Pharmacology: Part 2
Dr. Roy Settergren
This session provides an overview on the principles, practices, nomenclature, work-up and management of the patient in their relationship with pharmaceuticals.
At the end of this session, the student will have a detailed understanding of:
- Pharmacology and its divisions
- Positive and negative drug reactions
- Receptor theory
- Drug mechanisms
- Drugs for ANS and CNS
- Cardiovascular drugs
- Anti-inflammatory drugs
- Gastrointestinal drugs
- Antimicrobial drugs
- Male and female system drugs
- Substance abuse
- Herb/drug interactions
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
BRETT WISNIEWSKI, MS, DC, DABCI, DACBN
Dr. Brett Wisniewski has been practicing natural medicine for over 10 years. He spends most of his time as a full-time clinic director and clinical consultant at Gateway Natural Medicine & Diagnostic Center. Dr. Wisniewski currently holds diplomates from the American Board of Chiropractic Internists (DABCI) and the American Clinical Board of Nutrition (DACBN) of which he is the program director and sits on the board.
Dr. Wisniewski concentrates his studies in immunology, autoimmune disease, infectious disease and cancer. He prides himself on truly listening to his patients and finding the missing puzzle piece to their story. He is recognized, nationally, for presenting on such topics and enjoys pushing the limits of diagnostics and natural medicine.
Upon completion of this course, each learner will receive 12 approved hours applicable toward a DACBI certification.
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