Portland College Leads on Digestive Health
(Portland Radio Project) With digestive health problems - like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) on the rise, Portland's National College of Natural Medicine has emerged as a leader in pursuing treatments. This weekend NCNM hosts SIBO Symposium, bringing together medical doctors and alternative practitioners, to gang up on a painful, stressful problem.
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The in person symposium is sold out but you can still attend the webinar.
January 18-19, 2014 Saturday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Designed for the medical doctor, alternative medicine practitioner, and the public, the SIBO Symposium features the nation's leading experts on the topic to present an evidence-based educational program on managing small bowel intestinal overgrowth.
Participants in this symposium can expect to gain a working understanding of:
Current and emerging research on the clinical diagnosis and treatment of SIBO and IBSThe importance of healthy microflora in the function of the GI and immune systemsIntegrative application of pharmaceutical treatments, diet, probiotics, nutritive factors, and botanical medicineCurrent treatment algorithms from our speakersMapping of the small intestine floraA new link to autoimmune disease
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