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Webinar with Rhiannon Hardingham
Clinical Considerations

Designs for Health Australia presents this important Webinar:


Clinical Considerations

Presentation + Q & A Discussion
Rhiannon Hardingham BHSc (Nat) 
and Lea McIntyre ND

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Engage in evidence-based practitioner education

Respected Australian clinician and reproductive health expert Rhiannon Hardingham explores the management and treatment of Endometriosis and Adenomyosis.

Rhiannon shares her nuanced clinical approach to understanding the breadth of factors involved in endometriosis and adenomyosis.

Her thorough methodology supports confident hormonal pathology interpretation, thorough clinical diagnosis and safe and effective protocols to achieve more reliable patient clinical outcomes.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Deepen your understanding of the multifaceted drivers of endometriosis and adenomyosis
  • Be aware of the immune, microbiome, hormonal, oxidative and inflammatory factors
  • Increase clinical skills in the identification and investigation of relevant factors in individual cases
  • Understand pathology and GIT mapping assessments
  • Confidently apply evidence-based and clinically effective interventions to achieve better outcomes for patients

Be informed about diagnosing and treatment options

Rhiannon reviews clinical assessment and treatment tools to assist in day-to-day practice, as well as traditional and evidence-based resources regarding nutritional, supplement and lifestyle prescriptions. She also shares unique clinical gems regarding her approach to herbal medicine prescription, utilising patient presentation, pathology assessment and clinical experience.

The Challenge of Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a common disease where tissue similar to the lining of the womb grows outside it in other parts of the body. More than 830,000 (more than 11%) of Australian women, girls, and those who are gender diverse suffer from endometriosis at some point in their life, with the disease often starting in teenagers.

It can take, on average, six and a half years for those living with Endometriosis to be diagnosed. It is not unusual for patients to be advised they can only be diagnosed through surgical intervention.

Learn From Rhiannon Hardingham’s
Clinical Experience

Rhiannon Hardingham BHSc (Nat)
Fertility Naturopath & Nutritionist
Practitioner Mentor & Educator

Rhiannon Hardingham is a highly experienced naturopath and nutritionist, specialising in reproductive health since 2005.

Rhiannon continues to help countless individuals and couples successfully create healthy families, even when the odds are seemingly stacked against them.

Being one of the most experienced practitioners in her field, Rhiannon is also a highly regarded professional educator, mentor, speaker and author.

In her research and clinical practice, Rhiannon has a special interest in complex hormonal conditions, infertility, IVF optimisation and high-risk pregnancies inclusive of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Rhiannon’s Resources To Grow Your Practice:

Endometriosis Masterclass

Practitioner Resources and Downloads

Meet Your Webinar Host

Lea McIntyre ND
Designs for Health Australia

Lea McIntyre is Technical Marketing Manager at Designs for Health Australia.

Lea has 19 years of experience as a qualified naturopath, herbalist and nutritionist. In her clinical practice, she has a special interest in paediatric health and gut health and the relationship between inflammation and neurological conditions.

Lea provides direct support for DFH Practitioners – and frequently provides guidance on FX Medicine Test reports.