Interview with Dr. Lee Cowden

 

Neurological disorders are skyrocketing in our society and we find a record number of people being diagnosed with some type of debilitating neurologic disease. From chronic headaches, anxiety, depression, insomnia and various pain conditions to Alzheimer’s, MS, Parkinson’s and even ALS, many patients are struggling without getting much help from the conventional medical establishment and many physicians are looking for better answers.

Neurological disorders are skyrocketing in our society and we find a record number of people being diagnosed with some type of debilitating neurologic disease. From chronic headaches, anxiety, depression, insomnia and various pain conditions to Alzheimer’s, MS, Parkinson’s and even ALS, many patients are struggling without getting much help from the conventional medical establishment and many physicians are looking for better answers.

For William Lee Cowden, MD, MD(H), finding the answers to these hard questions and teaching what-works to healthcare practitioners is not only a professional mission but a personal passion as well. For that reason, Dr. Cowden is excited to be a presenter for the upcoming practitioner’s Brain Regeneration Conference, November 8th – 10th in Orlando, Florida. 

Hosted by the Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine, the event is the nation’s most innovative conference on integrative neurological treatments and boasts a lineup of top notch presenters who are truly utilizing and teaching cutting-edge techniques and finding the results to be both impressive and encouraging. Some of the other presenters are Dr. Joe Mercola, Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, Dr. Zach Bush, Dr. Norm Shealy, Dr. Simona Pop, Dr. Jerry Tennant, Dr. Steve Sinatra, Dr. Blanche Grube, Dr. William Walsh, Doug Kaufmann and 17 others.

“I have spoken at events around the world, but the Orlando conference will be unique in that it will have a great mix of didactic practical teaching plus hands-on workshops that provide readily-usable information not available at other events,” said Cowden. “This particular ACIM conference will be among the most informative and applicable. It truly allows practitioners who attend to walk away with tools they can use to help their patients in the week following the conference.” Dr. Cowden is excited to be among presenters who will discuss in-depth neurological issues facing our society today. They will speak on the gut-brain connection, fungal illness causing neuro diseases, the importance of detoxification (including a new heavy metal chelation therapy from Ireland) and identifying nutritional imbalances that cause neuro diseases, as well as devices that combat neurological disorders, such as adaptive contrast exercise with oxygen, pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, EEG neurofeedback and much more. Attendees will also have an opportunity to enjoy an afternoon workshop with Dr. Cowden where he will walk them through many of the modalities presented throughout the conference and show specifically how to put it all together for a patient, allowing for the best treatment outcome in the shortest time possible.

Dr. Cowden began his career in 1978 as a graduate from the University of Texas Medical School in Houston and went on to complete his Internal Medicine Residency in 1981 and his Cardiology & Critical Care Medicine Fellowship in 1984 at St. Louis University Hospital Group. As a board-certified cardiologist & internist as well as a licensed homeopathic medical doctor, Dr. Cowden has had a foot in both worlds and now combines the wealth of knowledge that he has obtained over the years to pioneer successful integrative treatments for neurological conditions.

As the Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board and a Professor of the Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine, Cowden is widely sought after for his knowledge and skill in practicing and teaching integrative techniques. He has been successful in helping patients with neurological issues, even those given no hope by the allopathic medical community, and physicians of all fields of medicine are eager to tap into his knowledge.

“Many patients are being diagnosed with neurological diseases and they are finding that allopathic medicine isn’t helping them,” said Cowden. “That’s because in our formal training, doctors are taught that the brain does not regenerate once it has been damaged. However, integrative practitioners are finding therapies that work and this is exciting, not only for the patients but also for the physicians.”

Dr. Cowden is skilled in evaluative kinesiology, various forms of electro-dermal screening, Chinese pulse, nail, tongue & scleral reading, heart-rate-variability testing, thermography-reading, other medical imaging interpretation and integrative laboratory testing. Therapeutically Dr. Cowden has used & teaches diet and lifestyle counseling, homeopathic and herbal therapies, orthomolecular therapies, photonic therapies, magnetic therapies, Pulsed EMF therapies, lymphatic-drainage, emotional conflict resolution (using Recall Healing, EVOX, color & flower therapies, Emotion Code) and much more.

Since 2009 Dr. Cowden has been a full-time integrative medicine health educator. He mentors physicians and health professionals who want to embrace integrative medicine. Dr. Cowden has co-authored six books and has contributed to several other books and publications. He is committed to empowering people to take control over their own health and, whenever possible, prevent illnesses.

“The US healthcare system is broken and people are suffering because so many believe there is no other option available to them,” said Dr. Cowden. “A large number of patients are seeking integrative choices but the practitioners are either not educated in integrative therapies or are choosing not to embrace them. I want to see patients being presented with other health options and being encouraged to be involved in their own health journeys.”

To learn more about how you can hear Dr. Cowden along with other leading integrative practitioners at the upcoming Brain Regeneration Conference.

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