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Contact: Pamela McGhee
Phone: (916) 205-3543
For Immediate Release
Third Annual Integrative Dermatology Symposium to Convene Virtually October 23 – November 1, 2020
International experts in the practices of Western, Naturopathic, Ayurvedic, and Traditional Chinese Medicine will convene at the dermatology conference
In adapting to the ongoing developments of COVID-19, the symposium will be held virtually to ensure the safety and security of all attendees.
LearnSkin, an integrative skin care education company, is bringing together top leaders from across the world for its third annual, and first virtual,Integrative Dermatology Symposium.The event is designed with the goal of improving dermatological patient care by fostering an interdisciplinary environment with a variety of expert practitioners.
“With about one-third of the country afflicted with a skin disorder, we have the opportunity to make a tremendous impact by empowering people and practitioners to make better decisions for themselves and their patients,” says Venita Sivamani, Co-Founder and CEO of LeanSkin.
As health care costs rise and demand for complementary and integrative medicine increases, a new approach for public health is needed. Recent studies by the National Institute of Health suggest that 70% of individuals look at complementary and alternative approaches to healthcare. Understanding patient’s and practitioner’s interests, LearnSkin offers the most up to date knowledge on integrative medicine treatments for skin conditions.
“We want to ensure access to high quality, research-backed information from a range of specialties focused on dermatology to help everyone feel their best from the inside out,” states Sivamani. “By working collaboratively across healthcare systems and disciplines, we can better support the community and patients.”
By blending the best of preventive and acute care, the Integrated Dermatology Symposium brings together a wide cross section of healthcare practitioners with attendee ranging from dermatologists, family practice physicians, pediatricians, osteopathic doctors, naturopathic doctors, physician assistants, nurses, acupuncturists, Ayurveda practitioners, and medical students.
The Symposium will cover a wide range of topics from common conditions seen in clinic to advanced therapeutics, such as:
- Gut, Diet, and Skin Microbiome
- Cannabinoids and Cosmeceuticals
- Genetics and Personalized Medicine
- Mind-Body Medicine
- Use of Panchakarma and Reiki
- Hair Loss and Platelet Rich Plasma
- Aesthetics for Skin of Color
- Sleep, Stress, and Cellular Aging
- Integrative Approach to Pediatric Dermatology
- Acupuncture and TCM
- Compounding Pharmacy for Your Practice
- Emerging Therapies in Atopic Dermatitis, Psoriasis, and Acne
- And more!
Attendees will be able to connect with colleagues from around the world, visit booths in the virtual exhibit hall, earn prizes and CME credits, and enjoy the fun entertainment and mindfulness activities from the comfort of your home!
“Having our symposium sell out in its first two years speaks to the demand for this type of education. We’re excited to see this level of interesting the concept of integrative dermatology and we’re excited to bring our best symposium yet to everyone virtually,” says Sivamani.
To learn more about the symposium, visit https://integrativedermatologysymposium.com.