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Heart Burn and GIRD: identifying and treating

Continuous Professional Development
2018-05-18 14:00 - 17:00
The Whole Health Centre - London
£130 (day)
7 hours with SIBO
£110.00 (students)
 Registration Closed

Gastro-Intestinal Reflex Disorder (GIRD) is part of a complex collection of symptoms with a variety of causes. Medical treatment is PPI without distinction or regards for the long term side effects. Those include dementia and disruption to the micorbiota (one of the root causes of digestive issues)

Morning and afternoon sessions should be booked together see

SIBO cpd for more info

How long is the course?

This training is part of a CPD day focusing on the digestive system and the role of the microbiome. Whist the morning session will be on the Small Intestine, the afternoon will concentrate on the Stomach and Duodenem and cover the areas involved with Gastro-Intestinal Reflux Disorder (GIRD)

Who is the course for? 

  • Colonic hydrotherapists looking to expend their knowledge and skills
  • Nutritionists, Herbalists and Nathuropaths who regularly find themselves advising their clients on digestive health and bowel function

Note: this is a compulsory CPD to 1st year colonic practitioners without naturopathy background.

What area will be covered?

Diagnostic methods, causes and treatment for GIRD.





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