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Dr. Tom O'Bryan

Dr. Tom O’Bryan is a nationally recognized speaker and workshop leader specializing in celiac disease & gluten intolerance, and a clinician par excellence in treating chronic disease and metabolic disorders from a Functional Medicine perspective. His expertise in finding the root cause of the malady or syndrome sets him apart. And once diagnosed, Dr. O’Bryan is skilled at co-creating a plan with the patient for restoring health and vitality in adults, children and elders. A graduate of the University of Michigan and the National College of Chiropractic, Dr. O’Bryan is a Diplomate of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, a Diplomate of the American board of Clinical Nutrition, and a Certified Clinical Nutritionist with the International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists. He is a Certified Applied Kinesiologist. He is a Certified Practitioner in Functional Biomechanics from the Motion Palpation Institute. He is a member of the Institute of Functional Medicine, the International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists, the American Chiropractic Association, and numerous other professional organizations. Dr. O’Bryan is a practicing graduate of the Institute For Functional Medicine’s hallmark program Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice. He was recently selected as one of 5 nationally recognized presenters on 21st Century Endocrinology: Thyroid and Adrenals as Sentinal Organs for his presentation on the widening web of celiac disease and thyroid dysfunction at the 2007 International Symposium for Functional Medicine. Dr. O’Bryan has been a visiting Instructor at Northeastern Illinois University where he taught Applied Nutrition For Health and Performance. He is a Visiting Instructor at the National University of Life Sciences. He is the Vice-President of the Illinois Chapter of the International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists. He is listed in ‘Who’s Who In International Medicine and the International Directory of Distinguished Leadership For Excellence in Education’. He is a triathalete and a second-degree black belt in Aikido. Awarded Chiropractor of The Year (1988) in Chicago, Dr. O’Bryan is the Past President of the Chicago Chiropractic Society and a past Director of the Illinois Chiropractic Society

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Dr. Thomas O'Bryan

The world’s most prominent scientists, researchers, healthcare practitioners, leaders and opinion-leaders have so much knowledge to share.  Yet, many of them do not get the platform, the opportunity to share with the world. How can we move the conversation forward now - by years- on the topic of gluten related disorders, with and without celiac disease?



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Question:  Do I have to re-introduce gluten in order to have an accurate gluten sensitivity test done?  Answer: Yes and No.  If a person knows they are sensitive to gluten and have gone on a
 gluten-free diet, and want to know if they can have gluten again, then a challenge is in order (reintroduce gluten).

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