We invite you to join us for this eye-opening seminar on Mind Body Medicine (MBM). MBM focuses on how the mind influences the body, one of the most important areas in medicine. MBM is about the interactions of the brain, mind, body and behaviour, and how emotional, social, spiritual and behavioural factors can directly affect our health.
Professor Sali will discuss stress and it's role in the development of disease, how it can influence our immunity and all hormones in the body. Learn about different ways of dealing with stress and the health benefits of ‘Unloading’.
Professor Avni Sali AM MBBS PhD FRACS FACS FACNEM - Founder & Director of The National Institute of Integrative Medicine (NIIM), Member of the Order of Australia
Professor Sali is President of the International Council of Integrative Medicine and Member of the Scientific Board of European Congress for Integrative Medicine. Formerly he was Head of the Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak; Head of The University of Melbourne Dept of Surgery, Heidelberg Hospital and President of the Australasian Integrative Medicine Association.
As a highly sought after Integrative Medical expert, Professor Sali regularly contributes to a wide variety of publications in Australia and overseas. He is co-author of ‘A guide to Evidence-Based Integrative and Complementary Medicine’ published in 2011. Professor Sali is also on the editorial board of several medical journals and reviewer of articles for other health related publications.
His clinical expertise is treating complex and chronic diseases, particularly cancer. As a leader in his field and through his large body of work, he has inspired and led a new generation of doctors to the practice of Integrative Medicine.
In 2016, Professor Sali was honoured as a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for “significant service to integrative medicine as an educator, clinician and researcher, and to professional education.”
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