2017 December Seminar
December 2 @ 8:00 am - December 3 @ 12:00 pm
12 hours DC CE available
Sat., Dec. 2 (8am-5pm CT)
Sun., Dec. 3 (8am-12pm CT)
Ronda Nelson, PhD, ND, MH, CNC
Solutions for Supporting the Gut Microbiome
This 12 hour course is designed to provide attendees with a general review of the entire gastrointestinal system with emphasis on the gut microbiota and its impact on overall health. Discussion will include current research on the relationship between the health of the body and the diversity of organisms which reside inside the GI tract. Attendees will review safe alternatives to antibiotics and the role of microbial-rich foods in improving overall physical health. Testing options will be discussed along with relevant case examples to further enhance concepts presented. Participants will have greater insight into the systemic ill-effects of digestive insufficiency on overall health and be better equipped to provide appropriate nutritional and lifestyle recommendations to promote healing and enhanced well-being.
6 Hours of CTA CE available
Sat., Dec. 2
J.D. Hasenbank, DC, CCSP
Life Hacks for More Energy, Less Stress, to Move Better & Hurt Less
Sometimes the best hacks in life are the simple ones; little modifications you never thought of but completely make sense once somebody teaches you, you put them to use and see the results. Learn these simple tips and tricks to upgrade your choices, habits, postures, preferences and overall lifestyle. Not only will you notice the improvement they make in your life; you will also hear about it from the friends, family, and patients you teach them too.
Also offered at this event: Doctors Boundaries, Ethics and Jurisprudence (6 hours state-required course) 8am-2pm CT
CTA/CXT Boundaries, Ethics and Jurisprudence (2 hours state-required course) 3pm-5pm CT