Injury management & the future of medicine| Servaas Bingé

Day 1

Fieldside assessment & triage

  • pre-event planning
  • emergency assessment
  • working as a team
  • medical & other (non-traumatic) conditions

Future of medicine

  • Prevention vs. Treatment
  • Approaching the root-cause method
Day 2

Building blocks

  • DNA
  • Epigenetics
  • System assessment
    • Energy metabolism
    • Hormonal balance
    • Nutrition & the gut
    • Immunity & defence mechanisms
    • Detoxification & regeneration
  • Influence of mind & spirit

Topics include

  • (Chronic) Inflammation
  • GALT, and Mucosal Integrity
  • (Oxidative) stress
  • Metabolic syndrome

As head physician of the medical staff of Lotto-Soudal cycling team, Servaas Bingé wrote the book “Never to the doctor again” and “The List” from his experiences as a general practitioner and sports doctor, in which he empowers people to take matters into their own hands. In 2020, he wrote the book “18:6” on intermittent fasting.

He is co-founder of Emma.Health, founded on the belief that prevention is better than cure. As a Ghent-based start-up in the health industry, they offer a personalised health analysis through an online platform. The emma.health platform combines world-class science, technology and design in order to analyse your health risks and to Empower you through Medical Autonomy.

Servaas is the ideal man in this education to talk about the curative, but especially about the preventive role as a therapist. The starting point of every lecture is the ‘Healthitude’, the combination of ‘Health’ and ‘Attitude’, the attitude and the daily choices we make for our own health.

Location

IAO Headquarters
Kleindokkaai 3-5
BE-Ghent
+32 (0)9 233 04 03
info@osteopathy.eu

Accreditation

requested for BVBO
requested for NRO
requested for NOF

Price

€ 495

lunch, coffee, thee, etc. included
syllabus included
certificate of attendance

INJURY MANAGEMENT & FUTURE OF MEDICINE


September 25-26, 2020

8.30 am – 6.30 pm

English

Kleindokkaai 3-5

BE-Ghent

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