Article in Forbes For those who have endured the unique experience of a colonoscopy will be glad to know that technology has finally got to the bottom of the problem… and the problem of the bottom.
Article in DigitalHealth The SoundslikeIBS app has been developed by those with first-hand experience of irritable bowel syndrome. Combining input from tech guru Mark Allardyce, whose son was diagnosed with the illness, and Mike Mahoney, a clinical hypnotherapist with years of experience treating IBS, SoundslikeIBS is attracting success and attention from sufferers across the world.
Article in Manhattan I’m a clinical psychologist and consultant to an international clientele. In that capacity, I’ve known Mark Allardyce for the past 20 years. Recently, Mark asked me to review his newest mHealth App for iPhone and iPad which provides a patent-pending solution for IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome. I’m excited to write that this App, based on a psychological intervention program, is a smart, cost effective treatment for IBS sufferers, with an added innovation allowing remote monitoring of the patient’s progress by a healthcare provider.
Healthcare Article So there I was, the proud father of a perfectly healthy, if not sometimes grumpy, rebellious, thirteen year old boy. He was doing well at school, playing football and rugby, studying hard, going out with his friends, just awarded his karate black belt, feeling fine, enjoying life, active, could eat any food, handle pretty much any drink, having a cool time – perfectly fine.
Healthcare Article Although CALM (Computer Assisted Lifestyle Management) was not launched until the 90’s, software development of ground breaking online healthcare services commenced in the early 80’s at Salford University’s Human Performance Laboratory and found a home within the booming fitness industry. CATSS (Computer Analyzed Training Sports Science) was launched at London’s Olympia in 1985.