Systems & Symbiosis

A Clinical Seminar

on

Integrative Approaches to Bowel Dysbiosis

 

 

 

 

 

This seminar was developed following ten years of meticulous clinical research and practice. Systems & Symbiosis has been delivered in eight European countries, Russia and the United States, to widespread acclaim (see testimonials for Systems and Symbiosis).

This two day course is aimed at clinicians who wish to understand the aetiologies and systemic features of bowel dysbiosis and develop effective strategies for the treatment of the condition and its clinical syndromes.

Bowel dysbiosis is associated with a wide range of chronic systemic symptoms. It is therefore often misdiagnosed, and can persist untreated for long periods, causing debilitating fatigue or gradually giving rise to more serious organic illness.

There is a considerable body of evidence to support the role of dysbiosis in a wide range of illnesses, including fatigue states, food intolerances, chronic or relapsing infection, allergies and hypersensitivity states, IBS, leaky gut syndrome, migraine, inflammatory skin conditions and others.

Over the course of the two day program, participants are shown many clinical cases which illustrate the different presentations for bowel dysbiosis. Each case is then followed through a rational and individualised treatment process, and the outcomes discussed.

 

 

The Syllabus:

Video Introduction and  Overview of the Course

(extract from Systems and Symbiosis, New York, November 2008)

 

 

 

 

 

Summary

 

Historical Background

Microbiological concepts

What can be learned from the early clinical work
Evolution of the healthy gut flora
Microbiology of the GI tract
Isolating and typing
The Bowel Nosodes
Clinical Features of Bowel Dysbiosis
Therapeutics and treatment indications
Treatment selection based on the clinical features
Timing and repetition of treatments
Integrating treatment models
Homeotherapeutics
Clinical references and decision support tools

 


 


Resources

The Seminar is supported by an extensive core text, which can be purchased separately in book form in English, Czech, Russian, or Romanian.

Additionally

The clinical repertory (decision support text) is supplied to course participants and can also be purchased on line.  Journal Publications on Bowel Dysbiosis are available for download in German and English.

An audiovisual version of the course is under preparation for publication on DVD.

Reviews of US Seminar - New York 2008

TESTIMONIALS FOR Systems & Symbiosis

from GPs, Hospital Doctors & Private Specialists

Testimony for Systems and Symbiosis
Testimony for Bowel Nosode Seminar
Testimonial for Systems and Symbiosis
best postgrad seminar ever Systems & Symbiosis
Systems and Symbiosis feedback
Feedback for Systems and Symbiosis Russell Malcolm
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The next scheduled dates for Systems and Symbiosis  will be announced shortly.

 


 

Centre for Integrative Medical Training Ltd.

 

 

11-13 North Claremont Street,

Glasgow  G3 7NR

contact: RussellMalcolm@uku.co.uk


 

 


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