FREE Understanding the Thyroid Seminar

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 03/22/2017 - 04/05/2017
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location
Believe Midwifery Services


Why does the body sometimes attack the thyroid, and what can be done about it? Can the thyroid be healed before other issues present? Why do physicians only recommend pharmaceuticals? What alternative options are available? If I have to continue with pharmaceuticals, what are my options? Do I need iodine or is this harmful? Can you help me understand my labs? What risks should I be aware of long-term?

Join us and learn how our clinicians approach treatment of thyroid conditions, and how we work to educate our clients in effort to optimize their thyroid health. For many, the thyroid can be healed. There is often a primary issue and the thyroid is simply the alarm bell. Don’t ignore these warning signs. For others, pharmaceuticals are required, but there are steps that can optimize your thyroid health and a multitude of treatment options to consider.

Dr. Lane will be discussing why the thyroid stops working optimally, and then explores steps to optimize thyroid health. Our mission is to explore the roots of thyroid disease and to empower clients to understand their condition, as well as options for treatment, which for many, can lead to complete healing.

Come learn about our Thyroid Healing program and gain the information you need to take control of your thyroid health! A light lunch will be served.

Space is limited; reservations are required. Please call our office at (317)434-2229 extension 1 to reserve your spot!

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