Lifestyle and behavioral interventions are often key components of clinical treatment strategies, but at times are the most challenging for patients to implement. Laboratory testing can aid clinicians in designing the type and degree of interventions that can best target the patient's needs, resulting in the biggest impact. This webinar will focus on how to utilize laboratory testing to uncover hidden lifestyle factors affecting patient health and the current ways to approach lifestyle modifications in your practice. In addition, a review of key profiles – including the NutrEval, Adrenal Stress Profile, and Food Antibody tests – will provide clinicians with enhanced tools to support patients making lifestyle and behavioral changes, by determining what changes can result in the greatest outcomes.
- How clinicians can utilize laboratory testing to support lifestyle changes
- Learn current strategies and tools for successfully enacting positive behavior changes in your practice
- What specific changes have the biggest impact on changing test results and improving health
Michael Chapman, ND
Michael Chapman, N.D., is a licensed naturopathic physician who graduated from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. Upon graduation, he spent three years in private practice before joining the team at Genova Diagnostics. His areas of clinical focus are hormone regulation, gastrointestinal health, and autonomic balance.
Prior to medical school, Dr. Chapman earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University with a focus in neuropsychology. He later worked as a microbiologist performing pharmaceutical research on cancer cell lines.
Dr. Chapman has a passion for learning and helping others come to a greater understanding of the vast and dynamic processes that exist and interact within the human body.