Sunday, April 11: 11:15am-12:45pm (Pacific Time) | Closing Session

Adrenals and the Autoimmune Response

Dian Ginsberg, MD

Session Description

Adrenal/ Cortisol Imbalance and Autoimmune Disease

Understanding the Cause and Possibilities of Reversal

Adrenal and cortisol dysfunction have become very common especially in today’s world.  Understanding patient complaints, having an understanding of functional labs and formulating a treatment plan are of utmost importance for all Nutritional Professionals. At the completion of this presentation you will be able to:

  • Differentiate the difference between adrenal disease and HPA Axis dysfunction
  • Develop a real understanding of what happens with chronic stress on the adrenal gland
  • Trace the Pathway into the clinical development of autoimmune disease- and understand the laboratory tests patients need for an optimal evaluation
  • Discuss supplement, nutrition, and dietary options to be used in the clinical setting with patients.

Watch the videos below to view a sneak peek at this session.

About Dr. Ginsberg

Dr. Ginsberg completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology. She has years of experience providing obstetrics and gynecology treatment, menopause management and healthy aging. Being a black belt in Tae Kwan Do and an Ironman Triathlete, has led her to explore the latest advances for athletes. She continues her research in nutritional therapies for many reasons, most significantly for the benefits it has brought to her sons with specific learning needs.  

Dr. Ginsberg lectures for the American Academy of Anti-Aging on hormone replacement and Functional Medicine University on the topic of PCOS. She is the author of the PCOS Environmental Roadmap.