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Defining the Future of Laser-Based Care: Changing the Orthopedic & Neurological Paradigm | LIVE STREAM Available

About the Seminar

Dr. Brock and Dr. Hieshetter are providers who facilitate wellness and lifestyle changes to bring about patient recovery and restoration of health by incorporating low-level laser therapy. Low-level laser is a modality that has become contemporary in its capacity to enhance patient recovery from pain and function by enhancing the photochemical properties of cellular function. The photochemistry upregulation that occurs while using low-level laser therapy has the potential to regenerate tissue, enhance neural circuits, reduce pain, and enhance orthopedic and biomechanical factors. Applying a low-level laser to a patient can be life-changing in many clinical scenarios by optimizing systems physiology. This course will give attendees a comprehensive overview of enhancing patient recovery by stacking new low-level laser therapy (LLLT) principles and modalities for optimal health.

While this course offers the flexibility to attend online, we encourage you to attend in person if you can. Experience an exclusive opportunity to visit and tour Erchonia's brand-new headquarters, and all in-person attendees will be entered in to win a prize valued at $10,000 at our Friday evening cocktail mixer! 

Seminar Dates and Times:
Registration: Friday, December 8th 10:30am
Friday, December 8th 11:00am - 6:45pm EDT
Saturday, December 9th 8:00am - 2:00pm EDT

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Seminar Topics

1. Differentiate and review the various classes of low-level lasers, and outline the therapeutic effects of each as appropriate dosages obtained through calculating joules.
2. Discuss the Low-Level Laser Therapy wavelengths, the metabolic targets of various wavelengths, and the integration of wavelengths into health restoration.
3. Devise strategies for obtaining biochemical markers paramount to healthy physiology, and create a plan of action for both clinician and patient to resolve health barriers.
4. Incorporate hands-on approaches to assess mechanobiology and mechanotransduction and understand their roles in regulating cellular biochemistry, gene expression, and tissue development.
5. Understand the physiological relationship between the cranial system, spine, and cerebrospinal fluid dispersion as they relate to neurodegenerative disease.
6. Assess spinal and extremity dysfunction, determine the upper motor and lower motor neuron factors, and use a low-level laser to correct maladaptive movement patterns.
7. Discuss differences in the Autonomic, Sympathetic, Parasympathetic, and Enteric Nervous Systems, and develop strategies to facilitate synchronization of these systems using Nutrition, circadian rhythms, movement, and low-level laser therapy.
8. Identify molecular mediators in Gut-Brain Access syndromes, and develop clinical strategies, behavioral modifications, and nutritional therapies to reset physiology.
9. Recognize environmental drivers of abnormalities in inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, and create protective strategies.
10. Identify key indicators of brain imbalances, use low-level laser therapy to reduce aberrant biofeedback into the central nervous system, and utilize protective strategies for enhancing brain health and function.
11. Understand the influential roles of Nutrition, supplementation, sleep hygiene, meditation, and
“stacked therapies” to overcome the most challenging clinical conditions.

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About the Speaker


Doctorate of Nursing Practice
Global Clinical Research Scholar and Quality Improvement Researcher
Doctor of Chiropractic
Diplomate, Chiropractic Neurology, Integrative and Conventional Medicine and Nutrition
Fellow, International College of Chiropractors

386 Mitchell
Sunnyvalle, TX  75182
(214) 728-4314

Dr. Brandon Brock is a clinician in Dallas Texas who holds a Doctorate in Family Nursing Practice from Duke University. He has returned back to Duke for continued trained and specialization in orthopedics and also has specialized fellowship training in stem cell technology and regenerative medicine. Dr. Brock also holds a Doctorate in Chiropractic and an undergraduate degree in anatomy. He has a Diplomate in Functional Neurology, Nutrition, Conventional Medicine, and Integrated Medicine as well. Dr. Brock is also a Global Clinical Research Scholar from Harvard Medical School with interests in secondary analysis, survey design and clinical trials. He has a past work experience of pediatrics and neurology and has not moved into a more family medicine and orthopedics role.

In Dallas Texas, he currently serves as a chief clinician at Foundation Physicians Group and Brock Integrative Medicine. He enjoys teaching and providing educational support to facilitate learning for multiple groups and agencies. This includes topics that range from nutrition, neurology, orthopedics and regenerative medicine to pharmacology and governmental policy.

There is a desire to continue into the world of academic leadership upon graduation at a large university while keeping a small practice that is part time. The main goals in the future include creating online lectures, didactic teaching and functioning in a collegiate atmosphere. The major areas of desired focus, is helping those with cardiac and vascular issues.

