PREVIOUS: Low Dose Allergens (LDA): The Basics, including Treatment of Autoimmunity with Bacterial and Autologous Antigens

Seminar description: LDA is a unique type of immunotherapy used to treat a broad spectrum of allergies, food, chemical sensitivities and autoimmune diseases. It was pioneered by Dr. Leonard McEwen in the UK in the mid 70’s. This seminar will cover the basics of LDA and LDA treatments with bacterial antigens so that participants can perform LDA immunotherapy.

Date & Time: This seminar ran in late April 2018 and was sold out 

Location: The Westin Prince Hotel, 900 York Mills Road, Toronto, ON, M3B 3H2

Open to: Medical doctors, osteopathic doctors, naturopathic doctors, nurse practitioners and medical support staff.

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.


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2018-05-08T14:40:13+00:00March 14th, 2018|Industry News, Seminars & Training|