I’ve been trying to wriggle my way out of perpetually presenting on this topic.  I guess, like the poor patients afflicted by them, theses stories and my preoccupation with how to help, has kept me awake many a night and once apparently ‘resolved’, returned on many an occasion…every time, in fact, I hear another heart-breaking story of a child with a chronic infestation that is ‘slipping through the gaps’ in diagnosis, support and successful management. This recording brings together all the very latest research with the most explicit prescriptive protocols (CAM & pharmaceutical) with one of my patient cases that has so much to teach us all. So this is the last time (yes the last time 🙄, hold me to it!!!) I’ll be releasing a talk on the little critters: Enterobius vermicularis.


Intestinal Worms – Impacts on Health and Overall Wellbeing

Are you faced with families coming undone because of one child’s behaviour – whether that’s aggression, emotional lability or just serious sleep problems? Are you treating patients with recurrent or treatment-resistant Dientamoeba fragilis?
Enterobius vermicularis is more commonly known as Threadworm and is a pervasive issue that remains frequently mis- or un-diagnosed in children and adults. In this 1 hour presentation we will look at chronic manifestations, how threadworms negatively heath across the board. We look at the very latest research not just on the impact of these sometimes insidious infestations but also the very latest on complementary medicine treatments and the potentially important role for pharmaceuticals. As practitioners, we don’t currently have all the solutions but we need to keep the conversation going, as we continue to encounter patients with pervasive problems that can bring the world and wellbeing of a little one (and their family) quite undone.  This is the final (fingers crossed!) instalment on the topic of Enterobius from Rachel and constitutes the culmination of all the years of research & experience, into her most detailed discussion yet.
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