Product Comparison

February 2019
Proherb NZ, Trauma to Triumph Auck, Wgtn, ChCh
BioPractica, Toxic Gut NZ, SA, WA,VIC,NSW,QLD
Eagle Webinar, Nutritional Psychiatry in Practice 

March
MediHerb, Metabolic Dys-Function QLD,TAS,VIC,ACT,NSW,WA,SA,NT
BioMedica, Non Alcoholic Fatty LIver d. NSW,QLD,WA,SA,VIC


Trauma to Triumph

Trauma is central to all mental health presentations. More than just a single "event", it must be considered in the context of a patient's susceptibility, co-morbidities and general health status. Here we examine nutritional medicine interventions along the trauma continuum - from desensitisation to first aid, recovery and rehabilitation.

Although the determinants of mental health are complex, the emerging and compelling evidence for nutrition as a crucial factor in the high prevalence of mental health disorders suggests that diet is as important to psychiatry as it is to cardiology, endocrinology and gastroenterology.

We have all seen the patient with that familiar complaint - “Ever since that major milestone, things have not been the same”. Whether presenting with anxiety, depression, grief, injury or childhood issues, there is an underlying resonating commonality, Trauma!

The impact of trauma, its consequences and its subsequent recovery is often an intricate and complex story; but with the support of core nutritional strategies and clinical tools, integrated health practitioners can make a substantial impact on not only how well a patient recovers and rehabilitates mentally after trauma, but also whether they experience any long-term psychological impact at all.

Presenter: Shilo Mason, BBiomedSc (Hons) Biochemistry, Biochemist, Naturopathic Health Educator.  Shilo is a respected Biochemist and Naturopathic Health Educator with extensive training in complementary medicine. She runs a highly successful clinic practice and complementary healthcare business with experience in acute medicine and integrated psychiatry; including PTSD following stroke, military service, cardiovascular event and childhood trauma. Over the past 15 years she has presented throughout Australia and internationally to integrative medicine practitioners and scientists on a variety of topics including mental health, inflammation and nutrition. She has firsthand clinical and personal experience in the mental health space, having treated a family member back to health following a major traumatic event. 

Shilo's Biomedical background combined with her under-graduate and post-graduate studies in pharmacology, nutrition, herbal medicine, endocrinology, psychology and biochemistry has given her a broad and thorough understanding of both allopathic and complementary medicine. She is renowned  for her technical support and practitioner mentoring in the industry and her ability to identify the root cause of complicated health issues. 

Cost incl GST:  Practitioner NZ$60, Student NZ$20
To register, phone ProHerb on 0800 553 556 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


 

Biopractica Toxic Gut

Understand the relationship between toxin load, allergies, food sensitivities and gastrointestinal function at the upcoming seminar;  Gain better clinical outcomes from your gut repair protocols, while addressing underlying and often hidden toxic issues to get the best results out of your most sensitive patients.

Do any of your patients suffer from:

  • Long term or persistent digestive disorders I Helicobacter pylori
  • Bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) I Liver distress I Bowel sensitivity I Food intolerance
  • Histamine intolerance I Ammonium toxicity I Heavy metal toxicity

This seminar will address:
THE EVIDENCE BEHIND TAKING A FUNDAMENTAL APPROACH OF USING MICROBIOME THERAPY FOR STRENGTHENING GIT HEALTH TO PREVENT AND TREAT TOXIN DAMAGE

  • The vast array of toxins, endogenous and environmental, impacting everyone’s lives
  • How these toxins affect GIT functions, including microbiome health, mucosal integrity and motility issues
  • Core fundamental treatments to reduce the daily toxic burden and enhance all GIT repair therapies

Presented by Paul Kern
Cost:  Early Bird: $70.  (Valid until Wednesday 05/12/18)
Dates: 16th February - 27th February.
Click here for venues and to register


Eagle Nutritional logo

Nutritional Psychiatry in Practice is about focusing on the use of foods and nutraceuticals as part of an integrated treatment for mental health disorders.

