EMF Conference 2019
Recognize, Evaluate and Treat
Diagnosis and Treatment: Effects of Electromagnetic Fields Exposure is a first of its kind conference to teach providers how to recognize, evaluate, and treat signs and symptoms related to exposure to wireless radiation.
Common symptoms that may be related to EMF exposure are: sleep disturbances, tinnitus, depression, memory loss, heart palpitations, arrhythmias, headaches, skin rash, nausea, cognitive impairment, restlessness and anxiety.
Complex patients with underlying infection, exposure to toxic metals and other pollutants, autoimmune disease, adult and childhood cancers, infertility, autism, and dementia may be at increasing risk for sensitivity to and injury from EMF/EMR. Expert clinicians and researchers in the field will present strategies for diagnosis and treatment of electrosensitivity and underlying conditions.
“Cells in the body react to EMFs as potentially harmful, just like to other environmental toxins, including heavy metals and toxic chemicals. The DNA in living cells recognizes electromagnetic fields at very low levels of exposure; and produces a biochemical stress response. The scientific evidence tells us that our safety standards are inadequate, and that we must protect ourselves from exposure to EMF due to power lines, cell phones and the like, or risk the known consequences. The science is very strong and we should sit up and pay attention.”
Martin Blank, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Researcher in Bioelectromagnetics; Author of the BioInitiative Report’s section on Stress Proteins.
Public Policy Panel Speakers
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“The incidence of EMR sensitivity is rapidly escalating in the population as increases in wireless radiation exposure and frequencies are rising exponentially. Non thermal effects of wireless radiation are well documented but ignored by the current FCC standards. Most of the population including conventional physicians are ignorant to these facts and are not able to recognize sensitivity to EMR.”
Stephanie McCarter MD
What to expect
Learn from global medical experts in this field who diagnose and treat EMF-related conditions.
Learn how to protect yourself and your patients from electromagnetic radiation exposure.
Learn how to diagnose and treat EMF/EMR-related problems in your complex mold, Lyme-infected, and metal toxic patients so that they can recover.
Learn in an unparalleled supportive environment with delicious and organic food in a Redwood Forest retreat center.
Earn up to 16.0 CME Credits
EMFC 2019 is the first conference of its kind in the United States dedicated to bringing the best scientific cutting edge resources to healthcare providers on wireless radiation exposures that affect the health and vitality of every person in our country.
Established global experts in this field will provide clinical guidance on how to recognize, evaluate, and treat signs and symptoms related to exposure to wireless radiation. This conference is designed to provide strategies to reverse and prevent the conditions that are threatening the viability and vitality of this and future generations.
“Sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation is the emerging health problem of the 21st century. It is imperative health practitioners, governments, schools and parents learn more about it. The human health stakes are significant”.
William Rea, MD
Founder & Director of the Environmental Health Center Dallas; Past President, American Academy of Environmental Medicine
The EMF Conference 2019 will be held at 1440 Multiversity Retreat Center in Santa Cruz County, California. Set deep in the redwood forest, the immersive experience at 1440 creates a wonderful environment for open-minded learning, connection, and inspiration.
Organic, locally sourced meals, luxury shared accommodations, wireless free options - all in a natural and beautiful setting - will provide an unparalleled learning experience.