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Restoring the Seat of Health

Presented by Practitioners, for Practitioners

Optimising GIT health is at the core of naturopathic philosophy and practice, and it is considered the seat of all health. Our traditional understanding of the intimate connection between the digestive system and systemic physiology is now validated with a vast body of scientific evidence. Intricate two-way communication among various GIT-multisystem axes is now widely acknowledged – including between the brain, cardiometabolic, respiratory, skin, endocrine and immune systems. However, whilst this holistic approach to health is becoming more accepted, patients presenting with overt or underlying GIT dysfunctions continue to rise, with 1 in 2 Australians suffering from digestive problems.

Despite these advances in research and practice innovation, working with common, yet complex GIT disorders can be challenging. Consequently, in order to continue providing optimal patient care it is vitally important to merge this contemporary scientific evidence with a holistic framework.

Session 1 - Investigating the Impacts of Polyphenols and Dietary Fibre on the Microbiome and Functional Gut Health.  Presented by Dr Elizabeth Steels

Session 2 - The Abnormal Bowel.  Presented by Dr Shala Rasouli

Session 3 - Personalised Medicine based on Microbiome and Clinical Data.  Presented by Professor Eran Segal

Session 4 - New Insights from Traditional Medicine in Supporting a Collaborative Microbiome.  Presented by Simon Mills

Session 5 - Diet, Dysbiosis, Diabetes and Dementia.  Presented by Dr Gary Deed

Session 6 - Case Study Series.  Presented by Ross McLaren, Craig Wainwright and Amina Eastham-Hillier

Session 7 - Gut Dysfunction: A Modern Curse and Silent Pandemic.  Presented by Professor Kerry Bone

Materials available include:

  • Video Recordings 
  • Audio Recordings 
  • Digital notes for all sessions 
  • Treatment Aims & Guidelines
  • Certificate of Attendance