Implementing GI-MAP in Clinical Practice

Implementing GI-MAP in Clinical Practice

Implementing GI-MAP in Clinical Practice

Learn how to integrate the GI-MAP stool test into a busy clinical practice to achieve life-changing clinical results for patients. Stool test results can be overwhelming to interpret and creating an easy patient program from a set of complex lab values can be challenging.

Please join Dr. Daniel Kalish for a clinical application workshop that will explain how to implement the GI-MAP stool test and use it to create clinically impactful patient outcomes.

  • Learn how to design supplement programs based on microbiome testing
  • Understand the critical role that gallbladder and pancreatic enzyme markers play in healing chronic gut problems from SIBO to Candida
  • Integrate anti-microbial treatments for parasites, bacterial overgrowth, and yeast problems into a larger health plan that also incorporates diet and lifestyle changes that patients can easily follow

Presented by Dan Kalish, DC, IFMCP

Dr. Daniel Kalish is dedicated to teaching doctors Functional Medicine philosophy and practices. Through The Kalish Institute’s educational programs he has trained over 1,000 practitioners worldwide in The Kalish Method which solves patient challenges through a proven lab based approach.

In May 2016 a research study published by two Mayo Clinic researchers confirmed the efficacy of the Kalish Method showing significant improvements in GI health and quality of life in the study participants. The study was based on Dr. Kalish’s model of Functional Medicine based on 25 years of successful clinical results. Graduates of The Kalish Institute include practitioners ranging from Dr. Mercola’s medical staff to Mayo Clinic and Cleveland Clinic physicians.


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