ABOUT US

© 2017 NEUROVANNA. PROUDLY CREATED WITH WIX.COM

  • Grey Facebook Icon
  • Grey Twitter Icon
  • Grey YouTube Icon

Questions?

Neurovanna is owned and operated by Drs. Rebecca and Bradley Bush. Their Brain-Gut approach to health is a corner stone to their medical practices and the reason behind their passion to assess and address SIBO. 

651-342-0427

Lab

847-508-1692

Sales Support

Recorded Webinars

Webinar "Introduction to SIBO part 1: What, Why and How to Test" by Bradley Bush, ND

This is the first of a 3-part SIBO webinar series that will provide the essentials required to properly test for SIBO. Dr. Bush will define and describe the common patients presenting with SIBO. He will detail physical exam findings and explain how to incorporate breath testing to properly assess SIBO activity. Preparation diet, interfering factors and tips to improve the patients testing experience will be reviewed. 

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) is responsible for 50-80% of all IBS and is commonly the root cause of patient's leaky gut and acquired food sensitivities. Besides classic GI symptoms of gas, bloating, diarrhea and constipation; SIBO can also be the root cause behind headaches, fatigue, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia, muscle weakness, joint pains, chronic inflammation and neuropathic disorders.

Attendees of this lecture will:

 

  • have a better understanding of the astrological and extra-GI symptoms caused by SIBO. 

  • learn how to screen patient's for breath testing.

  • be able to diagnosis SIBO.

  • implement and personalize treatment protocols to address SIBO.

  • learn how to get more training on the topic of SIBO.

Introduction to SIBO part 2: Test Result Interpretation

OBJECTIVE

This is the second of a 3-part SIBO webinar series that will provide the essentials required to properly diagnose and treat SIBO. In this lecture, Dr. Bush will define and describe the common patients presenting with SIBO. He will discuss how to incorporate breath testing to properly assess SIBO activity and how this may change your treatment strategies. 

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) is responsible for 50-80% of all IBS and is commonly the root cause of patient's leaky gut and acquired food sensitivities. Besides classic GI symptoms of gas, bloating, diarrhea and constipation; SIBO can also be the root cause behind headaches, fatigue, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia, muscle weakness, joint pains, chronic inflammation and neuropathic disorders.

Attendees of this lecture will:

 

  • learn how to screen patient's for breath testing.

  • be able to diagnosis SIBO.

  • implement and personalize treatment protocols to address SIBO.

  • learn how to get more training on the topic of SIBO. 

Introduction to SIBO part 3: Treatment Protocols and Personalization

OBJECTIVE

This is the 3rd and final SIBO webinar in our introductory webinar series that will provide treatment protocols and tip to personalize treatments for Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO).

In this lecture, Dr. Bush will review general treatment protocols involving herbal antibiotics, prescriptive antibiotics, diet changes, and the Elemental Diet. Dr. Bush will also discuss prokinetic treatment options and ways to improve digestion to reduce SIBO reoccurrence. 

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) is responsible for 50-80% of all IBS and is commonly the root cause of patient's leaky gut and acquired food sensitivities. Besides classic GI symptoms of gas, bloating, diarrhea and constipation; SIBO can also be the root cause behind headaches, fatigue, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia, muscle weakness, joint pains, chronic inflammation and neuropathic disorders.

Attendees of this lecture will:

• be familiar with general SIBO treatment protocols.

• learn to personalize treatment protocols based on breath test results.

• understand prokinetics and when to use them.

• know digestive support options to help reduce SIBO reoccurrence.

Webinar "SIBO-Liver-Estrogen Dominance Connection" by Bradley Bush, ND

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) is a common disorder resulting in common gastrointestinal symptoms but is also a major clinical factor effecting estrogen metabolism and one of the root causes behind premenstrual symptoms, states of estrogen dominance and possibly polycystic ovarian syndrome. Genetic connections between estrogen excesses, anxiety and SIBO will be discussed.

This will be a clinical presentation with case studies reviewing laboratory work-ups and treatments. 

 

  • Attendees of this lecture will:

  • have a better understanding of SIBO effects to the gall bladder and liver.

  • be able to diagnosis SIBO as a cause behind estrogen excess.

  • have a better appreciation of genetic contributions to estrogen dominance and SIBO side effects of anxiety. 

  • learn how to get more training on the topic of SIBO.

Register for Upcoming Webinars