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Overview

Come out and play! Chronic conditions like Mold/Biotoxin illness and Lyme Disease often cause deep damage to the internal organs and tissues. Most patients are uncertain they will ever recover their previous health and fitness. But given the right tools, the human body is designed for movement and self healing. Get ready to unlock the power of vulnerability!

Learn from two leading medical practitioners about the multi-systems effects of Chronic Lyme and Mold/Biotoxin illness and how to counteract, repair, rejuvenate and thrive the biggest ordeal you have lived through.

Feel empowered as you rediscover your strengths to live more fully and with tools to make informed decisions about a safe, healing and fulfilling workout and life regimen. Learn easy to understand protocols that work synergistically with the mind, body and spirit to reduce inflammation, foster mobility, expand lung capacity, strengthen heart health and augment circulation.

A program for anyone suffering from chronic Mold/Biotoxin illness or Lyme Disease, families and caregivers for these people.


About the Teachers

Jodie A. Dashore OTD, MS is a Board Certified Doctor of Occupational Therapy in private practice in New Jersey. Dr Dashore received her Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Bombay University, and continued to do her medical specialization in Neurology from Seth G.S. Medical College in Bombay, India. She completed her clinical Doctorate in Occupational Therapy from Rocky Mountain University in Utah in 2005 and post-doctoral research and certification in Sensory Integration from University of Southern California in 2006. She has owned and operated clinical practices in Bombay – India, London – UK and Marlboro – NJ.

Her current practice is a family practice with a full service Sensory Integration clinic dedicated to patients of all ages with Tick Borne Diseases and PANS. She is a certified homeopathic practitioner and received her certification as a holistic health practitioner. Dr. Dashore’s pioneering work has created a biofeedback enhanced sensory integration assessment and treatment protocol for children with TBDs and PANS that addresses the unique multi-sensory, neurological, orthopedic, academic, and functional needs of these children at home and at school.

Dr. Dashore is a trained Spiritual Counselor, a Yogi, and meditation leader. She has mentored with her Guru of 28 years, Sadguru Baba haran Singhji at his Ashram in Dera Beas.

 

Scott McMahon, MD, is a Board-certified pediatrician who has practiced for over 25 years in Roswell, New Mexico. His education includes a B.S. in Chemistry from Creighton University, an M.D. from Creighton University School of Medicine and completion of his Pediatric Residency at Duke University Medical Center. He founded Whole World Health Care, a practice devoted to the treatment of inflammatory illness, in 2009. He co-founded FHL Pediatrics, with Kim Hansen, CFNP, in 2014.

Dr. McMahon’s philosophy of medicine has always been to “treat each person as he would want to be treated”. Love and respect are the hallmark of his care, regardless of race, creed, gender, socioeconomic class etc. Since 1993, Dr. McMahon has had a number of life-changing spiritual encounters adding new dimensions to his understanding of the human body and the holistic practice of medicine.

Teaching has always been a love and Dr. McMahon has taught medically minded students at every level from middle school to residents. He currently trains Respiratory Therapy and Physician’s Assistant students and has also educated numerous Nurse Practitioner, ENT, Paramedic and Medical Students. He has spoken to professional societies on a number of different pediatric topics and Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS). He mentors providers around the country in the diagnosis and treatment of CIRS.

Dr. McMahon’s medical interests have been diverse. He founded and operated a pediatric asthma clinic specializing in improving the care and outcomes of his city’s worst asthmatics. He has practiced Travel Medicine for nearly 20 years. His focus has always been holistic – healing the body, soul and spirit. For the past 8 years, he has been treating adults and children from around the country for “mold illness”, a.k.a., CIRS.

Dr. McMahon has authored several CIRS articles, spoken at international meetings about CIRS, and been involved in a number of court cases as a CIRS expert witness and treating physician. He is recognized as the world’s first certified practitioner in the diagnosis and treatment of CIRS.

Outside medicine, Dr. McMahon has pastored a church, worked as a missionary, authored 2 books, a counselor, a visionary and a philosopher. He is the co-founder, with his Nigerian wife, Mary, of The Joseph Foundation Inc., and serves as the father of eight wonderful children. The latter is a non-profit organization seeking to change lives in America and overseas, by building schools, hospitals and orphanages. In addition, the Foundation seeks to empower disenfranchised people to own businesses, employing their gifts and talents in locales where there is no such opportunity. Funds from investments are then returned to ministry. Ministry supports businesses, businesses support ministry.




Schedule

Thursday
7:30 – 9:00pm: Introduction and orientation

Friday
9:00 – 10.45am
Dr. Jodie A. Dashore: Tick Borne Infections : Understanding the effects of bacterial toxins on the cardiovascular system. Plant-Based treatment and detoxification strategies to achieve safe maximum neurological and cardiovascular recovery.

11:00am – 12.30pm
Dr Scott McMahon: Mold-Based Illnesses and CIRS basics: with attention to effects on multiple body systems including respiratory and cardiovascular

12.30 – 2:00pm: Lunch and AOLRC activities

2:00 – 4:00pm
Dr Eric Hums: The Role of Exercise on Recovery: Discussion on how exercise improves the cardiovascular system. Prescribed exercise program for safe and effective cardiovascular recovery. Strengthening and stretching programs to address functional limitations during recovery.

4:00 – 5:00pm
Pvt 1 on 1 consultations with the doctors and guided Nature walk

5:00 – 7.30pm: Dinner and AOLRC activities

7.30 – 9:00pm: Kirtan, bonfire, community gatherings

Saturday
9:00 – 10.45am
Dr. Jodie A. Dashore: Mind -Body- Spirit- Consciousness: A closer look at the vital body, energy medicine, muscle testing, natural healing, and re-igniting your immune system pathways. Live demonstrations of muscle testing and bio energetic healing by Dr. Jodie A. Dashore.

11:00am – 12.30pm
Dr Scott McMahon: Holistic Medicine and Holistic treatment of CIRS to enhance respiratory and cardiovascular response time and repair.

12.30 – 2:00pm: Lunch and AOLRC activities

2:00 – 4:00pm
Dr Eric Hums: How to Breathe: Understanding how posture and breathing affect the cardiovascular system, efficiency, and anxiety/stress. Strategies to improve the use of the correct breathing muscles, proper mechanics, and reduce stress.

4:00 – 5:00pm: Pvt 1 on 1 consultations with the doctors and guided meditation.

5:00 – 7.30pm: Dinner and AOLRC activities

7.30 – 9:00pm: Kirtan, bonfire, community gatherings

Sunday
9:00 – 11:00am: Dr. Jodie A. Dashore, and Dr Scott McMahon and AOLRC staff – Detoxification, Family Constellation, muscle testing and bioenergetic healing, yoga and meditation for positive changes in VO2 max, respiratory health and stress management.

11:00am – 12:00pm: Q and A

12:00pm: Conclusion and lunch


Date & Time

Starts: Jun 14, 2018 07:30 PM

Ends: Jun 17, 2018 01:00 PM

Teacher

Jodie A. Dashore OTD | MS

Scott McMahon MD

Rate

Starting at $713

Includes room, meals & tuition