Organ: Gout and Uric Acid Diathesis


Gout and Uric Acid Diathesis   (4 hours  $75  pre-recorded webinar)

Right up there with childbirth, kidney stones and gallstone attacks comes the pain level experienced by our clients during an acute flare up of gout! According to the National Institutes of Health, “Gout is the most prevalent form of inflammatory arthropathy” and research shows that conventional primary care does not manage gout well.  In an aging population, gout is a growing complaint: between 1990 and 1999, a US managed care database showed that gout case claims increased by more than a third. If you are not already seeing these clients, you are likely to in future!

Burnett associated gout strongly with sycotic miasm and uric acid diathesis. He teaches us that a client can only become as healthy as their weakest link (organ) and we must be able to strengthen those weak links to allow the constitutional remedy full expression.  In this course, you will learn to recognize indicative symptoms of gout, tophi and gouty terrain.  

Common symptoms are contrasted with individualizing characteristics.  Conventional therapeutics are reviewed. Context and differential are provided for related conditions of heart disease, hypertension, kidney disease and diabetes.

Methods for repair are demonstrated through several client cases. Therapeutics are discussed for the acute flare up of a gouty attack, as well as the chronic terrain. Guidance for case management, both short and long term, is given and exemplified in the client cases.

This is a 4 hour class. The materials for this course include video and powerpoint web presentations,  downloadable reference documents, and a letter of verification of training that can be used as documentation of continuing education for CHC requirements.

You can purchase this webinar now using the button below.  After your purchase is complete, you will receive an email confirming the purchase. Within 24 hours, you will receive an additional email with your course materials.
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