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					John Earl Hahn                                              Curriculum Vitae




NAME                                                  John Earl Hahn

PLACE OF BIRTH                                        Lowell, Massachusetts

CURRENT OFFICE ADDRESS                                John E. Hahn, D.P.M., N.D.
                                                      9370 SW Greenburg Road
                                                      Suite 102
                                                      Portland, OR 97223
                                                      (503) 245-2417
                                                      jmhahn2@comcast.net

CURRENT HOME ADDRESS                                  6249 SE Platt Ave.
                                                      Portland, Oregon, 97236
                                                      (503) 465-6951 (home)
                                                      (503) 971-2521 (cell)


                               EDUCATION


PREMEDICAL

          American River College
          Awarded Associate of Arts Degree in
          Mathematics and Physical Science,1966
          Sacramento, California

          Sacramento State University
          Sacramento, California


MEDICAL

          California College of Podiatric Medicine
          Bachelor of Science Degree, 1968
          Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree, 1971
          San Francisco, California

          National College of Naturopathic Medicine
          Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine,1992
          Portland, Oregon




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                                    RESIDENCY

Rotating Podiatric Medical-Surgical Residency from 1971 to 1972 at the California
Podiatry Hospital, San Francisco, California.

This program involved rotations at the University of California Medical School at San
Francisco, Pacific Medical Center and the Veteran’s Administration Hospital located in
San Francisco, California.

                                     LICENSING

                                Registered Podiatrist
                                   State of Oregon
                                    1971 to present
                                Registration # DP00015

                          Certificate to Practice Podiatry
                                 State of California
                         November 30, 1971 currently inactive
                                 Registration #1479

                             License to Practice Podiatry
                                    State of Alaska
                            January 2003, currently inactive

                            Podiatric Physician & Surgeon
                                  State of Washington
                           July 25, 1991 to currently inactive
                                   Registration #468

                          Naturopathic Physicians License
                                  State of Oregon
                         September 16, 1993 to present Active
                                 Registration #793

                                 State of Washington
                               1993 to currently inactive

                                BOARD CERTIFIED

                        American Board of Podiatric Surgery
                                 August 12, 1978

           American Board of Podiatric Surgery Recertified in 1992, 2006



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                 MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

                        American Podiatric Medical Association

                          Oregon Podiatric Medical Association
               Past President of the Oregon Podiatric Medical Association

                       Phi Delta National Podiatry Honor Society

           Past Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

         Past Associate of the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine

                     Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians

                      PREVIOUS CONSULTING POSITIONS

Developmental Consultant on six-month contract to Kaiser Health Center West, April to
November 1985. Initiated the development of the Podiatry Service at Health Center
West. Developed an outpatient clinic surgery for selected foot cases for Kaiser
Permanente, Portland, Oregon.

Initiated first Podiatric Surgical Residency in Oregon at Medical Center Hospital. Served
as Residency Director in 1978 and 1988-1989, Portland, Oregon.

Visiting Consultant in Podiatry to the Endocrinology Clinic at the University of Oregon
Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon.

Staff Consultant in Podiatry in the Endocrinology Clinic at the Veterans’ Administration
Hospital, Portland, Oregon.

Past member of the Medical Review Committee of Portland Metro Health (an H.M.O.),
Portland, Oregon.

                      CURRENT CONSULTING POSITIONS

                     Medical Advisory Board Journal of Longevity
                 Podiatry Consultant for Integrative Therapeutics Inc.
              Technical Advisory Service for Attorneys/Medical Expert
                   Medical Consultants Network, Portland, Oregon
                                Abeton IME Consultant
                        Consultant for Cryosurgical Concepts
   Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Integrative Medicine, New York
             College of Podiatric Medicine, May 31, 2007-June 30, 2009



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                     PREVIOUS HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS

                                  Podiatry Staff
                               Meridian Park Hospital
                                 Tualatin, Oregon

                                    Podiatry Staff
                        St. Vincent Hospital & Medical Center
                                  Portland, Oregon

                                    Podiatry Staff
                        St. Charles Hospital & Medical Center
                                    Bend, Oregon

                                  Podiatry Staff
                        Central Oregon Community Hospital
                                 Redmond, Oregon

                     CURRENT HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS
                                Podiatry Staff
                        Gresham Station Surgical Center
                               Gresham, Oregon
                        Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital
                               Portland Oregon

                    DESCRIPTION OF PRIVATE PRACTICE

  •   Private practice in Oregon since 1972 with special interest in Podiatric Surgery
      and Podiatric Sports Biomechanics.
  •   Defense analysis and expert witness testimony for various liability insurance
      carriers and defense law firms in the area of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery.
  •   Private Naturopathic practice in Oregon since 1993—Naturopathic Family
      Practice, combined with Podiatric Medicine and Surgery.
  •   Independent Medical Examinations for both Podiatry and Naturopathy.
  •   Adjunct Instructor at Pioneer Pacific College. 09/2004, Health Education
      Administration, Medical Law and Ethics, and Patient Communications
  •   Adjunct Instructor at Clackamas Community College. 06/2005 Phlebotomy
      Instructor.
  •   Vein Therapy by Aesthetic Medicine, Tigard Oregon, performing sclerotherapy
      and radio frequency therapy for varicose and spider veins.




