Information on Jo Majithia's career history
I have been in continual practice since 2003, and have run a busy clinic in Brighton for the past nine years, where I consult individuals with a wide range of health concerns including auto-immune conditions, fatigue, hormonal imbalances and digestive disorders. I developed a particular interest in digestive health while working for Biological Testing Services (BTS), the UK practitioner service for the German testing facility Dr. Hauss Laboratory.
My work for BTS involved analysing test results, providing support to practitioners in understanding their patient’s results and suggesting suitable protocols. I currently provide holiday cover for the UK principle of BTS and I also regularly work as a Nutritional Therapist with Candidatest and more, the UK customer service for the same lab, Dr. Hauss Laboratory. For Candidatest and more I provide consultations, test interpretation and nutritional therapy programmes to address test findings for clients with a range of gastro-intestinal complaints.
In addition to my one-to-one consultations I am an experienced presenter on nutritional therapy for the general public and lecturer in clinical practice education. I worked for The Institute for Optimum Nutrition for nine and a half years, initially as a tutor and clinic supervisor and then progressing to become their Training Clinic Manager and Clinical Practice Module Leader.
I also freelance for Sally Gunnell's Corporate Wellbeing Programme, a tailored wellbeing programme for companies looking to optimize employee wellbeing.
I regularly attend conferences, seminars, webinars and supervision sessions to enhance my nutrition knowledge and clinical skills and ensure I meet the stringent CPD requirements for my profession. Most recent CPD includes NTEC certification from Genesnippers 'Nutrigenomics from a Functional Medicine Perspective', 'SIBO: Clinical Strategies with Dr Allison Siebeker' and Coursera certification from the University of Colorado Boulder 'Gut Check: Exploring Your Microbiome'.