Low Dose Immunotherapy Clinician Training Course

(Recording available* - click below to purchase)

*Please note the recording is only available for purchase by healthcare professionals (e.g. ND, MD, DC, DO, L.Ac, etc.). 
Recording Information
Course Length: 6 hours
Course Cost: $250CAD + 15% sales tax
Course Access: link to access video is available for six months from the purchase date.  Link will be emailed to you within 48 hours of purchasing the course.
Course Description
Low Dose Immunotherapy (LDI) is a versatile tool that was developed by Dr. Ty Vincent MD to address hypersensitivity or intolerance to a range of antigens. 

Advantages of learning to use LDI:

  • Non-invasive, well-tolerated and cost-effective treatment for patients

  • Delivers new insights into pathophysiology as it relates to hypersensitivity to endogenous and exogenous antigens (microbes, hormones, etc.)

  • LDI may resolve conditions that are relapsing or not fully responsive to treatment

  • Indispensable tool for patients that react easily to standard treatments

  • LDI may apply to acute or chronic infections, endocrine disorders, autoimmunity, gastroenterology, urology, dermatology, etc.


This one-day workshop covers the following topics: 

  • History of LDI

  • Review of clinical applications of each antigen formula

  • Discussion of how to utilize LDI in practice (which potency to start with, when to increase the dose, when to re-dose, etc.)

  • Case studies pertaining to each antigen formula

  • Training in how to make dilutions from stock formulas obtained from Dr. Vincent or a microbiology lab supplier

  • Training in how to make autologous LDI formulas

  • Discussion of how to incorporate LDI into an existing practice as seamlessly as possible

  • Review of Low Dose Allergen therapy and Isopathy

Instructor Information

Dr. Bryan Rade ND is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and has a practice specializing in complex chronic illness, neurological disorders, autism spectrum disorder, integrative oncology and chronic pain.  He has been using Low Dose Immunotherapy extensively since Dr. Vincent began teaching the method en masse in 2014 and has administered several thousand doses to date. 

© 2012 by Dr. Bryan Rade ND and Dr. Taryn Deering ND