The Mindd Forum Practitioner Training 2017 runs 20-21 May, 2017 at University of New South Wales, Sydney.
It will focus on brain-immuno-gut health in children and women, covering case studies, pre-natal care and women’s health (healthy mothers lead to better healthcare outcomes for the whole family). Here are some of the speakers/topics:
- Robyn Cosford: Herbs in treating PANDAS
- Rachel Arthur, ND: Getting your bearings regarding the pregnant thyroid – for mum and baby
- Christine Houghton: Nutrigenomics in Treating Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Dr Nirala Jacobi, BHSc, ND (USA): Diagnosis and treatment of small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
- Dr Christabelle Yeoh: Microbial energy economics- our mitochondria
- John Smartt: Osteopathic treatment for improving the gut function of people with brain-gut conditions
Masterclass training will feature the power of combining Functional Nutrition and Functional Neurology with expert clinician Brandon Brock MSN, BSN, RN.
Dr. Brock has a passion for lecturing and giving learners didactic and academic skills in a way that is easy to digest, comprehend and utilize in a clinical setting. He has developed over 5000 hours of curriculum pertaining to neurology, nutrition, physical diagnosis, pharmacology, immunology, endocrinology and students of all from multiple educational backgrounds, including medical doctors, nurse practitioners and chiropractors
In his Mindd Masterclass Dr Brock will cover how to assess and treat a range of brain-immuno-gut conditions including ASD, ADHD, OCD, Anorexia, LD, SPD, CFS, PANDAS, Tic-Borne Illness and more.
Topics that Dr Brock will cover:
- Is it gut-brain or brain-gut?
- Nutrition and blood sugar impact on the brain
- Hyper kinetic disorders (ADHD, OCD, TICS)
- Brain – immune interactions (brain autoimmunity)
- Impact of infections on the brain (strep, mycoplasm, tic-borne)
- Understanding the vagus nerve and vestibular system
Details and registration for MINDD Forum 2017 here. This is a practitioner-only training and I will share highlights afterwards.