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Gut Brain Microbiome Conference

InnoVision Professional Media, a content partner with Today’s Practitioner, is sponsoring the GUT BRAIN RELATIONSHIP CONFERENCE, a healthcare symposium that will focus on the unique relationship between the gut and the brain.

The event will combine the latest research, testing techniques, and applications into a two

Young business partners applauding to reporter after listening to presentation at seminar

Young business partners applauding to reporter after listening to presentation at seminar

day event with CME’s.  Attendees will hear from leading healthcare thought leaders who will share their perspective on this important relationship for your patient’s health.

Conference Chair:
Andrew Campbell MD, Editor in Chief of Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine.

Speakers:

Aristo Vojdani, PhD, MSc, CLS: The effect of Environmental triggers on Gut-Brain axis
Jon Kaiser, MD: Gut Dysfunction and Immune Abnormalities in Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Tom O’Bryan, DC: The Neurological UnderBelly of the Gluten-free Lifestyle: Potential Benefits, Devastating Dangers
Datis Kharrazian, DHSc, DC: How chronic digestive problems can be a sign of brain dysfunction
Gerard Mullin, MD: The gut microbiome- how to modify it to improve your health
Kelly Brogan, MD: Microbiome- its role on gut/brain physiology and the inflammation model of depression
Nicole Pietschmann, PhD: Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity: Fact or Myth
Deanna Minich, PhD: Eat Smart to Stay Sharp: Enhancing Brain Resilience and Cognition through Foods
Jeffrey Dach, MD: Case Studies Relating to the Gut Brain Relationship
Andrew Campbell, MD: The Effects of Toxins on the Brain and Gut Connection

 

Conference Objectives:

  • Resetting the gut, focusing the science behind rebuilding your microbiome to help you burn fat and restore the health of your patient.
  • Understand the mechanisms, and provide an update of current and promising therapy directed at the gut or brain in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive issues.
  • Use of non-pharmaceutical applications to treat chronic illnesses, autoimmune disorders, and complex neurological disorders.
  • The neural circuitry and mechanisms underlying the influence of gut bacteria on the central nervous system and behavior.

GUT BRAIN RELATIONSHIP CONFERENCE

SEPT. 18-19, 2015

26622_112_zGALLERYone—DoubleTree Suites
2670 East Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304  

 

 

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