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The Brain, Cerebrospinal Fluid and the Vagus Nerve Unmasked

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Fall 2021 Conference |  Wellness
Dr. Jacqueline Chan, D.O.
2 hours
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Access till 10/31/2022 after purchase.


CalChiro's Fall 2021 Conference presents "The Brain, Cerebrospinal Fluid and the Vagus Nerve Unmasked" with speaker Dr. Jacqueline Chan. 

Dr. Chan would like to share innovative strategies to maintain mental clarity and enhance cognitive performance as we age. These practices have been proven to diminish the chances of dementia by up to 20 years. The steps we take to nourish the health of our brains also create longevity for our whole body.

In This Session:

  • Our brain is not fixed or static, we can remold our brain throughout our life because of it’s properties of neuroplasticity. There are certain brain and physical exercises that can enhance our memory and mood as we age.

  • Key nutraceutical supplements can decrease our levels of anxiety, depression, attention deficit disorder and inflammation. Specific herbal plant medicines are able to increase the density of synapses in our brain, making us more “intelligent”. 

  • The gut/brain axis and the glymphatics are two recent unique discoveries of the brain’s anatomy. These aspects of the brain further implicate the importance of a healthy diet and sleep





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What happens when a holistic healer becomes an Integrative Medical doctor?


"To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease."

Jacqueline Chan’s spiritual journey and her interest in health and healing both began early in life, and they are inseparable in her practice of Integrative Medicine.

“Health means more than the absence of dis-ease. Optimal health includes operating out of the highest expression of our soul’s purpose. 

“I experience healing in a hands-on way––quite literally. I was drawn to Osteopathic Medicine because its holistic and individualized approach supports integrative methodologies as well as a spiritual view of health. Osteopaths receive the same full medical training of an M.D., with additional training in musculoskeletal manipulation and in a whole-person approach to consultation, diagnosis, and practice. 

“The body intuitively wants to heal itself. My primary method is Orthomolecular Medicine, which prevents and treats disease by providing optimal nutrients natural to the body, such as vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. I support the body’s biochemical processes and identify other issues such as toxin build-up in the body, stress, and hormonal imbalances.  I create integrative protocols to correct these impediments, and often optimize the body through osteopathic and cranialsacral adjustments. Patients report dramatic results from this comprehensive biochemical and energetic healing approach.

“I have had much success treating women’s hormonal health issues, chronic fatigue, environmental toxicity, and mood disorders. I help my patients find their health.”

Jacqueline Chan, D.O., has ten years experience as an integrative medical doctor and is a member of the prestigious Integrative Medical Group, CLEAR Center of Health, in Marin County. Dr. Chan is Board Certified in Family Practice, Holistic Medicine, and Neuromuscular and Skeletal Medicine. She is a member of American College for the Advancement of Medicine, American Holistic Medical Association, American Academy of Osteopathy, the Cranial Academy, and the American Osteopathic Association.

Her specialties

  • Women’s health
  • Bio Identical Hormone Balancing
  • Longevity Medicine
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Detoxification
  • Mood disorders
  • Osteopathic manipulation



Overall:      4.7

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