Treating The Complex Patient 2018
Dr. Noah Lebowitz
Sunday January 28th, 2018
Bastyr University, San Diego, CA

One day seminar taught by Dr Noah Lebowitz DC T will be held at Bastyr University in San Diego, CA, 9am-5pm.

The Lebowitz protocol is widely used throughout the US by applied kinesiologists.

You will learn quick and easy ways to test for and treat: 

  • Dysbiosis (fungal, parasitic, bacterial, viral, Lyme)
  • Food sensitivities/toxicities/lectins
  • Metal toxicity
  • Chemical intolerance
  • Blood coagulation problems
  • Mycotoxins
  • Biofilms
  • SIBO
  • Nutritional deficiencies and reactions etc.

The Lebowitz protocol, an advanced AK seminar has been taught since 1987 and continues to evolve. You will find using these protocols help many chronic conditions in patients including but not limited to fatigue, fibromyalgia, arthritis, most gastro-intestinal issues, dermatological conditions, asthma, headaches of all types, autoimmune issues, chronic musculoskeletal conditions, etc. We will also be teaching new provocation techniques 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.

It is one of the most utilized techniques in AK to deal with complex patients, immune, gastrointestinal, neurological, microbial, and toxicological issues. Physicians from all over the globe have come to learn these simple, innovative techniques. Dr Noah Lebowitz has co-taught with his father and developer Dr. Michael Lebowitz for a number of years as well as taught small personal seminars to physicians at their joint office in Tacoma.

Skills in basic muscle testing (how to discern a strong muscle from a weak one) are the only prerequisites.

You can register via the Paypal link below. Cost is $125 for students and $200 for doctors. The class will run 9AM-5PM, Sunday. There will be much time for work-shopping as it is important to us that all who attend leave with a good understanding of the techniques and how to apply them. We encourage early registrations as class size is limited and 4 of our last 5 seminars in the

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