The role of microbiotica and the autonomic innervation of the gut in chronic inflammation, an osteopathic approach met Bruno Donatini DO
Opleidingsinstituut: Panta Rhei
Small bowel dysbioses frequently lead to chronic inflammation, metabolic disease, dysimmunity, some cancers and perhaps depression.
The measure of exhaled hydrogen or of methylacetate enables to distinguish three main types of dysbioses (bacterial overgrowth).
The alteration of the left vagal nerve and the role of viruses or toxics frequently explain the gastroduodenal paresia which causes dysbioses.
Gastroduodenal anatomy, visualized by echography, will be demonstrated as well as osteopathic manoeuvers and electrostimulation of the left vagal nerve.
Echography confirms the diagnosis, the impact of osteopathic maneuvers and the amplitude of gastro-duodenal emptying. The elasticity of the liver gives hints on the inflammation and is correlated with hyaluronic acid destruction. This latter parameter is correlated with the risk of aging, osteoporosis or cancer.
This cascade of complications can be prevented with appropriate dietary intake, physical exercises, electrostimulation of the left vagal nerve and osteopathy.