- Ethics, Lyme & Morgellon’s Diseases 2h 00min
Ethics, Lyme, and Morgellons Diseases
There are many ethical considerations in the treatments of many illnesses, in particular, Lyme disease. There is commonly mistreatment of doctors and patients, involving unethical behavior and treatment not necessarily based on the best science. Research has been stunted or is not yet available in treatment protocols for many reasons. This course will cover susceptibility, approaches to treatment, Lyme disease research, ethical concerns including Morgellon’s, gene testing, and support of patients with genetic defects.
- Identify ethical considerations int he treatment of Lyme disease
- Discuss reasons why doctors often mistreat this disease
- Learn new approaches to treatment for Lyme and Morgellon’s
- Learn supportive techniques for patients with genetic defects
Learn for a Cause
A portion of proceeds from sales of this course goes directly to Chitari Center of Collaborative Medicine, a nonprofit holistic healing center.
Dr. Ambrose is a noted educator, teaching at both the Natural College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) and the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM). She offers professional seminars in the Northwest, Montana, Hawaii, and the Dominican Republic. She received her B.A. in Psychology and Biochemistry from Evergreen State College in 1975 and a degree in acupuncture from the New England School of Acupuncture in 1976, followed by an advanced degree in acupuncture from the same institution in 1977.
Dr. Ambrose earned the distinction of Naturopathic Doctor from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1989. Her private practice focuses on oncology, endocrinology, cardiology, immunology, acupuncture, and women’s health.
Furthermore, Dr. Ambrose has been selected as one of Portland's most outstanding medical professionals by Portland Monthly Magazine's Top Doctors & Nurses 2014.