Join Dr. Russell Jaffe, MD, Ph.D., CCN, a leading integrative health expert. In this informative webinar where he will describe the key factors that control bone and joint health and how these factors can be addressed in clinical practice. In the 21st century achieving strong bones, joints, healthy muscle, and maximum mobility takes more than just tweaking the diet or adding a few supplements.
This webinar will describe:
- Net acid excess /Metabolic acidosis – Why even a small shift toward being more acidic results in an increased risk of disease and loss of cell resilience, and how when one is in an alkaline homeostatic state, one is in an elective, protective repair mode.
- Inflammation, repair deficit and oxidative stress – how osteoblast/osteoclast activity is dictated by increased free radical status and how that can cause metabolic bone disease.
- Neurohormonal status – Why a state of distress can down-regulate bone rebuilding and how achieving “eustress” can positively influence bone renewal.
Tune into this webinar to hear Dr. Russell Jaffe share key predictive biomarkers of bone and mineral adequacy, important supportive nutrients, and targeted lifestyle pearls for epigenetic solutions to achieve bone, joint and muscle health in the 21st Century.
Russell M. Jaffe, M.D., Ph.D., CCN
Fellow, Health Studies Collegium
Russ Jaffe has more than 40 years of experience contributing to molecular biology and clinical diagnostics. He has pioneered “lymphocyte tests of immune function and hypersensitivity” and is focused on providing functional, predictive tests and procedures designed to improve the precision of both diagnosis and of treatment outcomes.
He received his BS, MD and Ph.D. from the Boston University School of Medicine, completed residency training in clinical chemistry at the National Institutes of Health before starting the Health Studies Collegium think tank and PERQUE Integrative Health, LLC, a company that offers the world scientifically proven, integrative health solutions that speed the transition from sick care to healthful caring.