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Dr. Harshfield is a panelist at this event.


BOSTON BIOLIFE AUTUMN SERIES — FRIDAY AFTERNOON MINI-COURSE In an effort to continue our exploration into the Science of Neurological Disorders, we are pleased to announce our next minicourse, in conjunction with Veterans In Pain, looking at Neurological Wellness and its relationship to Veterans with traumatic neurological disorders. The program will feature experts presentations on a wide range of topics including therapeutic options such as hyperbaric oxygen therapy and ketamine. We look forward to this exciting program on the future of Diagnosis and Therapy for neurological disorders. PROPOSED SCHEDULE AND AGENDA TOPICS* 12:00-12:15 pm Welcome and Introduction—moderated by Joseph Krieger, MA and Micaela Bensko 12:15-1:00 pm Neuroplasticity: Implications in Traumatic Brain Injury: David Harshfield, MD 1:00-1:45 pm Ketamine therapy and TBI — the How & Why of Its Efficacy: Austin Harris, MD 1:45-2:30 pm Peptides for the Prevention and Treatment of PTSD and TBI: Kent Holtorf, MD 2:30-2:55 pm The Effects of Mesenchymal Signaling Cell Therapy on Concussive Sound Derived TBI / PTSD / TBI Lesions of the Brain: Sean Berman, MS 2:55-3:30 pm Thermographic Diagnostics and Oxygen Therapy for TBI: Carol Henricks, MD 3:30-4:00 pm The Millennium–Veterans TBI Project: Mark L. Gordon, MD 4:00-4:45 pm Q & A Panel and Conclusion—moderated by Joseph Krieger, MA and Micaela Bensko *Subject to change. 12 pm start time is EST


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What is the Chronic Disease Support program?

1. It is a weekly live, interactive, 1h, webinar on Zoom covering important health-related topics.

2. The schedule is Tuesday at 8 pm EST. The topic is the same at both times/dates. We offer 2 times per week to accommodate schedules.

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