Mapping the
Road Ahead:

Understanding Viral Challenges,
Recognizing Post-Viral Sequelae,
and Guiding Patients' Experience
with Vaccines

Presented by :  Cheryl Burdette, ND

Sponsored by :  Precision Point Diagnostics

What's included?

•  1.5 CME credit hours

What to expect

In this lecture, the ever-present problem of living in a world with SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 will be confronted. Different stages of treatment management—from prevention and active treatment to potential post-infection complications—will be discussed. Topics will include identifying what to watch for as well as treatment strategies to adopt. Special attention will be given to the immune system and the role of innate and adaptive response to viral load.

Vaccine use and development will also be examined. Understanding the new mRNA vaccine technology and mechanisms of action will be covered. Strategies for increasing the safety of vaccines as well as minimizing side effects will be explored.

Evidenced-based treatment for modern viral challenges from an integrative medicine perspective will be reviewed, including strategies to remain focused on the person during treatment and how the physiology of each patient affects clinical decision-making.
Meet the instructor

Cheryl Burdette, ND


Cheryl Burdette, ND, is the founder and president of PersonalogiX Health Academy, an educational initiative designed to increase practitioners’ knowledge of integrative medicine. She is the director of education and the naturopathic residency program at Progressive Medical Center. She is also the founder and educational director of Precision Point Diagnostics, a functional laboratory for which she designs clinical profiles and trains clinicians how to use them. Dr. Burdette is a partner in TheraDura, a physician health supplement distribution group in Germany. She serves on IRB boards, is involved in study design and translational research, and has lectured extensively internationally. Her passions are teaching the practices of integrative and naturopathic medicine and increasing the awareness of evidence-based natural therapies.