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         LECTURES IN PODIATRIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY

                         OSPA Annual Spring CME
                                 April 4-5, 1986
                       Kaiser Town Hall Education Center
                        3425 North Kaiser Center Drive
                                Portland, Oregon

  Twenty-third Annual Family Practice Seminar of Providence Medical Center
                              October 21, 1983

                   Legacy Lecture Series—Good Samaritan Hospital
                      Bend, Oregon. Living with Diabetes
                             September 13, 1994

                        Northwest Podiatric Foundation
                                  Kona, Hawaii
                 Alternative Therapy for Chronic Pain Syndromes
                                October 25, 1995

            2003 Oregon Podiatric Medical Association Fall Seminar
                                Gleneden Beach, OR
   Alternative Therapy for Vascular Disease and Wound Healing and Workshops
      on IV setups for the treatment of Vascular Disease as it affects the Foot.
                                November 7-8, 2003

                   2005 Western Podiatric Medical Congress
             Nutriceutical Treatment for Common Podiatric Conditions
                                   June 11, 2005
                                Anaheim California
                           24th Annual Hawaii Seminar
              Evidenced Based Nutriceuticals for Chronic Joint Pain/
              Peripheral Neuropathy& Diabetes : Nutritional Options
                                October, 17-21, 2005
                               Hyatt Resort ,Maui, HI
                   Twenty First Annual No Nonsense Seminar
                                Independence, Ohio
                     Alternative Pain Management Therapies
                                  March 12, 2006
                American Academy of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
        Intravenous Therapies for Diabetic Peripheral Vascular Disease
                         May 18, 2007, San Antonio, Texas
           2007 Geriatric Education Conference, October 20-21, 2007
   Stern Auditorium, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, New York




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   Non-corticosteroid Injectables, Sponsored by New York College of Podiatric
                                     Medicine
The Annual No-Nonsense Seminar XXIII March 14, 2008 through Sunday, March
      16, 2008, Independence Ohio. Lecture given said they March 16, 2008
 "Homeopathic Injection Techniques for Common Foot Conditions" lecture given
   Friday, March 14, 2008 "Radiowave Therapy for Common Skin Lesions and
                              Surgical Procedures”
  "Radiowave Therapy for Common Skin Lesions for the Podiatrist" given at the
"Southern Exposure" Meeting of the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, April 30,
                                      2008
             "Alternative Injection Therapies for Pain Management"
 Texas Podiatric Medical Association, September 12-14, 2008 Embassy Suites and
                         Convention Center Frisco Texas

                    The Annual No-Nonsense Seminar XXIV
                         March 13th through 15th, 2009
                         Independence /Cleveland, Ohio
            Homeopathic Injections for Common Podiatric Pathologies
  Alternative Therapies for Chronic Pain Management to the Lower Extremities
                  Radiowave Technology in Podiatric Surgery
                Recognition of Illicit Drug Used by Your Patients

                              Midwestern University
 Nutraceuticals and Alternative Therapies for the Treatment of Chronic Foot Pain
                         May 9, 2009, Glendale, Arizona


                    LECTURES IN NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE

               Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians
                      Benson Hotel, Portland, Oregon
           NSAID Compared to Natural Anti-inflammatories, Dec.3, 1994


                St. Charles Health Forum “Alterative Medicine”
                            St. Charles Medical Center
               2500 NE Neff Road, Bend, Oregon November 6, 1995

                            43rd Annual Northwest
                      Naturopathic Physicians Association
                    Sea-Tac Marriott Hotel Seattle, Washington
                       Advanced Radiowave Sclerotherapy
                               May 21-23, 1999




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                        Central Oregon Dental Association
                       Eagle Crest Resort, Redmond, Oregon
               Botanical Alternative to Common Pharmaceutical Drugs
                                     June 4, 1999
                                 th
                               45 Annual Northwest
                       Naturopathic Physicians Convention
                                Tacoma, Washington
                                  Thyroid Disorders
                                  May 11-13, 2001
                       Western States Chiropractic College
                                   Portland, Oregon
                     Minor Surgery/ Clinical Proctology Seminar
                                   July 24-25, 2004
   Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians/ American Academy of Pain
                                    Management
                         December 3, 2006, Portland, Oregon
         Nutriceutical and Homeopathics for Chronic pain Management
             British Columbia Association of Naturopathic Physicians
                    Vancouver British Columbia, October 6, 2007
  "Cryosurgical Techniques for the Removal of Benign Skin Lesions, High Frequency
     Radiowave Surgical Techniques” and "Homeopathic Injections Techniques"
           53rd annual Northwest Naturopathic Physicians Convention
                      April 24-20 6, 2009 Seattle, Washington
     Cryotherapy and Radiowave Therapy for Common Benign Skin Lesions


                   MEMBERSHIP PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

                         The Academy of Ambulatory Foot Surgery
                                 October 31, 1984
    American College for Advancement in Medicine November 2003

                 FELLOWSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

     Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons -January 1994


                        PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

Appointed in September of 1986 to the position of Podiatry Advisory Member to the
Board of Trustees of the Physician Association of Clackamas County.

