Musculoskeletal Health: How Nutrition Holds they Key
Gout, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, autoimmune arthritis, sports injuries, hypermobility syndromes, chronic backache - musculoskeletal problems are highly prevalent and continue to rise. This seminar will explore the underlying causes of pain, fatigue and disability in the muscles, joints and bones, and will discuss how to personalise nutrition interventions to the needs of each individual client/patient to get the chance of improvement.
We'll be looking at the evidence for specific diet, lifestyle and nutritional supplement interventions. We'll explore how these work both mechanistically (to alter biochemical pathways) and in the real world, in terms of improving patients' symptoms and quality of life.
Come along and get involved in some of the great discussions taking place at our practitioner seminars!
CPD Value: 4.5 hours (BANT and NNA approved)
Cost: All live events are subject to a £39.95 booking fee. Upon completion of the seminar you will receive your CPD Certificate and a £15 voucher to be redeemed against any Pharma Nord products purchased directly from Pharma Nord UK.
Times: Tea/coffee and Registration begains at 9.30am. The seminar begins at 10.00am and will conclude at 4.00pm. Lunch and refreshments will be provided along with a £15 voucher and free products.
Registered Nutritional Therapist and Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner
Sue’s nutrition journey started when managing a safari camp in Botswana – although she didn’t know it then. She then moved to Windhoek, Namibia and opened a restaurant. She realised her passion was not in the kitchen but in the application of nutritional science to create health, so sold her business and relocated to the UK to study again.
She completed a BSc and MSC in Personalised Nutrition and then spent 5 years working in Clinical Education with the functional testing laboratories. She completed her Practitioner Certification with the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM) in November 2019. Sue currently runs her own private practice, has consultancy contracts, and leads the nutrition team for the HealthMatters Group in central London.