SIBO: A New Diagnosis or a Fashionable Label & Autoimmune System: The Effects of 21st Century Diet & Lifestyle
Call 1890 989 771 to book your place for just €30 & receive a free product worth over €30 at the event
18th September - Cork | 19th September - Galway | 20th September - Dublin
All seminars are from 4pm - 7pm & have been awarded 3 CPD Hours
IFM Certified Practitioner, Jo Gamble, will share her vast experience of handling complex cases and her passion for research to help you to tackle two common issues found in clinical practice. Both of the conditions discussed during this event are notoriously difficult when it comes to deciding on an effective strategy for your clients. As well as bringing you the latest research behind the topics, Jo will discuss case studies from her own clinic where she specialises in complex immune issues and gut disturbances.
SIBO: A New Diagnosis or a Fashionable Label?
SIBO is a bacterial overgrowth that is surrounded by an abundance research and hype. Jo will guide you through the facts and lead you to simple effective strategies that get great results. She will cover:
- Dietary and lifestyle factors
- Use of anti-microbials
- Feeding the microbiome
- Are antibiotics necessary?
- Co-morbidities to consider
Autoimmune System: The Effects of 21st Century Diet and Lifestyle
Autoimmune cases can be complex and many clients have given up any hope of improving their health. Jo sees clients like these on a daily basis and will discuss:
- Allopathic vs functional approaches to autoimmunity
- Dietary considerations
- Inflammation: cause and effect
- Clinical strategies for supporting autoimmune cases.
More About Your Speaker...
JO GAMBLE BA (HONS) DIP CNM IFMCP FELLOW ICT
Jo Gamble is a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and is board certified with the Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine in the USA. She has been a behavioural therapist for the last 15 years, specialising in children with autism and complex learning difficulties.
Jo uses her skills and experience to compliment her nutritional therapy background; this is particularly beneficial for the children she works with. She is now 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 as well as adults in the UK and across the globe.
Jo’s passion to educate both her clients and other practitioners had led to her becoming a senior lecturer for The College of Naturopathic Medicine as well as a regular speaker for Nutri Advanced.
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