Mediator-Arbitrator for the various disputes handled by the Christian Conciliation
Service of Portland/Vancouver, P.O. Box 9070, Portland, Oregon



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Served six years as a member of the Podiatry Advisory Committee of the State Board of
Medical Examiners, state of Oregon, End of term-July 1984.

Member of The American College for Advancement in Medicine, March 15, 2001.

Appointed by direct commission to the United States Army Reserve, August 7, 1986.
Honorable discharge August 12, 1994.

Served as a member of the Board of Directors for Gresham Station Surgical Center,
Gresham, Oregon from 2004 -2005.

                                  PUBLICATIONS

   •   Article published In the Journal of Foot Surgery titled, “Os Talus Secondarius-A
       Case Report”.
   •   Contributor to the Compendium of Podiatric Biomechanics by Dr. T.E. Sgarlato,
       1971-first edition.
   •   Authored “Office Systems Manual for the Health Professional”, 1988.
   •   Past Columnist for the Sagebrush News newspaper, “For Your Health” Column,
       Redmond, Oregon.
   •   A Definitive Guide for Therapeutic Infections published 1996 for OANP
   •   Contributor to the book “Amazing Antidotes” by Marsha Holman, 2004; pgs.
       152-157 “Cold Hands and Feet. No More Raynaud’s”
   •   Authored Medical articles for The Journal of Longevity, Medical Research
       Review in Preventive Medicine Fields.
        ♦ Prescription Diuretics Linked to Fatal Kidney Damage-Journal of
             Longevity, 1998 Vol. 4/ No. 9.
        ♦ Colon Problems-Hidden Risks Threaten Your Life-Journal of Longevity,
               1998 Vol. 4/ No.
               Scientists Concerned Over Nerve Damage Caused by Blood Sugar
               Imbalances-Journal of Longevity, 1999 Vol. 5/ No. 12.
        ♦ Two Breakthroughs Open Door to Prime Causes of Premature Aging-
             Journal of Longevity, 2001 Vol. 7/ No. 7.
        ♦ How to Overcome Bone/Joint Problems-Journal of Longevity, 2001 Vol. 7/
             No. 4.
        ♦ Alternative and Complementary Diabetic Care-Nov/Dec 2002
        ♦ Alternative, Complementary Therapies for Diabetes-Podiatry Today-March
             2003
        ♦ Economy-Class Syndrome Stalks People Who Sit for Long Periods-Journal
             of Longevity, 2002, Vol. 6/No. 12.
        ♦ Trio of Nutrients Key to Foot Circulation Problems-Journal of Longevity,
             2002 Vol. 8/ No.10.
        ♦ Understanding the Link Between Nutrition and Wound Healing-Jan 2003,
             Podiatry Today January 2003.



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      What the Podiatrist Must Know About Nutriceutical Drug Interactions.
      April/May 2003 Podiatry Management. Journal Vol 22/No. 4.
      ♦ How to Effectively Manage Your Patients Wounds-Round Table-June/July
         2003 Podiatry Management. Journal
      ♦ Foot Problems, A Sign of Other Health Issues-Journal of Longevity, 2003-
         Vol. 9/No. 5.
      ♦ Hidden Causes of Water Retention-Journal of Longevity, 2003 Vol. 9/No.1
      ♦ How to Help Reduce Blood Sugar Fluctuations-Journal of Longevity, 2003,
         Issue # 102.
      ♦ Study Sheds New Light on Foot Care and Circulation-Journal of Longevity,
         2003 Vol. 9/No. 11.
      ♦ The Glucose Test-What it Reveals About the Blood-Journal of Longevity,
         2003 Vol. 9/No. 11.
      ♦ How the Chinese Support Healthy Breathing-Journal of Longevity, 2004,
         Vol. 10/No. 1
      ♦ How to Detect Illicit Drug Use in Your Patient - Podiatry Management,
         March 2004 Vol. 23 page 155.
      ♦ Feet: Mirrors of Health-Journal of Longevity, 2004, Vol. 10/ No. 3 MP
      ♦ Battling Seasonal Breathing Obstacles-Journal of Longevity, 2004,
           Vol. 10/ No. 6
      ♦ New Enemy-Invisible Threat to Arteries-Journal of Longevity, 2004,
           Vol. 10/ No. 10
      ♦ Nutrient-Starved Feet New Challenge as We Age-Journal of Longevity,
         2004 Vol. 10/ No. 11
      ♦ Alternative Therapies For Chronic Pain-Arthritis Practitioner July/August
         2005,15-19
      ♦ Exploring Alternative Therapies for Chronic Pain- Podiatry Today, August
         2005;83-90
      ♦ Integrative Therapies for Chronic Pain and Inflammation Management,
         Integrative Medicine A Clinicians Journal, October/November 2005, vol. 4,
         No.5, pages 20 through 25.
      ♦ Free Radicals vs The Heart- Journal of Longevity,Vol.11/No.11:2005pp24-
         26
      ♦ A Guide to Nutritional Supplements For Patients with Diabetes, Podiatry
         Today, March 2006, pp.74-79
      ♦ Functional Laboratory Testing for Naturopathic Physicians, July 2006, Vol.
         1,No.7
      ♦ Advances In Functional Lab Test, Podiatry Today , August 2006
      ♦ Naturopathic Protocols for Podiatric Procedures, March 2007, volume 3
         issue three. Naturopathic Doctors News and Review
      ♦ How to Detect Illicit Drug Use in Your Patients, April 2007 Naturopathy
         Digest, volume 2, #4.
      ♦ Homeopathic Injection and Oral Therapies for Pain Management, Podiatry
         Management, June/July 2008 page 229 through 233


