2013 Seminars

Please use the Seminar Application Form to apply for a seminar.

Older Seminars

On December 7-8, 2013, Standard Process of North Texas will sponsor “Success With Natural

Medicine: Cardiovascular Health & Thyroid Health” presented by Michael Gaeta, DAc, MS,

CDN. This 12-hour seminar is co-sponsored by Parker University, and is also approved for 12 DACBN

Educational Credit Hours.

Seminar Overview: Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the #1 cause of death in the world affecting

81.1 million adult Americans and thyroid disorders are among the most common of endocrine

syndromes affecting some 20 million Americans.

At this seminar we will review these root causes and give the clinician powerful tools to support

their patients. Because of the prevalence of CVD, this is one of the most important and practical

seminars available today.

This seminar will also educate clinicians in the comprehensive and accurate assessment of thyroid

function, and in effective natural support of optimal thyroid function, using diet, and food and plant

based supplementation

• Myths and truths about blood pressure, cholesterol and saturated fats

• Relevant blood analysis, urinalysis and tissue mineral analysis for CVD risk

• How to integrate nutritional approaches to reduce risk of Cardiovascular Diseases

using whole foods, what to avoid, nutritional deficiencies, using western botanicals

and more

• The Endocrine System – thyroid anatomy, physiology and hormones

• Hyper and Hypothyroidism – using tissue mineral analysis and natural medicine

support

• Present options for and interpretation of laboratory thyroid assessment

• Barnes thyroid temperature test, dietary sources of tyrosine, the Iodine-Hashimoto’s

myth

• Natural medicine to support patients with Grave’s Disease

• And much, much more . . .

In conjunction with this seminar, Jesse Green, JD will lecture on “Ethics, Risk Management & Coding,”

also sponsored by Standard Process of North Texas and co-sponsored by Parker University. THIS 4-

HOUR PART OF THE PROGRAM IS NOT APPROVED FOR DACBN EDUCATIONAL CREDIT

HOURS.

Tuition is $229 before November 29th, including CEUs, seminar manual, all-day beverages, hot lunch on

Saturday, protein shakes, product sampling station and more. Location will be Parker University, 2540

Walnut Hill Lane, North Bldg., Room 208, Dallas, TX 75229

For more information and to register online: www.StandardNutritionalSeminars.com or contact Daisy

Ypparila at 817-845-8325 or admin@StandardNutritionalSeminars.com.

“Nutrition for the Wellness Practice”

Lecturer: David Hogsed, DOM, AP

Saturday, December 7, 2013 from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm

8 DACBN CE Hours

 Courtyard Sandestin at Grand Boulevard

100 Grand Boulevard • Destin, FL 32550

850-650-7411

Course Description:

“There are many aspects to running a successful nutritional practice where patients receive the best care possible and gladly refer their family, friends and associates to utilize your services. In this seminar you will learn how to keep your patients and practice healthy by incorporating a number of easy, time saving techniques and strategies which are proven to be effective.”

Seminar cost: $129.00 by 11/22/13; $149.00 after

Registration & information:

Standard Process Nutrition of North Florida, Inc.

Alan Barrier – (407) 790-1867

Fax registration to (352) 240-6388

“Endocrine Wellness: Practical Applications for Menopausal

Women”

Lecturer: Annette Schippel, DC

Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm

8 DACBN CE Hours

B Ocean

999 N. Ft. Lauderdale Beach Blvd

Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33304

Phone: 954-564-1000

Healthy endocrine function is especially important as a woman approaches menopause. With proper support and

preparation, the challenging and often debilitating symptoms typical of this transition can be avoided. This eight

hour Endocrine Wellness presentation, “Practical Applications for Menopausal Women”, provides practitioners

with a strategy to assist patients through a normal transition into menopause, by naturally and safely promoting

endocrine balance and managing symptoms.

Within this presentation attendees will:

• Review the physiology of menopause.

• Outline the current standard treatment options for menopause and for symptom management.

• Discuss common risks considered to be associated with menopause.

• Review the HP Axis and understand its importance in a healthy transition to menopause.

• Discover the significance of adrenal and thyroid strength to a healthy menopause.

• Examine bioidentical hormone use, overdosing, and appropriate supplementation.

• Learn proper evaluation methods for identifying hormone levels and balance, including an in depth look

at salivary testing.

