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The ACBN is a certification agency in nutrition accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies

 
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2018 Seminars

Please use the Seminar Application Form to apply for a seminar.

Online Seminars

Attention all ACBN Diplomate Candidates:
ACBN Approved Educational Hours are now available Online and via TeleSeminars through ChiroCredit.com

ChiroCredit.com has served the Chiropractic profession for over 15 years, providing high quality, cost-effective and clinically applicable Distanced Based Learning Continuing Education programs.

ChiroCredit.com currently provides 162 hours of ACBN approved Nutrition courses to meet yearly continuing education needs. Courses are compatible with all computers and most mobile devices.This program is sponsored by University of Bridgeport, Health Sciences Postgraduate Continuing Education

Approved Courses include:
Online Nutrition Courses #101 - #223 (Online, on-demand courses)
Chiropractic TeleSeminar Nutrition Courses #301 - #359 (Live Courses by Telephone Conference all with a simultaneous web interface)

Functional Endocrinology
Southern California University of Health Sciences. 26 hours are available

    Topics:
  • Adrenal Stress Hormone Testing: Effective Ways to Support Your Patients' Health by Dr. CarrieMcMillin
  • Moodiness, Madness or Menopause? by Dr. Lylen Ferris
  • Eliminate Menstrual Complaints: Supporting Healthy Ovulation by Ronda L. Nelson,PHD, MH, CNC
  • PCOS: The Art and Science of Management by Dr. Dian Ginsberg
  • Advanced FM Testing -Interpretation of the Adrenal Stress Index Test by RonaldGrisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., D.A.C.B.N., MS
  • Adrenal Treatment Protocol by Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., D.A.C.B.N., MS
  • Iodine: The Most Misunderstood Nutrient by David Brownstein M.D.
  • Advanced FDM Testing -- Interpretation of the Female Hormone Panel -- Pre-Menopausal by Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., D.A.C.B.N., MS
  • Advanced FDM Testing -- Interpretation of the Female Hormone Panel -- Post-Menopausal by Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., D.A.C.B.N., MS
  • Advanced FDM Testing -- Interpretation of the Male Hormone Panel by Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., D.A.C.B.N., MS
  • 3 Scientifically Validated Steps to Naturally Restore Testosterone in Men by Dr. Kyl Smith
  • Exposing the Effects of Modern Stress: Nutritional Strategies to Optimize the HPA Axis by Dr.Corey Schuler
  • Autoimmune Thyroid Disorders: Does iodine cause/worsen or prevent/improve it? by David Brownstein M.D.

This module covers the intricate relationship between the main areas of the neuroendocrine system: Adrenals, Thyroid and Sex Hormone regulation. It teaches the various ways these systems become dysfunctional and examines the impact(s) that it has on human physiology. It also explores assessment and using Functional Diagnostic Medicine (FDM) to individually treat dysfunctions that arise in the neuroendocrine system.

Goals and Objectives

    At the conclusion of this module, the student will:
  • Have an understanding of the most effective ways to assess for hormonal dysregulation in all of the main neuroendocrine systems.
  • Know how to read and interpret the thyroid panel on laboratory testing.
  • Have a thorough understanding of the various interpretations that can be made from the tests on a thyroid panel and how they alter clinical treatment.
  • Know how to interpret the Adrenal Stress Index test and utilize the various treatment protocols to restore adrenal function.
  • Be able to analyze female and male sex hormone profiles for management of sex hormone dysregulation.
  • Have an understanding how to interpret all of the findings in hormonal dysregulation cases and put together a comprehensive treatment strategy in complex cases.

For more information contact: www.FunctionalMedicineUniversity.com FMUHelp@gmail.com Call at 877-328- 4035

Structural Integrity
Southern California University of Health Sciences. 12 hours are available
Speakers: Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O.,D.A.C.B.N., MS, Rick Bramos

Topics:
Functional Approach to Neuromusculoskeletal Disorders - Chronic Cervical Pain
Functional Approach to Neuromusculoskeletal Disorders - Lower Back Pain
Functional Approach to Neuromusculoskeletal Disorders-Frozen Shoulder: Adhesive Capsulitis
The Functional Approach to Neuromusculoskeletal Disorders- Chronic Plantar Heel Pain
The Functional Approach to Weight Loss and Exercise

This module covers a proven system of structural and myofascial rehabilitation that advances the standard of Chiropractic care. Through 34 years of clinical practice experience and a diplomate degree in Chiropractic Orthopedics, Dr. Ron Grisanti teaches a functional biomechanical assessment that has proven to be effective on his own patients. This module also teaches a Functional Diagnostic Medicine (FDM) approach to clinical weight loss.

    At the conclusion of this module, students will:
  • know the most effective ways to assess and treat patients suffering from chronic cervical pain, low back pain, shoulder pain, and heal pain.
  • Understand the functional approach to weight loss and exercise.

For more information contact:
www.FunctionalMedicineUniversity.com
FMUHelp@gmail.com
Call at 877-328-4035

Nutrient & Toxic Elements
On –Line Distance Learning
College of Integrative Medicine www.CollegeofIntegrativeMedicine.org
National University of Health Sciences - 12 hours.

Dr. Chas Gant
Understanding the Various Methods of Essential and Toxic Element Laboratory Assessment via Advanced Laboratory Testing

Course Description: Nutrient and toxic elements are discussed in the context of the integrative and functional medicine approach to deficiency, excess, and exposure. Adequacy assessment, optimal forms, clinical indication of deficiency, and laboratory assessment are reviewed for each essential nutrient. The general mechanism of metal toxicity and toxic metal assessment is discussed. Nutrients discussed include: calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorous, iron, zinc, copper, manganese, iodine, selenium, molybdenum, chromium, and cobalt. Toxic elements discussed include: aluminum, arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury.

