Dr. John Gannage, MD, CCFP
|A leading provider of Integrative Medicine, offering health services as a licensed medical doctor to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and beyond since 1992.
Markham Integrative Medicine Clinic
|A clinic founded by Dr. John Gannage specializing in the integration of conventional and complementary medicine, located near historic downtown Markham.
EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT Saturday, January 30, 2016
in Calgary, AB:
"Integrative Medicine for Children's Mental Health"
presented by Dr. John Gannage, MD, CCFP
An examination of the research and clinical application of nutrition and environmental medicine principles pertaining to brain development, children and their mental health conditions, including ASD and ADHD. Dr. Gannage will draw upon his extensive clinical expertise, with case presentations and management protocols, to assist attending clinicians. Since 2014, this program has received many accolades from past attendees, owing to the quality of the material and insightful discussion.
Sponsored by Mindful and CSOM
Generous support from the Lotte & John Hecht Memorial Foundation
This CME event in Calgary is uniquely offered as complimentary for MDs, NDs, Nutritionists, and other allied health professionals. Space is limited.
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Sponsored by Mindful and Orthomolecular Health, Dr. Gannage has presented for the SPREAD the HEALTH Lecture Series at U of T.
Creating Healthy Minds in Children: Nutritional & Environmental Factors.
Between the ages of twelve and seventeen, one in five youth will develop a diagnosable mental health issue. Psychological, social and nutritional support are critical to prevent mental illness and ensure proper neuro-development. In this talk Dr. Gannage explains that mental health conditions are not solely genetic, but also an expression of a child's interaction with his or her environment.
Nutritional Support for Kids with Autism & Aspergers
presented by Natasha Klemm & Dr. John Gannage, MD. May 28, 2014, Toronto.
ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) affects 1 in 88 children. Over 79% of children with ASD don't have an identified genetic abnormality leading to impaired neurological development. Instead, ASD is a whole body disease, composed of nutrient deficiencies and functional abnormalities throughout the body. Diet and nutritional therapies show promise in treating these abnormalities, enhancing neurodevelopment and improving behaviours. This lecture explores the basics of neurodevelopment and nutrition, nutritional deficiencies and food allergies/sensitivities as they apply to ASD. It also discusses strategies for supporting your child's unique nutritional needs.
What is Integrative Medicine? Dr. Gannage Explains...
|Integrative Medicine is the simultaneous application of orthodox, conventional Western medicine and unorthodox complementary health practices with the sole purpose of securing improved patient outcomes.