• Examine menopausal and perimenopausal test examples and actual case studies, defining protocols and

lifestyle recommendations.

• Identify the key lifestyle factors affecting the symptoms of menopause.

• Learn practical tips for effective case management.

• Learn specific nutritional and herbal protocols proven effective for restoring endocrine balance and

relieving debilitating symptoms of menopause.

• Gain skills to immediately apply methods learned with patients.

Practicing Endocrine Wellness effectively with patients is simply a matter of understanding a few key principles,

knowing the proper testing and evaluation methods, managing lifestyle factors, and implementing the most

effective protocols for change. This seminar will provide practitioners with this basic knowledge, so they can begin

applying the principles and protocols of Endocrine Wellness immediately with struggling patients.

Registration & information:

Elizabeth Crowley at 561-654-4036 @ Standard Process of South Florida

Course Description:

Neurotransmitters are the chemical messengers that carry, enhance, and modulate signals in the brain. Neurotransmitters play a major role in everyday life and functioning. Abnormal levels of neurotransmitters can have an adverse effect on health. Diseases such as depression, bulimia/anorexia, bipolar syndrome, anxiety, insomnia, and obsessive/compulsive disorder are all associated with deficits in certain neurotransmitters. Upon completion of this course, attendees will have the ability to:

·         Diagnose neurotransmitter deficiency in their patients

·         Return their patients’ neurotransmitter levels to optimal functioning through targeted amino acid, vitamin, and mineral supplementation, and dietary changes.

Instructor Biography:

Jim Cross taught Pathophysiology, Western Nutrition, Chemistry and Point Location courses at American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine for six years. Jim Cross teaches Acupuncture CEUs that emphasizes the use of nutrition in various disorders. He has worked in a private clinic for twenty years emphasizing dietary and nutritional interventions. In addition, he worked in Sacramento’s Drug Court where he performed acupuncture and nutritional counseling to recovering drug addicts.

 

To Register:

Download the Registration Form

E-mail, call, fax, or mail in your registration form and payment to:

 

E-mail your registration to: CEU@ACTCM.edu

Mail your registration to:

American College of Traditional

Chinese Medicine/CEU (ACTCM)

455 Arkansas Street

San Francisco, CA 94107

Fax your registration to: 415-282-0856

For over the phone registration only: 415-282-7600 x210

Metagenics 2013 Lifestyle Medicine Summit

Women’s Health: What Women Really Want!

October 4-6, 2013

Fairmont Millennium Park Hotel
200 North Columbus Drive, Chicago, IL

Join 17 leading experts who will be addressing the critical and most relevant issues related to women’s health. This groundbreaking event is a unique opportunity to learn recent scientific advancements in prevention and treatment of women’s common health issues from leading medical experts in the field of lifestyle medicine and other forward-thinking practitioners.

At this one-of-a-kind conference, you’ll discover:
• Proper diagnostic history, physical exam, and lab testing used in integrative medical approaches.
• Treatment strategies to balance adrenal hormone function and ovarian hormone production.
• How a healthy lifestyle reduces the rate of age-related decline in women.
• Integrative approaches in addressing pain in women including comorbidities of depression, sleep, and hormonaldysfunction.
• How to recognize adverse health effects of toxic metal exposure on women’s health and the influence of hormones, oralcontraceptives, and menopause on hypertensive women.
• Mechanisms by which childhood experiences of women impact the endocrine, immune, and central nervous systems.
• Optimal nutritional strategies for the integrity of the musculoskeletal system.
• How to prescribe activities for patients as part of the lifestyle medicine approach to addressing chronic illness in women.

List of speakers: Christiane Northrup, MD; Mark Houston, MD; Mark Hyman, MD; Jeff Bland, PhD; Michael Roizen, MD; Jim LaValle, PharmD; Robert Bonakdar, MD; Robert Silverman, DC; Wendy Warner, MD; Bridget Briggs, MD; Delilah Anderson, DC; Jeffrey Morrison, MD; Robert Rakowski, DC; Edward Phillips, MD; James Levine, MD; Wendy Rashidi, MD; Kristi Hughes, ND; Shilpa Saxena, MD

