Pharmacology: Part 2
Dr. Roy Settergren
This session provides an overview on the principles, practices, nomenclature, patient work-up and management of conditions seen in an internal disorder office utilizing herbal therapy.
At the end of the session, the student will have a detailed understanding of:
- Definition of pharmacology
- Difference between drugs, phytochemicals and supplements
- Difference between botanicals and drug botanicals
- Pharmacodynamics of plant constituents
- Benefits of common well known herb and plant products
- Herbal drug reactions
- Therapeutic monographs
Roy Settergren, MD, RMSK
Dr. Roy Settergren currently works as a physician at Amita La Grange Hospital, and also runs his own practice in Illinois. His specialties include chiropractic and family medicine. He is also a faculty member at National University of Health Sciences, and serves the department of Distance Learning & Professional Programs. Dr. Settergren has co-written a few publications:
Ultrasound Guided Dry Needling in Tendinopathy: A Case Series
Assessment of Z joints Using Sound and Vibration Recordings and Ultrasound Imaging of the Spine before, during, and after Spinal Manipulation
Assessing Spinal Degeneration Using Sonography
Assessment of Lumbar Zygopophyseal Joint with Diagnostic Ultrasound During Lumbar Manipulative Therapy
Upon completion of this course, each learner will receive 12 approved hours applicable toward a DACBI certification.
*Note: THIS CLASS IS NOT FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION. The sentence that is listed below is noted ONLY for DABCI credit.
- 12.00 Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) CE
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