Beyond Biohacking

Parker Seminars Presents

A journey of self-improvement through intentional lifestyle changes, optimizing physical and mental well-being

Seminar Dates: February 22 - 24, 2024: 8:30am - 6:30pm
Seminar Location: Caesars Forum Event Center

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Attending classes in this track will allow you to learn all about hacking your brain to unlock cognitive freedom, the fundamentals of health, improving musculoskeletal vitality, and so much more!  

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All Access Attendee

An All Access Attendee will have full access to the seminar, including classes, the Expo Hall, the Expo Extravaganza, and the Friday Night Party.

* Continuing education credits are not included.

$349

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Beyond Biohacking Schedule

February 22nd

8:30 am
 – 9:30 am
Beyond BioHacking Strategies for Health and Longevity
CEDC
Revolutionizing Wellness: What are the True Fundamentals of Health?
Summit 212

The true fundamentals of health encompass a holistic approach to well-being, focusing on various aspects of physical, mental, and social health. Here’s a summary of these key fundamentals: Nutrition: Eating a balanced diet that includes a variety of whole foods, such as fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains, is crucial for maintaining good health. Proper nutrition provides essential nutrients and energy for the body. Physical Activity: Regular exercise and physical activity are essential for maintaining a healthy body and preventing various health conditions. Aim for a mix of cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility exercises. Sleep: Getting an adequate amount of quality sleep is essential for physical and mental health. Proper sleep supports bodily functions, enhances cognitive performance, and aids in recovery. Hydration: Staying well-hydrated is essential for various bodily functions, including digestion, circulation, and temperature regulation. Water is crucial for overall health. Mental Health: Taking care of your mental health is as important as your physical health. This includes managing stress, seeking support when needed, and practicing mindfulness and self-care. Social Connections: Building and maintaining positive relationships with friends and family can have a significant impact on your mental and emotional well-being. Social support is a key component of overall healthAvoiding Harmful Substances: Minimizing or avoiding harmful substances, such as tobacco, excessive alcohol, and illicit drugs, is crucial for long-term health. Mind-Body Balance: The mind and body are interconnected, and practices like meditation, yoga, and relaxation techniques can promote harmony between the two, reducing stress and improving overall health. Environmental Health: Reducing exposure to environmental toxins and pollutants can contribute to better health. This includes maintaining clean living spaces and minimizing exposure to harmful substances. Genetics: Understanding your genetic predispositions and family medical history can help tailor your health choices and screenings to reduce risks associated with genetic factorsDr. Le Cara will take a quick look at these factors and ways to help your patients move to a mindset of health versus just the avoidance of disease.  

10:00 am
 – 11:30 am
Keynote
Obstacle is the Way
Summit 212

In this talk, Ryan delves into the wisdom of history’s greatest figures and how they used obstacles as the steppingstones to success. From ancient philosophers to modern-day business leaders, he shares examples of how embracing the challenges that stand in our way can help us achieve our goals. He’ll show how to turn setbacks into opportunities, how to use adversity to your advantage, and how to find hidden opportunities in every obstacle. By the end of this talk, audiences will have a new perspective on the challenges they face and be equipped with practical strategies to overcome them. This talk is perfect for business leaders, entrepreneurs, and anyone looking to gain an edge in today’s competitive marketplace. It’s time to stop seeing obstacles as roadblocks and start seeing them as the path to success. 

 

1:00 pm
 – 3:00 pm
Beyond BioHacking Strategies for Health and Longevity
CEDC
The Testosterone Switch: Three Science Based Steps to Improve Musculoskeletal Health and Vitality
Summit 212

Chronic stress in otherwise healthy older men has been shown to contribute to a loss of musculoskeletal integrity, an increase in chronic aches and pain, and may contribute to imbalances in hormones within the normal range that trigger fatigue, tiredness, and loss of motivation/productivity. In this session, DC’s will learn how to direct staff and patients to mitigate the negative effects of chronic stress to improve musculoskeletal health and decrease chronic pain. This session will explore both the fundamental mechanisms of glucocorticoid signaling and provide three lifestyle improvements that can serve to positively impact musculoskeletal health. 

3:30 pm
 – 4:30 pm
Beyond BioHacking Strategies for Health and Longevity
CEDC
Myth Busters: Supplement Edition
Summit 212

The supplement industry is a multi-billion-dollar industry and is expected to grow globally by 9% per year until 2030. Targeted supplementation based on human clinical trials can be of great benefit. Still, the industry can be the Wild West regarding claims and processes by companies and influencers.

We will discuss and shed light on some of my favorite supplement myths in a classic myth busters’ style. Is there any truth to some of these myths? Come and find out with your myth-busting host, Dr. Harris.

5:00 pm
 – 6:30 pm
Keynote
CACEDC
Healing the Brain: Principles of Neuroplasticity
Summit 212

Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to change, adapt, and reorganize.  Until recent decades, we thought this ability ended in early childhood. But now we know that the brain can continually reorganize throughout our lives. Because of this, we should look for ways to keep our mind sharp and productive. Dr. Morgan will discuss the modern history of neurology and chiropractic and uncover where these histories and disciplines converge.  

In this presentation, Dr. Morgan will outline common misconceptions about aging and cognitive decline and will explore the optimization of diet and exercise regimen as well as other lifestyle adaptations that will enhance brain health.  

The clinician will be equipped to utilize this information on Monday morning to benefit their patients and provide care that will enhance the health of patients, doctors, and the practice. 

