Marty Heinz MD - Compensating for neurotoxin-induced dysregulati


Topic:Compensating for neurotoxin-induced dysregulation by Marty Heinz MD

Conference: Neurodegeneration: The Impact of Environmental Insult - Grand Rapids, MI - October 4 - 8, 2017

Summary: Since this research project started 20 years ago, in 1997, there has been many people and groups who have come and gone while expounding virtues of “neurotransmitter testing” that were not supported by the science. With 22 peer-reviewed papers relating to the topic, this research project has the only current scientific publications on the topic of urinary neurotransmitter testing. This talk will present highlights from these peer-reviewed papers (see bibliography).

Learning Objectives:
1. The participant will understand why baseline neurotransmitter testing is documented in the medical literature as being of no value in definitive clinical decision making.
2. The participant will understand urinary neurotransmitter renal physiology including neurotransmitter synthesis and the OCT-2 transporter role in determination of neurotransmitters concentrations in the final urine.
3. The participant will understand why urinary neurotransmitters have never been in the peripheral or central systems.
4. The participant will understand how relative nutritional deficiencies can be induced by disease, drugs and nutrients.

Time: 58 mins.

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