CHEO Announces March And April Meeting Speakers And Topics

Friday, March 17, 2017

The Complementary Health Education Organiztion invites the public to their March meeting on March 19, from 2-4 p.m. This event is being held downstairs in the Speaker Room, 6237 Vance Road, (downstairs from Nutrition World on Lee Hwy). Doors open at 1:45 p.m. 

CHEO is having two presenters at the meeting: Dr Terry Loher, DC speaking on "Migraines or Anxiety? Chiropractic Answers"; and Deb Renee Combs, speaking on "CBD Oil and Colloidal Silver."

Dr. Loher was referred to a chiropractor after a devastating neck injury when he was in the Navy. After trying traditional routes, a friend urged him to go to a chiropractor. Dr. Loher said the results were amazing and as he watched this chiropractor work on himself and others, he had this one thought:  "I want to be a chiropractor so I can help people like myself."

Dr. Loher also had migraines and anxiety/panic attacks that he was told he had to live with, but he said Chiropractic cured those. His patient Matt Shelby said, "After one visit, I have been headache free." 

Dr. Loher has been a chiropractor for 11 years and writes: "I've seen my daughters scoliosis completely resolve, I've seen my family remain healthy and strong, and of course I've seen miracles in my office on a daily basis. Come to CHEO's March meeting for special techniques and information."

Dr. Joseph Mercola says, "Medical cannabis is competition to the pharmaceutical industry, as the cannabis plant can take the place of a wide variety of synthetic drugs, especially for mood and anxiety disorders."

"With so many states legalizing medical cannibis, the future looks bright for CBD and Deb Renee Combs will share much of the research and potential for this amazing oil.

"Colloidal silver has been known as a remarkably effective natural antibiotic for centuries. Research has shown colloidal silver can eradicate antibiotic-resistant microbes like MRSA, the Avian Influenza (bird flu), and Human Corona virus (SARS). Since there are health risks involved if you select the wrong formula, it is recommended you use colloidal silver only under the guidance of a qualified alternative health practitioner, who can help you select a high-quality product. Deb Renee will bring her knowledge of this amazing product to our CHEO March meeting. Please plan to attend and bring friends," officials said.

Schedule:
2-2:15 p.m. - Appetizers, Mingling and Networking
2:15-2:50 p.m. - Dr. Loher Presentation plus Q&A
2:50-3:30 p.m. - Deb Combs Presentation plus Q&A
3:30-4 p.m. - Other Practitioner Intro's / Networking with Practitioners

Love Donations accepted but not required.  For more information, call or text 423-309-1060, or email President@4cheo.org.

The April meeting will be held on Sunday April 23 from 2-4 p.m., also in the Nutrition World Speaker Room.  Doors open at 1:45 p.m.  The speakers will be husband and wife team Alex Davis and Ashlan Brown of SISU Sauna Studios.  The topic will be "Benefits of Far Infrared (FIR) Saunas."

"Far Infrared Therapy works with Far Infrared Rays to gently heal, relax, and detoxify the body and mind. Infrared is an invisible light spectrum that penetrates the body reaching deep into soft tissues, muscles, joints, and even bone. 

"Infrared is the invisible part of the sun's spectrum and is the basis of FIR saunas. The body's core temperature is increased which produces a deep, detoxifying sweat at the cellular level, where most toxins reside. This is what makes infrared light therapy very beneficial to your overall health in so many ways. 

"Saunas are purported to offer a myriad of health benefits, everything from relaxation, detoxification, and pain relief to wound healing, cellulite reduction, and weight loss.  Weight loss was one of the things that sold Mr. Davis on daily saunas. He says he went from weighing 210 pounds to 170 and saw his waistline shrink from 38 to 32 inches.

"Come to the April CHEO meeting to learn how the dramatic benefits of infrared light therapy can be achieved for your life and health," officials said.

Schedule:
2:-2:15 p.m. - Appetizers, Mingling and Networking
2:15-3:15 p.m. - Presentation
3:15-3:30 p.m. - Question & Answer Session
3:30-4 p.m. - Other Practitioner Intro's / Networking with Practitioners


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