DUTCH Monthly Webinars bring you the latest in hormone education from the brightest minds in the industry.
Insomnia affects approximately 30% of American adults. When patients present with sleep complaints, it’s a common practice in functional medicine to test free cortisol to ascertain the degree of impact poor sleep has on the stress system. Free cortisol measurements only reflect the cortisol in circulation and do not speak to a patient’s cortisol production.
Did you know there are other cortisol markers that can take that assessment one step further? This webinar will help providers focus in on elements of adrenal and HPA axis function beyond free cortisol’s diurnal rhythm to ultimately shine a brighter light on the root cause of sleep disruption.
Please Note: The contents of this webinar are for educational and informational purposes only. Precision Analytical will be interviewing functional medicine key opinion leaders, the best and brightest in the field. The information is not to be interpreted as, or mistaken for, clinical advice. Please consult a medical professional or healthcare provider for medical advice, diagnoses, or treatment.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Dr. Allison Smith completed her N.D. at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, and has worked in private practice focusing on primary care, women’s health and dermatologic laser therapy. Over the last 10 years, she has consulted with providers on thousands of cases in the context of hormone testing and brought awareness of testing to providers in clinical practice through consulting, webinars, case presentations, and articles. She now leads an esteemed lineup of clinical educators at Precision Analytical, home of the DUTCH test.