February 23rd

8:30 am
 – 9:30 am
Beyond BioHacking Strategies for Health and Longevity
CEDC
Tracking and Turning Off the Lifestyle “FLAME”
Summit 212

The primary drivers of chronic inflammation are a poor diet, lack of sleep, lack of exercise, hypocapnia, obesity, and poorly managed stressors. The severity of the inflammation can be readily tracked with uncomplicated laboratory tests, anthropometric markers, and outcome assessment tools. Selfcare methods will be outlined to improve outcomes. 

10:00 am
 – 11:30 am
Keynote
CEDC
Hacking The Brain: Unlocking Cognitive Freedom
Summit 212

In this captivating keynote talk, Nita Farahany delves into the fascinating world of cognitive liberty, exploring the dynamic interplay between neuroscience, neurofeedback, and cutting-edge brain-enhancing technologies. As a trailblazer in the field, Nita passionately advocates for the right to self-determination over our brains and mental experiences, emphasizing the importance of safeguarding individuals’ cognitive freedom. 

From brain-to-brain communication to the use of neurofeedback, drugs, and devices, she unveils the transformative potential of cognitive enhancement, empowering the audience to harness these tools to improve attention, focus, health, and well-being. Nita sheds light on the essential rights we must champion to ensure access to these advancements while safeguarding against unauthorized intrusion into the sanctity of our minds. 

 

1:00 pm
 – 3:00 pm
Beyond BioHacking Strategies for Health and Longevity
CEDC
Maximizing Muscular Development Using Blood Flow Restriction and Adaptive Resistance Exercise
Summit 212

Maintaining muscle mass and strength can have significant benefits for overall health and well-being, especially as we get older. Overcoming these barriers to weightlifting often involves education, support, and addressing personal preferences and constraints. It can be helpful to work with a qualified fitness professional, such as a personal trainer, who can design a tailored program, provide guidance, and offer motivation. Finding a form of strength training that aligns with personal goals and preferences is key to making it a sustainable and enjoyable part of one’s fitness routine. This session aims to introduce two biohacking methods that individuals can utilize to increase muscle mass and strength in less time and with less risk of injury. 

5:00 pm
 – 6:30 pm
Keynote
Never Finished
Summit 212

Can’t Hurt Me, David Goggins’ demonstrates how much-untapped ability we all have but was merely an introduction to the power of the mind. In Never Finished, Goggins takes you inside his Mental Lab, where he developed the philosophy, psychology, and strategies that enabled him to learn that what he thought was his limit was only his beginning and that the quest for greatness is unending. 

February 24th

8:30 am
 – 9:30 am
Beyond BioHacking Strategies for Health and Longevity
CEDC
The Four Pillars of Healing and Wellbeing
Summit 212

In this exciting talk, Dr. Rediger will report on 19 years of research into the lives of remarkable individuals with medical evidence for recovery from incurable medical illnesses. Through a combination of stories, science and solutions, he will demonstrate what becomes possible when we focus not just on disease management but also on the pillars of deep healing and wellbeing. The argument is that we should be studying improbable recoveries with the same vigor with which we study ultimate achievement in sports and business. This effort is particularly important given that approximately 85 percent of illnesses are lifestyle-related, including all the major killers, such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer, autoimmune illness and lung disease. Yet in traditional medicine we tragically continue to treat symptoms rather than causes, and as if they are incurable illnesses rather than the lifestyle illnesses that they are. If they are created by lifestyle, evidence suggests that they can at least to some degree by reversed by lifestyle. In this seminal talk, we will discuss the four pillars of healing and well-being as well as the power of grounded, ethical hope in the context of a science of health and a medicine of hope and possibility. 

10:00 am
 – 11:30 am
Keynote
Victory: Overcoming Adversity
Summit 212

This keynote will inspire and motivate chiropractors of all experience levels to overcome adversity and achieve their goals. Patrick Bet-David will share his own story of overcoming adversity to become a successful entrepreneur, and he will provide practical advice for chiropractors on how to grow their businesses and succeed in today’s competitive marketplace. 

1:00 pm
 – 2:00 pm
Beyond BioHacking Strategies for Health and Longevity
CEDC
Advanced Tools, Technologies, and Tactics for Maximizing Human Performance
Summit 212

This approach enables you to unravel the unique BioMolecular BluePrint and use it to engineer exact long-term solutions for athletic performance, recovery, sleep, focus, brain function, and physical health. Biomolecular tools are used to analyze what goes in your body and what comes out of your body. How you feel and perform. 

2:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Beyond BioHacking Strategies for Health and Longevity
CEDC
Age-Proof Your Brain
Summit 212

There is much more to keeping your brain in tip-top shape and lowering your risk for dementia than crossword puzzles, brain games, and Sudoku. But the statistics are staggering. Forty-seven million people have dementia worldwide, and that number is projected to double in the next 20 years. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. We—not our genes—can have control over our cognitive destiny. Significant and just-published studies point us to a compelling conclusion and powerful message: Serious mental decline is not an inevitable part of aging. Your short and long-term brain health is in your hands, and the risk of dementia can be lowered by 60% if the proper actionable steps are taken now.  

4:00 pm
 – 5:30 pm
Keynote
The Infinite Game: A Conversation with Simon Sinek
Summit 212

Simon Sinek offers a framework for leading with an infinite mindset. On one hand, none of us can resist the fleeting thrills of a promotion earned or a tournament won, yet these rewards fade quickly. In pursuit of a Just Cause, we will commit to a vision of a future world so appealing that we will build it week after week, month after month, year after year. Although we do not know the exact form this world will take, working toward it gives our work and our life meaning.  

 

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