The Systems Health Care Workshops are hands-on, interactive classes in which you’ll learn the SHC techniques and protocols, whether you’re just beginning or you’re a seasoned doctor or therapist interested in expanding your patient evaluation, knowledge, and treatment skills.
2022 SHC Workshops
Learn Systems Health Care!
Logan University (off-campus): This 5-weekend, 50+ hour SHC Certification Course will start in the summer of 2022 and run into spring 2023.
Barcelona, Spain: June 25-26. Basic SHC Course and a lot of AK hands-on work.
Paris, France July 1-3: My 17-hour Course “Natural Treatment and Prevention of Athletic Injuries” via ICAK France.
For Systems Health Care Workshops in 2022 I’ve decided to take 4-5 students/doctors who really want to take their practice to the next level by learning and implementing SHC and all my techniques that I use and have developed over my last 24 years in practice. I’ll teach you how to treat everything from acute/chronic injuries to brain imbalances to autoimmune and other tough illnesses. SHC has obviously been a huge success in how I diagnose, treat, and manage patients from every walk of life with almost any condition.
Here’s what I’m offering:
3 weekends, 3 days each: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday – 15 hours each = 45 hours total.
30 minutes Skype/phone consults the week following each weekend course (so 3×30 min sessions)
Up to 3 full days observing in the office -> shadowing me while I treat patients
The SHC Certification at the end of session #3 (currently a separate $250 fee)
Total cost: $3,300
If interested, or if you have any questions, please email me ([email protected]). This is an “all or none” course. If you can’t commit to all three weekends, then this isn’t for you. The entire SHC Manual and the entire SHC Video Series are required to take the course, (and you must have these materials at least a month prior to Session #1) otherwise we won’t be able to get through all the material.
The 2022 Systems Health Care Weekend Master’s Class is available to those who have attended the SHC Basic Workshops/Apprenticeship and are proficient in the material as well as the information provided in the SHC Manual and SHC Video Series. This annual workshop is for practitioners seeking to develop their knowledge of nutrition, biochemistry, neurology, anatomy, and physiology, as well as learn new and advanced Systems Health Care methods.
Please inquire about continuing education credits for your state and profession. If you’re interested in a private group workshop or if you have any other questions, please email me at [email protected]
Systems Health Care: Holistic Kinesiology
Systems Health Care uses many foundational principles and muscle testing procedures from the diagnostic system of applied kinesiology (AK). Although AK should not be confused with kinesiology, which is the study of human movement, AK does thoroughly evaluate how we as humans move, or perhaps fail to move. There are around 100 other forms of “kinesiology” in the healing arts which have different beliefs and methodologies. Those who practice AK are practitioners who are licensed to diagnose, most of whom are chiropractors, osteopaths, medical doctors, dentists, psychiatrists, and other healing-arts practitioners. A skilled SHC practitioner will employ various treatment methods such as myofascial or trigger point therapies, acupressure techniques, nutritional and dietary changes/management, exercise and lifestyle counseling, cranial procedures, emotional techniques, specific manipulations and reflex procedures, as well as other therapies to help the patient return to optimum health. The individualized treatment is tailored to fit the patient based upon the evaluation and examination to effectively treat a wide range of health conditions in the most holistic, and “wholistic,” way possible.
A skilled SHC practitioner should also encourage and anticipate patients’ active roles in their health and healing processes. Teaching patients to take care of themselves is a vital, and is perhaps the most important concept we can pass along to our patients. Optimal health will never be obtained by the treatment process alone.