Musculoskeletal Disorders Connected with the Intestine

CONFERENCE POSTPONED due to the emergency situation and in compliance with the provisions of the competent authorities!

Human beings, as well as all living beings, must feed themselves daily with food which, through the digestion process, provides them with the right energy and the right nutrients to survive. It is well-known that in everyday life we ​​are continually urged to digest, in addition to food, also people and situations, which often, even common language says, “just don’t go down there”.

When the normal physiological and energetic processes of the digestive system in general and of the intestine in particular stop, problems with the musculoskeletal system develop, with more or less evident repercussions on our locomotor system.

Alberto Allas, Physiotherapist and Osteopath, will illustrate the basic physiological principles of the Intestine, also known as the First Brain, in a fusion of western scientific notions and teachings of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Understanding how our body works will help us interpret the signals and prevent certain pathologies or intervene in time.

The conference will take place at Studio Olistico, Viale Coni Zugna 5/a, Milan, Italy:

Free entrance upon reservation.

For further information and/or reservations: vegon.eb@gmail.com

 

Date

Feb 25 2020

Time

19:00 - 20:30

Cost

free

Location

Studio Olistico
Milano
Category
VegON

Organizer

VegON
Email
info@vegon.net
Website
https://www.vegon.net

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