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John Earl Hahn                                                 Curriculum Vitae


                    CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

    American College of Foot Surgeons-Western Division Seminar, 1973, Hilton
    Hotel, San Francisco, California.
    Waldo General Hospital Annual Podiatric Surgical Seminar, 1973, Seattle,
    Washington.
  ♦ Four Corners Podiatry Seminar on Current Concepts in Podiatric Medicine and
    Foot Surgery, 1973, Denver, Colorado.
  ♦ In the Contributor to Compendium of Podiatric Biomechanics by Dr. Sgarlato,
    1971 Edition.
  ♦ Oregon Podiatry Association Seminar, 1974, Cottage Grove, Oregon

  ♦ Chicago Northlake Seminar, 1974, Chicago, Illinois.

  ♦ Region 7 Surgical Seminar, 1975, Portland, Oregon.

  ♦ American Podiatry National Surgical Seminar, 1975, Sunriver, Oregon.

  ♦ American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (Exam February 3-4, 1976).
  ♦ American College of Foot Surgeons-Western Division Seminar, 1976, Portland,
    Oregon.
  ♦ The American College of Orthopedic Surgeons, 1976, Sacramento, California.

  ♦ Waldo Surgical Seminar, Waldo General Hospital, 1976, Seattle, Washington.

  ♦ Four Corners Podiatry Seminar, 1977, Denver, Colorado.

  ♦ Northlake Seminar, 1977, 19 credit hours, Chicago, Illinois.

  ♦ Western Podiatry Congress-California Podiatry Association, May 26-28, 1978,
    Anaheim, California.

  ♦ American Podiatry Association-66th Annual Meeting, August 10-15, 1978,
    Portland, Oregon.

  ♦ Waldo Surgical Seminar-Waldo General Hospital, December 9-10, 1978, Seattle,
    Washington.

  ♦ Annual Oregon Podiatry Surgical Seminar, September 29-30, 1979, Portland,
    Oregon.
  ♦ Valley Podiatry Association Seminar, November 30-December 2, 1979, San
    Francisco, California.
  ♦ Emanuel Hospital, “Selected Office Orthopedic Problem”, January 9, 1980,
    Portland, Oregon.


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      Emanuel Hospital, Medical Outreach Program, January 9. 1980, Seattle,
      Washington.
  ♦   Podiatric Medicine and Surgery-Postgraduate course, September 26-28, 1980,
      Bend, Oregon.
  ♦   Region 7 International Meeting, May 7-9, 1981, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦   Annual Scientific Meeting, American Podiatry Association, August 22-25, 1981,
      San Francisco, California.
  ♦   Waldo Surgical Seminar, Battelle Research Center, April 16-18, 1983, Seattle,
      Washington.
  ♦   Western Podiatry Congress Scientific Seminar, May 28-June 2, 1982, Honolulu
      and Maui, Hawaii.
  ♦   Oregon Podiatry Association, postgraduate course in Podiatric Medicine and
      Surgery, September 24-26, 1982.
  ♦   California College of Podiatric Medicine, Clinical Pharmacology, December 11,
      1982.
  ♦   California College of Podiatric Medicine, Bone Health Fixation Techniques, Joint
      Fusion, June 18, 1983.
  ♦   California College of Podiatric Medicine, Foot Implants, September 24, 1983.
  ♦   Oregon Podiatry Association-postgraduate course in Podiatric Medicine and
      Surgery, March 11-13, 1983.
  ♦   Meridian Park Hospital, General Staff Meeting, January, February, March,
      September and October, 1983.
  ♦   Meridian Park Hospital CPR Re-certification, December 5, 1983.
  ♦   Oregon Podiatry Association, Medicine, Surgery and CPR, March 30-31, 1984.
  ♦   Oregon Podiatry Association-postgraduate course in Podiatric Medicine and
      Surgery, September 14-16, 1984.
  ♦   Medical Center Hospital, ASIF Bone Fixation Seminar, October 12-14, 1984,
      Portland, Oregon.
  ♦   Oregon Podiatric Association-postgraduate course in Podiatric Medicine and
      Surgery, September 27-28, 1985.
  ♦   Meridian Park Hospital, CPR Re-certification, November 20, 1985, Washington.
  ♦   Northwest Podiatric Foundation, October 18, 1986, Maui, Hawaii
  ♦   Risk Management Series Seminar, “The Business of Podiatry”, November 8,
      1987.
  ♦   Doctors Hospital Podiatric Education and Research Institute-postgraduate course
      in Hallux Valgus and related Forefoot surgery, November 12-15, 1987, Orlando,
      Florida.
  ♦   American Podiatric Medical Association International Region 7, Annual Clinical
      Conference of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, July 13-15, 1990, Calgary
      Alberta.
  ♦   “Athlete’s Foot: Evolving Concepts in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Pedal
      Infection, A New Look at an Old Problem”, September 15, 1990.
  ♦   Northwest Podiatry Foundation, “Digital Procedures Diagnosis and Treatment”,
      September 11, 1990, Seattle, Washington


