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Gut Dysbiosis and MSK symptoms

Gut Dysbiosis and MSK symptoms

Gut Dysbiosis and MSK symptoms

Dr Ese Stacey
Dr Ese Stacey
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

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Launch date: 19 Apr 2018

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Last updated: 15 May 2018

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Presentation at BASEM Spring Conference 2018

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The importance of gut dysbiosis
The gut is emerging as a central immune organ, with the intestinal lining cells intimately connected in a symbiotic relationship with its gut microbiota. Dysfunctional gut microbiota, a situation called Gut dysbiosis (or leaky gut) can lead to low grade inflammation in the body. Low grade chronic inflammation is implicated as a causative factor in all chronic disease.

A vast array of both intestinal and non-intestinal symptoms may suggest gut dysbiosis in patients presenting with difficult to treat joint and soft tissue problems, including IBS, asthma, eczema, athletes foot and recurrent infections.

When managing resistant MSK cases, paying attention to the gut health offers a more valuable approach than using a purely biomechanical approach.
Dr Ese Stacey

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Dr Ese Stacey
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

. Doctor Ese Stacey MBBS, MRCGP, MSc (Sports Med), Dip US (distinction), FFSEM(UK) is a Consultant (on the specialist register) in Sport and Exercise Medicine and one of the foundation fellows of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FFSEM UK). She trained at St. Mary’s Hospital Medical school, London (now part of Imperial College), qualifying in 1990. She has worked in Elite Sport, in Rugby, Football, and Triathlon as well as working as Senior Clinical Lecture at the Academic Department of Sport and Exercise Medicine at the Royal London Hospital. She now works in private practice in London (BUPA and at The Elixir Clinic).

Ese has a particular interest in Gut Dysbiosis (abnormal gut microbe balance) as a causative factor in joint and soft tissue conditions that are resistant to conventional management.

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