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The Standard Road Map: The Role of Stress and the HPA Axis in Chronic Disease Management

The most up-to-date reference guide for clinicians treating patients with complex stress disorders.

4 Key Stressors Questionnaire

The questionnaire is designed to be used as part of the initial patient intake. Each section is focused on questions relating to the four key stressors (blood sugar control, mental and emotional stress, insomnia and inflammation). This tool helps clinicians identify major stressors in order to address immediate challenges presented by the patient.

ARK Stress Recovery Program Presentation Pads

The presentation pads serve as excellent clinical conversation tools that assist you in helping patients understand stress physiology, the importance of measuring cortisol, the role neurotransmitters play in balancing stress and how stress affects thyroid function.

ARK Stress Recovery Program Patient Handbook

Once you have identified the major stressor(s) and determined appropriate testing, send the patient handbook home with the patient along with their test kit. This handbook was created to educate and reinforce important concepts around stress prior to the follow-up visit. It is highly recommended that the patient read the first ten pages of the handbook, and then focus on the corresponding chapter that correlates to their primary stressors (blood sugar control, mental and emotional stress, insomnia or inflammation).

Restoring the Balance: Stress Hormones and Health Group Visit Toolkit (DVD)

Once you’ve developed a treatment strategy for your patients, it’s important to keep them engaged. One of the most efficient ways to do this is through Group Visits. We recommend that the patients’ next visit with you be in a Group Visit, typically about one month after the initial visit. Because much of their progress is based on their lifestyle decisions, it’s important to keep them motivated. The Restoring the Balance: Stress Hormones and Health GVT is an easy way to integrate the Group Visit model into your practice, while maximizing your time and providing valuable education to your patients

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