Practitioner Tip of the Month – April 2019

Dr. Michael Ruscio’s Monthly – Future of Functional Medicine Review Clinical Newsletter

Practical Solutions for Practitioners

In Today’s Issue

Practitioner Question of the Month & Practice Tip

Practitioner Tip of the Month - April 2019 - practice tip

Practice Tip

Going forward I will provide these intermittently.

Some months there are no questions which require a full elaboration. Also, I only have so many tips to offer 😊

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Discussion

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10 thoughts on “Practitioner Tip of the Month – April 2019

  1. Not enough questions? Challenge accepted! 🙂

    1. Have you brought on another practitioner in your practice? Do you have any tips on on-boarding another provider or mid-level?

    2. If you were to bring someone else in, would you :
    A) train them in your methodology and have them “color within the lines” or
    B) make sure they are a philosophical fit for your practice, and give them some leeway to treat patients as they saw fit?

    3. I provide handouts for paleo diets and low fodmap diets which is helpful to patients, but I get asked for recipes and cookbooks to make this easier for patients. Do you have a “go to” paleo and low FODMAP cookbook for approachable recipes?

    4. Regarding E. Histolytica – do you have any experience regarding the need for a secondary agent targeting intraluminal cysts (paromomycin ,diiodohydroxyquin)? Necessary or overkill?

      1. Thanks!

        1. I’d be interesting in hearing you expand on this as you go through the process.

        2. I thought you would say that!

        3. That handout is wonderfully helpful!

        4. It’s regarding a 5 year old boy with FTT and who hasn’t been able to tolerate Habx so I’ve switched to pharmaceuticals. I will absolutely add in SB – great.

  2. Not enough questions? Challenge accepted! 🙂

    1. Have you brought on another practitioner in your practice? Do you have any tips on on-boarding another provider or mid-level?

    2. If you were to bring someone else in, would you :
    A) train them in your methodology and have them “color within the lines” or
    B) make sure they are a philosophical fit for your practice, and give them some leeway to treat patients as they saw fit?

    3. I provide handouts for paleo diets and low fodmap diets which is helpful to patients, but I get asked for recipes and cookbooks to make this easier for patients. Do you have a “go to” paleo and low FODMAP cookbook for approachable recipes?

    4. Regarding E. Histolytica – do you have any experience regarding the need for a secondary agent targeting intraluminal cysts (paromomycin ,diiodohydroxyquin)? Necessary or overkill?

      1. Thanks!

        1. I’d be interesting in hearing you expand on this as you go through the process.

        2. I thought you would say that!

        3. That handout is wonderfully helpful!

        4. It’s regarding a 5 year old boy with FTT and who hasn’t been able to tolerate Habx so I’ve switched to pharmaceuticals. I will absolutely add in SB – great.

  3. You wrote in the past about a subscription for those interested in the detailed protocols you use in your practice….any news?

  4. You wrote in the past about a subscription for those interested in the detailed protocols you use in your practice….any news?

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