DALLAS, TX, July 25, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- One-To-Zero (OTZ) Health Education Systems hosted a special collaborative seminar with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) this weekend in Philadelphia, presenting occipital-atlanto analysis and diversified adjusting techniques, also known as the OTZ Method, to ICPA members and board directors. OTZ trains licensed chiropractors in the evaluation and care to improve nervous system function via the correction of occipital-atlanto subluxation. This subluxation pattern shows manifestation or dysfunction of the tissues involving the brainstem, the vagal nerve or cranial nerve 10 and the spinal accessory nerve or cranial nerve 11. When this occipital-atlanto manifestation is corrected in children, it seems to have an immediate impact on multiple disorders and behaviors including ADD, AD/HD, Autism and developmental delays.
The ICPA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to engage and serve family chiropractors worldwide through education, training, and research. The organization hosts seminars regularly throughout the world, which are taught from the vitalistic perspective, with great emphasis placed on clinical, hands on application.
"Every Chiropractor MUST take this seminar!" says Dr. Nanette Jarmain of New York City. She continues, "This technique is the most effective technique I have witnessed in 17 years of practice and the neurology clearly supports the technique. This seminar will change my health, the health of my family and patients and will change the health and well-being of America!"
OTZ Health Education Systems has previously hosted seminars in the US, UK, Paris and Brazil, with the most recent taking place in Edmonton in June. The next OTZ occipital-atlanto analysis and diversified adjusting technique seminar will take place in Dallas, November 9-10, 2013. For more information on this or any of the upcoming OTZ seminars, please visit OTZ Health Education on the web.
OTZ Health Education Systems, LLC is the developer of a clinically successful protocol of locating and adjusting a specific occipital-atlano subluxation in both adults and children. Chiropractors Dr. Francis X. Murphy, Dr. Michael Hall, Dr. Lou D'Amico and Dr. Patricia McCord, train doctors so they can help the millions of people worldwide who suffer from the debilitating effects this type of subluxation. The OTZ method is based on years of study by founder Dr. Francis X. Murphy and encompasses the sciences of neurology, chiropractic, and biochemistry.
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