Saturday, March 16, 2019
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
(Sign-in begins at 8:00 AM)
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Blood labs are done routinely and routinely our patients are being told that everything is “normal”. Well, until it’s not! When we take a step back and look at optimal ranges instead of broad lab reference ranges, patterns will start to emerge. Addressing these patterns early on can help our patients maintain optimal health and avoid more serious conditions.
At a closer look, we can see digestive issues, mineral and vitamin deficiencies along with chronic immune challenges. Understanding these nuances along with a thorough health history is key to making the correct choices for patient support. It is not about which lab values are out of range or finding the most extreme reason for an imbalance, as always, it’s about the bigger picture.
During this presentation, we will be taking a closer look at functional blood chemistry values and what those patterns mean. There are specific patterns for chronic infections whether theyare viral, bacterial or both. There is a pattern for an autoimmune process as well. When the practitioner takes a closer at these patterns they are able to help the patient before their condition worsens.
Patients are coming into our offices every day with routine blood work done and many times they are told they are fine when they feel anything but fine. They want to have a better understanding of what is going on with their bodies and more importantly have some answers for how they feel.
By applying the principles taught through Endocrine Wellness the practitioner will be able to prioritize findings on routine lab work to make the best recommendations for their patient. While labs are useful, it will be just as important to review the patient’s whole history for a greater understanding of why they are where they are.
Every practitioner will walk away with a better understanding of basic blood chemistry, a worksheet for optimal values and protocols to apply right away. It’s time to move beyond broad lab reference ranges and start helping our patients where they are right now.
A healthy, lunch buffet will be provided
Texas Chiropractic College has endorsed & approved this seminar.
8 CE Hours Approved by for DC's & ND's by Texas Chiropractic College (TCC)
8 PDA Hours Approved for LAC's by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
8 CE Hours Approved by the American Clinical Board of Nutrition (ACBN)
8 CE Hours Approved by the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition (CBCN)
Discounted room rate of $99 if reserved by March 1st, 2019.
Call (203) 378-1400. Identify yourself as part of the "SP Nutrition Northeast" group.
Hotel parking complimentary
This seminar is sponsored by Standard Process Nutrition Northeast, Inc.
Questions? Call (617) 477-4529 or Email [email protected]
Dr. Annette graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1998. She obtained countless hours of postgraduate training in pediatrics, general nutrition, sports health, phytotherapy and functional endocrinology. In May of 2011, Dr. Annette and Dr. Doris Kutz- Compton, started Endocrine Wellness. It was born out of a desire to keep the field of nutrition and endocrinology moving forward for all health care practitioners. Her enthusiasm, knowledge, and approachability make her a gifted teacher you won’t want to miss!More Info