Brain disorders are some of the most confounding conditions seen in clinical practice. Although most patients turn to conventional medicine for these conditions, they frequently find that long-term medical treatment leaves them less than satisfied. These conditions, taken as a whole, are not uncommon. For example, in the U.S., epilepsy is among the most common disorders for which people seek neurologic consultation. Bran and nerve disorders develop in many different ways, with a cacophony of often confusing or contradictory symptoms, which commonly defy convenient or consistent diagnosis. Although they are challenging to treat with natural healing methods, these treatments are much less likely to create toxicity and adverse reactions. Also, we can expect a substantial degree of success, and patients almost always have much improved comfort. Herbal medicine, especially, as primary or adjunctive therapy, is very effective. Modern natural medicine has made leaps forward with these conditions, and we are truly witnessing a revolution of safe, effective care. In this practical webinar, Khalsa will review the clinical details and herbal medicine strategies for short- and long-term care of neurological disorders. You will learn about herbs, nutraceuticals, doses and preparations. Help yourself and your patients to a symptom free life without drugs.
· Neurology Materia Medica
· Introduction to seizure disorders and migraine
· Seizure disorders and migraine, continued
· Neuropathic pain, including trigeminal and other neuralgias
· Developmental delay (autism)
· Neuromuscular disorders (multiple sclerosis)
· Closed head trauma
Bio: Karta Singh A.D., D.N.-C., R.H., is an herbalist, nutritionist, yoga teacher and educator who has been making holistic health approaches palatable to the modern mind for over 50 years. He was the first person to be professionally certified in both herbalism and Ayurveda in the U.S. He is president emeritus of the American Herbalists Guild, and director emeritus of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association.