Introducing Female EcologiX™

Learn about the Female EcologiX™ vaginal health and microbiome profile, a new ground-breaking clinical tool from Invivo.


Description


Learn about the Female EcologiX™ vaginal health and microbiome profile, a new ground-breaking clinical tool from Invivo.

Disruption of the vaginal microbiota composition and function has been linked to a multitude of disorders, including; bacterial vaginosis, urinary tract infections, infertility and pregnancy complications.

Analysis and monitoring of the vaginal microbiota is therefore extremely important for health and can be used to inform treatment plans and lifestyle factors.

In this introductory 40 minute webinar, we will run through the technology behind the profile, the clinical utility of the profile and how to read the results.

There will also be time for Q&A.

We have a subsequent webinar with Sue Camp, MSc discussing the Oral EcologiX™ on the 6th August.

Speakers


  • Debbie Cotton, ND

    Debbie Cotton is an Australian-trained Naturopath and Herbalist with an Advanced Diploma in Naturopathic Medicine and a BHsc in Complementary Medicine. After relocating to the UK, Debbie continued her education graduating with an MA in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling from Middlesex University, as well as further diploma’s in body psychotherapy. Debbie has lectured at the renowned College of Naturopathic Medicine for over a decade. Her clinical work combines naturopathy, herbal medicine and relational body psychotherapy, working on the mind-body connection.

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