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Chiropractic Nutrition Diplomate with Functional Medicine Hours

at Texas Chiropractic College

Chiropractic Nutrition Diplomate with Functional Medicine

Nutrition Diplomate Program with Functional Medicine:

Texas Chiropractic College is offering a new two-year Chiropractic Nutrition Diplomate with Functional Medicine Components. The program is designed to offer the 300 classroom hours required to sit for the nutrition diplomate certification exam for the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition and the American Clinical Board of Nutrition. 100 hours will also be accepted by the American Board of Functional Medicine.The Nutrition Diplomate Program is comprised of 24 14 hour weekend courses designed to provide practicing Chiropractors and Chiropractic students in their second year and beyond the insight to provide a scientific evidence based approach when implementing nutritional strategies with their patients.

 The program is divided into 2 segments  (Series I & II) with 24 fourteen hour weekend courses. Course 1 is  required prior to sitting for the exam during course 12.  Courses can be taken in any sequence in each series with a minimum of 300 hours acquired. Participation by Doctors of Chiropractic in any course is available with no requirement to complete the entire program.

Advanced standing may apply from your previous post-graduate education. Contact Dr. Juanee Surprise, DC. NMD, DCBCN, BCIM for more details.

Starting in the fall of 2017 portions of the program will be available for distance learning online and in other locations.

Current Course time and location: Sat 9am - 6pm & Sun 8am - 2pm
Location: Texas Chiropractic College, 5912 Spencer Hwy, Pasadena, TX 77505

More information and Registration for the Nutrition Diplomate

Series 1
1. August 6-7, 2016 **
Introduction to Nutrition and Functional Medicine

2. August 20-21, 2016
Common Laboratory Testing

3. Sept 24-25, 2016
Gastrointestinal Disease and Disorders

4. Oct 22-23, 2016
Nutrient and Drug Interactions

5. Nov 19-20, 2016
Metabolism I: Carbohydrates, Fat, Protein

6. Dec 17-18, 2016
Considerations in the Female

7. Jan 21-22, 2017
Infancy, Children and Adolescents

8. Feb 18-19, 2017
Musculoskeletal System

9. Mar 25-26, 2017
Metabolism II: Vitamins, Macro &Trace Minerals

1. Special Event Course 1 Repeat
April 8-9, 2017
Introduction to Nutrition and Functional Medicine

10. April 15-16, , 2017
Hyper-immunity, Autoimmunity and Dermatology

11. May 20-21, 2017
Hypo-immunity, Immunology

12. June 17-18, , 2017
Label Reading, Office Procedures and Series I Exam; Research Papers

Series II:
13.** July 15-16, , 2017
Geriatrics and Longevity

14. Aug 12-13, 2017
Metabolic Disorders and Blood Diseases

15. Sept 16-17, 2017
Herbal Medicine

Additional Course 2
Sept 23-24, 2017
Common Laboratory Testing

16. Oct 28-29, 2017
Cardiovascular Health

17. Nov 18-19, 2017
Advanced Lab Testing and Analysis

18. Dec 16-17, 2017
Neuro-Psychological Disorders

19. Jan 20-21, 2018
Metabolism III: Inter-relationships & Pathways

20. **Feb 17-18, 2018
Sports Nutrition, Eating Disorders, Obesity

21. March 17-18, 2018
Homeopathic Medicine

22. April 28-29, 2018
Renal and Male Disorders

23. May 19-20, 2018
Parenteral Nutrient and Natural Medicine

24. June 16-17, 2018
Part 1: X-Ray Findings in Metabolic Disorders
Part 2: Case Histories and Series II Exam

** Chiropractic CE credits applied for in Texas and available in other states with a request 90 days before the class.

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