Although “The Fire Inside” may have been extinguished, the glow of knowledge and inspiration continues to radiate long after the conclusion of our highly successful 31st Annual Spring Congress. Held at the luxurious Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, between May 18-20, this three-day event brought together over 2,000 innovative health professionals to explore the latest advancements in inflammation research and anti-aging medicine.
A must-attend event for physicians, allied health practitioners, and industry stakeholders, the Spring Congress featured a jam-packed schedule of captivating educational sessions, interactive workshops, networking opportunities, and more. The atmosphere at the convention center was electric as the brightest minds in the field exchanged ideas, pushed the boundaries of knowledge, and fostered lasting connections.
In case you missed it or would like to revisit last weekend’s experience, we have recapped some of the main highlights of the unforgettable event below.
The highly anticipated 31st Annual Spring Congress: The Fire Inside: Inflammation: The Common Pathway to Disease kicks off on Friday, May 19th promising a game-changing weekend of advanced education and practice transformation. This year’s signature event gathers some of the medical world’s brightest minds and most influential voices to spotlight one of the greatest threats to public health: inflammation. The Congress will empower attendees to unlock their full potential and become much-needed catalysts for revolutionizing healthcare by offering a platform to explore cutting-edge practical insights, innovative clinical strategies, and the latest advancements in functional medicine. Read on to find out what the 31st Annual Spring Congress has in store for you.
Systemic inflammation, often called chronic low-grade inflammation, can persist for long periods without apparent symptoms making it difficult to identify and manage. Common signs of inflammation, such as fatigue, gastrointestinal disorders, skin changes, and cognitive issues, may often be mistaken for other conditions leaving many patients without a precise diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
Chronic systemic inflammation contributes to the vast majority of chronic health conditions, including autoimmune diseases, type 2 diabetes, hormone imbalances, and other serious health issues. As awareness of its role in disease pathogenesis grows, an expanding body of research furthers our understanding of the numerous and intricate connections between inflammation and aspects of health.