Treating The Complex Patient 2017
We are happy to announce two seminars taught by Michael Lebowitz DC this spring. The first one will be in Los Angeles on March 12th and then in NYC on March 19th. They will run from 9 AM - 5 PM.
You will learn quick and easy ways to test for and treat:
· dysbiosis (fungal, parasitic, bacterial, viral, Lyme)
· food sensitivities/toxicities
· metal toxicity
· chemical intolerance and toxicity
· blood coagulation problems
· nutritional deficiencies and reactions etc.
You will find that using these protocols will help many chronic conditions in patients including, but not limited to, fatigue, fibromyalgia, arthritis, lyme related issues, most gastro-intestinal issues, dermatological conditions, asthma, headaches of all types, autoimmune issues, chronic musculoskeletal conditions, neurological problems, etc. We will also be teaching new provocation techniques since we last taught in NYC and LA, which greatly help minimize false negatives and find hidden issues we often miss with applied kinesiology and other muscle testing techniques, while also speeding up the testing process. The class is suited for both the beginning and advanced practitioner.
These techniques have been successful at increasing doctor’s referrals as well give the physician a broader understanding of chronic health issues and some of the underlying causes and triggers.
Dr. Michael Lebowitz has been teaching advanced AK seminars since 1987, has written 4 books, over 60 research papers and has won 4 awards from the International College of Applied Kinesiology for his papers and work. He has a research practice that attracts patients from around the world treating chronically ill patients, professional athletes, and everyone in between. He is also secretary of the International College of Applied Kinesiology, as well the program chair for the annual meeting.
Dr. Noah Lebowitz has grown up with this work and has become an expert in his own right. He treats everyone from MLB MVP's and NHL stars to children and soccer moms. He has a research based practice in Tacoma WA and has been involved with his dad in research for the past few years.
The last 4 of 5 seminars have sold out early as we limit attendance to make sure the workshops gets all the needed individual attention the practitioners need. Please register early to reserve a spot.
Skills in basic muscle testing (how to discern a strong muscle from a weak one) are the only prerequisites. This class will count towards ICAK diplomate hours. We will not be taping these classes.
To register please use the Paypal links, below. Cost is $250
March 12 - Los Angeles:
March 19 - New York City: