Increasing success of Microbiome Restorative Therapy (MBRT) by treating biofilm

Duration: 47:52

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Course Description

A well-functioning microbiome can make up 80% of the immune system. Microbiome Restorative Therapy (MBRT) can be an important treatment for animals with compromised immune systems and issues including IBD, allergies, pancreatitis, EPI, hepatic and kidney disease, autoimmune disease, cancer and behavioral problems. Developing the terrain of the recipient’s GI tract is the key to successful MBRT.

Things to Learn

In this lecture, we will discuss the use of medical ozone as an important factor in reducing the biofilm of the colon and mouth, in order to achieve a better outcome.

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About Instructor

Margo Roman, DVM, CVA, COT, CPT

Dr. Margo Roman graduated from the Veterinary College at Tuskegee Institute of Alabama, Interned at Angell Memorial, was faculty of Tufts University, teaching anatomy, physiology and acupuncture. She consulted as veterinarian in an IACUC for Creature Biomolecule in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, studying osteogenic proteins. She created the Dr.DoMore documentary preview and is a national and international speaker on integrative topics. Dr. Roman’s integrative practice, Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton (M.A.S.H.), offers Functional nutrition, Microbiome Restorative Therapy, Homeopathy, Medical Ozone, Ultraviolet Blood therapy, acupuncture, herbs, conventional medicine and more.

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  • 1 Lesson
  • 1 Quiz
  • Course Certificate