Free Scottsdale event features brain health specialist Aug. 25

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Scottsdale-based health and wellness company, TriVita Inc. welcomes the esteemed Bradley Bush, ND as keynote speaker at its Aug. 25 event, Understanding Brain, Sensory and Nerve Health, with an emphasis on the effects of physical and emotional stress.

Dr. Bush speaks nationally and regularly publishes on the topics of neuroimmunology, brain-gut connections, and neuroendocrinology, according to a press release.

The free event is open to the public and features Dr. Bush with other experts in the fields of holistic health, family medicine, nutrition and fitness. Topics include:

  • Understanding your body’s “computer and communication center”
  • Maintaining and improving brain, sensory and nerve function
  • Ability to adapt to stress. Stress management therapies
  • Micronutrient, food and fitness options

Dr. Bush received his naturopathic doctor degree from National College of Naturopathic Medicine and has over 14 years of industry business experience. Dr. Bush’s practice focus includes fatigue, insomnia and mood disorders. Previously, he specialized in neuroendocrinology, intravenous therapies and lower GI health for eight years at New Hampshire Natural Health.

This 90-minute event will be 9:30-11 a.m. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Pre-registration is encouraged to ensure seating and free product, the release stated.  Pre-register online at www.TriVitaEvents.com or by calling 480-656-8133.

The TriVita Event Center auditorium is in the Scottsdale Airpark at 16100 N. Greenway Hayden Loop, Suite G104.

This is the fifth of  a new health and wellness seminar series on supporting and maintaining the nine systems of the body through nature and nurture.

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