In this webinar, we will:

  • Review the link between nutritional deficiencies and mental health in respect of certain diets and nutrients.
  • Summarize the clinical evidence, to date, for diet and nutraceutical supplementations as key adjunct strategies in the treatment of mental health disorders.
  • Explore the importance of the biological pathways of inflammation and the immune system in mediating the influence of nutrition on mental health.
  • Introduce a new dietary assessment tool called the inflammation Index Score and a pathology test that can be used as a marker for monitoring the effectiveness of diet and nutraceuticals in rebalancing inflammation pathways to support mental health.

This is a 'Practitioner Only' event is recognised for 1.25 contact learning hours. Please contact your individual association to apply for CPE points.

Date: Wednesday 9.30am 20th February 2019 to Wednesday 5.30pm 6th March 2019
Duration 75 minutes.  
Cost (incl GST) Practitioners A$30, Students A$24

Click here to register online or T. 1300 654 336 (option 3) E. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


MediHerb Metabolic 

Our modern lifestyle of poor nutrition and sedentary behaviour, combined with exposure to stress, immune challenges and environmental toxins, has created a perfect storm for the epidemic of metabolic health challenges we now face. These metabolic disturbances severely compromise health in a range of body systems, including cardiovascular, liver, musculoskeletal, blood sugar regulation, endocrine, mood and cognition.

The biomedical research in this area is vast and continually expanding. This new information gives the natural clinician a unique advantage in solving this complex health puzzle, through our capacity to instantly translate state of the art research findings into today’s clinical practice.

Keeping up to date with the latest research in this field is critical for the best care of your patients, but it can be confusing and daunting. In this seminar Kerry and Beth have done the hard work for you. They will provide comprehensive cutting-edge information, distilled from their extensive clinical experience and reading many hundreds of recent scientific studies.

By the end of the seminar, you will have the confidence to immediately start using this new information with your patients. Cardiometabolic health is one of the fastest growing areas of clinical practice, so this seminar is a must for all clinicians wanting to provide the best care for their patients.

This educational event is recognised for 5 contact learning hours. Please contact your individual association to apply for CPE points

3rd March to 6th April.  Click here for Venues and times  Click here to register



Non Alcoholic fatty

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a clinical condition characterised by lipid infiltration of the liver. It is highly prevalent in the general population, affecting 25% to 30% of adults and 15% children with an increasing incidence. Approximately 50% of overweight and obese individuals or those with type 2 diabetes are considered to have the condition. Untreated, the risk of cardiovascular disease, fibrosis, cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) are increased.
NAFLD has a strong association with dietary and lifestyle factors. Whilst medicine has little to offer patients (there are no specific drugs approved on the market); there is evidence to support the therapeutic application of nutrients, herbal medicines and probiotics in treatment.

This seminar will focus on the current research including recent evidence of glandular involvement and the relevant holistic clinical approaches.

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • The prevalence of NAFLD and the lack of conventional medical treatment
  • Why is NAFLD on the rise?
  • What are the clinical presentations?
  • Choosing the right test to support your diagnosis
  • The relationship between immune functioning/ inflammation and liver functioning
  • What is the prognosis?
  • Review of treatment strategies incorporating dietary and lifestyle advice
  • Clinical prescribing approaches with natural medicines
  • Effective immunomodulators and benefit for persons with NAFLD

Dates, Venues and Cost
Sydney – Amora Hotel Jamison, Saturday 9th of March, Brisbane – Hotel Grand Chancellor, Sunday 10th of March, Perth – Pagoda Resort & Spa, Tuesday 12th of March, Adelaide – Pullman Adelaide Hotel, Thursday 14th March
Melbourne – Amora Hotel Riverwalk, Saturday 16th March
Cost incl GST: Standard Ticket Price: $65,  Student Ticket Price: $50
Download the seminar flyer here.  To register E This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or T1300884702


 

 

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