The Nutritional Exam

Saturday, September 22, 2018 - 9:00am to 6:00pm
Jay Robbins, DC
This seminar is CE APPLIED for 8 CE hours for DC, L.Ac., RN, ND
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Functional nutrition is easy – if you are using the right technique.
The Nutritional Exam is a thorough set of quick, hands-on procedures that allows you to identify bodily organs/systems that are under stress and create nutritional support protocols – all without the use of expensive tools or machinery. Also known as Functional Terrain Analysis, this exam includes organ palpation techniques, Neuro-Lingual Testing, and many other quick exams. Shorten your patient evaluation times and produce targeted nutritional/herbal recommendations by learning the Nutritional Exam.

• Chapman Reflex Exam: Review the Chapman Reflex Exam, upper digestion, and gastrointestinal, liver and gallbladder function.
• Postural Hypotension Test: Learn to conduct an adrenal stress assessment and evaluate kidney and cardiovascular function.
• Tissue Mineral Assessment: Learn to conduct a zinc taste test, tissue calcium test and different types of iodine status tests.
• Chiropractic Component: Learn to correspond vertebral subluxations to nutritional deficiencies.

About the speaker

Jay Robbins, DC
Jay Robbins, DC

A popular speaker on nutrition, he presents to doctors The Essentials of Nutritional Therapy frequently in cities around the country. Dr. Robbins implements the Symptom Survey Form, this vital tool is a detailed patient questionnaire that provides an in-depth evaluation of your patients nutritional needs.