Every day practitioners treat a myriad of seemingly unrelated imbalances. Some patients respond while others do not despite correct diagnosis and proper treatment. One contributor to the response failure may be on-going stress. The American Psychological Association (APA) reports almost 80% of patients experience physical symptoms due to stress. Modern science is now illustrating the interconnectedness of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis and subsequent neuroendocrine signals to numerous health conditions. Practitioners must recognize when HPA axis function is a factor, the appropriate assessments, and corresponding interventions to support overall general health. Lifestyle and nutritional interventions to support the HPA axis will be highlighted.

Course Instructor

Dr. Corey Scheuler

Dr. Corey Scheuler,

MS, DC, LN, CNS, FAAIM