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Book Dr Golding as a Speaker

Doctor Craige Golding is the foremost pioneer in Integrative  Anti-Aging Medical Practice. As a Specialist Physician, Anti Aging Physician and as a Chief Medical Advisor, Dr Golding has amassed a wealth of knowledge and experience in numerous fields and is a well known speaker, author and educator in topics of wellness, anti-aging, functional medicine, alternative therapies and nutrition for cancer, alternative options to the treatment of depression, anxiety, addictions and Integrative psychiatry.


One of Dr Goldings most popular courses is

Dr Golding’s Integrative Health Course.

Comprised of 13 modules Dr Goldings Integrative Health Course covers the following topics:

  • Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) which is a modification of conventional hormone replacement therapy that involves use of supplemental doses of hormones.
  • Cardiometabolic syndrome which is a combination of metabolic dysfunctions mainly characterized by insulin resistance, impaired glucose tolerance, dyslipidemia, hypertension, and central adiposity. In this module Doctor Golding covers a much bigger picture to the prevention of coronary artery disease than merely lowering cholesterol.
  • Gut health, an integrative approach covers the importance of the gastrointestinal tract’s role in the immune function, identifying the causes of dysbiosis as well as diagnosing and treating the causes of most major diseases of the GI tract and learning the key warning signs indicating that may be a factor.
  • Nutraceuticals, supplementations and brain health takes an in-depth study into the role of nutrition in maintaining optimal health, nutritional depletion caused by medications, Understand the crucial role that neurotransmitters play in the body and how they impact various organ systems and the impact of nutraceuticals on brain health. The modules objectives include: Knowing the role of nutrition in maintaining optimal health as the patient ages, Learning nutritional depletions caused by medications, Understanding the crucial role that neurotransmitters play in the body and how they impact various organ systems and the impact of nutraceuticals on brain health, Discovering the health benefits of vitamin D, Understanding the functions and applications of glyconutrients and Learning preventive strategies for breast cancer.
  • SA case studies reviews numerous case histories in anti-aging medicine and teaches how to implement these treatment modalities in everyday practice.The module covers detailed case studies on the following topics: Depression, Alzheimer Disease Risk Reduction, Male Andropause, Hypothyroidism, Management and treatment of excessive menstrual bleeding, Chronic Post Operative Neurogenic Pain, Chronic Fatigue, Type 2 diabetes, Testosterone deficiency, Insulin resistance and the metabolic syndrome, Enterohepatic reabsorption of oestrogen, Anti-Aging approach to autoimmune disease, Menopause, Osteopenia, Atherosclerosis with a Heavy Metal Toxicity Overload, Polycystic ovarian syndrome and delayed endometriosis onset, Parathyroid Adenoma, High Cholesterol due to “high normal TSH” and ADHD.
  • Herbals, phytonutrients and complementary alternative medicine also called Natural Medicine, complementary alternative medicine (CAM) involves the use of natural substances to treat and prevent disease. The module focuses on Understand the definition of complementary alternative medicine and the subdivisions thereof; Understanding of both minute dose medicine and naturopathic medicine; Grasping the principles of herbal medicine; Understanding the value of phytonutrients and what is meant by a food supplement; Knowing the doses of certain vitamins and nutraceuticals that may be dangerous; Understanding herb-drug interactions and combinations which should be used with caution; An indication of which nutraceuticals to use for certain medical conditions.
  • Integrative lab testing organizes and explains various tests that are available so as to make their use more applicable to medical education and clinical practice. Lab tests are discussed in terms of meaning of results, including actual lab results and how to interpret them, they include: 2 and 16 Urinary Estrogen Metabolites in the urine, Adrenal Hormone Profile on saliva, Amino Acid testing urine, Baseline Hormone Profiles , Baseline Plus Adrenal Hormone Profiles, CDSA (comprehensive digestive stool analysis), Comprehensive Urine Elements Profile, Organic acid/Krebs cycle investigations, Essential Fatty Acids, Female Hormone Profile, Functional Liver Detoxification Profile, Genetic Diagnostic Testing, Hair Mineral Analysis, IgG food allergy testing FAQs, IgG Food Sensitivity Profiles, Intestinal Permeability testing (lactulose/mannitol test), Melatonin Profile, Metabolic Analysis profile, MTHFR, Osteoporosis Risk Assessment NTx, Saliva vs Serum explanation, Secretory IgA testing, Iodine challenge test, Thyroid Hormone Profile and Urinary Iodine.
