Organic Acids Test and Essential Markers for Clostridia Bacterium and Fungal Overgrowth

In this 1 hour presentation plus 15 minute Q&A, Dr. Kurt Woeller discusses the latest insights about the interpretation of organic acids for microbial conditions.

Topics Covered:

  • Overview of the Metabolic Markers in the OAT, and their link to biochemical systems and abnormalities
  • A deep dive into the bacterial and fungal makers and how they guide practitioners in their patients’ health
  • The interrelationship of the markers in the Organic Acid Test, and the importance of this when reviewing test results

You will come away from this webinar with a deeper understanding of the Organic Acid Test, and practical tools to use this test in clinic to guide you in your treatment plan. 

There are specific digestive system bacteria and fungus markers unique to the Great Plains Laboratory (GPL) OAT that are critical to understand with regard to an individual’s health issues.
Without understanding these OAT markers such as Furan-2,5-dicarboxylic, 4-Cresol, and HPHPA and their relationship to other sections on the OAT e.g. neurotransmitter, mitochondria, the full appreciation and clinical correlation of a person’s condition may not be achievable.
This lecture by Kurt N. Woeller, D.O. explains some of the unique markers of the GPL OAT and their connection to various health disorders.
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Dr. Kurt Woeller

Kurt N. Woeller, D.O., is an integrative medicine physician and biomedical autism specialist. He is the author of several health books and also a lecturer, educator, and experienced practicing clinician offering specialised diagnostic testing and treatment for individuals with complex medical conditions like Autism, Mental Health Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, and other chronic health conditions. Dr. Woeller serves as a clinical consultant for both BioHealth Laboratory and Great Plains Laboratory providing patient and physician education regarding functional and biomedical medicine. He is on the Integrative Medicine for Mental Health (IMMH) Scientific Advisory Panel, and is a member of the American Osteopathic Association.

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