Resources to help integrate digital therapeutics in your practice.
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When the annual toll of IBS is an eye-watering $21 billion, accessible digital health solutions are more critical than ever for effective DGBI management. Here's what you need to know to ensure you're helping your patients access the best clinically proven tools and resources.
“Lily* was just so negative with a terrible mindset,” said dietitian Keren Reiser about a complex patient who came to her seeking support for over 20 years of issues. Realizing quickly that a dietary intervention was not the best course of action, Keren set Lily on a path to healing, thanks to gut-directed hypnotherapy.
Get to know the Nerva program and learn how to support your patients through the first six weeks with this practical guide to gut-directed hypnotherapy.
Nutritionist Dr. Brad Leech appeared on Body+Soul’s Healthy-ish podcast to answer the question all IBS practitioners are asking: “So, what the hell IS gut-directed hypnotherapy?”
These are the gut health conferences and events coming up around the world that belong in your calendar, with many offering virtual attendance options so no one misses out.
At the IBS Frontiers Summit, Dr. Emma Halmos of Monash University shared her insights into dietary therapies for IBS management.
Building patient confidence is key to optimizing outcomes, said gastroenterologist Dr. May Wong at the the IBS Frontiers Summit.
“Women with IBS are more likely to experience prolapse, urinary urgency, fecal incontinence, and sexual dysfunction,” said Dr. Angela Khera in her discussion into managing IBS patients with pelvic floor dysfunction.
Leading expert Dr. Bill Chey shared his insights into integrated care, integrated medicine, precision medicine, and digital health at the IBS Frontiers Summit.
Dr. Simone Peters knows most IBS patients are familiar with the kind of hypnotherapy they’ve seen on TV where “people are clucking like chickens and doing other horrendously embarrassing things.”
“One survey reported that the majority of IBS patients would give up 10 to 15 years of life expectancy for an instant cure,” said GI psychologist Dr. Megan Riehl in her IBS Frontiers Summit presentation.
Supporting patients with overlapping GI conditions and eating disorders may be complex, but it is possible says registered dietitian Beth Rosen.
Dr. Lela Altman is a naturopathic doctor who alleviated symptoms and expanded the ultra-restrictive diet of a complex senior patient with SIBO, drastically improving her quality of life through gut-directed hypnotherapy. This case study details Dr. Altman’s approach over a two-year period.
This case study examines how naturopathic doctor Kim Bretz challenged a complex patient to try a simple plan of gut-directed hypnotherapy rather than a dietary intervention to address her gut-brain interaction disorder.
This case study examines how integrative health GP Dr. Shamistra Barathan used comprehensive education and support to help her patient believe her mind really was impacting her gut symptoms.
When *Sarah began emailing dietitian Miriam Mullard photos of her gut twice a day to illustrate her bloating, it was evident that anxiety played a significant role in her IBS symptoms. By guiding her through a dietary intervention alongside gut-directed hypnotherapy, Miriam was able to help Sarah reclaim her life.
When a patient in her early 70s first came to dietitian Erin O’Neill from Diet vs. Disease for help, she had been experiencing poor gut health for the past 30 years. However, when she revealed her lifelong meditation practice, Erin knew she could be an ideal candidate for the Nerva program.
When a patient presented with a 10-year history of diarrhea and debilitating gut health, Michael Smith of Planet Naturopath was ready to set them up for success with a simple approach focused on reducing anxiety.
Watch Dr. Meghan Riehl from GI OnDEMAND in conversation with Nerva co-creator Dr. Simone Peters about the critical role psychological therapies play in managing IBS.
If you’re considering introducing Nerva to your patients, one of their first questions is likely to be a somewhat skeptical, ‘So, what exactly does my mind have to do with my IBS?’ Nerva Co-Creator Dr. Simone Peters from Monash University was interviewed on Australia’s Radio National and shared how she too moved from hypnotherapy doubter to leading expert, with clinically validated research to back her claims.
“When most of my patients first arrive, they are worried they’ll cluck like a chicken,” said Dr. Simone Peters in her recent podcast appearance on Gastro Girl, an American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) education partner.
We’ve collated six of the best professional development courses for dietitians to help you expand your career, keep abreast of the latest research, and better support your patients.
When the holiday season rolls around, there may be long stretches of time between appointments with your patients. If you know you might not be seeing your clients during this busy time and want to ensure they are staying on track with your treatment plans and protocols, here’s what you can do to support them through to the new year.
At a time when more and more people are learning about the connection between stress, anxiety, and common stomach problems, NPR’s Allison Aubrey took a moment to explore the gut-brain connection, as well as the benefits of gut-directed hypnotherapy with Dr Megan Riehl from GI OnDEMAND, one of Mindset Health’s clinical partners
The Nerva program is a six-week gut-directed hypnotherapy program that helps patients manage their irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms.
Rebecca* was referred to me by her family doctor in May 2021. She had been experiencing persistent digestive issues since 2013. She had been diagnosed with IBS, and also had a history of depression and anxiety.
Mindset Health is running a randomized clinical trial in partnership with Monash University comparing the efficacy of an app-delivered gut-directed hypnotherapy program with psychoeducation in patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
This webinar with Dr. Christina Jagielski explores the complex factors that contribute to disorders of gut-brain interaction.
We spoke to Accredited Practicing Dietitian, Joanna Baker, from Everyday Nutrition about what to do when the low FODMAP diet fails.
Mindset Health speaks with Dr. Simone Peters about gut-directed hypnotherapy, diagnosing IBS, and the gut-brain axis.