Detecting Hidden Parasites, Dental Problems and Allergy-Immunology
Dates: April 27-30, June 22-25 and Advanced Training on August 24-27
Hidden parasites and dental problems are one of the most difficult, unexpected medical challenges. They serve as an “Interference Field” why patients are not responding to medical treatments. I have been training medical doctors and dentists how to detect and treat hidden dental, parasite, fungal and allergy-immunology problems and connect the dots between medical and dental (MAD) problems in my Acupuncture Meridian Assessment (AMA) Training offered in the last week of April and August each year. JEDI Project stands for Joint EAV/AMA Doctors International Project.
In 2023, I will add the last week of June another introductory and refresher AMA training, and the August training will be reserved for an advanced AMA training and focus on more clinical application on real complex patients. Most complicated patients invariably have many layers of hidden parasites and dental problems. I have also added Zoom discussions with AMA graduates for coaching and sharing experiences.
Based on feedback from participants, I have expanded AMA Training from three to four days to provide time for more hands-on practice. Some participants shared it would be helpful to have an introduction before they attend, and the opportunity for more structured instruction, Q & A, and practice after they return home. Before coming to St. Louis for AMA training, I recommend you read my book, AcciDental Blow Up in Medicine, watch my lecture from Baden-Baden at Medicine Week, introductory lecture Part One of my ten AMA training lectures which will be posted on the video page of my website by new year, and the detailed video and review of AMA Training by Better Health Guy Scott Forsgren. I have videotaped 3 days of AMA training five years ago and it will be available to you for free to review before attending the AMA training after you pay. Scholarships will be available for international physicians on a limited basis. Real-time updated information will be incorporated during the training session.
For dentists, if possible, I also highly recommend you attend training with Dawn Ewing, PhD, Executive Director of International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine (IABDM), who offers training in Houston. In addition to dental EAV assessment, she is collaborating to offer EAV training during a dental surgery course, and is also available to do intensive offsite trainings at dental offices. I endorse her training modules that will help not only dentists, but all medical health professionals understand the basics of EAV/AMA. Contact her at drdawn @ drdawn.net.
In my 4-day AMA training, participants alternate between an intensive seminar covering the scientific basis of AMA and its medical foundation, and hands-on training with peers in clinical practice for detecting subtle imbalances in acupuncture meridians. They learn how to test 40 plus essential acupuncture points in the hands and feet; how disturbances reflect pathogens, parasites, heavy metals, chemicals and other burdens on healthy functioning systems; and how to use point testing to guide selection of treatments. It includes demonstration, hands-on practice with peers, and personalized evaluation of each attendee to guide learning and progress.
Looking ahead, here are a few more tips for getting the most out of my AMA training. First, you need good quality EAV/AMA equipment at the time of training. Contact EAV/EDS/AMA companies such as Kindling from Germany, BioScan from IHT, AcuPro/Computron, Avatar or others. I invite vendors to participate and they can also provide individualized training ahead of the training or during the session. Thursday morning will be dedicated to basic EAV/EDS/AMA equipment orientation. Depending on travel restrictions, we will have Gordon Johnston of Matrixx Solutions, Canada who brings a sample of Kindling machines for trial use; you can order one at the end of the session, if you have not done so in advance.
Learning EAV/AMA is like learning how to play a musical instrument or learning a martial art. Some people take it up very quickly but for most physicians and dentists, it will take time to master how to use it effectively. Be patient. Overcome your mental blocks and fear of the unknown. Prepare for an exciting journey on detecting various meridian system imbalances that underlie the development of chronic diseases, degeneration and cancers – and how to correct them. Learn to inspect and tune the resonance in the body, becoming medical-dental forensic detective physicians.
Many participants return for additional AMA Trainings as they integrate it into their practices. Advanced AMA training in August is designed for that purpose. You must have attended at least one basic and/ refresher fundamental training and have your own AMA equipment. You may bring your most challenging patient if you like, as a case study for the group of physicians and dentists. Reserve a case in advance.
Think differently, and join the paradigm shift in Energy Medicine and Dentistry. This is my medical and dental (MAD) Joint EAV/AMA Doctors International (JEDI) project. Become one.
Dates: Basic AMA Training on April 27-30, and Refresher Course on June 22-25. Thursday 9 am – Sunday 1 pm.
Advanced AMA training on August 24-27. Thursday 9 am – Sunday 1 pm. Prerequisite: Basic Fundamental AMA training, EAV/AMA equipment, and even better to take refresher course before (but not required).
Cost: $1200, and for repeat attendees $800. At the door, the rate is $1,500 USD if space is available.
For more information and to register, go to https://preventionandhealing.com/training/.
Location: Prevention and Healing, Inc. 10908 Schuetz Road, St. Louis MO 63146
Contact: Barbara Shoykhet, RN, Clinical Supervisor: 314-432-7802 line 7
Past AMA graduates will receive an email invitation to a Zoom meeting on February 28th that will explain the refresher and advanced training, and provide support to those now practicing AMA.