Saturday 30th June 2012 9.30–5.30
Take advantage of our EARLY BIRD OFFER now extended to 10th May 2012: £75
Bookings after 10th May 2012: £85 ION members/students: £70
As we are being asked to exercise more, this Conference will address both how to ensure healthy bones, joints and muscles throughout life and deal with common disorders such as osteoporosis, arthritis and fi bromyalgia.
This exciting conference will explore the key roles of nutrition and the gut in the health of the musculoskeletal system.
The varied programme has a wide range of highly respected speakers, including Professor Ebringer from King’s College; osteopath and naturopath Marcus Webb; Steve Hines, physical performance specialist at Fulham FC; Peter Cartwright, human microbiota specialist; Robyn Mason, specialist in gluten sensitivity; Tom Fox, sports scientist and clinical PNI practitioner from the Natura Foundation; Andrew Thomas, founder and managing director of healthcare company BetterYou; Alessandro Ferretti, clinical nutritionist and Paul Chamberlain, performance nutrition consultant. The Conference will be instrumental to any practitioner that may work with clients suffering from mobility problems, including Nutritional Therapists, complementary practitioners, physiotherapists, sports therapists, osteopaths and chiropractors, and anyone working in the fi eld of personal fitness.
For further information, please call Olga Hamilton on 020 8614 7800 or email Olga.Hamilton@ion.ac.uk
HALLAM CONFERENCE CENTRE, 44 HALLAM STREET, LONDON W1W 6JJ
To recent graduates and final year students:
We are offering a PG Cert in Clinical Practice (validated by Middlesex University). This would be of particular use to any of you who are working or are planning to work as a clinician in a training environment (osteopathic or otherwise) or equally to anyone who is interested in enhancing their skills in learning and teaching.
We are also delivering our Naturopathy module which, with some additional clinical experience and assessment, will enable you to gain our Naturopathic Diploma (ND). This is likely to be the last opportunity to gain an ND via this particular programme as all UK naturopathic training is currently undergoing realignment.
Our ND has been validated by the General Council and Register of Naturopaths (GCRN) and remains a recognised route into the profession only until such time as the new General Naturopathic Council (GCN) becomes fully operational.
If you are interested in the ND, but not the PGCert, then why not sign up for our Advanced Diploma in Osteopathy (ADO) at the same time! It consists of a Structured Personal Portfolio module (similar to your old friend the IPP) and two other modules – currently on offer are naturopathy and cranial! We may even be able to get credit for the cranial module if you’ve already done it.
For further information please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Lawrence ND DO MMedSci
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