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March 2017

Nourishing the Nourishers: Self-Care Retreat for Practitioners

March 26 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Guest House Retreat & Conference Center, 318 West Main St
Chester, CT 06412 United States
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Ruth Stearns, Associate Sales Representative

Learn artful self-care methods that will supercharge your diagnostic skills, awaken your most powerful healing capacities, and elevate your -- and your patients’ -- well being.

As health care practitioners, we often have to adopt a harried pace, face tremendous stress in our practice, and have little time to spend on self-care. This depletes of our vital energy, which takes a personal toll, but also impacts our clinical and diagnostic abilities. This day-long seminar is designed to nourish many aspects of your being and teach you how to adopt simple, self-affirming practices to transform how you feel and how well you are able to serve your patients.

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April 2017

Functional Lab Analysis, Blood Work of Thyroid by Stephanie Zagraggen, DC

April 22
Florence, SC United States + Google Map

At this educational and interactive workshop you'll learn:

  • Practical Applications of Diagnostic Testing in Clinical Practice
  • Discover the Difference between the Blood Diagnostics and when to run each on your Patients
  • How to Functionally Assess Your Patient with Blood Diagnostics
  • Learn Specific Supplement, Herb and Diet Protocols to create based on Blood Diagnostics
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May 2017

Functional Lab Analysis, Hormone Testing and Adrenal

May 13 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hilton Garden Inn Florence, 2671 Hospitality Blvd.
Florence, SC 29501 United States
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Stephanie Zagraggen, DC - Florence, SC

At this educational and interactive workshop you'll learn:

  • Practical Applications of Functional Lab Testing in Clinical Practice
  • Discover which tests to order and how to interpret saliva tests
  • How to Functionally Assess Your Patient’s Adrenal and Female Hormone Function via Labs
  • Learn Specific Supplement, Herb and Diet Protocols to create based on Functional Diagnostics
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“Mentoring the Mentors”: A Roadmap to Case & Practice Management

May 17 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Stuart White, DC, DACBN, CCN

Mark your calendars and participate in the comfort and convenience of your own home or clinic and give yourself the opportunity to learn from one of the most experienced clinicians nationwide.

For 33 years, Stuart White has applied nutritional principles to health issues and has overseen Whole Health Associates in Houston Texas, one of the most successful multi-practitioner complementary healthcare practices in the US. He has treated in excess of 33,000 patients using his vast training and experience in nutrition and herbal medicine.

Join us to learn his practice secrets!
Complimentary webinar for Standard Process account holders.

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Sports Nutrition; Support and Prevention sponsored by Standard Process of NC

May 20 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hilton Wilminton Riverside, 301 North Water Street
Wilmington, NC 28401 United States
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Lowell Keppel, DC - Wilmington, NC

Injuries have always been a risk when partaking in any sport. In recent years, both the severity and frequency of injuries has escalated. Learning to sufficiently feed the body to strengthen it’s ability to resist injury is a needed first step when participating in sport. Additionally, nutrition can play a key role in the recovery process once an injury occurs.

Join Dr. Keppel as he efficiently reviews vital nutrients to the body’s overall health within active patients. Learn to test for specific weaknesses before they surface as a malady resulting from sport. Dr. Keppel will discuss the most common injuries in sport, focusing on the anatomy, physiology, and nutritional needs of active patients seeking preventative health or if need be, repair. This seminar content is assured to be relevant in all practices and is specifically designed for the health care professional.

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July 2017

“Mentoring the Mentors”: A Roadmap to Case & Practice Management

July 19 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Stuart White, DC, DACBN, CCN

Mark your calendars and participate in the comfort and convenience of your own home or clinic and give yourself the opportunity to learn from one of the most experienced clinicians nationwide.

For 33 years, Stuart White has applied nutritional principles to health issues and has overseen Whole Health Associates in Houston Texas, one of the most successful multi-practitioner complementary healthcare practices in the US. He has treated in excess of 33,000 patients using his vast training and experience in nutrition and herbal medicine.

Join us to learn his practice secrets!
Complimentary webinar for Standard Process account holders.

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Fantastic After 40: Role of Inflammation in Energy, Illness and Aging

July 29 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Hilton Garden Inn North Charleston, 5265 International Boulevard
North Charleston, SC 29418 United States
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Dr. George Birnbach, DC and Dr. Jeannette Birnbach, MS, DC, CN, CNN - North Charleston, SC

The seminar covers four main aspects of nutritional support for the over-40 male and female patient. In Part I we will review the impact of inflammation on general health and the aging process, including the role of chronic infections and weak immune system. In part II we will review the role of dysglycemia in most chronic health conditions and accelerated aging. This section also looks at specific health complaints that we commonly hear from the over-40 patient, including chronic immune challenges, urinary issues, and poor sleep. Improving gut function is nearly a universal component of wholistic health care programs and so we cover Leaky Gut Syndrome and Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth in Section III. And finally we take an in-depth look at fatigue and chronic fatigue in all its manifestations including brain fog and mitochondrial dysfunction.

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August 2017

The Gut Brain Connection

August 12 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Embassy Suites by Hilton Golf Resort & Conference Center, 670 Verdae Blvd
Greenville, SC 29607 United States
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Michael Greer, MD - Greenville, SC

Gastrointestinal disorders ar one of the most common reasons patients seek medical attention. The gut mucosa, as well as the other mucosal surfaces, can be seen as an extension of our sensory system, or a “sixth sense”. The FI system contains a very large amount of lymphatic tissue and is the only organ in the body with its own independently working lymphatic and nervous systm. GI malfunction can be responsible for many inflammatory conditions, allergic and immune dysfunctions. A clear respect and understanding of the GI system is essential to the holistc doctor!

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