Web address to event webpage:

https://www.metagenics.com/events/2013-lifestyle-medicine-summit_sat-10-05-2013-700am?qt-event_tabs_with_registration=0#qt-event_tabs_with_registration

Date: November 9, 2013

Place: Hilton Hotel and Conference Center
1750 Rockville Pike
Rockville MD 20852

Presenter: Dr. Michael Greer
CEU: 8

Contact: John Hess
804-370-8166
john@spdelmarva.com

Beauty and the Beast

Our outward appearance shows us and the world around us, our present state of health. The health of our hair, skin and finger-nails is a reflection of our internal health and well-being. This seminar reviews the key elements of health hair, skin and nails, and how to make corrections to challenges in these areas using herbal and nutritional supplement approaches. The tools and approaches presented in this seminar provides the nutritional/herbal complements to Oriental medicine approaches and techniques, which will serve to enhance the health outcome of the patient. Learn how to differentiate the phases of adrenal stress (alarm phase, prolonged stressresponse/resistance phase, and exhaustion phase), which are symptomatically similar, yet require different strategies to resolve.

Practitioners will learn how to:

1. Explore skin anatomy and function and the relationship to aging.

2. Learn key components in skin that respond and react to stress and UV radiation.

3. Review the mechanism of plant/herbal products and their role to protect against skin aging

4. Identify physical observations (hair, skin, nails) and their link to organ & system imbalances.

5. Discuss the importance of estrogen, testosterone, and they thyroid interaction and the consequences

of too much or too little of each.

6. Discover botanical extracts that support the health, texture, and integrity of the hair, skin and nails.

7. Putting it all together – dietary guidelines, effective protocols, and action plans.

“A Functional Nutrition Approach to Digestive Health”
Lecturer: Robert Cowan, DC, DACBN

Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
4 DACBN CE Hours
Courtyard Sandestin at Grand Boulevard
100 Grand Blvd.
Destin, FL 32550
Phone: 850-650-7411

This 4 hour Functional Nutrition approach to digestive health will cover the major sources of gastrointestinal distress: irritable bowel syndrome, gastric reflux, upset

stomach, constipation, diarrhea, and excess gas. An emotional component related to the effects of anxiety causing gastrointestinal distress will also be addressed.

Seminar cost: $69.00 by 9/13/13; $79.00 after
Registration & information:
Standard Process Nutrition of North Florida, Inc.
Alan Barrier – (407) 790-1867
Fax registration to (352) 240-6388

“Nutrition for the Wellness Practice”
Lecturer: Bruce Bond, DC, DACBN
Saturday, September 7, 2013 from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
8 DACBN CE Hours

Courtyard Jacksonville Beach Oceanfront
1617 N. First St
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Phone: 904-435-0300

Learning Objective and Course Description: To provide the clinician with a review of fundamental physiology and anatomy of the digestive system. A well-functioning digestive system is the cornerstone of good health. The digestive system is a portal for nutrients from the environment to gain access to the circulatory system. Before such transfer can occur, foodstuffs first have to be reduced to very simple molecules by a combination of mechanical and enzymatic degradation. The resulting sugars, amino acids, fatty acids and the like are then transported across the epithelium lining the intestine into blood

Seminar cost: $129.00 by 8/31/13; $149.00 after
Registration & information:
Standard Process Nutrition of North Florida, Inc.
Alan Barrier – (407) 790-1867
Fax registration to (352) 240-6388

Neuroendocrine Dysfunction: Why Patients Have Trouble Getting Well

Presented by Scott Banks, DC

The body is controlled by an elaborate interaction between the nervous and endocrine systems. Control cannot be looked at as solely neural or endocrine but rather must be viewed as neuroendocrine to explain the balance of healthy function. This course looks at the interaction of these two systems with particular emphysis on the role the adrenal axis plays in the common health problems in the chiropractic practice. It also looks at the features of adrenal dysfunction that drive the chronicity and refractory healing of neuromusculoskeletal disorders, inflammation and oxidative stress.

The course offers nutritional solutions to many of the common problems that present to the chiropractic practice. It will also develop nutritional solutions to common co-presentations such as sleep dysfunction and fatigue. Expanding the ability to help these chronic symptoms that are not well addressed in the medical system opens new treatment opportunities.

