Gut health problems are increasingly common so what if you could tell your clients that that you were going to help to solve their IBS and that their digestive complaints could largely be a thing of the past? As knowledgeable functional medicine practitioners and health coaches we know we can give our patients the tools to help significantly improve their gut symptoms. After all, that’s what we trained for. But sometimes, it helps to have a system.
Jo Gamble is here to provide you with a multi-system model to help you to help your patients with IBS on the road to recovery quicker, faster and more effectively. Not overnight, and not without a considerable amount of hard work, persistence and compliance from the patient, but we can do it. Jo will also talk you through complex case studies from her own clinic to show you how she puts all this into practice
Help your patients to stand up to gut health problems
Gut health problems are a major concern. Not just because so many clients are living with the everyday symptoms of poor gastrointestinal health but also because of how many clients think that this is their lot in life and that they should just accept these sometimes debilitating symptoms. In this packed 1 hour webinar you will learn how to help your clients to break away from this acceptance and start to do things differently.
CPD Awarded: 1 hour
ROI: Please call 1890 989 771 to purchase this webinar
IBS, Gut Health
What you’ll learn:
- Comprehensive overview of the drivers of gastrointestinal imbalance
- Diet, lifestyle & supplement protocols for SIBO, leaky gut and food intolerances that you can use in clinic
- How to recognise clients that are struggling with gastrointestinal issues
- How gastrointestinal health can have a major impact on other body systems
- How to support physiological processes and how to explain it to your clients
- How effective interventions can improve gastrointestinal health
Jo Gamble BA (HONS) DIP CNM IFMCP FELLOW ICT
Jo has been a behavioral therapist for the last 15 years where she has specialized in children with autism and complex learning difficulties. Jo uses her skills and experience to compliment her nutritional therapy; this is particularly beneficial for the children she works with.
Jo has now chosen to add to her specialties by pursuing her passion for making a difference to people with cancer, working alongside them on their journey, leaving no stone unturned. Jo works with many children through the charity KICT and Alfie’s Trust, and adults around the country and internationally.
Jo is now a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and is board certified with the Academy of Anti Aging Medicine in the USA.
Jo’s passion to educate both her clients and other practitioners had led to becoming a senior lecture for The College of Naturopathic Medicine as well as regularly lecturing for Nutri Advanced.