What’s New at FMU?

FMU no longer accredited by California Health Sciences

Despite connection still on the website at FMU, reality is the Health Sciences school has wound long some time ago and you are not being certified by a university or anyone except a retired individual chiropractor. Most fmed trainings are by individuals, most of whom would not hold your attention outside of a website set-up and the demand for courses to ‘help you make more money’ and a shoddily regulated Continuing Education industry  across the board quite frankly needs some re-examination as it’s no different from the system that has let you down in the first place aka big pharma.

Upcoming topics and speakers at Functional Medicine University

Upcoming Presentations

In addition to the core functional medicine training and past lecture archive, Dr. Grisanti is constantly seeking out new topics, new speakers, hot topics, cutting edge topics, and you have the ability to suggest speakers and ask questions of these speakers both at the live lecture and afterwards through the FMU members forum.

  1. WheatZoomer Interpretation
    Tom O’Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN  – I don’t actually agree with much of what Tom says, and I’ll elaborate further on that at some point [update: I forced the platform to speak to Dr Alessio Fasano after the constant misquoting of his research and work by Tom O’Bryan who has the gall to ‘certify’ people in gluten fads misquoting Fasano…and he’s not the only one.
  2. Sudden Cardiac Death and Potassium
    Dr. Jeffrey Moss – Excellent speaker, has given a number of talks at FMU already on allostatic load and the real cause behind so much chronic illness
  3. Doctor’s Data Comprehensive Stool analysis
    David Quig, PhD
  4. Understanding the Complexity of Estrogen Detoxification: How Genetics, the Liver, and the Microbiome Come Together
    Carrie Jones, ND (from Precision Analytical–The Dutch Test)
  5. The Thyroid-Adrenal connection: understanding metabolism and fatigue
    Dr. Debbie Rice, ND, MPH (from Precision Analytical–The Dutch Test)
  6. The Impact of Concussion on the Gut- Brain Axis
    Dr. Rob Silverman – always excellent presentations, so much to learn from Dr. Silverman,  I’d personally apply different protocols when it comes to solutions but his explanations of illness and deep insight into how the whole body works is truly helpful and inspiring.
  7. Bulimia/Disordered Eating
    Dr. Christina Bjorndal N.D.
  8. Cognitive Reversal
    Mary Kay Ross, MD, FACEP
  9. “Chemical Toxins, Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Microbiome Disruption – Key Factors That Every Health Practitioner Should Know About
    Dr. Kurt Woeller
  10. Supporting the Brain from Cognitive Decline to Nootropics
    Michael Jurgelewicz, DC, DACBN, DCBCN, CNS – this speaker along with some others like Robert Silverman have extra training in Functional Neurology and bring a whole other very welcome dimension to understanding how the body works so we can heal it, or allow it to heal itself.

**Speakers top of my list to watch out for are Dr. Robert Silverman and Dr. Michael Jurgelewicz, both of these have extra training in Functional Neurology too and are exceptional to listen to in terms of getting to the root cause explanation of many difficult to treat illnesses. Their solutions will vary, and I find once we understand the mechanism of what is going on then we can bring our own modalities to its solution too.

Check out FMU past presentations here.

For a bio on some of the speakers check out the FMU Board of Advisors here.


*Remember to use the voucher from this site when signing up in order to claim your $250 off the tuition. Next enrollment is the week running from April 16th-23rd. Check back or leave me your email by emailing me at contact@functionalmedicinetraining.org

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