There are many professional goals desired but some include obtaining a professorship at some point and developing lab markers and entrepreneurial development of monitoring and measuring systems related to health, cardiac function and cardiac educational tools based upon a multitude of markers. Research goals include regression methodology through data to see correlations with various markers, symptoms, conditions and prevalence that will aid towards prognosis and treatment paradigms.

Dr. Brock received the most outstanding functional neurology teacher of the year from the ACA council of Neurology four years straight and two times from IAFNR (International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation). He also received the humanitarian award from IAFNR. Dr. Brock and is also the honorable recipient of the prestigious Living Legacy Award from Samford Universities Ida Moffett School Nursing in 2015. He has also been the spotlight student at Duke University and is on the Scientific Advisory Board for the Mindd Foundation, Vibrant Labs, and Xymogen Nutrition. His unique blend of clinical and teaching experience along with a background in medicine, chiropractic, neurology, orthopedics, regenerative medicine, and nutrition has created an integrated clinical background that has helped him treat difficult cases and offers comprehensive angles on education and clinical presentations. Dr. Brock is a participating partner and educator at BTB Health Systems, Functional

Neurology Seminars, SNA Technologies, and Brain Chat. He also works as an educator with Functional Medicine Meetings and Dr. Brock Lectures.

In my role of nursing I am really focused on patient education just as I am student education. Information, care, treatment paradigms fall into place with good education and clear communication. The environment and setting that this can be done in includes anything from a hospital, to private practice to events and supportive events about the chosen topic (cardiovascular system). Many ways of thinking can be processed through a system model of thinking which really focusses on the patient and their environment. In this situation, one can easily include the environmental stressors of genetic, inflammatory, structural, and inflammatory mechanisms that surround cardiac and vessel disease. This spans from the understanding of labs to the education, treatment, dietary, and exercises paradigms used to optimize dysfunction and danger in the realm of pathophysiology. Optimum outcomes ultimately include an empowered patient that is educated and has optimized their system at the highest level in which their individual physiology will allow them to have a higher level of satisfaction of overall wellness and function. Determining the cause of cardiac pathology, outlining treatment programs, changing the environment of a patient to be conducive to overall integrated health as well as offering education and a follow through with care is very relevant. A structured system for patient safety and progression under a systems model is fitting in this way of thinking and project undertaking. Following a theoretical application can easily create a linear form of methodology to establish quality are that is repetitive, monitored and checked for patient safety or improvement.


Duke University (Durham, North Carolina) Time Frame:                  2015-Current

Activities and Societies: Sigma Theta Tau

Samford University (Birmingham, Alabama) Time Frame:              2009-Current

Activities and Societies: Sigma Theta Tau

Parker University (Dallas, Texas) Time Frame:                                  1995-1999

Activities and Societies: Delta Sigma Chi Fraternal Organization

UT Tyler (Tyler, Texas) Time Frame:                                                      1994-1995

Activities and Societies: Chemistry and biology clubs

Jacksonville College (Jacksonville, Texas) Time Frame:               1993-1994

Activities and Societies: Cheerleading and Gymnastics



Harvard Medical School                                                                           2016-2017

Cambridge, Mass

Degree: Post doctorate as a global clinical research scholar (Graduated)

Degree Focus: Clinical trials, secondary analysis, survey analysis and Stata utilization.

Duke University:                                                                                        2015-2017

Durham, NC

Degree: Doctorate in Nursing Practice (Graduated)

Degree Focus: Doctoral Scholarly project in mild traumatic brain injury and post-concussive syndrome.


Samford University:                                                                                 September 2009-May 2011

Birmingham, AL

Degree: Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Degree Focus: Family Practice Nurse – Certified (NP---C)

Hardin---Simmons University:                                                              September 2007-May 2009

Abilene, TX

Degree: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

Degree Focus: Registered Nursing (RN)

Parker University:                                                                                    September 1995-May 1999

Dallas, TX

Degree: Doctorate of Chiropractic (DC) Anatomy (BS)

Degree Focus: Diplomate, Chiropractic Neurology (DACNB)

UT Tyler September                                                                                1994-May 1995

Tyler, TX

Degree: No degree obtained. Pre---professional Biochemistry

Jacksonville College: September                                                        1993-May 1994

Jacksonville, TX

Degree: Associate's degree

Dallas Theological Seminary:                                                                September 2003-December 2004

Dallas, TX

Degree: Graduate studies in Theology. No degree obtained.