Saturday, November 2, 2013

8:30am-5:30pm

Marriott – St. Petersburg/Clearwater, 12600 Roosevelt Boulevard, St. Petersburg, FL 33716

Cost of seminar: Contact Sponsor

For information & to register contact:

Michael Brown at 813-440-6626

Standard Process of Central FL

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On September 28-29, 2013, Standard Process of North Texas will sponsor “Principles of Clinical Nutrition:

Digestive Wellness & Male/Female Laboratory Intensive” presented by Michael Greer, MD. This 12-hour seminar is co-sponsored by Parker University, and is also approved for 12 DACBN Educational Credit Hours.

Seminar Highlights include:

  • Digestive Wellness and Supporting Liver Detoxification: Optimizing digestion, providing soothing gastric support, aiding the restoration of healthy intestinal mucosa, supporting intestinal defense, promoting detoxification and elimination, re-establishing healthy microflora.
  • Addressing Conditions Associated With:
    • Leaky Gut
    • Celiac Disease
    • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    • Ulcerative Colitis
    • Crohn’s Disease
    • Food Allergies.
  • Food Sensitivities and Gut Function
  • Assessing Gut Function
  • Autoimmune Disease Prevention and Gluten Intolerance, Sensitivity and Celiac Disease – Depression and gluten – a close association, grain intolerance, understanding increased risk of developing associated autoimmune diseases – Addison’s Disease, Myathenia Gravis, Pernicious Anemia, Raynauds Phenomenon, Scleroderma, Lupus, Thyroid Disease and more, supporting patients with Celiac Disease.
  • Understanding the Female and Male Comprehensive Hormone Panel

In conjunction with this seminar, Doug Sanford, DC will lecture on “Ethics, Risk Management & Coding,” also sponsored by Standard Process of North Texas and co-sponsored by Parker University. THIS 4-HOUR PART OF THE PROGRAM IS NOT APPROVED FOR DACBN EDUCATIONAL CREDIT HOURS.

Tuition is $229 before September 20th, including CEUs, seminar manual and breakfast each day and afternoon beverages. Location will be the DFW Airport Marriott Hotel North, 8440 Freeport Pkwy., Irving, TX 75063, (972) 929-8800

For more information and to register online: www.StandardNutritionalSeminars.com or contact Daisy Ypparila at 817-845-8325 or admin@StandardNutritionalSeminars.com.

“The Fats of Life”
Lecturer: Michael Dobbins, DC
Saturday, June 22, 2013 from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
8 DACBN CE HoursOrlando Marriott – Lake Mary
1501 International Parkway
Lake Mary/Orlando North, FL 32746
Phone: 407-995-1100You will Learn:

  • The History of Fat Phobia in America and the >
    • Discredited Science behind it.
  • The Cholesterol in Food Myth
  • Animal Fats And Health – Reality Vs Faddism
  • Saturated Fats vs. Polyunsaturated Fats Vs Trans-
    • Hydrogenated Fats
  • The Nutrients that are Liberated from Naturally
    • Occurring Fats: Vitamins, Essential Fatty Acids,
    • Omega 3 & 6 Fats, DHA, EPA.
  • Fish Oils vs. Grain, Seed, and Vegetable Oils
  • Fundamentals of pH
    • What is pH?
    • Mathematics of pH
    • Realized examples of pH
  • Fundamentals of Buffer Chemistry
    • Definition of buffers
    • How buffer systems work
  • Body Buffers
    • Organs involved
    • How the body controls pH
  • Dietary influence on pH
    • pH of various foods
    • Could it possibly matter?
    • Recommendations for diet

Registration & information: Alan Barrier at 407-790-1867@ Standard Process Nutrition of North Florida, Inc. or Fax registration to 352-240-6388

“Autoimmune & Protomorphogens: Principles & Practice”
Lecturer: Michael Gaeta, DAc
Saturday, July 20, 2013 from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
8 DACBN CE Hours
B Ocean
999 N. Ft. Lauderdale Beach Blvd
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33304
Phone: 954-564-1000
In this seminar, you will learn:
• The principles and clinical application of protomorphogens to aid in tissue repair
• The source of autoimmune disease
• How to effectively use protomorphogens, diet, whole food concentrates and herbal medicine to support patients with autoimmune conditions

Seminar Goals & Objectives

By completing this program, the participant will be able to:

