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CPD VOD | Women’s Heath and the HPA and HPG axes - Day 1

About This Webinar

This two-day split course will look at how dysregulation within the HPA and HPG axes and their complex interplay with other systems can manifest as different physiological symptoms and patterns of dysregulation.

It will provide new ideas for how to spot particularly relevant information in your client’s story and how to assess testing options.

The course will also review current literature regarding possible nutrition, supplementation and lifestyle interventions in specific contexts.

Finally, it will help practitioners understand more about what conventional treatments a client might be on, how to integrate with the wider team safely and effectively and what can be helpful to ask NHS clinicians to investigate.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: £178.00
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
MB BChir MA Hons (Cantab) IFMCP DipIM PG Cert DipION RYT200
Dr Nina Fuller-Shavel is a Functional and Integrative Medicine doctor with degrees in Medicine and Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, alongside further qualifications in nutrition, health coaching (FMCA), Functional Medicine (IFMCP), herbal medicine, integrative medicine, yoga and mindfulness.

Dr Fuller-Shavel is a Fellow of the College of Medicine, Vice Chair of the British Society for Integrative Oncology and the Director of The Synthesis Clinic, an award-winning multidisciplinary Functional and Integrative Medicine practice in Hampshire. Synthesis Clinic focuses on managing women’s health and hormones, gut health and mental wellbeing with a team of functional medicine doctors and nutrition, health coaching, psychology and physiotherapy professionals. Dr Nina specialises in complex multisystem women’s health cases and integrative support for women with breast and gynaecological cancers. Dr Fuller-Shavel also lectures, mentors and supports medical and nutrition professionals in the areas of women’s health (including hormones, mental wellbeing and gut health) and integrative oncology, alongside her work in precision health research.