In this session, Toronto naturopathic doctor Christine Cho discusses whether the food you eat can impact your pain. Learn more about healthy foods to include in your diet as well as foods that trigger inflammation. Christine will also review what the most common nutrition recommendations are for people with chronic pain as well as for those who are looking to live a healthier life.

Dr. Christine Cho ND completed her naturopathic medical education at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine after graduating from the University of Toronto. She comes from a background of elite athletics, having played basketball at both the collegiate and professional level. Christine treats individuals with a variety of conditions, including pain management, digestive issues, weight management, hormone related concerns, and stress related illness.

Christine utilizes a combination of nutrition and lifestyle modification, acupuncture, botanical medicine, and nutritional supplementation as key components of her treatment protocols. She currently practices in a multidisciplinary setting at The Pain & Wellness Centre in Maple, Ontario and the Toronto Specialty Rapid Access Clinic in North York. For more information, check out her website at www.drchristinecho.com.


The webinars can be accessed remotely from any computer, tablet or mobile phone provided you have an internet connection.


If you cannot attend in real time, please still register and you will automatically receive a link to the recording of the webinar which can be viewed at any time.

Date(s)

Thursday, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Registration Contact

Self Management Ontario

1 844 301 6389

Registration Fee

Free

May

28

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