April 12-14, 2019
“SIBO & The Microbiome”
Milwaukee, WI, September 18, 2018—Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) can lead to major health issues in patients. It can also be difficult to treat. Practical clinical information and support from colleagues who have been successful at treating SIBO is at the heart of the annual Integrative SIBO Conference to be held April 12-14, 2019, at the W Seattle, 1112 4th Avenue, Seattle, Washington.
This brand new program will showcase a variety of advanced topics as they relate to Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) and the master MICROBIOME. With momentum picking up in our 3rd year hosting the Integrative SIBO Conference, we will host a brand-new line-up of international speakers, as well as several alumni who will take the stage to contribute their expertise as exclusive guest panelists. This world-class event is now internationally recognized, and this year will be welcoming experts in the field of immunology and veterinary medicine!
12 CEU/CME credits to be applied for; qualifies for MDs, DOs, NDs, DCs and Nurse Practitioners
Click Here for more information on the event, speakers, special conference hotel rates, and to register!
To read some takeaways from last year’s conference, click here.
“Research and clinical information on SIBO is constantly changing and improving,” said Dr. Audra Mehan, Executive Director. “That’s why an annual conference like this is so important to healthcare professionals.”
About Synergy CME Resource Group, Inc.
Synergy CME Resource Group is an independent, nonprofit, medical organization dedicated to the development and presentation of continuing medical education programs designed for physicians and other healthcare professionals. The mission of Synergy CME Resource Group is to improve public health by supporting the creation and provision of educational opportunities meant to advance the skills and knowledge of physicians and other healthcare professionals. In addition, Synergy CME Resource Group operates in the pursuit of broadening the array of educational programs for medical subspecialties that are currently being underserved or overlooked. For more information, visit http://www.synergycmegroup.com/.
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