Sponsored Lunch and Learn Presentation*
11:30AM – 1:00 PM | Thursday, February 17, 2022
Speaker: Trupti Gokani, MD
The “psychobiome” is a term that many might not be familiar with but it is quickly becoming better known. It refers to the amazing connection between the gut microbiome and the brain. We’ve always known the gut and the brain communicated but new research has revealed this connection is much stronger than we ever imagined. Find out how gut microbiota can play a role in various neurological conditions, including anxiety, depression, and more in this powerful lecture.
About The Speakers: Trupti Gokani, MD
Trupti Gokani, MD is an award- winning, board-certified neurologist & success mindset
coach who has dedicated her life to developing a unique blend of modern medicine and ancient
philosophy. By melding these approaches, she’s become a highly sought-after speaker and health coach, sharing holistic wellness strategies with larger-than-life media personalities like Dr. Oz, global pharmaceutical giants like Teva, and coaching clients from all over the world. She has been a blogger for Huffington Post and served on the faculty for The Shift Network and Metagenics.
She is best known for her revolutionary integrative approach to treating migraine, one of the most disabling neurological conditions, through the The Zira Mind & Body Center which she founded in 2006. At the center, she offers expanded consultations focusing on brain health using her knowledge of gut-brain and the stress-mind-emotion aspect to discovering the root causes of disease. She has completed training as a Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming. She now uses this additional approach to help clients understand their unconscious mind programs which keeps them in repetitive patterns of disharmony of thoughts, words, and action, leading to misalignment with the true self and optimal health using her proprietary Three Brain Optimization Model.
Currently, Dr. Gokani is the Chief Medical Officer of Saffron & Sage, a holistic healing center in San Diego. She has served in previous roles as CMO of Ancient HealthCare, LLC, an organization founded to advance the knowledge of wisdom to the world. She currently is on the advisory board of Patient Mind, LLC
a non-profit with a mission to empower patients with mood and pain disorders. She is Secretary of the Great Lakes Regional Headache Society and recently appointed as Vice President of the Board of the American Association of Chronic Pain. She is also on the advisory board of Verse, an online healing arts
educational platform. She is a consultant and spokesperson for Microbiome Labs and is working with them to conduct research on imbalanced gut flora and neurological and psychiatric disorders.
She is a consultant for BrowTine Consulting, assisting development of an online education program for migraine.
*Denotes a Non-CME activity.