Where: Red Stables, St Anne’s Park, Raheny, Dublin.     

When: Saturday, 15th June: 10am to 5pm     

Our microcirculatory system, comprising a complex network of minute blood vessels, plays a pivotal role in ensuring the efficient delivery of nutrients and oxygen to various tissues, based on their specific requirements. The vitality of microcirculatory flow is contingent upon both the quality of blood and the health of the endothelium, which supplies endocrine and local mediators to regulate organ perfusion.

Microvascular dysfunction has been associated with a broad spectrum of health conditions, spanning cardiac, vascular, renal, hepatic, ocular, metabolic, sensory and neuropsychiatric domains. Increasing evidence suggests that the earliest indicators of cardiovascular disease manifest at the microcirculation level. Consequently, therapeutic approaches targeting the preservation or restoration of microcirculatory function are gaining prominence.

In this seminar, Kerry Bone elucidates the compelling evidence and clinical implications underlying this fundamental FHT strategy, which revolves around fortifying and enhancing microcirculatory and endothelial health. This robust clinical paradigm has demonstrated remarkable outcomes, even in challenging cases. The focus of his presentation will centre on recent publications and novel clinical insights pertaining to the promotion of eye, kidney and heart health.