Treating The Complex Patient 2018
Dr. Michael Lebowitz DC
Dr. Noah Lebowitz
Sunday October 28, 2018
San Francisco, CA

We are happy to announce a seminar taught by Michael Lebowitz DC this fall. The West Coast Seminar will be on Sunday, Oct 28th at the Marriott San Francisco Waterfront Hotel in Burlingame, CA. Free airport shuttle available.

The Lebowitz protocol teaches an effective easy to utilize muscle testing technique to screen for dysbiosis, food reactions, toxic chemicals and metals, coagulation issues, organ dysfunction, etc.  Correcting these often brings dramatic improvement to the following conditions and more.

  • gastro-intestinal issues
  • dermatological problems
  • respiratory problems
  • fatigue
  • brain fog
  • headaches
  • inflammatory conditions
  • fibromyalgia
  • auto-immune issues
  • neurological symptoms
  • chronic musculoskeletal conditions
  • chronic subluxations

Knowing how to do basic muscle testing is a pre-requisite for attending.

Dr. Michael Lebowitz has been teaching advanced AK seminars since 1987, has written 3 books, over 60 research papers and has won 4 awards from the International College of Applied Kinesiology for his papers. He has a research practice that attracts patients from around the world and includes chronically ill patients, professional athletes, etc.

Dr. Noah Lebowitz also has a research practice in Tacoma WA treating the same type patients.
This class will also count towards ICAK diplomate hours.

Class will run 9AM-5PM, Sunday. There will be much time for workshopping as it is important to us that all who attend leave with a good understanding of the techniques and how to apply them. 

You can register online below or by calling the office 970 201-7406

Doctor $250 

Refresher (for those who have attended the SF seminar in 2015 in person) / Student / Assistant $150

HOTEL INFORMATION: Marriott San Francisco Waterfront | 1800 Old Bayshore Hwy   FREE AIRPORT SHUTTLE
There is a reduced rate of $159 per night for Friday, Sat and Sunday if you book via this link no later than Sept 28.
Self parking is $15/day.