This year the 67th Congress of the International College of Integrative Medicine is being held in Toronto. Dr. Butch Shrader, who has run several well-received training sessions with York Downs Chemists, will be leading a one day workshop on Low Dose Allergens, sponsored by the American Academy of Environmental Medicine.
Seminar description: LDA is an extremely low dose immunotherapy that is used to treat allergy and asthma of all types, hives, anaphylaxis and a multitude of autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, kids on the autistic spectrum and many others. LDA is given only every two months at first and less frequently as time goes on. This workshop will teach participants all they need to know about the use of LDA, and physicians and healthcare personnel will be officially qualified to employ LDA after they attend this session.
Date & Time: Thursday, October 24, 2019, 9 am – 5 pm
Location: Marriott Downtown at The Toronto Eaton Centre, 525 Bay Street, Toronto M5G 2L2, Canada
Cost: $600 or $500 for ICIM members.
Seminar leader: Dr. Butch Shrader completed his undergraduate degree at Purdue University (1966), his MD at University of Tennessee (1969) and his residency in general surgery at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Hawaii (1975).
He has taught IV Therapy with nutrients for the AAEM (American Academy of Environmental Medicine) since 1992 and IV chelation for ACAM since 2007. He is Board-certified in Environmental Medicine, certified in Chelation Therapy (CCT), and is the Director of the Santa Fe Center for Allergy and Environmental Medicine in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is a Past President of the AAEM the immediate past CME Director for the AAEM.
Dr. Shrader oversees the use of LDA in the USA and trains physicians and naturopaths in the U.S. and Canada on the use of LDA.
Registration: This seminar is being run by ICIM. Registration form can be found here.