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  ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association-postgraduate course in Podiatric Medicine
    and Surgery, 6.5 hours, November 17, 1990, Portland, Oregon
  ♦ The International Society of Homotoxicology and Antihomotoxic Homeopathy
    and Homotoxicology, Roundtable, March 20, 1991, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ Oregon Podiatry Medical Association-postgraduate course in Podiatric Medicine
    and Surgery, 5.5 hours, April 6, 1991, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ Legacy Health System-Update-Therapy of Common Pneumonias, 1 hour,
    Category I, May 23, 1991, Holiday Park Hospital, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ Northwest Podiatric Foundation, 6.5 hours, CME, May 25, 1991, Fifth Avenue
    Hospital, Seattle, Washington
  ♦ American Heart Association of Oregon, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Course.
    Level B, June 19, 1991, Meridian Park Hospital, Tualatin, Oregon.
  ♦ Legacy Health Systems-AIDS Program, 4 hours, July 25, 1991, Portland, Oregon
  ♦ Legacy Health Systems-4th Annual Cardiology Escape, 4 hours Category I,
    September 14-15, 1991, Sunriver, Oregon.
  ♦ Oregon Podiatry Association, 7 hours, October 26, 1991, Holiday Park Medical
    Center, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ OUM Group0Risk Management Series, “Coping in the 90’s”, 4 hours, November
    24, 1991, Bellevue, Washington.
  ♦ Legacy Health Systems-“Modern Management of Low Back Pain”, 3 hours,
    February 3, 1992, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ The International Society of Homotoxicology and Antihomotoxic Therapy,
    Homeopathy and Homotoxicology Roundtable, 3 hours, March 9, 1992, Portland,
    Oregon.
  ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association, postgraduate course in Podiatric Medicine
    and Surgery, 9 hours, March 14, 1992, Eugene, Oregon.
  ♦ Legacy Health Systems-“Common Foot Problems”, 1 hour, March 18, 1992,
    Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ Washington State Podiatric Medical Association, Annual Spring Scientific
    Seminar, 12 hours, March 27-29, 1992, Spokane, Washington.
  ♦ Legacy Health Systems-“Care and Treatment of Foot and Ankle Problems for the
    Primary Care Physician”, 3 hours, September 12, 1992, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ Legacy Health Systems-“Fifth Annual Cardiology Diabetes Escape”, 4 hours,
    September 19, 1992, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ Northwest Podiatric Foundation, “Tenth Annual Hawaii Surgical Seminar”, 20
    hours, October 12-16, 1992, Kona, Hawaii.
  ♦ Legacy Health Systems-“Orthopedic Problems in Children and Adolescents: For
    the Primary Care Physician”, 3 hours, February 6, 1993, Portland, Oregon
  ♦ Legacy Health Systems-“Foot Trauma: Ankle Fractures, Trauma and Talar Dome
    Lesions”, 1 hour, March 4, 1993, Oregon
  ♦ “Saturday Session: Update on Pain Management for the Primary Care Physician”,
    4 hours, March 6, 1993, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ Legacy Health Systems- “ Identifying and Treating Chemically Dependent
    Patients, 1 hour April 20, 1993, Portland, Oregon


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  ♦
  ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association Rose Festival Surgical Seminar, 18.5
    hours, June 10-12, 1993, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ Innovations in the Management of Community Acquired Infections, 4.0 credit
    hours in Category I of Physicians Recognition Award of the A.M.A., October 9,
    1993, Skamania, Washington.
  ♦ Florida Podiatric Medical Association Science and Management Symposium,
    CME 22 hours, January 13-16, 1994, Orlando, Florida.
  ♦ “Allergy Testing: Uses and Limitations”, Kevin Kral, M.D., February 18, 1994, 1
    hour, St. Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.
  ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association Inn At The Mountain & Surgery Seminar,
    13.75 hours, March 18-20, 1994.
  ♦ Region 7 Podiatric Medical Association Edgewater Hotel, 14.75 hours, June 9-11,
    1994, Seattle, Washington.
  ♦ 1994 Northwest Naturopathic Physicians Convention, 18 hours, Red Lion, Lloyd
    Center, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ St. Charles Medical Center-Panic Disorder, 1 hour, Bend, Oregon, 1994.
  ♦ Therapeutic Injections of Vitamins and Minerals Communications Medicus, 2
    hours, August 1994.
  ♦ Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians, Pharmacology of NSAID and
    Injections Therapy 3 hours, Benson Hotel, December 3, 1994, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ Managing Early HIV Infections, AHCPR< Clinical Practice Guideline and
    Coronary Health Disease in Women; There is a Difference, 2 hours, St. Charles
    Medical Center, December 1994, Bend, Oregon.
  ♦ Communication Medicus-“Phytosynergistic Prescribing of Botanical Medicine:
    Optimizing Your Clinical Success”, February 11, 1995, Portland, Oregon.
  ♦ Legacy Health Systems-“History and Physical for the Podiatrist”, 14 credit hours,
    Category 1 credit, Physician’s Recognition Award of the American Medical
    Association, February 18-19, 1995.
    Oregon Podiatric Medical Association Spring Meeting, March 31-April 1,
    1995, 15 hours granted
    Women’s Health Care, 2nd Annual Conference, 7 hours, April 30, 1995.
    Central Oregon Wellness Symposium, 4.5 hours, May 6, 1995, Bend, Oregon
    Legacy Portland Hospitals-“CPR Renewal and Defibrillation Training”, 3 hours,
    August 18, 1995.
    Practical Techniques and Patient Care Seminar, 2 CME< October 23-27,
    1995, Hawaii.
    Course completed on “Adrenal & Sex Steroids Relationships & Clinical
    Correlates”, 10 CME, March 16-17, 1996, Portland, Oregon.
    Completed program in “Clinical Therapeutics and the Recognition of Drug-
    Induced Disease”, 2 credit hours, Category I of Physician’s Recognition Award of
    the American Medical Association, 2 contact hours in pharmaceutical education,
    March 29, 1996.




