Save up to $1960 (CAD) on realizing your plans to advance your training in 2020
Have you noticed the shift in healthcare? Are you up-to-date with neurology- and frequency-based concepts that are helping drive healthcare into the future? Join your colleagues in Level I or Certificate Program training of an adjunct medicine that supports many areas of practice in breaking through the walls presented by most challenging cases.
In this half-day workshop you will develop your confidence palpating the Vascular Autonomic Signal (VAS). This is the perfect workshop to invest in your ability for diagnostic insight and your continuing coursework as VAS becomes an integral part of your Auricular Medicine training and practice. Additionally, it is an investment to benefit your participation in the following presentation by Bahr (see GET MORE out of your visit to Toronto below).
Solidify your confidence by testing your VAS ability against validations and confirmations of your instructor and colleagues.
The emphasis of this workshop is on reliability and validity of the VAS. A variety of applications will be presented to reinforce your understanding and build your VAS palpation ability.
Course Type: Workshop with hands-on skills building
CEUs/PDAs: pending NCCAOM approval
Materials needed: None
Save $125 when taking advantage of the course bundle offered
Request “CIAM room rate” when making your room reservations by phone at the Ramada Plaza Hotel
Dave Maybee, RMT has been involved with the growth of Auricular Medicine since 2005. He is the director of the Canadian Institute of Auricular Medicine and also teaches courses in his capacity as lead instructor. Dave also runs a massage practice in which he has fully incorporated Auricular Medicine. This offers him deep clinical experience through his specialization in the treatment of unresolved chronic pain.