Mar 22, 2018
Functional Gastroenterology Practicum with Dr Steven Sandberg-Lewis
and Dr Nirala Jacobi, The SIBO Doctor
Registration Now Open
Limited to 100 Seats.
Early Bird Available.
10-11 November 2018
Tweed Heads, NSW Australia
Dr Nirala Jacobi is in conversation with Dr Steven
Sandberg-Lewis. Dr Sandberg-Lewis is a highly regarded
and well known naturopathic physician. He has been a professor at
the National University of Naturopathic
Medicine (NUNM) since 1985, in Portland, Oregon. Dr
Sandberg-Lewis has a part-time clinical practice and is the author
of several Townsend Letter award-winning articles, and of the
medical textbook ‘Functional
Gastroenterology, Assessing and Addressing the Causes of Functional
Digestive Disorders’. He has also been named one of the
Top Docs in Portland Oregon in 2014.
Topics discussed include:
- How did Dr Steven Sandberg-Lewis (Dr SSL) first learn about
- Gastrointestinal conditions with underlying connections to
SIBO, such as Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH), and Crohn’s
- EXCLUSIVE EVENT
- November 7th - 8th, 2018 in Australia (Gold Coast TBA)
- 2 Day Functional Gastroenterology Physical Exam workshop, in
person, with Dr SSL.
for more information
- 100 participants only
- What else can we expect from the Functional Gastroenterology
Physical Exam workshop?
- Reflex point assessment
- Combination techniques
- Secretion points
- Bennett’s points on the cranium and abdomen
- How to learn if the ileocecal valve is open or closed
- Riddler’s points
- Physical exam for gastroenterology - how to assess your
- Visceral techniques such as manual correction of hiatal
- The prevalence of hiatal hernias in different populations and
what it can cause, e.g. reflux, anxiety, constipation issues,
- What is the difference between a true sliding hiatal hernia and
hiatal hernia syndrome?
- What symptoms can be expected with sliding hiatal hernia, and
how does it relate to SIBO?
- Who first developed this technique?
- Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
- Kinesiology in relationship to Functional Gastroenterology
- Quantum Reflex Analysis use in the clinical setting.
- Manual corrections of the digestive tract
- Ileocecal valve manoeuvre as related to SIBO.
- Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and the hypotonic ileocecal valve.
- Reasons for tenderness of the ileocecal valve on physical
- Dr SSL’s clinical experience of ileocecal valve
- Hiatal hernias and the link to arrhythmias.
- Ileocecal valve tone and the relationship to adrenal
- Dr Jacobi’s advice for documented hiatal hernia patients
- 500mL of water in the morning on an empty stomach, then do
20-30 heel drops. The weight of the water will pull the stomach
- Exercises to do after the hiatal adjustment to assist visceral
- The link between the client’s emotional body and their physical
conditions, and how to integrate this into a clinical setting with
- Neurofeedback - the importance of points Fp1 and Fp2.
- The link between constipation, hiatal hernia, and anxiety.
- Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET) for emotional clearing.