Nov 2 – Nov 3, 2019
All Day Event
This is a free event
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5 Highly Effective Acupuncture Patterns-The Sunderlage Protocols Seminar
Instructor: Gary Ditson, DC, LAc & Nicholas J. Gatto, DC
Saturday 1pm – 7pm
Sunday 8am – 2pm
This weekend we welcome back Dr. Gary Ditson and Dr. Nick Gatto to present a very important acupuncture class on our campus. Drs. Ditson and Gatto present the Sunderlage Protocols – a course that introduces and reviews the Sunderlage Acupuncture Patterns starting with Pattern 1 and ending with Pattern 5. The course objective is to teach the practitioners the latest in scientific findings verifying how and why the Sunderlage Acupuncture Patterns work and how to choose which pattern to use on the individual patient, along with how to progress through the patterns. They begin with an introduction and history of acupuncture in the United States; detail Jon Sunderlage’s legal fight for the right to practice acupuncture, the development of the acupuncture patterns and the science of the patterns as it applies to the Pyramid of Health. They begin with Pattern 1 and then move on to Pattern 2. They end the Saturday session with a lab session on Patterns 1 and 2. On Sunday they discuss and demonstrate Pattern 3, Pattern 4, and Pattern 5. In Hour 10 they discuss extra acupuncture points including the use of micro acupuncture to enhance the protocols. This excellent 12-hour presentation wraps up with a lab session on Patterns 3, 4, and 5, and a question and answer session. The class is taught by Dr. Gary Ditson and Dr. Nick Gatto. Gary Ditson, DC, LAc. is a 1968 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic and is on the Board of Directors for the Auriculotherapy Certification Institute. He is a frequently requested and respected lecturer on Acupuncture, Auriculotherapy and the micro-systems including scalp Acupuncture. He recently lectured to the Cancer Treatment Centers of America on Auriculotherapy. Dr. Ditson maintains a busy private practice of Chiropractic in Wentzville, Missouri where he also uses Auriculotherapy, scalp Acupuncture and body Acupuncture in the treatment of his patients. Nicholas J. Gatto, DC, Diplomate Acupuncturist is a 1983 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic. He is a Diplomate of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is a Loomis Digestive Health Specialist. Dr. Gatto is a nationally known and respected lecturer on acupuncture and on the Loomis System. He maintains a busy private practice in Downers Grove, Illinois. Please join them this weekend for this fascinating seminar full of information and protocols that you can use in your office on Monday morning.
Tuition is $235 for regular registration. Early Bird Registration Tuition is $205 and must be received by October 18, 2019 to qualify for discount.