  • Detoxification and inflammation teaches practitioners how to detoxify the body. Detoxification is one arm of the functional and integrative medicine approach specific to combating inflammation and focusing on detoxification in an ever-increasing environmental toxic load for optimisation of health. Through this module practitioners are equipped to fully understand the following: Evidence-based approaches to detoxify patients, Phase 1 and 2 liver detoxification, Heavy metals exposure, Diagnostic tests for toxin exposure and presence in the human body, The concept of a provocation urine test, The significance of heavy metal hair analysis, Principles of both oral and iv chelation therapies, The nutrients required to support the detoxification process, The importance of inflammation in the health of patients, How to combat chronic inflammation, How to do a liver and gall bladder flush and how to do a kidney cleanse.
  • Infectious diseases covers a natural medicine approach to infectious diseases, both in terms of treatments and prevention, prebiotics, probiotics and the implications for gut health  and overall health, supplementation and natural strategies against, and management of HIV, and a natural medicine approach to viral infections and parasitic infections. Module objectives include:  Management of chronic low-grade infections- CMV, EBV, Chlamydia, Yersinia, Rickettsia, HSV, hepatitis, Lyme, helicobacter, TB, trichomonas, fungi, worms, The importance of eliminating or at least minimising intake of immunotoxins such as sugar, aspartame, alcohol, smoking, cooked fats, In those with bowel problems, the importance of eliminating by exclusion sensitivity to foods e.g. wheat/gluten, dairy products, potato etc, Far reaching significance and new understanding of the role of infections in chronic degenerative disease, Lyme disease, Yeast overgrowth and Approach to vaccination concerns.
  • Nutrigenomics studies the genome-wide influences of nutrition. In this module practitioners learn:  To understand that the genes we carry significantly impact our health and susceptibility to various diseases, How to test for low penetrance genetic mutations, To understand low-penetrance genetic variants associated with certain health conditions, To understand how to reduce expression of these genetic variants by lifestyle and nutritional intervention.
  • Integrative Psychiatry focuses on combating mental illnesses  through maintaining a balanced mood, good energy levels and sound brain connection is to be aware, present and open to new ideas, behaviours and perceptions. This module  teaches alternatives to the prescription and the over prescribing of chemical drugs to manage mental illness and includes the following objectives:  Acquire an understanding of the major neurotransmitters involvedwith mood, memory, motivation, sleep and a balanced, healthy mind,  An understanding of the combination of dietary, nutrient and activity requirements for staying “naturally high” without anxiety, stress and depression, Protocols for the use of non-addictive alternatives to SSRI’s such as Prozac and tranquilizers like valium, with no side effects, Natural nutrients to improve awareness and connection, without the side effects of drugs, Replenishing, restoring the brain depleted by stress or excessive alcohol or drug use,  Natural substances that can help escape addictions, Understand nutrients that can improve energy levels and sense of well being, Approach to weaning pharmaceuticals prescribed for mental illness and understand the nutrient depletion caused by chronic pharmaceutical use
  • Fatigue. The aim of this module is to explore the numerous causes of fatigue and incorporate an Integrative approach to manage the root causes that may be underlying. In this module practitioners learn: To Know the difference between hypothyroidism, functional hypothyroidism and functional hypometabolism, Realize the importance of optimum vit d3 and ferritin levels to ensure T3 hormone transport from cell membrane to nuclear receptor site, Differentiate between hypothyroidism and adrenal stress/fatigue, Know the factors that affect T4 to T3 conversion, Know how to manage a patient with normal tsh and t4 and t3 yet still, hypothyroid due to high reverse t3,  nderstand the nutrients and treatments of mitochondrial fatigue including ribose, magnesium, coq10 and L-carnitine, Understand the interplay of free radicals and antioxidants, Understand the integrative approach to adrenal stress with its asssociated exhaustion and burnout pictures, Know the laboratory approach to a fatigue patient and understanding an Integrative therapeutic approach to the fatigue patient.

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