Balance Method

THE KEY TO YOUR CLINICAL SUCCESS

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The Balance Method Seminars

The Balance Method is an effective, powerful and easy to learn method, developed by Dr. Richard Tan.

The Seminars are conducted by Adi Fromm and Guy Polak, both certified by Dr. Richard Tan in the Balance Method, bearers of Dr. Tan’s Gold Certificate and official representatives of Dr. Tan in Israel.

Guy and Adi are experienced acupuncture practitioners. Their pioneering work in integrating Chinese Medicine in Israel has been widely recognized and has become a model for integrating Chinese medicine in modern hospitals. They regularly work in the Emergency Room, treat patients at the inpatients wards, the delivery room as well as in the pediatric, orthopedic and neurology departments. They also conduct research in the fields of orthopedics, gastrointestinal and emergency room efficacy.

Guy and Adi have been teaching Dr. Tan’s Balance Method in Israel, Europe and United States and are regularly invited to lecture at international conferences. They also run several internship programs throughout the year in the hospital and their private clinics.

The Balance Method Seminars led by Adi and Guy are unique in terms of the great combination between theory and practice. By teaching in an informal environment, the participants are invited to take active part in the seminar, asking questions and putting into practice what they are learning. At the end of each seminar, participants are invited to bring their patients and treat them with the newly learned Balance Method under the supervision of Adi and Guy.

DR. TAN’S ANNOUNCEMENT

HIGHEST STANDARDS

32 CEUs approved by Florida Board of Acupuncture

PDA approved By NCCAOM

BOOST YOUR PRACTICE

Graduate as certified Gold Level Balance Method teacher

GAIN REAL EXPERIENCE

Work with real patients in a unique, hands-on Practical Day

Two world renowned presenters, endorsed by Dr. Tan,

teaching the Balance Method in a fresh, dynamic way

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