Correcting Cardiovascular Disease - Using Advanced Assessments to Address the Fundamental Risk Factors

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in the US, accounting for nearly 1 out of every 3 deaths every year. About 2300 Americans die of CVD each day, an average of 1 death every 38 seconds. There is a large gap between the current standard of care in the treatment of CVD and the available scientific evidence. Advanced assessment techniques allow for a much more accurate depiction of cardiovascular disease risk and provide the clinician extremely effective tools to manage and reverse the risk of CVD, including targeted dietary, nutraceutical and lifestyle interventions

This seminar will provide the clinician a step-by-step guide to determine and address the fundamental underlying causes of CVD,including nutritional imbalances, dyslipidemia, hypertension and insulin resistance. Specific protocols, including testing and test interpretation; dietary and supplemental recommendations; and lifestyle therapies to address each underlying imbalance will be explained, as will office flow and follow up procedures. Numerous case studies will also be reviewed to show clinicians how to implement these strategies into practice and demonstrate their effectiveness

About Chad Oler, ND

Dr. Oler received his Doctorate in Naturopathy from the University of Natural Medicine in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with a background in chemical engineering and biochemistry. He is the founder ofthe Natural Path Health Center, an integrated complementary health care facility that uses the scientific application of natural healing methods to help people achieve optimal health and performance. In addition to clinical work with clients, Dr. Oler is a dynamic and informative speaker. He teaches extensively to medical professionals on ways to incorporate the scientific application of natural healing methods into their lives and practices

Dr. Oler has extensive experience researching and consulting on cardiovascular disease, chronic fatigue, amino acid therapy, nutrition and exercise. He helps clients identify and address key underlying imbalances that are preventing them from achieving their goals

Dr. Oler is a very active person, enjoying triathlon, ice hockey, backpacking, hiking, adventure racing and volleyball. He lives in Madison, WI with his wife and two children