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Naturopathic Doctor

Laser 212
Create life-changing initiatives with Chiropractic, Lasers, Nutrition and Exercise


Hour 1

  • Breakdown the implications of inflammation on epigenetics and relate inflammation to genetic damage and musculoskeletal disease.
  • Develop a plan for clinical anti-inflammatory protocols

Hour 2

  • Interpret blood chemistry markers related to inflammation, and translate into laymen’s terms for patient understanding.
  • Devise office strategies for obtaining blood chemistry markers, delivering the report of findings to the patient
  • Discuss the physiological mechanisms of the gut-brain axis, distinguish the molecular players in gut-brain axis syndromes, and identify behavioral modifications and nutritional therapies
  • Demonstrate knowledge of calcium ions as an egregious free radicals

Hour 3

  • Identify blood chemistry markers
  • Differentiate between different classes of lasers, Class I, II, IIIA, IIIB, and IV lasers, and outline the therapeutic effects of each

Hour 4

  • Explain the difference between nIR and fIR saunas, and identify key physiological mechanisms
  • Discuss Low Level Laser Therapy wavelengths as they pertain to various upregulation of metabolic functions, and integrate into the health of the body.
  • Differentiate between Class 1, Class 2, Class 3R, Class 3B, and Class 4 lasers, and determine proper clinical application of each laser
  • Develop plans to calculate Joules of output for various lasers using physics, and demonstrate fundamental understanding of laser frequency output to address various clinical cases.

Hour 5

  • Discuss Clinical Cases and outcomes citing specific patient histories and medical studies from the National Institute of Health and; integrate these ideas and extrapolate health plans into current clinical situations.
  • Discuss how low level laser therapy affects the body
  • Discuss supplementation and integrate effective neuroprotective supplementation protocols in a clinical setting based on the work of the world’s best universities’ studies

Hour 6

  • Outline the basic types of intermittent fasting, relate to patient goals as determined in nutritional consultations, and design intermittent fasting protocols for clinical settings.
  • Summarize the concepts of ketosis, brain energy utilization, and neuroprotection; relate to medium-chain triglyceride consumption.

Kristin Hieshetter, DC

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$120.00 USD

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