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 Powers Physical Therapy, LLC, 1247 Washington Road, Suite 28, Rye, NH 03870

Nutrition Workshop

A workshop with information on what and how to eat to reduce pain and inflammation. Powers Physical Therapy will be working with Erin Holt Health to provide this information to you.

About the workshop:

Chronic inflammation is at the root of a wide range of diseases, and how we eat impacts inflammation and pain. Unfortunately, our modern diet is high in foods that promote inflammation, yet low in foods that can ward off inflammation.

 

Furthermore, our digestive tract does everything from digest food, to modulate metabolism, to regulate the immune system, to influence mental health. If there is an imbalance in the gut, symptoms will show up in parts of the body that appear to have no connection to the digestive system. Good gut health is necessary to keep inflammation and pain in check, and for overall systemic health.

  • Leaky gut.

  • Gut Dysbiosis

  • Chronic disease states that are affected by gut problems.

  • "Healthy" foods you might be eating that can contribute to inflammation.

  • Foods that fight inflammation.

  • Supplements to reduce pain and inflammation - and improve gut health.

  • Lifestyle medicine you can implement today!

In this 2 hour workshop, we will discuss diet & lifestyle factors that can lead to health problems, as well as explore ways to build a resilient gut, and keep inflammation at bay. Topics will include:

  • Chronic pain & inflammation

  • Digestive problems

  • Anxiety & mood disorders

  • Autoimmune issues

  • Figuring out the best path to a healthful diet

This workshop is for you if you struggle with:

 

Erin's Bio:

 

Erin Holt has studied nutrition and health for over a decade. She holds a degree in Nutrition & Dietetics, is a holistic health coach, a certified yoga teacher and is currently enrolled in a credentialed program for functional nutrition. Erin promotes real food and self care. After suffering health issues for most of her life without any conventional answers (digestive issues, eating disorders, anxiety, autoimmune disease), she turned to alternative medicine and functional nutrition for her recovery. This is the way she runs her practice today.

If you would like more information on this program you can fill out the form below or call the office at:

The dates and times of the workshop are TBD and will based based on patient feedback and availablity.