Dr Jay Lombard: A Functional Medicine Approach To Mental Health
Dr Jay Lombard, DO, is a medical doctor in private practice in neurology and neuropsychiatry, who employs traditional and complementary medicine approaches in treating a wide spectrum of neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders.
His one day seminar was held at the Royal Society of Medicine on the 10th of April 2010.
You can now buy the seminar for only £30.00 and go through the presentation, at your own leisure, providing 5.5 CPD credits.
Just call +44(0)8450 760 402 to order and a link will be sent to you for the following:
- Articulate versions of the presentations (5.5 hours: slides + audio)
- Seminar slides used during presentation
- Relevant product information
Dr Lombard continued the now established tradition of ‘only the best which we have come to expect in Nutri Link seminars
A really excellent day, packed full of useful and relevant infomation. Excellent value for money too, thank you!
Dr Jay Lombard
He is the Chief of Neurology at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Centre. In addition to his clinical duties, he is an Associate Professor of Neurology and Pharmacology at Touro University College of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Neurology at Weill Cornell Medical College, and a Clinical Instructor of Neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is the author of several critically acclaimed books, including the recently published work Freedom from Disease. Dr. Lombard has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally on the role of nutrition in brain function. A member of the Medical Advisory Panel for the Cure Autism Now Foundation, he has lectured extensively on both the neurobiology of the autistic syndrome and on the application of complementary medicine in neurological disorders.
He was elected one of the “Best Doctors in New York” by John Connelly’s Guide to the Best Doctors in New York 1997, 1998 , 1999 and 2008.
Dr Lombard translates the complexity of neurochemistry and neurotransmitters into clinical pearls with remarkable synthesis and clarity, providing practitioners with a valuable insight into the neurobiology of mental health.
Anne Edwards BSC(Hons) MSc
Dr Lombard’s outstanding neurobiology lecture and workshop at the 16th IFM Symposium was accessible and clinically relevant to practitioners interested in furthering their understanding of mental health.
Leonie Ash DipION, mBANT
Continuing Professional Development
British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy
- Karuppiah, S; Lombard, J. Dyke Davidoff Masson Syndrome. Journal of Child Neurology (2008) View Summary
- Gold MM; Lombard, J; Lipton ML. Brain Injury due to Ventricular Shunt Placement Delineated by Diffusion Tensor Imaging. Neurologist, 14(4):252-254(2008) View Abstract
- Lombard, J. An integrated approach to treating attention deficit disorder. Nutraceuticals World. 4, 36-38 (2001) View Article
- Lombard, J. Autism: a mitochondrial disorder. Medical Hypothesis. 50, 497-500 (1998) View Abstract
- Lombard, J. (2003) An integrative approach to Parkinson’s disease in The Textbook of Integrated Medicine. New York: Saunders Press View Summary
Declining mental health from autism to depression to Alzheimer’s is a significant health problem facing the population of the UK. In line with all countries different strategies are being recommended to resist this increasing swathe of brain related complications. Dr Lombard will present the science behind the conditions as well as recommending evidence based strategies related to nutritional and healthy living to apply to your patients to reduce their risk and prevent or reverse mental health related problems.
Dr Lombard is an engaging speaker who welcomes questions and presents the science in a confident and comprehensive manner whilst reflecting the clinical benefits and strategies.