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The Gut-Bladder Connection - Illuminating Chronic Urinary Conditions with Advanced Stool Testing

Join Dr. Amy Rolfson for an compelling presentation on the gut-bladder connection hosted by our friends at Integrative Practitioner. Dr. Rolfsen explains the role stool testing plays in managing and healing chronic bladder conditions.

Learn about this critical paradigm and learn how the gut and bladder are intricately connected.

Dr. Rolfsen discusses the complex continuum of chronic bladder concerns and share key clinical insights, including:

  • How gut health can impact bladder health
  • Ways to simplify chronic urinary conditions such as interstitial cystitis, overactive bladder, chronic urinary tract infections, culture-negative infections, and urinary biofilms
  • How the GI-MAP® test works as a tool for long-term management of urinary concerns
  • Important diet, lifestyle, and nutrients that can repair the gut-bladder connection
 
Amy Rolfsen, ND

Presented by Amy Rolfsen, ND

Dr. Amy Rolfsen is a naturopathic doctor and medical consultant. Her areas of clinical interest and expertise are; women’s wellness, children’s health, immunology and gastrointestinal health. Dr. Rolfsen is continually working on mastering her craft. She is drawn to gentle, non-invasive techniques and will incorporate a combination of nutrition, botanicals, Chinese medicine, manual therapies, energetic therapies and pharmaceuticals, tailoring treatment plans to each individual.

Dr. Rolfsen runs her own clinic where she sees patients in-person and also consults with international clients. She works with people who are seeking guidance in understanding their health and taking steps toward perfecting their physical, mental and emotional health.
 

 

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