New Solutions to Acute & Chronic Pain
January 24-27, 2019
Logan College of Chiropractic – 23 CE Hours
Speakers: J Dunn, DC, Stephan Ediss, DC, Brandon Lundell, DC, Dan Murphy, DC, Nancy
North, DC, Walter Schmitt, DC, Randy Roberts, DC, Lynn Toohey, PhD
TOPIC(S): Acute & Chronic Pain
This Functional Medicine course is focused on the role nutrition plays in acute and chronic pain. Specifically, it will discuss the inter-related roles of structure and nutrition/ chemistry within the parameters of neuroendocrinology. The faculty will present the latest research and clinical information on the effects of diet, nutrition and lifestyle and how to impact the epidemic of acute and chronic pain. This Symposium will 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!
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