Objectives: Students will be able to explain the gastrointestinal function as it relates to nutrient status and toxicant status.

(1.5 hrs) CIHP401 - Nutrients and Toxic Elements (Part I)
(1.5 hrs) CIHP402 - Nutrients and Toxic Elements (Part II)
(1.5 hrs) CIHP403 - Nutrients and Toxic Elements (Part III)
(2 hrs) CIHP404 - Nutrients and Toxic Elements (Part IV)
(1.5 hrs) CIHP405 - Nutrients and Toxic Elements (Part V)
(1.5 hrs) CIHP406 - Nutrients and Toxic Elements (Part VI)
(1.5 hrs) CIHP407 - Toxic-Elements (Part VII)
(1 hr) CIHP408 - Toxic-Elements (Part VIII)
For more information please contact:
Program Administrator: Catherine Sodano
Phone: 877-841-7241
FAX: 443-327-4763
Email: info@CollegeofIntegrativeMedicine.org
www.CollegeofIntegrativeMedicine.org

Gastrointestinal Function
On –Line Distance Learning
College of Integrative Medicine www.CollegeofIntegrativeMedicine.org
National University of Health Sciences - 12 hours.

Dr. Chas Gant
A study of how the gastrointestinal function relates to nutrient status and toxicant status

The gastrointestinal impact on nutrient and toxic status as well as a physiological review of the stomach, pancreas, gallbladder, small intestine and the gastrointestinal microbiome are discussed in detail. The module is broken down into seven parts and walks the student through an actual case presentation.

Objectives: Students will be able to explain the gastrointestinal function as it relates to nutrient status and toxicant status.

(2 hrs) CIHP1101 – Gastrointestinal Function (Part I)
(1.5 hrs) CIHP1102 – Gastrointestinal Function (Part II)
(1 hr) CIHP1103 – Gastrointestinal Function (Part III)
(2 hrs) CIHP1104 – Gastrointestinal Function (Part IV)
(2 hrs) CIHP1105 – Gastrointestinal Function (Part V)
(2 hrs) CIHP1106 – Gastrointestinal Function Case Presentation (Part VI)
(1.5 hrs) CIHP1107 – Gastrointestinal Function (Part VII)
For more information please contact: Program Administrator: Catherine Sodano Phone: 877-841-7241 FAX: 443-327-4763 Email: info@CollegeofIntegrativeMedicine.org
www.CollegeofIntegrativeMedicine.org

Clinical Laboratory Medicine
Online Distance Learning
College of Integrative Medicine www.CollegeofIntegrativeMedicine.org
National University of Health Sciences - 12 hours.

Dr. Wayne Sodano, DC, DABCI, DACBN, CFMP, CIHP, BCTN
A comprehensive review of interpreting standard and advanced blood tests is provided in the module.

The numerous tables created in this lesson will allow for rapid laboratory interpretation and clinical decision-making.

Objectives: Students will be able to order the most appropriate laboratory test and be able to provide an integrative medicine interpretation.

BONUS: Assessment and Treatment of Anemia included

For more information please contact: Program Administrator: Catherine Sodano Phone: 877-841-7241 FAX: 443-327-4763 Email: info@CollegeofIntegrativeMedicine.org
www.CollegeofIntegrativeMedicine.org

Scheduled Seminars

Optimizing the Immune System
January 25-28, 2018
Phoenix, AZ
Logan College of Chiropractic: 23 CE Hours Available; All 23 hours will be nutrition related.

Speakers: Drs Dan Murphy, J Dunn, R Roberts, W Schmitt, S Ediss, B Lundell, L Toohey
All relate to the Immune System & Nutritional Intervention

This Functional Medicine course is focused on the role nutrition plays in Immune System function. Specifically, it will discuss the inter-related roles of structure, chemistry/nutrition and emotions within the parameters of neuroendocrinology and immunology. The faculty will present the latest research and clinical information on the effects of diet, nutrition, lifestyle on optimal immune function and help you solve some of your most difficult and challenging cases. The teaching faculty bring together some of the leading speakers in the world of Functional Medicine!

Nutrition and Musculoskeletal -Athletic Performance -Inflammatory Response
2/10/18-2/11/18
Crowne Plaza 830 Phillips Lane, Louisville, KY 40209
Texas Chiropractic College- 12CE

Speaker: Andre Camelli, DC
Sports Nutrition and Inflammation

In this seminar you will learn turn key protocols to treat athletes and effectively treat the most common athletic injuries in youth sports. You will take away key actions needed to become the go to community expert for getting athletes back playing again quickly. Become equipped and proficient with the most powerful arsenal of nutrients and herbs for fast results. Effectively put out the fire of systemic inflammation with simple Monday morning implementation.  Plus discover how to immediately improve mitochondrial function to take function and performance to the next level. Finally you will be proficient in how to improve brain function and head injuries with the latest methods supported by science.

  • Learn the latest strategies to optimize human performance and accelerate recovery times
  • Discover the latest tools to reduce common injuries in athletes and prevent chronic re injury syndrome
  • Understand the mechanism of chronic inflammation and how turn off dangerous cytokines that damage tissue resilience
  • Unlocking your true DNA repair pathways using the latest research from Nobel Prize winner Dr. Yoshinori Ohsumi 
  • The new wave of mitochondrial biogenesis research that enhances tissue repair and ATP production
  • How herbal therapies and whole food nutrition protocols are an integral part of anyone with chronic inflammation

 
 
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