Heather Tick, MD is a renowned integrative medical professional, author and professor. Have health questions? She’s known for communicating complex health information in digestible, easy-to-understand language. Heather has helped thousands of Americans take their health into their own hands.
Our Microbiome: How We Change our Body Every Time We Eat™
What Cellular Nutrition Has to do With Chronic Pain
Strategies to Manage Auto Immune Disorders
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American College of Preventative Medicine Annual Meeting, “Integrative Pain Medicine”
Washington DC, Feb 2016.
American Academy of Pain Medicine Annual Meeting “CoreCompetencies in Integrative Pain Medicine: Workshop”
Palm Springs, CA. Feb 2016
University of Washington, School of Nursing “You change Your Body Chemistry Every Time You Eat”
Seattle, WA, Jan 2016
University of Washington, 43rd Annual Advances in Family Practice and Primary Care “IntegrativePain Management”
Seattle, Wa, Sept 2015
Usana International Convention
Utah, Aug 2015
Qualicare Home Nursing Group, Annual Meeting Keynote, “Integrative medicine in chronic Illness,”
Niagara on the Lake, June 2015
International Congress on Complementary Medicine Research “Educational Programs for a Career in Integrative Medicine”
Jeju, Korea, May 2015
Integrative Healthcare Symposium “Never Only Opioids,” John Weeks, Heather Tick and Martha Maynard,
New York, Feb 2015
Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology, Annual General Meeting, “Why is the diagnosis of muscle pain so confusing?”
NFLD, Oct, 2014
University of Washington Annual Conference for Advanced Practice Nursing “Nutrition and Pain”
Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians “Pain Management: A Cautionary Tale,”
American Academy of Pain Medicine Annual Meeting “Treating Myofascial Pain:Neuropathic Model for Directing Therapy.”
Pain Action Alliance to Implement a National Strategy (PAINS).
Washington, DC Jan, 2014
ICCCIM “Case Studies on the Outcome of Integrative Management of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Trigger Fingers,”
Washington State Medical Commission, Annual Meeting “Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Integrative Medicine and Mitigation of Risk“