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The Health Coach / Doctor Collaborative Approach to Chronic Disease

March 23, 2022 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT

What does  A medical Detective do when she is diagnosed with Metastatic Ovarian Cancer?  
“A  Medical Detective and Her Doctor Have a Conversation.”
3 Learning Objectives: 
  • If you do not like your 1st Opinion, go for a 2nd or 3rd Opinion.
  • Find a Medical Detective with an interest in the Field of Cancer.
  • How do you support or what do you do to help your patients deal with the emotional challenges they experience? 
When a woman is diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancer, she is faced with life altering challenges that can come out of nowhere.
There are so many decisions to make often too quickly and without full knowledge of what her options are.
She is presented with what appears to be a set of facts. 
What questions might she ask that will help her move forward because  she must be a partner in her treatment  plan. 
Susan Levin received her BS degree from New York University and her Certified Health Coach Certification  from Emory University in Atlanta, GA. Her education has been ongoing for almost 40 years attending conferences at the following organizations:  ACAM, ICIM, AAEM, A4M, ILADS, The Lyme  Disease Association and The Forum For Integrative Medicine as well as AAPMD.
Although she is a Certified Health Coach, she considers herself more of a medical detective. For over 30 years she worked alongside her husband, Dr. Warren Levin, as pioneers in the world of Integrative and Alternative Medicine. Today she carries on with their mission through educating her clients about the possible options, treatments and protocols that are available to them by helping them to build and coordinate a support team to steer a course towards complete healing and recovery. She is a passionate advocate for integrated medicine and patient access to care and has testified at government hearings. Today, having been through a recent diagnosis and treatment for Metastatic Ovarian Cancer, she is now bringing her 35+ years of knowledge to women searching for answers and help with their diagnosis of breast or ovarian cancer. In addition, Susan is embarking on a certified program in The Metabolic Approach To Cancer based on the work of Nasha Winters, ND. Susan is hoping to speak and share her journey with other women, and she is currently working on an extensive article with her medical team that will appear in the Townsend Letter.

Rhett Bergeron, MD has practiced Integrative Functional Medicine since 1996. Dr. Bergeron grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and received his medical education at Louisiana State University Medical School in New Orleans, Louisiana. He completed an internship in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at the Charity Hospital System of Louisiana, and then completed a Family Medicine residency at Earl K. Long Medical Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. After residency Dr. Bergeron joined ImmunoComp Laboratory in Atlanta, GA to study the immune system in chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and cancer patients, and develop patient specific immunotherapies. Beginning in medical school and during residency, Dr. Bergeron began to pursue Environmental and Functional Medicine by training with experienced physicians and attending medical conferences. Dr. Bergeron’s continuing medical education includes training and medical conferences with the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, the Academy of Integrative and Comprehensive Medicine, and the American College for Advancement in Medicine, and Biological Medicine.Dr. Bergeron is the founder and medical director of Real Health Medical Center in Atlanta. GA.

1 CE credit available to AAPMD members



March 23, 2022
9:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT
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