Functional Gastroenterology: Assessing and Addressing the Causes of Functional GI Disorders
- Author: Lewis-Sandberg, Steven
- Published: 2009
- Publisher: NCNM Press
- Number of pages: 150
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This book focuses on the underlying causes of functional GI disorders as well as their diagnosis, treatment, and management. Dr. Sandberg-Lewis, ND, draws on three decades of naturopathic practice to offer clinical pearls, as well as thorough review of the most recent literature on gastrointestinal physiology.
About the Author:
Steven Sandberg-Lewis, ND, DHANP is a 1978 graduate of NCNM. He supervises student clinicians at the Natural Health Center, drawing from his 33 years of primary care experience. He teaches or co-teaches two pathology and three gastroenterology courses at NCNM as well as x-ray practicum. Areas of clinical focus include manual medicine, digestive disorders and energetic psychology.