Virtual Course:
Energize Your TCM Practice

Using Non-Thermal Laser & Clinical Nutrition2020-7-11 10:00am

July 11th, 2020 | 10:00am-4:00pm EST
Presented by Diana DaGrosa, LAc, MSOM, ACN

– 6 NCCAOM PDA Hours Approved –
L.Ac. CEUs Approved for All States including CA, FL & NY


Diana L. DaGrosa, L.A.c. will be hosting a special online webinar Saturday, July 11th for physicians looking to get their CE hours and expand their clinical knowledge. With an extensive background of more than 30 years as a health care practitioner with over 15 in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Diana reveals the benefits of adding light therapy for augmented energy production and movement.  Diana will introduce and explore how adding non-thermal laser therapy and functional nutrition to your practice will improve clinical outcomes and help address difficult conditions.

Diana began integrating this proven technology several years ago which has significantly enhanced her patient’s results and increased referrals.  Diana will share her success stories through case studies, protocols, and clinical pearls.  This is a presentation you will not want to miss!
Topics Include:

  • Benefits of Non-Thermal over Thermal Lasers
  • Unique Benefits of Non-Thermal Violet Laser Light
  • Nutritional Foundations for Healing
  • Assessing Digestive Dysfunction
  • Review of Liver-Gallbladder Function
  • Non-Thermal Laser Techniques for Immune, Brain, Organs & Pain
  • Functional Lab Testing
  • Integrating Non-Thermal Laser with Acupuncture Treatments
  • Immune System Strengthening & Faster Infection Resolution
  • Balancing Emotions & Energy with Non-Thermal Laser



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About Diana DaGrosa, MSOM, LACDiana L. DaGrosa is a NCCAOM Board Certified Acupuncturist with a four-year Master’s degree in Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture from the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture.  She has completed the full course work with the Institute for Functional Medicine.  Her Bachelor of Science in Health & Fitness is from Springfield College.  Diana’s studies
are complemented by five years of living in Japan, which she credits for her perspective on balanced eating.  Diana has attended more than 2,000 hours in Advanced Clinical Nutrition, Functional Endocrinology, Advanced Blood Chemistry & Specialty Acupuncture seminars.  She specializes in Natural Digestive Health and Emotional Support.