It answers the questions being posed regarding cancer and other dysfunction afflicting not only menopausal women but those women with significant alteration of cycle created by interaction with our estrogen toxic environment.
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Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) February 8, 2008
Medical practitioners can now participate in an intensive introduction to the newest emerging specialty of endocrinology by attending "Two Days Back on Earth," a *CME course on environmental endocrinology, covering how stressors on multiple endocrine systems control the rate of aging and quality of life to be held at the GCC Planetarium, Glendale California. The two day CME accredited seminar is attended by physicians worldwide and provides a maximum 17 credit hours in category 1PRA. The course which also educates doctors about bio-mimetic hormone restoration therapy (BHRT), currently termed bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, is taught by T.S. Wiley and an oncologist, OBGYN, neurologist and family practitioner all practicing the principals. Wiley is a medical writer and researcher in chronobiology, environmental endocrinology and circadian rhythmicity, and the author of "Sex, Lies & Menopause," Harper Collins, 2005 and "Lights Out: Sleep, Sugar and Survival," Simon & Schuster, Inc., 2000.
Environmental endocrinology addresses the effect of daily stressors such as light, food and crowding on multiple endocrine systems and they, in turn, control the rate of aging and quality of life. The course covers the main aspects of diabetology and reproductive endocrinology, converging to become what we call menopause medicine. Doctors will learn how environmental endocrinology -- the effect of daily stressors like light, food and crowding on multiple endocrine systems -- controls rate of aging and quality of life. Once certified, medical practitioners will come away with a working knowledge of:
- Insulin and cortisol metabolism over the course of a lifetime.
- The interplay of insulin, SHBG and estrogen.
- The effect of declining quality of sleep on sex steroid production and use.
- The seasonal variation in hormone fluctuation through shunt physiology.
- The action of sex steroids on immunological, emotional and neurological disorders.
- How to use and adjust the Wiley Protocol® to solve the common side effects of menopause-hot flashes, migraines, joint pain, incontinence, hemorrhaging, endometriosis, hypo and hyperthyroidism, fibroids, PCOD, insomnia, acid reflux, gall bladder disease, thinning skin, vulvodynia, low libido, IBS, anxiety and depression.
- The connection of insulin and sex hormones to cancer.
- C-Reactive protein, immunological cardiovascular risk: The Eyes of the Hippopotamus
- Non-genomic actions of steroid hormones in reproductive tissues
- Complex actions of sex steroids in adipose tissue, the cardiovascular system and brain: Insights from Basic Science and Clinical Studies
Wiley is a medical theorist in the field of Darwinian Medicine or "environmental endocrinology" and a writer and researcher on the use of hormones, particularly in menopausal women. As a medical writer and researcher in chronobiology, environmental endocrinology and circadian rhythmicity, Wiley's CME accredited seminars on the natural history of endocrinology are attended by physicians from all over the world who are learning about the Wiley Protocol.
After years of research, T.S. Wiley developed a new method of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) called the Wiley Protocol for women to use as a more accurate form of replacement for lost endocrine function. Thousands of women love it and mounting evidence on the Wiley Protocol shows that it was the rhythm that was always missing in other regimens. The Wiley Protocol is a trademarked, patent pending delivery system consisting of bio-mimetic estradiol and progesterone in topical cream preparations dosed to mimic the natural hormone rhythms created by a twenty year-old woman. The creams Wiley created and their amounts vary throughout the 28 day cycle to mimic the hormone levels of youth. The Wiley Protocol is the only bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) that features bioidentical hormones in a bio-mimetic way, or that has ever been developed under the scrutiny of a practicing oncologist.
As a provider of the Wiley Protocol, medical practitioners who take this course will be in the vanguard of an elite group of forward-thinking physicians and researchers trying to put the scientific method back into medicine. All HRT and bio-identical hormones, particularly, still reside in a no-man's land of uncertainty when it comes to prescribing. Using a Wiley Registered Pharmacy™ that follows GCM (good compounding methods) of standardization for Wiley Protocol prescriptions eliminates all the guess-work and potential errors in prescribing natural hormones.
"Since my involvement with the Wiley protocol, I have become more keenly aware of the nuances of hormonal interaction. The certification course really helps you understand the molecular aspects of hormonal relationships. The knowledge acquired significantly assists me in management of patients and I am constantly amazed at the level of interaction achieved on the protocol, "said Courtney Ridley M.D., physician, LifeSpan Medicine. "It answers the questions being posed regarding cancer and other dysfunction afflicting not only menopausal women but those women with significant alteration of cycle created by interaction with our estrogen toxic environment."
The cost of the two day seminar is $1,850.00 includes supplies and materials. For those doctors who already have the Physician's Desk Manual of "Clinical Practice Guidelines™ the cost is $1,200.00. For those doctors who are repeating the course the cost is $450.00. Other materials include one copy each of Lights Out and Sex, Lies and Menopause by T.S.Wiley, The Review of Medical Physiology with Study Guide by William Ganong, and the Multiple Action of Steroid Hormones, an endocrinology paper. Reservations are limited to 30 attendees per seminar. For more information about the schedule visit the Wiley Protocol Physicians Training and Certification. To inquire about availability and accommodations contact Caren Abdela at 805-565-7508, or email email@example.com.
About Wiley Systems, Inc. and the Wiley Protocol
Wiley Systems, Inc. was founded in 2005 in Santa Barbara, California by T.S. Wiley, who is the developer of the Wiley Protocol, a trademarked patent pending delivery system consisting of bio-mimetic, estradiol and progesterone (Bio-Mimetic Hormone Restoration Therapy) also known as bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, in topical cream preparations dosed in a rhythm to mimic the natural cyclic hormone levels replicated in serum blood produced by a twenty year-old woman. Wiley Systems began as a project to unite doctors and pharmacists in a common goal to standardize bio-identical hormones for academic research. Wiley Systems offers the packaging to color code and accurately titrate dosing for the Wiley Protocol to pharmacies who join the project for future NIH study.
The Wiley Protocol is only available at compounding pharmacies that have contractually agreed to the standardized methods, materials, packaging and recommended pricing. In exchange, Wiley Systems provides intellectual property and sells 28WP logo-bearing packaging consisting of bags and syringes in the branded colors of purple and green. The Wiley Protocol name assures customers that they are receiving authentic Wiley Protocol dosing rhythms based on original research.
*This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of MEC and the Wiley Protocol. MEC is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Medical Educator Consortium (MEC) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The MEC designates this educational activity for a maximum of 17 credit hours in category 1 PRA towards the AMA Physician's Recognition award.
Kristin Gabriel, Director of Marketing Communications
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