Thursdays, 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Sept 21, 2017 (No CEs)
Oct. 5, 2017
Nov. 2, 2017
Nov. 30, 2017
Jan. 11, 2018
Feb. 8, 2018
March 8, 2018
April 5, 2018
May 3, 2018
May 31, 2018
|3 Hours per session
27 Hours total
|$39 per session
|Gregory W. Peterson, DC, DACBI, FIAMA, FIACA, CCST
Register - Call Metabolic Management at 1-800-873-1373
with your credit card.
Using Simple In-Office Lab Testing to:
Identify patient nutritional needs
Demonstrate that need to your patient
Gain the confidence to offer nutritional support
Although each of the sessions can be taken as a stand alone seminar, a greater understanding will take place if they are taken in sequential order. You will maximize your understanding of the cross-validation of the tests. Learn how subjective symptoms will correspond to palpated reflex points which will then be confirmed by in-office tests and finally confirmed with more traditional lab testing.
The beauty of this system is that seemingly unrelated pieces of information form a comprehensive picture allowing you to know with confidence that you are treating the right area.
Without a Doubt will provide you with practical hands-on knowledge that you will be able to take back to your clinic and use. The program is the result of trying to develop a logical, simplified, organized, approach to tracking a patients complex health picture. When you correct the foundations, the rest will generally fall into place.
No more chasing a patient's symptom picture. You will have the effective tools to methodically and logically navigate your way through the myriad of symptoms - without a doubt!
Session #1: Patient Intake and Diagnosis (no CE hours)
Session #2: Digestive Diagnosis and Support
Session #3: Blood Sugar Diagnosis and Support
Session #4: Musculo-skeletal Problems
Session #5: Immune and Cardio Diagnosis and Support
Session #6: Neuro & Endocrine Diagnosis and Support
Session #7: Hormones, Adrenal, Thyroid Diagnosis and Support
Session #8: Improving Genetic Expression
Session #9: In Office Saliva and Urine Tests
Session #10: Putting It All Together - Chronic Disease