A Comprehensive, Integrative Approach to Neurodegenerative Disease

Treating Neurodegenerative Diseases From Diagnosis to Treatment

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Holistic and integrative strategies can bring a lot to the table in regards to treating neurological conditions


  • Risk factors for and hastening of naturopathic care
  • Optimized strategies for interventions
  • Urine and blood testing that may improve patient outcomes
  • Evidence-based diet, nutritional and botanical treatments that may improve patient outcomes

About Your Presenter

Dr. Born is a naturopathic physician, certified nutrition specialist (CNS), co-owner and medical director of Born Integrative Medicine Specialists, PLLC.  Dr. Born is the Director of Product Development, Scientific Advisor, and Editor-in-Chief of the science-based Focus Newsletter for Allergy Research Groups.  Dr. Born is also a medical wellness advisor for the International Medical Wellness Association.     

Dr. Born graduated from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA in 2010 and completed his residency at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health, its thirteen teaching clinics, with rotations at Evergreen and Harborview Medical Centers’ Emergency Medicine Departments, and Virginia Mason Hospital’s department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Spine Clinic.

He is extensively published, has appeared on KRON4 News, multiple national radio shows, and lectured as an expert for the National Psoriasis Foundation and National Arthritis Foundation.  Dr. Born lectures at medical conferences across the country and internationally.

Dr. Born’s clinical focus is utilizing integrative medicine to treat families of all ages who have complex chronic diseases, with a strong interest in difficult and refractory cases, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, autoimmune disease, allergies, endocrine, neurological, pediatric, and GI issues.

Todd Born ND

* Specific products may be mentioned during this presentation. These products are mentioned based on presenter's clinical experience and not company affiliation, and are not meant to serve as an exclusive recommendation.