Monmouth, NJ 9/13/14

Fundamentals of Diagnosis and Treatment of Lyme and Co-infections

A Course for Medical Professionals- ILADS Monmouth 2014

This intensive half day course will provide the health care professional with the skills needed to diagnose early and late stage Lyme and associated co-infections. Practitioners will learn testing and treatment options, with particular attention to neurological, cognitive and neuropsychiatric issues.

Nationally known speakers, Robert Bransfield MD. and Joseph Burrascano Jr. MD. will base their presentations on extensive experience treating TBD and the expanding research in peer reviewed medical journals.

Based on a grant from the John Drulle Memorial Lyme Fund, medical residents and interns may attend at a reduced rate.

http://www.johndrullelymefund.org/

This course is approved for 3.5 AMA/ PRA CME credits for which physician assistants may claim credit, and has recieved approval for 3.5 CEUs from the New Jersey Board of Physical Therapy .

Monmouth University , Long Branch, NJ

Sept, 13, 2014

7:45 am- 1:00 pm

To register or for more information go to: http://www.ilads.org/