Autoimmunity and Pathologies driving Chronic Disease States in our Clients
You will find details of the seminar below. There are just 80 places available and we expect demand to be very high so please register your interest as soon as possible.
Venue: Crowne Plaza London Kensington
Saturday 2nd December 2017
Fee: £25.00 per person.
9.15 – 10.00am Arrival and Registration
10.05am Welcome & Speaker Introductions
10.15am Session 1
Analysis of abnormal immune response resulting in Chronic Inflammation and Autoimmunity
Pol De Saedeleer
Our immune system should be able to tackle all kind of disorders including Lyme, Mold and Biotoxins. In this lecture Pol will discuss the circumstances where abnormal immune responses can perpetuate chronic inflammation and auto-immunity.
Pol will examine the best options to at the disposal of the clinician to help rebalance our immune response through the management of diet, genetic factors, underlying infections, toxins, heavy metals and stress.
11.30am Session 2
Chronic inflammation response syndrome (CIRS)
Barbara De Rijdt
Chronic inflammation response syndrome is the inability of the body to clear and fight mold infection although this persistent infection is rarely considered to be the cause of chronic illness.
During this lecture, Barbara will look at the patient and their environment to help identify the cause and mechanisms of mold infections.
Treatment options for CIRS as well as chronic sinusitis will be discussed.
12.30pm – 1.30pm Lunch is provided and will accommodate gluten-free, dairy-free diets.
1.30pm Session 3
Mastering the concepts of thyroid physiology, assessment and autoimmunity together with clinical guidelines for successful management.
During this seminar Tanya will;
Walk you through the most important thyroid lab testing including their interpretation.
Identify eight specific patterns of altered thyroid metabolism, to help you as a clinician offer targeted support and better outcomes for your clients.
Dig deep into chronic infections, which often trigger Hashimoto’s through molecular mimicry… how to test for them, and how to best support your autoimmune patients.
2.30pm Session 3
SIBO & LPS-induced inflammation.
Pol De Saedeleer
Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth is defined as excessive bacteria in the small intestine.
In this lecture Pol will discuss the pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, diagnosis and treatment of this often-chronic condition. SIBO is also associated with many other disorders or co-existing conditions including the translocation of microbial LPS further promoting inflammation and microglial activation.
3.45pm Session 4
Effective clinical strategies in the treatment of chronic pathologies – a case study analysis.
I this session Judy will examine some of the treatment strategies he has found effective in her busy London clinic. He specializes in treating chronic infections including Lyme and co-infections and will use a series of case studies to demonstrate his unique and effective therapeutic approaches.
Tanya initially completed her nutritional training at The College of Naturopathic Medicine in London, but wanted to work more directly with clients, helping them to prevent and reverse chronic disease and truly transform their health. Combined with her passion for nutrition she decided to pursue a career in functional medicine. Now, as a fully certified IFM practitioner she brings her passion and dedication to each client, empowering them to obtain their optimal health potential.
Tanya has a specialist focus on Hashimoto’s Disease and thyroid solutions, digestion & gut health and poor energy delivery conditions such as chronic fatigue. She has completed additional advanced training with the Hashimoto’s Institute and Dr Datis Kharrazian’s Mastering the Thyroid for Clinicians in the USA. Tanya regularly lectures for several prominent organizations and is in private practice in London and Lewes, Sussex.
Barbara De Rijdt
Barbara received her degree and training at the University of Antwerp and has built up a considerable expertise in the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders, Chronic Inflammation and Multi-Systemic pathologies.
She has shared her knowledge as a speaker at many International conferences.
In her daily activities Barbara works as a Compounding Pharmacist in Lier, she also works for a Dutch Nutritional Company as a Scientific consultant.
Pol De Saedeleer
As a Doctor in Pharmaceutical Science Pol De Saedeleer received his degree and training at the University of Louvain, where he graduated in 1991.
He obtained his Master’s degree in Nutritional & Phyto-Therapeutical Therapies at IMPB in Louvain-La-Neuve and his Master’s degree in Homeopathic Practice at VSU in Ghent. In his daily activities as a pharmacist Pol De Saedeleer is focused on enhancing therapeutic results by choosing the most bio-available molecules and optimal delivery systems in consultations with medical doctors throughout Europe and beyond.
Judy Rocher is a Registered Nutritional Therapist and a Naturopath. She specialises in the treatment of chronic conditions including Lyme disease and has spent many years training practitioners in natural therapies for these often-challenging cases.
She also lectures students at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Brighton. She currently sees chronically ill patients at The London Clinic of Nutrition where she uses a holistic approach to support their recovery.