Back in Balance–

Dealing with America’s Health Epidemic from a Neurological Point of View

 August 18th-19th, 2018 – San Diego, CA
Presented by:  Trevor Berry, DC, DACNB

Co-sponsored by: Erchonia Corporation & Northwestern Health Sciences University
~12 CEs Applied~

About The Seminar

The human body is the most complex system known. The most important network, the nervous system, can be one of the most challenging to understand. Dr. Trevor Berry, a board-certified Chiropractic Neurologist and low level laser expert, will explore its many connections to other parts of the body. He will discuss the generation of, and cutting edge treatments for, many of the brain diseases that are greatly affecting our society, and that he sees daily at his Chiropractic Neurology Center: strokes, autoimmune diseases, Basal Ganglia disorders, Dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Dr. Berry’s expertise stems from a deep personal interest to find ways that would help him treat these conditions and improve the lives of his patients. He will take you through a patient’s health history and documentation with special attention to these conditions and his treatment recommendations. Come receive advanced training by and education from, one of the foremost experts in the world in this field.

 

About Trevor Berry, DC, DACNB

Dr. Berry was born and raised in Alberta, Canada. He completed his pre-medicine requisites at the University of Calgary and went on to complete his Doctorate at Parker University in Dallas, Texas. He graduated Magna Cum Laude, Salutatorian and was the recipient of many academic awards including the Parker Scholastic Excellence Award.

Upon completion of his Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Berry attended the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. Dr. Berry has traveled throughout North America and Europe attending neurology conferences and modules to obtain the most recent information in the field of functional neurology. He became a board-certified Chiropractic Neurologist in 2001 upon passing the American Chiropractic Neurology board examination. He has over 2000 post-doctoral hours in the study of Neurology. He became interested in the field of Low Level Laser upon suffering from a severe inflammatory arthritide that almost ended his Chiropractic career. Laser therapy completely alleviated his condition so he became interested in the scientific study of how and why lasers were so effective. He went on to become lead investigator n FDA laser studies and uses lasers extensively in his neurology based practice.

 

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to take your practice to a new level!

 

 

Key Clinical Takeawys:

  • Introduction to brain based research.
  • Mechanisms of neuro degeneration and disease.
  • Economic impact of neurological conditions in America.
  • Neuroprotective physiology including literature review.
  • Condition specific neurology review applications for:
    • Dementia
    • Alzheimer’s disease
    • Basal Ganglia disorders (Parkinson’s disease,hyperkinetic disorders)
  • Acute brain injury and inflammation (Traumatic braininjury-acute phase and chronic, stroke, autoimmune).
  • Using objective biomarkers for outcome assessments & documentation.
  • Demonstrations of laser applications and summary.

 

*This seminar qualifies for Erchonia customers for their FREE ERCHONIA SEMINAR with laser purchase.

 

Seminar Details:



When:
August 18th-19th, 2018

 

 

Registration at 7:30am
Saturday 8am-5:30pm
Sunday 8am-12:15pm

 

 

Where:
TBD

 

 


Seminar Cost:  $125*

 



CE Hours:
States Applied for:  CA, OR, HI, AZ, NV, ID

 

If you need hours for other states, please contact NWHSU before the seminar at 952-885-5446. Certain restrictions apply.  *$75 extra for CEs (if needed). Not all states covered. CE Hours are applied for by NWHSU to the chiropractic state licensing boards. Transcripts are sent out three times per year (May, September and January).  If you need your transcript sent earlier, please contact NWHSU at 952-885-5446.

 

 

Click here for the San Diego Brochure.

 

 

To view the complete syllabus, click here.