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     39th Annual Northwest Naturopathic Physicians Convention, “Minor Surgical
     Techniques for the Naturopathic Physician”, 20.5 hours attended, May 9, 1996,
     Seattle, Washington.

  ♦ Contemporary Understanding and Treatment of Fibromyalgia Patients, April 19,
    1996, 1 CME hour, St. Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ Impingement Syndrome/Rotator Cuff Tears, 1 CME hour, May 3, 1996, St.
    Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ Medical Errors and Physician’s Stress, 1 CME hour, May 17, 1996. St. Charles
    Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ Non-Invasive Mechanical Ventilation, 1 CME hour, September 6, 1996, St.
    Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ Recent Advances in the Therapy of Diabetes, 1 CME hour, November 8, 1996, St,
    Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon

  ♦ American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, Annual Scientific Meeting Plastic
    Surgery, 23 CME hours, February 5-8, 1997, Wyndham Palm Springs Hotel,
    California.

  ♦ The Immune Response to Bacteria and Intercellular Bacteria and Viruses, 1 CME
    hour, February 14, 1997, St. Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ Radiation Implants for Treatment of Prostate Cancer, Dr. Boileau and Dr. Chang,
    1 CME hour, March 7, 1997, St. Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians, Physical Medicine Seminar, 3
    CME hours, March 15, 1997, The Greenburg Inn, Beaverton, Oregon.

  ♦ Managed Care of Injured Workers, Focus on Upper Extremity Injuries, Dr. T.
    Lorish, 1 CME hour, April 4, 1997, St. Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ Addiction Disorder Update, Dr. W. Byrd, 1 CME hour, May 9, 1997, St. Charles
    Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ How Safe is Our Food? from Salmonella to Mad Cows, Dr. P. Cieslak, CME 1
    hour, June 6, 1997, St. Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ Implanting Articular Cartilage, Dr. T. Carlsen, 1 CME hour, September5, 1997,
    St. Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.




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  ♦ Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians IV Therapy, 10 CME hours,
    June6-7, 1997, Portland, Oregon.

  ♦ Dementia and Depression in the Elderly, Dr. C. Singer, 1 ½ CME hours,
    September 9, 1997, Broken Top, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ Scoliosis for Primary Care, Kathaleen Moore, M.D., 1 CME hour, January 9,
    1998, St. Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ St. Charles Medical Center Medical Staff Quality Systems, Dr. Dean Sharpe, 1
    CME hour, January 16, 1998, St. Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ IV Seminar NCNM, March 28-29, 1998, 10 hours, Pharmacology, Portland,
    Oregon.

  ♦ California College of Podiatric Medicine Super Seminar, 28 CME hours, March
    30-April 1, 1998, Las Vegas, Nevada.

  ♦ 41st Annual Northwest Naturopathic Physicians Conference, 19 CME hours, May
    21-23, 1998, hosted by the Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians,
    Portland, Oregon.

  ♦ The Foundation for Medical Excellence Physician Training for Substance
    Abusing Patients, 5 hours, AMA Physicians Recognition Award Category, May
    30, 1998, Central Oregon Independent Health Services, Bend, Oregon.

  ♦ American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Orthopedics and Medicine Expo
    ’99, February 16-20, 1999, Westin Century Plaza Hotel, 27 CME hours, Los
    Angeles, California.

  ♦ The Connection Between Estrogen Deficiency and the Development of
    Alzheimer’s Disease, 2 CME hours, March 5, 1999, Bend, Oregon. Sponsored by
    Wyeth-Ayerst.

  ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association Spring Seminar, April 16-17, 1999 at
    Sunriver, Oregon. 14 CME hours.

  ♦ Post-Marketing Surveillance for Adverse Events After Vaccination: VAERS,
    April 21, 1999. Sponsored by NIH/FAES. Location-Home/Computer 1 CME hr.

  ♦ The Emerging Role of Complementary Therapy in the Clinical Setting. 1 CME
    hour. Pragmaton Office of Medical Education. Location-Home/Mail.

  ♦ 43rd Annual Northwest Naturopathic Physician’s Convention, May 21-23, 1999.
    Sea Tac Marriot Hotel, Seattle, Washington. 19 CME hours.