1. Define a protomorphogen (PMG)
2. Understand the history and development of PMGs
3. Learn the functions of orally administered PMG in the body
4. Know how to apply PMGs in clinical practice
5. Understand what contributes to autoimmune disease (AI)
6. Have a working knowledge of how to help prevent AI
7. Know how to support patients with AI
Registration & information:
Elizabeth Crowley at 561-654-4036 @ Standard Process of Nouth Florida, Inc.
or Fax registration to 561-865-5515

Standard Process of North Texas will be sponsoring Bruce Bond, DC, DACBN in a 12 hour lecture entitled “Chiropractic Nutrition: Foundation for Health, Part II” on July 27-28, 2013, and co-sponsored by Parker University. This seminar is approved for 12 DACBN Educational Credit Hours.

This seminar will provide the clinician with ideas of how to support optimal function. It will synthesize new information with the fundamentals of nutritional support for the chiropractic practice. It will explain the steps you can take in your practice to provide valuable nutritional support for your patients.

Seminar highlights include:

  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Diabetes and fat metabolism
  • Pancreas & Pancreatic Hormones
  • Glucose Homeostasis three hours post-prandial
  • Cortisol
  • Synthesis of triglycerides and cholesterol from glucose
  • Nutritional support of healthy hepatic function
  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Metabolic Bio-transformation
  • Physiological impact of ethanol (i.e., alcohol)
  • Alcohol metabolism
  • Link between alcohol and cancer
  • Vitamin A – Retinoids vs. Carotenoids
  • Vitamin D – Functions and cell regulation

This is the second of a special two part series. Part I will be held on June 22-23 rd. Each class is designed as a stand-alone and you do not have to take both seminars. They can be taken individually.

Tuition for July 27-28th seminar ONLY is $229 before July 19th, including CEUs, and includes manuals and snacks each day with lunch on Saturday.

Tuition for BOTH June 22-23rd and July 27-28th is $425.00 before June 14th. Special pricing for two part series includes Parker University Certificate, Special Session with Dr. Bond on Friday, July 26th, special pricing – see website for additional details.

Location – Parker University, 2540 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, TX 7522

Note – Location subject to change. In the case of a location change, amenities are also subject to change. Please check website for any updated changes.

For more information and to register online:
www.StandardNutritionalSeminars.com

Contact Ms. Daisy Ypparila at 817-845-8325
or admin@StandardNutritionalSeminars.com

Standard Process of North Texas will be sponsoring Bruce Bond, DC, DACBN in a 12 hour lecture entitled “Chiropractic Nutrition: Foundation for Health, Part I” on June 22-23, 2013, and co-sponsored by Parker University. This seminar is approved for 12 DACBN Educational Credit Hours.

This seminar will provide the clinician with ideas of how to support optimal function. It will synthesize new information with the fundamentals of nutritional support for the chiropractic practice. It will explain the steps you can take in your practice to provide valuable nutritional support for your patients.

Seminar highlights include:

  • The Endocrine System
  • Primary Hypothalamic Hormones
  • Growth Hormone
  • Thyroid Gland
  • Adrenal Glands
  • Digestion
  • Lipid Digestion
  • Immune System
  • Renal System
  • Female Reproductive System
  • Estrogen Dominance
  • PMS
  • PCOS
  • Menopause
  • Degenerative Joint Disease, Osteoarthritis, Sprain/Strain
  • Herniated Disc & Annular Tears

This is the first of a special two part series. Part II will be held on July 27-28th. Each class is designed as a stand-alone and you do not have to take both seminars. They can be taken individually.

Tuition for June 22-23rd seminar ONLY is $229 before June 14th, including CEUs, and includes manuals and snacks each day with lunch on Saturday.

Tuition for BOTH June 22-23rd and July 27-28th is $425.00 before June 14th. Special pricing for two part series includes Parker University Certificate, Special Session with Dr. Bond on Friday, July 26th, special pricing – see website for additional details.

