2018 Sponsored Presentations

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We are sorry but due to unforeseen circumstances, the panel discussions are canceled. Fortunately, the panelists are still presenting and look forward to bringing you the same cutting-edge, intriguing information.​

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Saturday 10:30 a.m., Ballroom IV

The Future of Stem Cell Medicine

Aymen Kenawy, M.D., FACP, FACR

Dr. Aymneb Kenawy will discuss the basics of rheumatology and explain the latest advancements in rheumatologic treatment, including regenerative medicine (stem cell therapy). He will also discuss cannabinoids and their role in the human body. 



Saturday 11:30 a.m., Ballroom IV

The Art of Reflexology

Laurie Azzarella

Laurie Azzarella, an International Institute of Reflexology instructor and Young Living educator, developed Reflex-Oil-ogy, the therapeutic use of essential oils to create oxygenized impulse flow to enhance energy movement through the body and each of its systems. 



Saturday 12:30 p.m., Ballroom IV

Medical Marijuana: The Dawning of a New Era

Eddie Zant, M.D.

Medical Marijuana Certified

Dr. Eddie Zant, who has been a practicing physician since 1974 and offered hyperbaric medicine in Fort Walton Beach and Destin since 2003, is now also one of the Gulf Coast’s premier medical marijuana physicians.


Saturday 1:30 p.m., Ballroom IV


Carolyn Olson

As a certified clinical thermographer, Carolyn Olson provides digital thermal imaging, a noninvasive procedure for detecting and monitoring certain diseases and physical injuries by showing thermal abnormalities in the body. She also offers electro-lymphatic therapy, a noninvasive form of bodywork.



Saturday 2:00 p.m., Palm II

Integrative Medicine

Bonnie McLean, OMD

Acupuncture/ Chinese Medicine /Energy Healing

Bonnie McLean, a doctor of Oriental medicine and acupuncture physician, has 50-plus years’ experience in the healing arts. She specializes in pain and stress disorders, women's health and allergies at Baybridge Chiropractic Clinic, Gulf Breeze. She is the author of Integrative Medicine: The Return of the Soul to Healthcare.



Saturday 2:30 a.m., Ballroom IV

Raise Your Unconditional Love Bar

Felicia McQuaid

The Healing Clinic, FWB

Antti Heikkilä

Advanced ThetaHealing Practitioner and Teacher

Felicia McQuaid teaches Reiki and yoga on the Emerald Coast and is a medical intuitive with advanced training in ThetaHealing. Artist and ThetaHealing practitioner Antti Heikkilä works with individuals, couples and organizations internationally to create and teach them effective tools to enhance their relationships, lives and careers.



Saturday 3:30 a.m., Ballroom IV

Resurrection Healing

Barry Helm

Barry Helm is a healer, bodyworker and spiritual medium who travels throughout the United States, where many have come to know him as a metaphysical “John the Baptist.” He combines strong intuition and deep-tissue techniques to leave clients with renewed strength in mind, body and spirit.  




Sunday 11:30 a.m., Ballroom IV

Basic Beekeeping

Bill Hagen, Tri-County Beekeeper's Association President

Bill Hagan, president of the Tri-County Beekeeper’s Association, began working with bees when he was 16. He trains new beekeepers, leads beekeeping classes throughout the Panhandle and lower Alabama, and holds demonstrations at clubs and libraries. The association meets the last Tuesday of every month.



Sunday 12:30 a.m., Ballroom IV

Managing Menopause

Karen Kennedy, M.D.

Around the time of menopause, many women experience unanticipated symptoms as a result of a decrease in sex hormones and all hormones in the body. This presentation will focus on pelvic, vaginal and bladder symptoms as well as some body symptoms, and how to manage them.



Sunday 1:30 a.m., Ballroom IV

Pain-Free and Pill-Free

Tony Salamay, DC, MS, FASA

Dr. Tony Salamay will explain how his natural approach to health, integrating the latest advances in functional neurology, immunology and endocrinology, can identify and address the root cause of chronic pain and migraines, as well as fibromyalgia, dizziness and vertigo, and neurological and metabolic disorders.



Sunday 2:00 p.m., Palm II

Aging Holistically 

Leesa Haire, NP, RPh

Natural Health Consultants

Dr. Leesa Haire takes a proactive, holistic approach to aging, formulating individualized plans to enhance the quality of life through non-drug methods that optimize memory, ease physical issues, reduce stress and enhance well-being, and using nutrition and supplementation to promote health. 



Sunday 2:30 a.m., Ballroom IV

Medical Cannabis for the Military

Kimberly Hawkes

Kim Hawkes, the community marketing manager for Surterra Wellness, which makes medical cannabis products such as lotions, sprays, oils and vaporizer pens, will discuss dispensaries and medical marijuana for the armed forces.



Sunday 3:30 a.m., Ballroom IV

SMART Goals for Optimum Wellness

Amy Likins

Amy Likins, an integrative nutrition and wellness consultant, explains how to achieve optimum health by making goals that are SMART: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time-based. She’ll offer simple solutions to help participants set SMART goals and stick with them, incorporating breathing/relaxation, mindfulness and affirmations.


Please note: Due to unforeseen circumstances, presentations and workshops are subject to change. You will be notified of any changes and given the opportunity to reschedule. We appreciate your understanding.