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  ♦ Laser Update 1999, July 9, 1999. St. Charles Medical Center, Bend, Oregon. 1
    CME hour.

  ♦ Drug Interactions with Commonly Used Herbs, July 10, 1999. St. Charles
    Medical Center. 1 CME hour.

  ♦ Drug Interactions with Commonly Used Herbs, July 10, 1999. St. Charles
    Medical Center. 1 CME hour.

  ♦ OPMA Spring Seminar, April 7-9, 2000, Oregon Podiatric Medical Association,
    Botanical Medicine, Natural Supplements. CME 13 hours.

  ♦ Super Seminar 2000, California College of Podiatric Medicine, Emergency
    Medicine, History and Physical Examination Procedures, IV Therapy Procedures,

  ♦ Wound Care Management, CPR Recertification. Las Vegas, Nevada 25hours.

  ♦    Integrative Naturopathic Cancer Care, February 25-26, 2000. Portland, OR.
      Integrative Holistic Oncology Care. Cancer Treatment Center of America. CME
      10 hours.

  ♦ Endocrine Dynamics and Interrelationships, October 7-8, 2000, Diagnos tech, Inc
    Clinical Research laboratory Sponsored. CME 10 hours and 20 minutes. Seattle,
    Washington.

  ♦ Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians, December 9, 2000, Monarch
    Hotel, Clackamas, Oregon. CME/Pharmacy 6 hours. Pharmacy Course.

  ♦ OPMA region 7 Seminar, April 27, 2001, Sunriver, Oregon. Foot & Ankle
    Surgery 13.5 hours.

  ♦ 45th Annual Northwest Naturopathic Physicians Convention, May 11-May 13,
    2001. Tacoma, Washington-Tacoma Convention Center, 18 hours.

  ♦ Professional IV Seminar. April 14, 2001 Dr. Dan Carter, Dr. Virginia Osborne,
    Dr. Stacey Rafferty. National College of Naturopathic Medicine and OANP.
    Portland, Oregon. 6 CME hours.

  ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association Seminar. April 7-9, 2000. Oregon
    Podiatric Medical Association. Sun River, OR. 13 CME hours.

  ♦ 2001 International Region 7 Annual Meeting & Scientific Seminar. September
    21, 22, 23rd, 2001. Oregon Podiatric Medical Association. Welches, OR. 13
    CME hours.



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  ♦ Obesity& Neurotransmitter Deficiency. September 15 & 16, 2001. 1A
    Technology & Pharmasan Labs. Morgan Park Medical Clinic. Los Angeles, CA.
    12 CME hours.

  ♦ Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians: Pharmacy Seminar. December
    8, 2001. Holiday Inn Conference Center. Portland, OR. 5 CME Pharmacy hours.

  ♦ Integrated Naturopathic Cancer Care. February 23 & 24, 2002. Cancer
    Treatment Centers of America. Portland, Oregon. 14 CME hours.

  ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association. April. 26 & 27, 2002. Sunriver Resort,
    Oregon 13 CME hours.

  ♦ Rave Drugs and Beyond, Confronting Ecstasy and other Street Drugs, St. Charles
    Grand Rounds, July 14, 2002. 1 CME hour.

  ♦ Integrating Menopause Management, St. Charles Grand Rounds, June 28, 2002. 1
    CME hour.

  ♦ 2002 Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Podiatric Medical Association,
    Seattle Washington. August 8-11, 2002. 30 CME hours.

  ♦ 2003 NW Naturopathic Physicians Convention May 11-13, 2003. Tacoma
    Convention Center, Tacoma, Washington-23 CME hours.

  ♦ 2003 Oregon Podiatric Medical Association Spring Seminar, Sunriver, OR-May
    16, 17, 2003-13 CME hours.

  ♦ 2003 Oregon Podiatric Medical Association Fall Seminar, Gleneden Beach, OR,
    November 7-8, 2003-13 CME hours.

  ♦ 2004 NW Naturopathic Physicians Convention April 9-11, 2004, Doubletree
    Convention Center, Portland, Oregon-23 CME hours.

  ♦ 48th Annual NW Naturopathic Physicians Convention. Endocrinology and the
    Environment-Portland, Oregon-April 16-18, 2004, 20.5 CME hrs.

  ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association Spring Seminar, Sunriver, Oregon, May
    14-16, 2004. 13 CME hours.

  ♦ Western States Chiropractic College. Minor Surgery/ Clinical Proctology
    Seminar-Portland, Oregon, July 24-25, 2004, 6 CME hours.

  ♦


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  ♦ Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians. Pharmacy Seminar-Portland,
    Oregon, December 2, 2004-5.5 CME hours.

  ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association. Post-graduate course in Podiatric
    Medicine & Surgery. Salishan, Oregon, November 5-7, 2004, 13 CME hours.

  ♦ Preceptorship in Physics, Safety and training on the use of Gemini Laser System.
    January 27, 2005.

  ♦ History and Physical Course Given at Good Samaritan Medical Center.
    Sponsored by the Oregon Podiatric Medical Center, February 19-20, 2005.11
    CME hours.

