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Deeper Understanding of Blood Chemistry with Special Emphasis on Immune Challenges

Event date: 3/16/2019 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM Export event

presented by Annette Kutz Schippel, DC
March 16, 2019
Trumbull, CT
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Trumbull Marriott Shelton
180 Hawley Lane
Trumbull, CT 06611
8 CEs/PDAs
Healthy buffet lunch provided
By applying principles taught
through this seminar you will be
able to prioritize findings on
routine lab work by identifying
emerging patterns in optimal
blood test ranges.
You’ll leave this seminar with:
• a better understanding of
blood chemistry
• a worksheet for optimal values
• protocols to apply right away
Providing top-notch education in nutrition, herbal medicine and practice management
SPNutritionNortheast
SEMINAR COST
$169 Health Care Professionals, $149 Staff/Spouse/Student
InstructorAnnette Kutz-Schippel, DC
About the InstructorDr. Annette Schippel graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1998. It wasn’t long before nutrition was added to her chiropractic practice. She then began her extensive training in functional endocrinology which lead to her teaching other practitioners on how to restore endocrine health. Dr. Annette’s enthusiasm, knowledge, and approachability make her a gifted teacher you won’t want to miss!
Subject Breakdown1. Brief overview of common labs ordered and their functional ranges and what is indicated (120 min) a. Lipid Profile b. Metabolic panel c. Iron panel d. CBC with differential e. Kidney panel f. Immune patterns 2. Digestive indicators and meaning (35 min) 3. Markers for anemia and B vitamin deficiencies (25 min) 4. Adrenal and Thyroid imbalances (25 min) 5. Liver stress (45 min) 6. Immune Patterns in detail (45 min) a. chronic infections (bacterial and/or viral) b. parasites c. autoimmune process 7. Support protocols (90 min) a. Review of minerals, vitamins and herbs to support normal function and optimal balance 8. Case review (75 min) a. Applying support based on clinical findings correlated to lab results and patient’s health history 9. Summary (20 min) a. Review the importance of a through health history and the value of lab tests b. Reminder of key points c. Getting started next week!
Total Credits8.00
FormatIn person - Live
Course Outline19SCHIPPEL-CT hour by hour.pdf
Co-sponsor or PartnerN/A
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