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Chiropractors who complete this course may not only sell supplements, vitamins, and herbs, they may also provide counsel, direction, guidance, advice or recommendations to their patients regarding the health effects of these substances. Though not recommended, since the modules are self-contained, they may be taken in any order.
Nutrition is a powerful tool you can use to dramatically improve your patients’ results and it is an integral part of any functional medicine practice. Each module in this four module course provides essential components every practitioner can use to implement nutrition in a clinical setting.
Module 1, 9/14-15, Kalahari Resort, provides the foundational information to build a nutrition-based practice, including the therapeutic use of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients as well as non-essential nutrients and macronutrients, including protein, carbohydrates and fats. We will also cover the health effects of alcohol and artificial sweeteners; digestive and systemic enzymes; and the therapeutic use of glandulars.
Module 2, 9/16-17, Kalahari Resort, provides the functional tools needed to implement nutrition into clinical practice, including a model to move your patients’ through this process, how to design office flow, functional testing to uncover underlying imbalances, how to spot good and poor quality supplements and important nutrient-food-drug interactions that every practitioner needs to know.
Module 3, 9/30-10/1, Holiday Inn Fond du Lac, is a protocol-rich seminar that shows you how to apply clinical nutrition to the most common health conditions you already see every day in your practice, including multiple ways to address inflammation and chronic pain, musculoskeletal conditions, gastrointestinal conditions, cardiovascular conditions, peripheral neuropathy, sciatica, conditions related to the immune system, adrenal fatigue, chronic fatigue and thyroid imbalances.
Module 4, 10/21-22, Holiday Inn Fond du Lac, will show you how to apply clinical nutrition to the most common health conditions you will see in your patient population over their lifetime, ranging from infancy to the elderly. In addition, we will cover the subjects of weight loss and sports nutrition in great detail. We will review the underlying metabolic imbalances that often prevent people from losing weight as well as how to customize exercise recommendations to maximize body fat loss. In addition, we will review exactly how to develop dietary programs for different classes of athletes and break down important nutritional concepts, including nutrient timing, fuel sources before, during and after workouts/events and how to maximize recovery and performance.
Dr. Chad Oler received his Doctorate in Naturopathy from the University of Natural Medicine in Santa Fe, NM. He is the founder of the Natural Path Health Center, an integrated complementary health care facility. In addition to clinical work with clients, Dr. Oler teaches extensively to medical professionals and the public, on ways to incorporate the scientific application of natural healing methods into their lives or practices.
Sponsored by Nutri Dyn