July 22, Charlotte, NC (Belmont)
sat22jul9:00 amJuly 22, Charlotte, NC (Belmont)Nutrition Response Testing® Seminar9:00 am 407 Beatty Dr, Belmont, NC 28012 Event Organized ByUlan Nutritional SystemsEvent Type Nutrition Response Testing® One-Day Event
What is Nutrition Response Testing®? Nutrition Response Testing is a non-invasive system of analyzing the body in order to determine the underlying causes of ill health. When
What is Nutrition Response Testing®?
Nutrition Response Testing is a non-invasive system of analyzing the body in order to determine the underlying causes of ill health. When these causes are corrected through safe, natural, nutritional means, the body can repair itself in order to attain and maintain more optimum health.
The purpose of the One Day Nutrition Response Testing Seminar is to demonstrate the technique and to give some introductory hands on experience.
- How to do a rudimentary body scan
- How to test basic stressors for the body
- Some of the supplements to use to help the body heal and repair
As an added bonus, all attendees receive a complimentary nutrition check and customized program (supplements not included) so they can start experiencing the results themselves.
“Before Nutrition Response Testing I thought my hands were wearing out from giving chiropractic adjustments. My back hurt and I wondered how long I could continue practicing. With Nutrition Response Testing, I am pain free and look forward to going to work.”
– Susan Martin, DC
“This event made me think about my patients who are not holding adjustments and how Nutrition Response Testing can help them. This is a great tool to help patients get to another level in their health.”
– Jonathan Morris, DC
“Before Nutrition Response Testing I was plagued with many seasonal allergies and developed colds a lot with walking pneumonia at times and fatigue. Now I can go all year without an illness and have plenty of energy to enjoy my friends and family.”
– Mark Holtschlag, DC
6.5 CEUs Through NCCAOM
On completing the Nutrition Response Testing One-Day Seminar, NCCAOM licensed Acupuncturists and Doctors of Oriental Medicine receive 6.5 CEUs through NCCAOM.
Course documentation is available upon request for other healthcare professionals who wish to apply to their state board for continuing education credits. Submission of documentation by others does not guarantee approval for CEUs as requirements vary from state to state.
NCCAOM PDA Provider # 1018.
Llana Call-Smith, DC
Dr. Call-Smith earned her bachelor’s degree in biology/chemistry in 1999 from Milligan College in Tennessee. She earned her chiropractic degree, magna cum laude, in 2005 from Logan Chiropractic College in Missouri. Dr. Call-Smith is a member of the Christian Chiropractors Association as well as the North Carolina Chiropractic Association. Dr. Call-Smith opened her first private practice in the town of Brookport, Illinois in 2005 where she served patients from Illinois and Western Kentucky.
She has studied the advanced breakthroughs in all aspects of clinical nutrition ranging from the in-depth analysis of specific nutritional deficiencies to successful continued patient care. Dr. Call-Smith is one of a limited number of health practitioners who have graduated a very extensive Advanced Clinical Training program in Nutrition Response Testing®. Nutrition Response Testing is used by thousands of health practitioners of all types and specialties across the United States including osteopaths, MDs, nutritionists, chiropractors, massage therapists and acupuncturists.
Class will start at 9:00 and depending upon the number of attendees may end as early as 1:00 or run as late as 5:00.
(Saturday) 9:00 am EDT
Smith Chiropractic and Nutrition
407 Beatty Dr, Belmont, NC 28012
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