Location – Parker University, 2540 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, TX 7522

Note – Location subject to change. In the case of a location change, amenities are also subject to change. Please check website for any updated changes

For more information and to register online:
www.StandardNutritionalSeminars.com
Contact Ms. Daisy Ypparila at 817-845-8325
or admin@StandardNutritionalSeminars.com

ACA COUNCIL ON NUTRITION’S ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM
APRIL 12-14, 2013
Union Station Hotel
St. Louis, MO

The ACA Council on Nutrition will sponsor, “Living Well in a Sick World – An Integrative Approach” April 12-14, 2013. This seminar is co-sponsored by Texas Chiropractic College and 16 CE Hours for DC’s are applied for in most states (if you need CE credit, please check to make sure your state is offering 16 hours), the seminar has been approved for 12 credit hours for the DACBN and 16 credit hours for the DCBCN.

We have a vast array of subjects and speakers including:

Dr. Lindsey Berkson – “The New Functional Use of Nutrients/Hormones/Environment Interplay and How You Can Immediately Use This in Your Protocols for Patients”

Dr. Todd Frisch – “The I’s Have It – Understanding the Intimate Connection Between Inflammation & Immune Suppression”

Dr. Alex Vasquez – “The New Functional Inflammology Protocol, the Prevention and Treatment of Diseases of Chronic Inflammation, Allergy and Autoimmunity” and “Applying the Functional Inflammology Protocol to Common Clinical Disorders: Obesity, Hypertension, Diabetes, Migraine Headaches and Fibromyalgia”

Dr. Michael Wald – “Gluten-A-Holic – Toxic Immune Effects”

For more information please go to councilonnutrition.com or call Bonnie at 540 635 8844

The Importance of Healthy Digestion: Evaluation and Restoration of Common GI Complaints
Ronda Nelson, PhD, ND, MH, CNC

March 2, 2013
Hyatt Place Lake Mary/Orlando North 1255 S International Pkwy, Lake Mary, FL 32746
Saturday, 8:30am – 5:30pm

January 11, 2014
B Ocean, 999 N. Ft. Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33304
Saturday, 9:00am – 6:00pm

This 8-hour seminar entitled “The Importance of Healthy Digestion: Evaluation and Restoration of Common GI Complaints” is designed to provide a sound understanding of both the functions and dysfunctions of the gastrointestinal system. Presented by Dr. Ronda Nelson, this clinically based seminar will focus on the anatomy, physiology of the GI tract and the 6 most common digestive dysfunctions seen in clinical practice today. Discussion will include the importance of including digestive evaluation as an integral part of every patient evaluation as well as simple physical palpations and in-office testing to obtain a general idea of overall digestive health. After reviewing actual case studies, attendees will be able to order and interpret a wide variety of testing options, create specific dietary and nutritional protocols for a wide variety of conditions and improve overall clinical outcomes by enhancing and improving digestive health.

For registration and information please contact:
Alan Barrier
Standard Process Nutrition of North Florida, Inc.
(407) 790-1867
alanbarrier@spinfl.com

Endocrine Health and Wellness

Presented by Annette Kutz Schippel, DC

Practicing Endocrine Wellness effectively with patients is simply a matter of understanding a few key principles, knowing the proper testing and evaluation methods, managing lifestyle factors, and implementing the most effective protocols for change. This seminar will provide practitioners with the basic knowledge of addressing thyroid, adrenals, and male and female hormone imbalances.

Saturday, April 6, 2013
8:30am-5:30pm
Marriott – St. Petersburg/Clearwater, 12600 Roosevelt Boulevard, St. Petersburg, FL 33716
Cost of seminar: $149.00 – register by 3/22/13
$179.00 – register after 3/22/13
$ 209.00 – at door

To register contact:
Michael Brown at 813-440-6626
Standard Process of Central FL

Successfully Integrate Nutrition into a Practitioner’s Office
Improve outcomes and increase referrals with simple steps

Date: March 2 & 3, 2013

Crowne Plaza Nashua
2 Somerset Pkwy
Nashua, NH 03063
(603) 886-1200

12.0 CEU’s

For more information please contact Beth Merlo at 949 369 3322 or bethmerlo@metagenics.com

Dr. Silverman graduated Magna cum Laude from the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic and has a
Masters of Science in human nutrition. His extensive list of educational accomplishments includes his designations
as a certified nutrition specialist, certified clinical nutritionist, certified strength and conditioning specialist, certified
Kinesio® taping practitioner, NASM-certified corrective exercise specialist, and a certified sports nutritionist from
The International Society of Sports Nutrition. Dr. Silverman is a diplomate with the American Clinical Board
of Nutrition and diplomate with the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition. Dr. Silverman is also HardStyle
Kettlebell Certified instructor. He has a full-time successful private practice in White Plains, NY, where he
specializes in the treatment of joint pain with innovative, science-based, non-surgical approaches. He is a nationally
known speaker and author, and can be seen weekly on his own local TV show “Get Healthy with Dr. Rob.”

