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'The Role of the Endocannabinoid System in Treating Nervous System Disorders : A Look at Pain, Neuroprotection, Anxiety, and Epilepsy' Webinar Presented by Dr Susan Wagner

About the Webinar

The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is comprised of receptors, ligands, and enzymes that create and metabolize those ligands. The receptors are grouped into two main classes, however, many subclasses also exist. The main functions of the ECS are creating homeostasis and facilitating communication among the various body systems. This lecture will begin with a more in-depth look at the receptors and functions of the ECS, and continue with how pain and mood are modulated. We’ll then discuss the complex subject of the ECS’ role in epilepsy. Finally, literature surrounding the use of phytocannabinoids, such as CBD, will be presented.  

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  • Access to a recording of the webinar that you can view as many times as you wish
  • PDF of Slideshow Presentation
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  • Certificate of Attendance + RACE certificate upon successful completion of quiz

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  • 1 RACE Credit

Speakers

Dr Susan Wagner
DVM, MS, DACVIM
Dr. Susan Wagner is a veterinary neurologist whose pioneering work acknowledges the spiritual interaction between people and animals. She received her DVM, MS, and neurology training from The Ohio State University. Dr. Wagner is also passionate...
3 Webinars and 3 Courses

$60.00 USD

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$60.00 USD
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$48.00 USD Join Now
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$48.00 USD Join Now

Inclusions

  • Access to a recording of the webinar that you can view as many times as you wish
  • PDF of Slideshow Presentation
  • Lecture Notes
  • Certificate of Attendance + RACE certificate upon successful completion of quiz

CE Credits

  • 1 RACE Credit