  ♦ Assessment and Correction of Neurotransmitters. NeuroScience, Portland Oregon.
    February 24, 2005. 2 hour

  ♦ The Annual No-Nonsense SeminarXX, at the Holiday Inn- Cleveland/
    Independence Ohio. March 11-13, 2005. Podiatric Medical Ed. Category 1, 26
    hours.

  ♦ Antibiotic Resistance Education Sponsored by Oregon Aware and Oregon
    Department of Human Services. Location OMA offices Portland Oregon. C.E. 4
    hours. May 14, 205.

  ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association Post Graduate Course in Welches, Oregon.
    . April 1st –3, 2005. 13 hours CME.

  ♦ 2005 Western Podiatric Medical Congress, Anaheim, CA. June9th through12,
    2005. 23.25 hours CME.

  ♦ Oregon Health & Science University, Judicious Use of Antibiotics. 1.5 hours
    AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. June 2005

  ♦ American Podiatric Medical Association, 2005 annual meeting in Orlando,
    Florida. August 4, 2005-August 7, 2005. CME credits 18.25 hours

  ♦ 24 th Annual Hawaii Seminar, North West Podiatric Foundation Oct. 17-21,
    2005. 20 hours CME. Hyatt Resort, Maui, HI.

  ♦ 21 Annual No-Nonsense Seminar, Independence, Ohio. March 10-12,
    2006.CME21.5 hours.

  ♦ Independent Medical Evaluation training March 13, 2006 Sponsored by Health
    Cost Management 3 hours State of Oregon approved.



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  ♦ “Pandemic Influenza Assumptions” National College of Naturopathic
    Physicians”, 1hour, April, 7, 2006. Portland Oregon

  ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association, April 21-23, 2006. Welches ,Oregon, 13
    hours of CME.

  ♦ “Treatment of Allergies and Autoimmune Disease”, April,29,2006. Portland,
    Oregon, Marriott Hotel. Sponsored by “ Society of Homotoxicology of North
    America. 6 hours.

  ♦ Northwest Podiatric Foundation, October 16-20, 2006. Kona, Hawaii, Hilton
    Waikoloa Village, 20 hours CE Contact Hours.

  ♦ Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians’ 8th Annual Pharmacy& Pain
    Management Seminar December 3, 2006 Governor Hotel Portland, Oregon
    6.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credit.
    *The 22nd annual, No Nonsense Seminar, March 9-11, 2007. Holiday Inn,
    Independence, Ohio, 23 hours credit.
    ♦ Oregon Podiatric Medical Association, April 13th-14, 2007. Welches, Oregon.
        13 credit hours.
    ♦ Northwest Naturopathic Physicians Convention, April 20-22, 2007. Portland
        Marriott Hotel. 24.75 hours credit. 5.0 hours pharmacy credit.

     ♦ The Academy of Ambulatory Foot and Ankle Surgery May 17, 18th and 19th,
        2007. Sponsored by the AAFAS/University of Texas health science Center
        at San Antonio 25 continuing education contact hours.
     ♦ American Podiatric Medical Association, August 16-19, 2007, Philadelphia,
        Pennsylvania, 13.5 contact hours.
     ♦ British Columbia Association of Naturopathic Physicians, October 6 -7, 2007.
        Vancouver British Columbia, 9 1/2 hours, of CME
     ♦ Total Vein Care Nova Southeastern University, February 29-March1, 2008. 12
        Hours of AMA Physicians Recognition Award
     ♦ The Annual No-Nonsense Podiatry Seminar XXIII, March 14 through March
        16, 2008. 26.0 CE contact hours.
     ♦ Northwest Naturopathic Physicians Congress, Vancouver British Columbia,
        April 4, 2008, through Sunday, April 6, 2008. 19.5 contact hours for CME.
     ♦ The Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Third Annual Southern Exposure,
        2008. May 1st-4th, 2008 at the Marriott Northeast Cincinnati, Ohio. Contact
        hours earned: 25.5.
     ♦ North American Center for continuing medical education registered #: 30961


     ♦



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     ♦ A Guide to Steroids for Dermatological Conditions, article and podiatry today,
         July 22, 2008. One hour CME credit
     ♦ VNUS training for basic VNUS Closure Procedure utilizing the Close Fast
         Catheter June 19, 2008, certificate of completion for successfully completing
         the basic training for the VNUS closure system using the Close Fast Catheter
         and the closure RFS device.
     ♦ American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, 2008 Convention and
         Exposition, August 13-16, 2008 at the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa.
         CME hours 16.5.
     ♦ Texas Podiatric Medical Association, Southwest Foot and Ankle Conference,
         September 12-14, 2008, Frisco Texas 8 hours continuing education.
     ♦ Northwest Podiatric Foundation, February 19-21, 2009. Program: Lake Tahoe
         Ski Seminar , 16 continuing education contact hours.
     ♦ Professional Wound Care Association Scientific Committee, March 13, 14th
         and 15th 2009, Holiday Inn-independence, Ohio, 10.0 CME/CE hours and
         wound care
     ♦ No-Nonsense Seminar XXIV,March13-15,2009,Independence,Ohio
     26.0 CME/CE hours.
     *Midwestern University Medical School, Glendale, Arizona, May 9, 2009.
     Natural Alternatives for Disorders of the Lower Extremities-5 hr.CME




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