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Chiropractic Nutrition Module 3 - 12 CE DC / 12 Nutrition *RESCHEDULED*
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Chiropractic Nutrition Module 3 - 12 CE DC / 12 Nutrition *RESCHEDULED*

Announcing our Fall Nutrition Series with Dr. David Seaman, sponsored by NCMIC. Approved for initial certification and renewal hours.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/7/2020 to 11/8/2020
When: Sat Nov 7 & Sun Nov 8
Sat 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Sun 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: Aurora Summit Medical Center
36500 Aurora Drive
Oconomowoc, Wisconsin  53066
United States
Contact: Andrea Murray or Jackie Gargano

Online registration is available until: 10/16/2020
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Full Schedule (revised 7-29-2020)

Module 1, September 25-26, Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells 

Module 2, October 17-19, Aurora Summit Medical Center, Oconomowoc 

Module 3, November 7-8, Aurora Summit Medical Center, Oconomowoc 

Module 4, To Be Announced


The 48-hour Chiropractic Nutrition course with Dr. David Seaman fulfills requirements for DCs to receive their Nutrition Counseling Certificate in Wisconsin. DCs who complete this course may sell supplements, vitamins and herbs and provide counsel, direction, guidance, advice or recommendations regarding the health effects of these substances.


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 will establish the foundation for using nutrition in a clinical setting to improve your patients’ results. We will cover the role proteins, fats and carbohydrates play in the diet as well as how to alter them for specific conditions. We will also cover the therapeutic use of each vitamin and mineral as well as non-essential nutrients — including CoQ10, lipoic acid, L-carnitine, L-arginine, L-glutamine, N-acetylcysteine and phytonutrients – and review how to spot deficiency and/or excess use of these nutrients. The health effects of alcohol, artificial sweeteners, digestive and systemic enzymes and glandulars will also be covered in this seminar.


Complete 8 or more hours of this course and receive a 5% risk management discount from NCMIC (2.5 for part-time DCs) for 3 consecutive policy years!) 


Sponsored by NCMIC


  • Hilton Garden Inn, 1443 Pabst Farms Cir, Oconomowoc, WI 53066 (262) 200-2222
  • Staybridge Inn & Suites, 1141 Blue Ribbon Dr, Oconomowoc, WI 53066 (262) 200-2900
  • La Quinta Inn & Suites, 2801 Hillside Dr, Delafield, WI 53018 (262) 395-1162



Dr. David Seaman

Dr. Seaman has been writing about chronic inflammation for almost 30 years. He wrote the first published scientific article about how diet can induce inflammation and promote pain. His articles about pain, inflammation, diet, and obesity have been referenced by researchers at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Harvard Medical School and many other universities in the United States, as well as universities in Canada, Brazil, Europe, Middle East, India, Australia, Russia, and other Asian countries. He can be found at and

He has written several books for the general public including:

  • The DeFlame Diet (2016)
  • Weight Loss Secrets You Need To Know (2018)
  • The DeFlame Diet for Breast Health and Cancer Prevention (2019)
  • The DeFlame Diet to Stop Your Joints, Muscles, and Bones from Rotting (2020)

You can follow Dr Seaman at:

  • YouTube channel: DeFlame Nutrition
  • Facebook: DeFlame Nutrition

Cancellations/Refunds Contact us at  to make changes to your registration. 

You may cancel your registration or transfer to another class without penalty until 10 days prior to the course. 

After that, a $15 administrative fee will be applied should you need to make changes to your registration.

For the safety of all attendees:

If you become ill with a fever or other COVID-like symptoms in the week before the seminar, please stay home and contact us at 

Should you become ill with a fever or other COVID-like symptoms while traveling to or at the seminar, please go home immediately and contact us at