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VicHerbs

VicHerbs

25 May 2017 7:30 pm

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The Collingwood Library 11 Stanton St, Abbotsford VIC 3067, Australia

THIS MONTH AT VICHERBS...
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VICHERBS PRESENTS
MARK PAYNE:
METABOLIC CARDIOLOGY

Join us at our next chapter meeting where Naturopath Mark Payne will discuss with us the ever-relevant topic of metabolic cardiology.  Mark's principle interest is in the metabolic treatment of cardiovascular disease, with a focus on vascular endothelial dysfunction in the management of atherosclerosis, hypertension, endotoxin load, insulin resistance and the cardiometabolic effects of Type II Diabetes Mellitus. With his extensive clinical experience helping patients navigate their way through cardiovascular disease, Mark will share with us his knowledge and expertise on the importance of addressing this growing issue and will explore the therapeutic and lifestyle interventions available to us as complementary medicine practitioners to assist our own patients to reclaim their health and wellbeing. 

 
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ABOUT MARK
BHSc (Nat), GCert (Wellness), MEd (CPEP)

Mark is a Naturopath and Senior Lecturer of Biosciences at Endeavour College of Natural Medicine with over 20 years of clinical experience in health care. In private practice, Mark has a keen interest in cardiovascular health and the application of both complementary and lifestyle medicine approaches to wellness.  He is actively involved in several research projects including the antimicrobial effects of essential oils, the health benefits of green exercise and forest bathing, and the influence of emotion on student learning.

 
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