Join our guest speaker, Dr Chad Larson, for a free educational webinar on how to assess and treat the mucosal immune system.
The Mucosal Immune System: Your immune system’s first responder and early warning system covers:
- why the mucosal immune system so important to be aware of and consider
- how practitioners can objectively measure and evaluate the mucosal immune system using Cyrex’s Array 14: Mucosal Immune Reactivity Screen
- how practitioners can use the Array 14’s findings to inform the diagnosis of autoimmune health conditions?
The importance of assessing and treating a patient's mucosal immune system
Home to a whopping 70% of the immune system, the mucosal system is the body's first line of immune defence that protects the body against a host of antigens that live in the mouth, skin, lungs, and gut. Our mucosal immune system sees more activity in a single day than the systemic immune system sees in an entire lifetime.
Its therefore a very big, primary and influential part of the immune system that demands enquiry to treat any chronic condition including autoimmunity and viral infection.
This webinar is an opportunity for clinicians to understand, analyse and evaluate their patients’ mucosal immune system.
More about the mucosal immune system:
The mucosal immune system is the urinary, respiratory, and gut tract’s main defence mechanism.
When the mucosal immune system is healthy, containing adequate levels of mucus and of IgA, it is able to stop any antigens entering the body.
However, when inflamed (caused by a range of environmental factors such as stress, gut dysfunction, dietary proteins and chemical toxicity) the mucosal immune system becomes less effective and starts to produce damaging immune reactions such as intestinal dysfunction and gut dysbiosis.
If unaddressed, continued inflammation of the mucosal immune system is likely to result in a wide range of chronic immune illnesses and conditions.
More about Cyrex’s Array 14: Mucosal Immune Reactivity Screen
Cyrex’s Array 14 helps you to thoroughly assess the mucosal immune system’s behaviour - including those negative immune reactions. Understanding how to interpret and apply the Array 14 will allow you to create precise and personalised treatment plans for your patients.
About the speaker, Dr Chad Larson, NMD, DC, CCN, CSCS
Dr. Larson is a double board certified physician with a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Southern California University of Health Sciences, graduating with honors. He is also a Certified Clinical Nutritionist and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
His practice integrates naturopathic medicine with cutting-edge laboratory testing and diagnostic imaging. He particularly pursues advanced developments in the fields of endocrinology, orthopaedics, sports medicine, and environmentally-induced chronic disease.
Popularly featured on a variety of local and national radio and television programs discussing a broad range of health issues. Dr. Larson has been invited to lecture to a variety of groups from the U.S. Army Special Forces to executive leadership groups to universities and healthcare practitioners.
Dr. Larson has published articles in various consumer and professional periodicals and has worked with the Research & Development departments of nutritional supplement companies. Dr. Larson also stays on the cutting edge of laboratory science as an advisor and consultant to Cyrex Laboratories.
Register to attend
The Mucosal Immune System: Your immune system’s first responder and early warning system takes place at 5pm (GMT), 26th January 2022.
To register to attend, click here.
Regenerus is proud to co-host this webinar with our partner, Cyrex, a clinical immunology lab that specialises in functional immunology and autoimmunity.