March 7-8, 2020
Nutrition: Biochemical Individuality Strategies - Troy
Dr. Alan Bonebreak - 16 CEs
Dates and Times
March 7 - March 8, 2020
Saturday, 7:30a - 7:00p
Sunday, 7:30a - 1:00p
16 CEs possible, including two hours in the performance and ordering of tests
Courtyard by Marriott Detroit - Troy
1525 E. Maple Rd.
Troy, MI 48084
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To Reserve Your Seminar Seat:
Call (469) 268-2944. Accepting payments by credit/debit card.
Cost: $295 through Thursday prior to seminar; $395 Friday the day prior and at the door
Think you’ve heard it all? This is a “paradigm shift!” The speaker for this course, Dr. Alan Bonebreak, holds an MS in biology emphasizing human nutrition, is a master herbologist, has been a member of six nutritional medical and scientific boards, and has performed more than 1,500 nutritional assessments. Attendees will learn strategic methods to resolve chronic neuro-muscular-skeletal and related diagnoses, utilizing diet, nutrient balancing, herbs, supplements, and enzymes.
Go to ttapscenter.com, click on the “Professional” tab, then “TTAPS PART 4” to see many patient case histories, as to the effectiveness of these strategies.
Dr. Alan Bonebrake has co-authored several research studies on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and authored several articles appearing in The American Chiropractor and the Texas Chiropractic Journal. He has been in practice for 40 years and treated approximately 40,000 patients from 97 countries and all 50 states. His patients have included more than 800 professional athletes from more than 12 professional teams, including NFL, NBA, CFL, NHL, MISL, MSL, and 3 foreign soccer teams. He has also provided care for more than 3,000 high school and collegiate/university athletes, professional bodybuilders, and powerlifters. He was the first chiropractor asked to treat athletes at the NFL Run For Daylight and NFL Fastest Man competitions, and he has been invited to and treated athletes at a Cowboys/Raiders training camp. He hosted a radio show for 15 years on his techniques and has been the object of numerous newspaper and magazine articles, radio and TV news programs.