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2015 Clinical Conference

Mitochondrial disease is a heterogeneous group of disorders characterized by impaired energy production that affects physical, cognitive, and behavioral functioning. Clinical recognition by primary care clinicians is critical to timely diagnosis and management of patients with mitochondrial disease.

Who should attend:

  • primary care physicians

  • pediatricians

  • nurse practitioners

  • nurses

  • other interested healthcare professionals

Highlights include:

  • Clinical features and “red flags” for diagnosis of mitochondrial disorders

  • Diagnostic assessment tools

  • Genomic and metabolic testing

  • Therapeutic use of dietary supplements

  • Best practices in symptom management

  • Distinctive needs of autism/Mito co-diagnoses

For more information: email, or call 888-648-6228.


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Comments from past attendees ...

“Finally, a conference on treatment of mitochondrial disease; a historic beginning!”

“One of the best conferences – great balance of basic science, practical diagnosis instruction, therapy and future! Thank you!”


"Dynamic and practical content which really changed how I treat these patients. One of the best meetings I have ever attended."

Course description: The 2015 Mitochondrial Disease Clinical Conference will offer physicians and specialists who are not mitochondrial experts an opportunity to understand more about identifying mitochondrial diseases, managing adults and children with mitochondrial disorders, and assisting patients with treatment options and coordinated care.  Expert faculty will engage participants and provide the most clinically relevant information with the intention of helping to educate healthcare providers about specific strategies for helping the mitochondrial disease patient.