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    Webinar Recording: Endometriosis & the Inflammatory Trail- The Role of Acupuncture in Treatment

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    Where: Online

    CPE: 1.5 CPE point

    Access: Webinar recordings can be watched at any time.

    Endometriosis & the Inflammatory Trail- The Role of Acupuncture in Treatment

    This webinar brings together recent research regarding the common genetic link between endometriosis, depression and gut issues. 

    This webinar will provide the basis for the link between these conditions and an explanatory model of systemic inflammation. This will link to autoimmune conditions and inflammation generally as seen through a TCM lens, and the research evidence for acupuncture in the treatment of these conditions.

    Kate will describe case studies and common clinical findings that support the research literature linking these conditions.

    Dr Kate Levett- Acupuncturist

    Dr Kate Levett is an Acupuncturist, educator and researcher, specialising in women’s health and maternity epidemiology. She is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney School of Medicine, and an adjunct Fellow at the NICM Health Research Institute at Western Sydney University. 

    She has recently received an NHMRC Early Career Fellowship, leading a collaboration of investigators in a large prospective meta-analysis of independent childbirth education and its effect on maternal and neonatal outcomes.

    Kate completed her PhD at NICM Health Research Institute, Western Sydney University, and has a Masters in Public Health (Epidemiology) from the University of Sydney, and an undergraduate degree in Education (University of Sydney) and Health Sciences (Acupuncture) at the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences, Brisbane. 

    She specialises in complementary therapies for women’s health and life transitions.

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