain barrier and trigger neuroautoimmunity; this process can lead to neurodegeneration.

Clinical assessments for intestinal barrier and blood-brain barrier dysfunction, systemic bacterial toxins, and predictive antibodies for neuroautoimmunity should accompany treatment protocols for healing barriers and eliminating gut dysbiosis.

This seminar will review known stress and fatigue mechanisms, environmental factors that influence these processes, and clinical approaches to maintain and enhance brain-body function.  Additional seminar foci will include breakthroughs in autoimmunity treatment, emerging thoughts on COVID long-haul syndrome, and sleep.

Key Presentation Points:

  1. Learn the aspects of modern lifestyles and the environmental triggers affecting the gut-brain axis and contribute to the autoimmune epidemic.
  2. Utilize leading-edge protocols to diagnose and treat the COVID long-hauler syndrome.
  3. Functional medicine protocols for stress, sleep, and fatigue
  4. Protocols for the new paradigm to attenuate autoimmunity
  5. Integrate optimal lifestyle adaptations in diet, exercise, and supplement protocols to enhance neuroplasticity and improve quality of life

Strategies and Protocols for Long-Haulers Syndrome and Post- Support

Long-hauler syndrome, more formally known as post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 (PASC), is defined as new, returning, or ongoing health problems appearing four or more weeks after first being infected with SARS-CoV-2. PASC encompasses a wide range of symptoms. The most common include fatigue, cognitive dysfunction, neurological issues, headache, loss of taste and smell, GI issues, and muscle pain. A functional approach to treating these patients focuses on nutritional support, reducing inflammation, resolving intestinal permeability and dysbiosis, and improved sleep. At the same time, underlying conditions such as metabolic disorders now need to be addressed expeditiously. Patients with these conditions were more likely to experience severe disease. In addition, post-vaccine nutritional support for all patients is suggested to minimize side effects and enhance protection.

In this cutting-edge, 3-hour webinar, Dr. Rob Silverman leads participants through the evolving research on long-hauler syndrome and the latest clinical developments about diagnosis and treatment. He discusses the critical importance of calming post-COVID systemic inflammation through a multi-pronged protocol, including dietary approaches, selected nutritional supplements, and optimizing the gut microbiome. Dr. Silverman also shares his strategies for inflammatory markers testing, treating respiratory symptoms, post-vaccine support, and improving the overall quality of life for long-haul patients.

Topics to be covered:

  • Current understanding of long-hauler COVID symptoms and prevalence.
  • How COVID-19 infection has long-term impacts on the lung-gut-brain axis and gut microbiome.
  • The role of systemic inflammation in long-hauler COVID.
  • Understanding blood markers for inflammation.
  • Strategies for reducing inflammation, including diet, supplements, and lifestyle improvements.
  • Effective nutritional protocols for fatigue and post-vaccine support.
  • The influence of healthy microbiota on susceptibility to viral infections.
  • Differentiate the link between obesity and COVID-19 morbidity and mortality.
  • Recognize the possible rise in autoimmunity and increased inflammatory status following recovery from COVID-19 infection.


November 12, 2021
November 13, 2021


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