AAET (American Academy of Electordiagnostic Technicians)       2005-Current

Cedar Rapids, IA

Registered Nerve Conduction Study Technologist

American College of Functional Neurology                                         

Temple, Texas

Electrodiagnostic Medicine (FABES) / American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, subspecialty

ACNB (American Chiropractic Neurology Board)                              

Temple, TX

Diplomate, American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB)

Licensed and Status is Active

License Number: 2008040613

FICC (International College of Chiropractors)                                    

International College of Chiropractors (FICC), Fellow / OFFICE OF THE INTERIM SECRETARY /

Richard G. Brassard, D.C., FICC, FACC

(ACFN) American College of Functional Neurology                          

Coco Beach Florida

American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation (FABVR) / American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation,



American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation                                    2007-Current

Coco Beach Florida

Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders (FABCDD), Fellow / Provided by the American College of

Functional Neurology / American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders



CPR / Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Certification

Emergency Nurses Association                                                        

Advanced emergency life support


TNCC (Trauma Nurse Core Course Certification)                            2015-Current

UT Arlington

American Association of Integrative Medicine

Springfield, MO

Joint Injection Certification                                                                  

Diplomate, College of Conventional Medicine (DCM)

East Sunshine, Springfield MO

Identification Number: 2287

Diplomate, College of Conventional Medicine

Expiration: 9/2018


American Association of Integrative Medicine (DCN)                     2015-Current

East Sunshine, Springfield MO

Diplomate, College of Clinical Nutrition

East Sunshine, Springfield MO

Identification Number: 2287

Expiration: 9/2018

American Association of Integrative Medicine (DAAIM)                

East Sunshine, Springfield MO

Diplomate, American Association of Integrative Medicine

Identification Number: 2287

Expiration: 9/2018

American Association of Integrative Medicine (BCIM)                   

East Sunshine, Springfield MO

Board Certified in

Internal Medicine

Identification Number:

2287 Expiration:


Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition                                              

West Palm Beach, FL

Diplomate, Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition (DCBCN)




Texas Board of

Nursing (TBON#)

Licensed in


Active in Texas

License Number: RN: 774910 | Advanced

Practitioner: AP120638 Prescription Authorization

Number: 11545

Texas Board of Chiropractic

Examiners (TBCE#)

Licensed in Texas: Active in Texas

License Number: 8026

Drug Enforcement Agency

(DEA #) Controlled Substance

Number: MB2621832 Date of

Status: Active in Texas

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (NPI#)

National Provider Identifier (NPI Number): 1720125305 (National)


2017                       Innovative Change Award (Mindd Foundation)

2015                       Board Certified in Integrative Medicine (BCIM)

2015                       Diplomate, American Association of Integrative Medicine (DAAIM)

2015                       Diplomate, College of Clinical Nutrition (DCN)

2015                       Diplomate, College of Conventional Medicine (DCM)

2015                       Global Living Legacy Award (Samford University)

2015                       Humanitarian of the year IAFNR

2015                       Member, AAIM (American Association of Integrative Medicine)

2014                       IAFNR (International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation)

2011                       American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)

2011                       Diplomate, American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB)

2011                       Member, ACNB (American Chiropractic Neurology Board)

2011                       Neurology Educator of the year ACA

2011                       Neurology Educator of the year IAFNR

2011                       Sigma Theta Tau (Nursing Fraternity)

2010                       Neurology Educator of the year ACA

2010                       Neurology Educator of the year IAFNR

2009                       Neurology Educator of the year ACA

2008                       Neurology Educator of the year ACA

2007                       Neurology Educator of the year ACA

2003                       American Chiropractic Neurology Board (ACA)

1997                       Delta Sigma Chi (Chiropractic Fraternity)

1992                       Presidential Academic Scholarship, UT Tyler

1992                       World Championships Finalist Gymnastics

1991                       North American Cup Champion Gymnastics

1987 – 1992         Texas State Gymnastic Champion


Keynote Speaker of the 2014 graduation ceremony, Southern California University (SCU), Los Angeles, CA 2014

Topic: Speaker for graduation ceremony

Keynote Speaker of the 2014 association meeting, Puerto Rican Chiropractic Association 2014 and 2017

Topic: Keynote speaker over physiology and chiropractic.

Keynote Speaker of the 2014 association meeting, Australasian Chiropractic Association 2014

Topic: Keynote speaker over physiology and chiropractic.

IAFNR (International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation) 2014 – Current

Gilbert, AZ

Vice President /Production of research, yearly conference, budgetary control and education

Dr. Kristin Hieshetter, D.C.

