Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - PA2 [Physiological Reset (part 2) & Nutritional Support] February 2020
- Brand: Total Body Modification, Inc.
- Product Code: 2020-02-08_LASVEGAS_PA2
- Availability: In Stock
Module PA2 // Foundations of Healing (part 2): Physiological Reset (part 2) & Nutritional Support
SEMINAR FLYER // 8-9 FEBRUARY 2020
Saturday 9a-6p Sunday 9a-1p
2020 Las Vegas Seminar Series FLYER
In this course you will learn nearly 100 contact reflex points to evaluate components of the nervous, cardiovascular, genitourinary, endocrine, digestive, and immune systems. We call them Body Points, each of which has a tailored soft tissue correction that, when applied following a positive Body Point test, will restore proper operation of the bioprograms and lead to improved function, usually immediately.
Some of these points are for nutrients and make up part of our “Need & Use” evaluation. Learn how to use neurosensory testing to evaluate for nutritional deficits and determine the precise dietary changes &/or enhancements will bring replenishment and improved function.
As a result of having attended you will be better prepared to deal with patients/clients who struggle with chronic pain, depression, anxiety, insomnia, organ-centered problems, fatigue, blood sugar issues, weight management, addiction and those in need of general health maintenance.
This course includes hands-on demonstrations by the instructor and student practice sessions and is required for PA certification.*Note: TBM is only taught to career health professionals and those actively studying to be career health professionals -AND- have a collage level background in human physiology and anatomy, (Anatomy 101 and/or Physiology 101 or equivalent)
*Reduced fees are applicable to the following individuals:
REFRESHERS - must be verified by the TBM office that the registrant has completed the identical seminar previously.
STUDENTS - must provide proof of enrollment as a full-time student in an accredited health care degree-granting institution.
FACULTY - must provide proof of employment at an accredited health care degree-granting institution.
1st YEAR - must provide a copy of diploma signifying graduation from an accredited health care degree-granting institution within 12 months of the beginning of the applicable seminar.
RESIDENT - must provide official notification from an accredited health care degree-granting institution that you are a full-time resident.