Join Dr. Robert Silverman as he explores the process of implementing a streamlined successful nutritional system
in your practice. He will share marketing tools, nutritional protocols and proven programs. In this exciting seminar,
you will gain insight into a simple methodology to incorporate these protocols into a clinically effective system
that will save time and be financially rewarding. This seminar is ideal for any practitioner who wants to get the
nutritional edge in their community.

Applying Clinical Nutrition & Integrative Therapies to Pain Management
/ A 3-Day Innovative Conference in Miami
April 26, 27 & 28, 2013
Please click here for the complete full-color flyer!

Personalizing Nutritional Protocols Based on Lab Test Results
Presented by Dr. Robert Silverman
By attending this seminar, you will learn how to extract and analyze valuable clinical information utilizing
specific laboratory tests—often covered by insurance companies—to identify markers of health risks. You’ll also
gain valuable insight into developing personalized nutritional protocols based on each patient’s unique health
needs.

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to learn a simple methodology that will help improve patient outcomes, build
your practice, and save you time.
Key clinical takeaways:
• Develop a new perspective for viewing laboratory tests
• Identify and manage blood sugar imbalances
• Learn how to analyze blood test results from a more preventative perspective
• Learn how to evaluate clinical implications for values that fall outside of the optimal ranges
• Implement effective nutritional strategies for the management of cholesterol, liver, and inflammatory
issues
• Gain an understanding of drug-nutrient and food-nutrient depletion
• Learn how to raise testosterone naturally
Attendees will receive:
• Clinical protocols and pearls based on case studies
• An up-to-date syllabus with graphics and take-home notes
• Flowchart of tests and nutritional protocols
• An information-packed day guaranteed to expand your clinical knowledge
Web address to event webpage:

https://www.metagenics.com/practitioners/practitioner-education/practitioners-calendar/

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Dates Event City Venue
9-Feb Silverman Chicago, IL Renaissance Chicago Suites O’Hare
8500 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue
Chicago, IL 60631
773-380-9600
14-Apr Silverman Sioux Falls, SD Sheraton Sioux Falls
1211 North West Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
800-444-9998
2-Nov Silverman Rogres, AR Embassy Suites Northwest Arkansas – Hotel, Spa, & Convention Center
3303 Pinnacle Hills Parkway
Rogers, AR 72758
479-254-8400

For more information please contact:
Beth Merlo
Event Planner &
Educational Programs Administrator
Direct: 949.369.3322
Fax: 949.369.3034
25 Enterprise, Suite 200
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
www.metagenics.com

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Functional Medicine University provides continuing education for doctors renewing their Diplomate status with the American Clinical Board of Nutrition. The following 4.0 Functional Medicine Training Program modules are currently approved by the ACBN to meet Diplomate CE recertification requirements.  Additional modules from Functional Medicine University will be available in the near future.

Module 2 The Gastrointestinal System: Digestion, Absorption and Mucosal Integrity (20 CEU)

To enroll in Module 2, please enter the following link in your web browser:

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To enroll Module 7, please enter the following link in your web brower:

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Questions about CE credits and transcripts should be directed to the  following e-mail.  Your inquiry will be responded to within 24-48 hours Monday through Friday during normal business hours; U.S. Eastern Standard Time.

On February 23-24, 2013, Standard Process of North Texas will sponsor
“The Chiropractic Approach to Endocrine Wellness for Cycling Women
& Understanding Hair Analysis & Mineral Ratios,” presented by Annette
Schippel, DC. This 12-hour seminar is co-sponsored by Parker University, and is
also approved for 12 DACBN Educational Credit Hours.

The balance of the endocrine system is directly associated with one’s physical,
mental, and emotional well-being, yet, endocrine stressors prevalent in the
modern lifestyle results in chronic hormone imbalance. This presentation will
equip practitioners with the essential tools to promote hormone balance and
relieve female cycling symptoms.