4262 Monterey Drive
Florence, SC  29501
(906) 291-5080



Dr. Kristin Hieshetter is a healer, a chiropractor, a metabolic biochemist, and a low-level laser specialist. She graduated Magna Sum Laude from Central Michigan University, full academic scholarship, ran the medical microbiology labs and biotechnology labs for 2 years, was a Research Scholar in Mammalian Physiology. At Palmer College, she was a Vogt Leadership Scholar, received the Extern Recognition Award from Palmer College Clinics, was a teaching assistant in neuromusculoskeletal diagnosis, physical diagnosis, and radiology and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Palmer College and presented at Palmer College Homecoming. Her core expertise is in maximizing neurological function using chiropractic mediated facilitation, anti-inflammatory protocols, and Erchonia lasers. Dr. Kristin will continue her work in chiropractic, low level laser, functional medicine, and completing the books she is composing. She was awarded the Newberry Michigan Chamber of Commerce Employer of the Year Award in March 2019. Dr. Kristin served as UP Chiropractic Association President from 2015-2019. She is currently integral in setting up an Alzheimer’s Study at Central Michigan University with Erchonia Lasers and Dr. Gary Dunbar, PhD, in the Behavioral Neuropsychology Department.

Core Expertise

Erchonia Laser Specialist

WCA Nutrition Certified

Connect-My-Brain Autistic Rehabilitation Training

Sacro-Occipital Technique

Alzheimer’s Prevention, Stroke Rehabilitation

Metabolic Biochemistry

Women’s Health & Pregnancy Health

Owner and Operator of two chiropractic clinics

2008-Present: Helen Newberry Joy Hospital Courtesy Counseling/Medical Staff

Highlighted Achievements

  •  Upper Peninsula Chiropractic Association President: 2015-2019
  • 2019 Actively coordinating Alzheimer’s Research Study with Erchonia Corporation under Dr. Gary Dunbar at Central Michigan University
  • 2019 Newberry Michigan Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year
  • 2017 Presenter at Erchonia Conference in Chicago: Restructuring a complete hamstring avulsion with growth plate avulsion using a low level laser
  • 2015, 2016 Winter Break for Knowledge Key Note Speaker
  • 2010-2012 Ashtonga Yoga Instructor at Curves Gym
  • 2012-2019 Newberry Highschool Employer for Student Internships
  • 2015-2018 Michigan Association of Chiropractors Worksafe Doctor [partnered with MiOSHA to teach workplace ergonomics at local businesses]
  • 2012-2013 International Chiropractic Pediatric Association Scholar
  • 2008-Present: Owner, CEO, and doctor for Superior Health & Wellness, PLLC
  • 2005 Northern Michigan University UP Teacher’s Association conference Key Note Speaker, lecture topic: Nutrition, supplementation, ADD/ADHD

Palmer College of Chiropractic 2001-2005

Palmer College of Chiropractic Keynote Speaker “The Seven Miracles of Chiropractic” 2005

Palmer College of Chiropractic Vogt Leadership Scholar 2002-2005

Palmer Student Alumni Foundation President 2004/5; Treasurer 2002-2004

Palmer College of Chiropractic Suma Cum Laude Scholar

PCCIAA Michigan Endowed Scholarship

Chiropractic Medical Mission Trip Fiji 2004

2004-2005  Teaching assistant for:


Neuro-musculo-skeletal diagnosis

Physical Diagnosis

Research Writing

Central Michigan University 1997-2001

  • Outstanding High School Student Scholarship
  • Beaver Island Tuition Scholarship 1998
  • Hostutler Scholarship 1999,2000
  • Kimberly Sue Mills Memorial Scholarship 1999, 2000
  • Ethyl Nellie Taylor Scholarship 2000
  • Pre-Medical & Osteopathic Society
  • Larzelere Hall Council

Lab Teaching Assistant, Medical Microbiology

Lab Teaching Assistant, Biotechnology

Physiology Researcher under Dr. John I. Scheide, PhD. And Biology Dept Head

Volunteer Experience

  • Manistique High School Glee Club Musical Director and Choreographer 2018/19
  • Anthony’s Catholic School Basketball coach 2019
  • Amici Chorale Director 2010-2013
  • Francis de Sales Catholic School 2015-2019 field trips, children’s parties, Spring Carnival


  • Neurology
  • Childhood Development
  • Optimizing Brain Health
  • Ketogenic Brain Function
  • Running, Weight training, hiking, Stand-Up-Paddle Boarding, Classically trained pianist, Singing, Theatre, and spending as much time as possible with my wonderful husband and two amazing daughters


SC, NC, VA, WV, KY, TN, AL, GA, FL (Live)

AL, AK, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, GA, HI, ID, IL, IA, KS, KY, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV, WY, PR (Webinar)

DC Canadian Provinces Applied for: AB, BC, MB, NB, NF, NS, ON, PI, QB, SK (Webinar)

NCCAOM Applied (Live & Webinar)