GEACCREDITEERD door NRO en GNRPO | The role of microbiotica and the autonomic innervation of the gut in chronic inflammation, an osteopathic approach met Bruno Donatini DO

14 september 2020

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  • Anatomy and physiology of the gut (motricity and microbiota oriented)
  • Microbiota (3 enterotypes)
  • Motricity of the gut in practice (with and without ultrasound)
  • Etiologies of most frequent disturbances
  • Eosinophilic versus neutrophilic disorders
  • Treatments according to most frequent diseases
  • Osteopathic contribution


Clear description of the learning objectives

  1. Integrate new data on microbiota in clinical practice
    1. microbiota could be the cause of severe diseases
      1. overweight, inflammatory diseases (Crohn, ulcerative colitis, auto-immunity, etc..), cancers (e.g. Fusobacterium nucleatum), etc…
    2. New devices are available in usual practice. They help to diagnose dysbiosis and to control the efficacy of osteopathy associated with dietetic recommendations
  2. Increase medical knowledge in order to connect osteopathy to evidenced-based medicine
    1. check about fulfilment of prevention requirements
    2. increase medical knowledge about risk factors concerning the main causes of mortality or morbidity
      1. metabolic syndrome (hypertension, diabetes, overweight) and diet
      2. Cancers
  • Viral infections
  1. Neurodegenerative diseases
  1. Increase the detection of vagal disturbances
  2. Suggest hygieno-dietetic recommendations and osteopathic therapy to improve :
    1. Microbiota
    2. Immunity
    3. Vagal tone and myenteric activity
      1. Gastro-duodenal and gut voiding
      2. Osteoporosis, dizziness, etc.
    4. Muscle strength
    5. Autophagy


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