Improving Function of the Gut-Brain Axis with Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs-March 3rd

Improving Function of the Gut-Brain Axis with Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs-March 3rd 2018-02-20T13:25:38+00:00

 

1-5pm

The seminar will cover the following
topics:
 The brain’s top-down signaling for gut function
 Brainstem neuroanatomy as it applies to the gut-brain axis
 Biomarkers available to assess brain function
 Bedside clinical exams to assess brain and gut function
 Similarities in cerebral processing of chronic pain and chronic gut dysfunction
 Clinical presentation of dysautonomia
 Dysautonomia and gut dysfunction
 Neurological assessment techniques for the autonomic nervous system
 Leaky gut and the blood brain barrier
 Concussions and their impact on gut function
 Chinese medicine pattern differentiation for dysautonomia
 Acupuncture strategies for autonomic nervous system imbalance
 Acupuncture strategies for vagal nerve stimulation
 Chinese herbal medicine strategies for gut-brain dysfunction

The seminar is taught by Dr. Amy Moll DAOM. Amy practices functional neurology and
specializes in neurological disorders and concussion recovery. She is a faculty member of
the Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation and adjunct faculty for the
AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine’s doctoral program, teaching neurological
exam techniques and applied clinical neuroscience to healthcare providers.

$89-To sign up, e-mail Amy at amy@acupunctureneurology.com