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Virtual Event

October 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 2022

 
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  • This 3-day practitioner-driven summit aims to educate healthcare professionals and will provide them with tools and strategies to address the needs of patients experiencing breast implant-related health concerns. 

  • Global Health experts will share their research, their clinical experiences studies, and address current topics.

  • If you are a healthcare professional caring for a patient with implantable devices, such as breast implants, this summit will help you learn more about the risks associated with them.

  • Haymarket is sponsoring 4 hours of CME credited presentations. These 4 specific presentations will be available live on Saturday morning. ACCME, ANCC, AAPA

  • While the conversation is geared toward practitioners; those with breast implant-related illnesses are also welcome to attend

 

Why the Breast Implant Health Summit...  

Quite simply, there is a lack of awareness among practitioners regarding the potential effects of breast implants on the body. It is our goal to gather data - research and real-world experiences from multidisciplinary teams in a forum where we can all learn and develop safer and faster ways to help this population heal. This is a GLOBAL health issue that affects women, men, and transgender people. There are numerous publications in multiple science structures that should be brought to light to further education, research, and support. This summit aims to provide unbiased and informative learning opportunities. 

 

We are already in the planning stages for the next research and the next support structure for this underserved community and we look forward to hosting the 2022 summit.

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TOPIC HIGHLIGHTS

  • Case studies and practical applications for those with breast implant-related issues

  • Insights and perspectives into natural health approaches and conventional medicine

  • Learn how chemicals, environmental toxins, heavy metals, and pathogens disrupt pathways in the body

  • How to tackle the complicated topics, like breast implant illness and emotional trauma

  • How to be an advocate for breast implant related issues

  • Q&A panels via chat and round table discussion (bring your questions)

  • …And much more! 

WHAT YOU’LL GET

  • 30+ presentations from leaders around the world 

  • Automatic access to BIHS for 3 months *once uploaded 

  • Earn CMEs on 4 specific Presentations - Saturday morning (to be announced)

  • Networking opportunities with like-minded professionals

  • Opportunities to ask questions 

HOSTS

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Danielle Valoras

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Terri Diaz

 

 PRESENTERS WILL BE ADDED DAILY.
  AGENDA TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON.

PRESENTERS 

 
 
 
Dr. J. W. Cohen Tervaert MD, PhD
Dr. J. W. Cohen Tervaert MD, PhD
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Eduardo Fleury, MD, PhD
Eduardo Fleury, MD, PhD
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Danielle Valoras MPAC, PA-C
Danielle Valoras MPAC, PA-C
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Terri Diaz
Terri Diaz

Be Your Own Advocate

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Henry Dijkman, Phd
Henry Dijkman, Phd

Silicone migration and the consequences

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Jessica Prothe
Jessica Prothe

Universal Screening for Implantable Devices; a Proposed Screening Tool

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Keesha Ewers, PhD, MSN,ARNP, FNPc
Keesha Ewers, PhD, MSN,ARNP, FNPc
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Robyn Towt, BSEd
Robyn Towt, BSEd

Informed Consent

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Ashok Gupta, MA, MSc
Ashok Gupta, MA, MSc

Brain Retraining/Neuroplasticity for Breast Implant Injury

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Jane Ritz, BSc(Psych)
Jane Ritz, BSc(Psych)

Energetic & Spiritual Factors as Mitigation for Breast Implant Health Challenges

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Julie Jetzer,  LMBT, CPT, MLD-C, CST-T
Julie Jetzer, LMBT, CPT, MLD-C, CST-T

Restrictions in the Lymphatic System

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Jay Davison, D.C., PSc.D
Jay Davison, D.C., PSc.D

The Roadmap to Health: Order matters

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Kashif Khan
Kashif Khan

Can genetics explain why Bii happens?

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Amanda Brown, PhD, LCSW
Amanda Brown, PhD, LCSW

Finding your way through explant's harder-to-see but deeply felt inner journey

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