This course will provide an extensive literature review of microglia, neuroimmunity, and current diseases that involve an underlying neuroinflammatory pathophysiology. An evidence-based model incorporating diet, nutrition, and lifestyle medicine will be presented. Clinical applications to glial priming, laboratory tests, patient history, and physical examination will be presented in detail.
Online course from the Kharrazian Institute. This course explains how to evaluate the health of the gastrointestinal tract and the micriobiota, their relationship to the brain and their impact on many common health disorders. You will learn brain rehabilitation strategies in addition to dietary, nutritional, and lifestyle factors that influence the gut-brain-body relationship.
Final program offered by Denis Stewart, the Godfather of Australian Herbalism.
The ATMS 2019 Functional GI Symposium is a special event designed to provide a powerful educational focus with specialised, integrative, naturopathic trainings on the diagnosis and treatment of varied GI presentations.
In this educational event, Prof Dominic D’Agostino focuses on nutritional ketosis (NK) research and how we can harness this physiological state to improve neurological health, biomarkers of metabolic health and stress resilience.
In this seminar, Dr Elisa Song (USA) draws on her areas of expertise to provide effective integrative treatment strategies for children with complex medical issues, including autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autoimmune illness, failure to thrive, food allergies/sensitivities, neurological disorders and environmental illness.
Respected clinicians Dan Jones and Denis Stewart are touring Australia educating practitioners on the synergy of herbs and celloid mineral therapies.
Want to learn how to incorporate evidence-based integrative medicine into therapies for depression and anxiety? This workshop is for you.