Feature: Chronic Pain & Inflammation
2019 ACAM Annual Meeting
October 17-19, 2019
Nashville, TN
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CAP Practicum & Certification
October 16-17, 2019
Nashville, TN
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Stem Cell & Peptide Therapies
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How to Manage Chronic Inflammation and Pain

Millions of Americans are living with chronic pain and inflammation, and while there are many different treatment options available, there is no one right way to manage the discomfort. It’s a very personal choice that can take some time to find, as the causes for inflammation tend to vary from person to person.

In general, inflammation stems from the immune system’s response to something harmful, and it is actually the first sign that your body is healing. However, chronic inflammation that takes a long time to go away can lead to other issues, such as cancer or arthritis, and that’s when this issue becomes a bigger problem.

The good news is that there are many different things you can do to treat systemic inflammation, from changing your diet and taking medication to making certain herbs a part of your daily routine. In fact, cannabis has shown in studies to be effective in helping people manage chronic inflammation, so it may be worth researching when you’re ready to look for treatments.

Read the full guest blog by Holli Richardson, who shares four strategies for holistic treatment.

Learn the latest science and techniques in treating chronic pain and disease at the 2019 Collaboration Cures Meeting this October in Nashville, TN. VIEW MORE

UPDATE: Trials to Access Chelation Therapy

Dr. Gervasio Lamas is the Principal Investigator and Chair of Trials to Access Chelation Therapy (TACT). The initial 10-year study found extraordinary results, particularly for diabetic patients.

With such promising results, he was then asked to continue his studies through TACT 2 and the most recent TACT 3A, both of which are currently collecting data. This fascinating update shows an exciting look at the future of Chelation Therapy!

Want to get involved? Contact Dr. Lamas at or by calling 305-674-2162.

August Member of the Month

Mariana Viera-Navarro is a certified Physician Assistant who specializes in chelation and intravenous nutrient therapy. Ms. Viera-Navarro developed an expertise in the evaluation and management of food allergies and anaphylactic reactions. Being the parent of a child with food anaphylaxis puts the theory into practice.

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Policy & Advocacy
Despite a lack of testing, 5G is being rolled out nationwide.

5G networks will be substantially different than the networks currently in use. 4G uses up to 6 GHz, 5G will use frequencies between 24 GHz and 100 GHz, known as millimeter-wave frequencies.These smaller waves are more easily blocked by trees, buildings, and other objects, which requires erecting many "small cell" towers to support the network.

Learn more about the issue HERE.
2019 Collaboration Cures Meeting Speaker Feature
Cancer as a Metabolic Driver - Lise Alschuler, ND
Learn more about Dr. Lise Alschuler and additional Annual Meeting speakers HERE

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