Mapping GABA with Trudy Scott #63
As Trudy shares in this week’s episode, GABA is a neurotransmitter that should be understood by every clinician. Supplementally, and when needed, it can augment our toolboxes to help patients find hope, and ultimately work toward their unique root cause resolutions. Discover the powers of GABA and put it to work for you in practice!
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