Morphogenic Field Technique®: Basic

Saturday, March 23, 2019 - 9:00am to 6:00pm
Sunday, March 24, 2019 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Speaker: 
Frank Springob, DC
This seminar is CE APPLIED for 12 CE hours
Price: 
$159.00
SKU: 
FS0319
Staff/Student Price: 
$109.00

Morphogenic Field Technique® is a nutritional and energetic evaluation system that applies a modified form of traditional muscle response testing.
It is a highly sought after approach to clinical nutrition that respects the biochemical individuality of the patient.
This effective system, developed by Dr. Frank Springob, DC, taps into the unique energy fields we all possess, down to the cellular level, allowing the practitioner to identify physiological stressors and underlying impediments to healing.
Dr. Springob has designed two levels of training, Basic and Advanced, which will provide you with the tools needed to apply this technique in practice. Join us on March 23rd and 24th for the 12-hour
Basic Procedure Seminar!

Seminar Highlights
• Learn the physics and basis of M-Field muscle testing
• Understand the power of our individual M-Fields for identifying bodily stressors and areas of deficiencies.
• Discover and correct health issues arising from consumption of GMOs
• Develop ideal nutritional protocolsin 3-5 minutes
• Use Protomorphogen™ therapy to uncover underlying dysfunctions at the organ and cellular level
• Workshop and learn the technique for Monday morning application

About the speaker

Frank Springob, DC
Frank Springob, DC

Dr. Springob graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1975. He has practiced in Port Angeles, on the Olympic Peninsula, for over 36 years. Using various methods to assess his patient’s nutritional needs, he has developed Morphogenic Field Technique (MFT) which utilizes Nutritional Healing and Energetic Healing synergistically to unravel the missing link to cellular health. He strongly believes in the potential of whole food to heal the systems of the body and utilizes the power of Protomorphology® to uncover the body’s dysfunction at the cellular level.