Advanced GI Topics Seminar Series: Steven Sandberg-Lewis, ND, DHANP
Join us for a lively day with Dr. Steven Sandberg-Lewis as we dive deep into a variety of gastrointestinal conditions! We will get getting NANCEAC 7.5 CEUs and are excited to have you join us. The event will start 8:30AM PST and run till 5PM PST. For a full list of learning objectives and agenda, please visit: http://bit.ly/SSL-Event-Page
- Treating Reflux-Gastric Acids Role in GERD and Its Complications The Bigger Story
- Proton Pump Inhibitors - Actions, Side-Effects, Weaning & Appropriate Use
- Clinical Utility of Heidelberg Testing and Interpretation of pH Tracings
- H pylori's Central Role in Priming the Immune System
- Evaluation and Management of Chronic Unrelenting Nausea
- Altered GI Anatomy: Nutritional and Case Management Considerations
- A Brief Overview of Homeopathy for GI Conditions
Lead Speaker Bio:
Dr. Sandberg-Lewis has been practicing since 1978, is a professor of gastroenterology at National University of Natural Medicine and has a private practice at Hive Mind Medicine in Portland, Oregon, USA firstname.lastname@example.org.
He lectures, presents webinars and interviews internationally on issues of digestive health. He is the author of the medical textbook Functional Gastroenterology: Assessing and Addressing the Causes of Functional Digestive Disorders, Second Edition, 2017. His column Functional Gastroenterology Bolus appears periodically in the Townsend Letter.
Within gastroenterology, he has special interest and expertise in inflammatory bowel disease (including microscopic colitis), irritable bowel syndrome (including post-infectious IBS), Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), hiatal hernia, gastroesophageal and bile reflux (GERD), biliary dyskinesia, and chronic states of nausea and vomiting.
Dr. Sandberg-Lewis lives in Portland with his wife, Kayle. His interests include mandolin, guitar, walking, writing and lecturing.
Guest Speaker Bio:
Dr. Roz Donovan is a native Vermonter who grew up applying natural medicines to horses on her familys farm and practicing massage on horseback riders. During her training as a Naturopathic physician, she sought and received hands-on training from herbalists and a botanist in her community. Dr. Donovan interned in mental health and general medicine. She received advanced training mentorships in TBI and GI health.
After graduating from NUNM, she spent 3 years working under the supervision of Bree Benjamin-Greenberg in an eating disorder focused outpatient clinic in Vermont. She returned to Portland to accept a residency with Dr. Steven Sandberg-Lewis and Kayle Sandberg-Lewis to focus further on gastrointestinal and brain health. She practices Neurofeedback, Naturopathic medicine, focused on gut health, and bodywork.
Areas of interest include: Migraines, and other headaches, insomnia, ADHD, brain injury, anxiety and depression, eating disorders, chronic infections, mold and mycotoxin illness, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and SIBO.
All classes will be held on Zoom
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