Free Webinar: Stably Growing Your Practice: Acupuncture and Nutrition Response Testing®
Find Out How Nutrition Response Testing can Increase Your Practice and Help you Help More People
About the Presenter
Erika Schultz is a Licensed Acupuncturist and a Nutrition Response Testing® Advanced Clinical Training Master. She earned her Masters in Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in 2013. She also has an advanced certification in advanced clinical nutrition through Texas Chiropractic College.
She was introduced to Nutrition Response testing by her sister and brother who are also healthcare providers. As a client she began to see immediate results in her in energy level, weight loss, and overall vitality. She quickly knew she had to share this system with her fellow health care practitioners. She is passionate about helping them restore their own health by uncovering and addressing root causes and revealing the body’s innate ability to heal itself.
What this Webinar will Go Over
Everyone wants to stably grow their practice and help more people. In this webinar, Erika Schultz, LAc, ACN, relates her story discovering Nutrition Response Testing and how it has impacted her practice. She’ll go over how she was able to seamlessly integrate Nutrition Response Testing with her modality (acupuncture) and how she’s been able to increase the volume of her practice to seeing over 100 patients a week with ease.
The webinar also features a video demonstration from UNS Clinical Training Director, Dr. Brad Kristiansen, DC. He will explain the 13 steps of the Nutrition Response Testing procedure, including how and why it works to analyze difficulties with the body so the practitioner can zero in on the exact program to help the patient.
This is a recorded webinar and can be viewed at any time.
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