Live Webinar Intensive Series Managing Methylation in Clinical Practice

Managing Methylation in Clinical Practice with Susan Fidler, MCPP, MS, ND, RH (AHG)

Live Dates: February 3, 10, 17, and 24, 2020 (8:00 to 10:00 pm EST)
Classes will be recorded and available for participant viewing at anytime.

Methylation… it is a unique word that highlights how our bodies function on a routine basis; like how we adapt to stress, produce hormones, respond to inflammation, energy production, the repairing of cells after damage done by free radicals, and fight infections and viruses.  For some people, methylation is hindered by genetics and must be supported by things like food and supplementation.  In this 4-week intensive, Dr. Susan Fidler will be discussing the importance of methylation, the genes that are involved, and will; through the use of case studies, go through a step-by-step analysis of gene reports and treatment protocols to describe the best course of action for a variety of conditions.

Bio: Dr Susan Fidler qualified as a herbalist at the College of Phytotherapy in the UK and has an active practice in Maryville, TN. She has a background in molecular biology  (MS in biomolecular organization) with a mixed career of research and teaching. She has followed these degrees with a doctorate in Naturopathy, complementing her herbal practice. Fidler makes most of her tinctures and other herbal preparations forming custom blends for her clients. She is also trained in TBM and uses this muscle testing technique in office along with genetic and other investigative methods. The clients present a wide range of conditions and many have benefited as a result of methylation analysis.