Healing Hashimoto’s – Physician’s Training

Thyroid disease is rampant. People that have it are frustrated at getting poor care and being misunderstood. For me, there is nothing greater than being able to really help someone who has been suffering. People with thyroid disease are very appreciative when their health gets better. It is so satisfying to take someone that has been trying hard to figure it all out and confidently bring them back to health.

Thyroid disease has been the largest focus of my practice for over 16 years. After taking all the courses and reading all the books I could find, I continue to learn all that I can from the American Thyroid Association, the American Academy of Clinical Endocrinologists, Alternative ND’s, MD’s and DC’s.

Even with this education, my patients are often my best teachers. By realistic estimates, I’ve had over 50,000 patient visits pertaining to thyroid disease. Over the years, I’ve seen the failure of many great sounding theories. I’ve also seen some unexpected angles have amazing benefits. If nothing else, obsession does give perspective. This is what I’d like to share with you.

Imagine an ideal training event on the management of hypothyroidism. What would be the key questions, struggles and patient management techniques you’d love to learn?

In the interest of helping thyroid patients, I’d like to shorten your learning curve. I get so many questions from doctors around the world that I feel like I need to get this data out. Like you, I’m too time-starved to give the detailed answers they deserve.

You can listen to the audio and view the slides at your leisure.

I challenge you to take a minute and think about how many patients you serve that have thyroid disease. Are they all at ideal health? How much better would you feel if they were improving? How much more satisfying and rewarding would your practice be?

This is possible. Sign up now and I’ll look forward to ‘seeing’ you soon!

In Good Health,

Alan Christianson, NMD
Scottsdale, AZ


Physicians: To Receive the Pre-Recorded Audios with all the Slides – 

8 Hours CME Approved by AZNMA – 4 Pharmacy, 4 General 






Naturopathic Students: To Receive the Pre-Recorded Audios with all the Slides –$179  





Dr. Alan Christianson. Author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Thyroid Disease and Healing Hashimoto’s: A Savvy Patient’s Guide. Alumnus of SCNM’s first graduating class.

Key Topics:

  • Can patients with Hashimoto’s’ take desiccated thyroid?
  • Is it possible to reverse thyroid antibodies?
  • How do you lower reverse T3?
  • Does iodine help thyroid disease?

With 60 million American adults suffering from it, no other condition affects so many of your patients so greatly. Conventional and Alternative medicine each hold part of the solution. With Healing Hashimotos – Physicians’ Training, you can get it all.

You will learn a simple, cohesive system to diagnose and manage Hypothyroidism. The system is a unification of policies from many sources including:

  • American Thyroid Association
  • American Academy of Clinical Endocrinology
  • Broda Barnes foundation
  • American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
  • Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome

Several difficult thyroid cases are discussed during the presentation.

Content Overview:


  • Conventional shortcomings – case example
  • Alternative shortcomings – case example
  • Challenge to docs

Thyroid Basics

  • Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry

Thyroid Pathology

  • Genes
  • Toxins
  • Immune stressors
  • ATD
  • Thyroid Ca
  • Thyroiditis
  • Graves

Diagnosis of Hashimotos

  • Symptoms – Possible vs Probable
  • Thyroid exam
  • Blood findings
  • Imaging Findings

Treatment of Hashimotos

  • Goals of Tx
  • Symptoms – disease risks
  • Thyroid replacement general strategies
  • Reduction of antibodies

Achieving Thyroid Homeostasis

  • Thyroid diet
  • Minerals
  • Detox
  • Allergies
  • Infections

Thyroid Medications

  • Physiologic vs pharmacologic dosing
  • Synthetic
  • Natural
  • Free hormones peripheral metabolism

Thyroid /Hormonal Connections

  • Adrenal dysfunction
  • Estrogen dominance
  • Hypoandrogenism
  • Pregnancy
  • HRT


  • Patient management
  • Treatment algorithm

Q / A – Case Review


Physicians: To Receive the Pre-Recorded Audios with all the Slides – 

8 Hours – 4 Pharmacy, 4 General 






Naturopathic Students: To Receive the Pre-Recorded Audios with all the Slides – $179 





Praise for Healing Hashimotos

“Thanks for organizing this event! I am almost through the webinar and have already learned so much!” – Doug

“The conference was great! Dr. Christianson’s extensive knowledge on the subject is admirable.” – Sharon

“Loved the seminar! I am going to listen to it many times. I feel more confidence in treating thyroid disease with this knowledge.” – Mary

“The seminar was fantastic!  I now feel ready to see thyroid patients.” – Anonymous

“Overall, this is a great course; I learned a lot and feel more confident treating Hashimoto’s. I really enjoyed Dr. Christianson’s enthusiasm and clear communication.” – Kristen

“The conference was wonderful!! Excellent info! Please keep me posted on any other seminars.” – Karen

“Dr. Christianson’s Thyroid Conference was one of the best conferences I have “attended” (I participated via webinar). The information he presented is so useful in my day to day practice! I have shifted how I am treating my thyroid patients and many are already doing better! Finally, I feel confident in handling these patients. Solid information on dosing, appropriate labs, testing, etc! Thank you! I highly recommend this seminar for anyone struggling with helping their thyroid patients.” – Chere

“I loved your program. The information was phenomenal – Alan you are such a wealth of knowledge and I love your sense of humor and practicality.” – Robin

“I really enjoyed the workshop, I learned a lot I was able to incorporate right away. The information on lab interpretation was great. I loved the nutrient review, and demystifying some of the common misconceptions about food to avoid, or popular supplements, etc.” – Jaie

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