Seminar highlights include:

  • Introduction to hair analysis and role of minerals ratios
  • Understanding key patterns
  • Identify key hormones influencing female reproductive health
  • Explore holistic nature of endocrine system, and identify key lifestyle factors influencing hormone imbalance
  • Discover how adrenal & thyroid health influence female hormone levels
  • Examine specific conditions resulting from chronic hormone imbalance: Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Fibroids, Infertility
  • Understand long term effects of common contraceptive methods on the endocrine system
  • Learn non-invasive tests and evaluation methods to identify hormone imbalance
  • Compare test examples for a variety of specific conditions
  • Examine multiple patient examples and learn tips for effective case management
  • Learn nutritional and herbal protocols proven effective for restoring and supporting healthy female hormone levels.

In conjunction with this seminar, Jesse Green, Esq. will lecture on “Ethics, Risk
Management & Record-Keeping”. This is a four-hour seminar also sponsored
by Standard Process of North Texas and co-sponsored by Parker College of
Chiropractic. THIS 4-HOUR PART OF THE PROGRAM IS NOT APPROVED
FOR DACBN EDUCATIONAL CREDIT HOURS.

Tuition is $229 before February 15th, including CEUs and includes manuals and
beverages each day. Location will be Parker University, 2500 Walnut Hill Lane,
South Building, Room 214, Dallas, TX 75229.

For more information, please contact Ms. Daisy Ypparila at 817-845-8325 or
email at admin@StandardNutritionalSeminars.com. You can also Register
Online at www.StandardNutritionalSeminars.com

On Saturday, March 23rd, Biotics Research Corporation will sponsor “The Role of
Nutrition and Nutraceutical Supplements in Integrative Cardiovascular Medicine”,
presented by Mark Houston, MD, MS, FACP, FAHA, FASH, FACN.

This 8 hour seminar is co-sponsored by the Univeristy of Bridgeport. Dr. Mark Houston
will cover the prevention and treatment of Hypertension and Dyslipidemia with nutrition
and nutraceutical supplements as well as case presentations.

This seminar will discuss the new pathophysiology, diagnosis, prevention and treatment
of hypertension, dyslipidemia and cardiovascular disease. It is intended for all nutrition-
based and functional medicine clinicians. You will learn the “why” of these disorders and
how to approach them from the genesis of the cardiovascular disease and how to treat
with nutrition, nutraceuticals, exercise, weight management and other scientifically based
treatments, including drugs as needed.

Tuition is $119.00 for healthcare professionals and $99.00 for students/staff
Tuition includes seminar notes, beverages and lunch. This seminar will be held at the
Doubletree Suites, 400 Soldiers Field Road, Boston, MA 02143, 617-783-0

The “Winter Symposium” conference on “Inflammation” will be presented January 18- 20, 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona. Nutri-West is the corporate sponsor and is co-sponsored by Logan College of Chiropractic and is offering 20 CE hours in most states. The faculty is extremely qualified and nationally recognized, with professional degrees in chiropractic (DC), medicine (MD) and naturopathy (NMD) and PhD. For further information, please contact Dr. Ben Markham at 800-255-3292.

Transforming Lives with a Clinically Tested Weight Loss Program
More than one-third (35.7%) of adults in the U.S. are obese. Obesity-related conditions—such as heart disease,
stroke, type 2 diabetes, and certain types of cancers—are a leading cause of death in the U.S.

Unfortunately, finding an effective solution for weight loss is a challenge. On average, obese Americans
have participated in at least five weight loss programs, including diets, exercise programs, and nutritional
supplements. Many report disappointment and weight regain.

Join Dr. Joseph J. Lamb and other lifestyle medicine practitioners who have implemented a healthy weight loss
program that may offer a distinct advantage for your obese patients who have tried conventional or self-directed
programs and failed to achieve desired results. Dr. Lamb will discuss the science behind the development of the
program and how the nutritional components target mechanisms that facilitate effective weight loss.
Earn 3.5 Continuing Educational hours for attending this seminar.
26-Jan – Boston, MA
27-Jan – Washington, DC
23-Feb – New York, NY
24-Feb – Pittsburgh, PA
2-Mar – San Francisco, CA
9-Mar – Atlanta, GA
10-Mar – Houston, TX
15-Jun – Orange County, CA