Events

Fall 2017 Events

Please note the new events that will be happening this fall:

From September 8–10, I will be in Norris Point, Newfoundland, to give clinics at The Old Cottage Hospital. Call Cottage Physiotherapy, the office of Joanie Cranston, PT, at 709-458-2875 to make an appointment.

On October 21st, from 8:15 a.m. – 5:45 p.m., I will be teaching the first seminar in a new BWC Seminar series. This first seminar will be on ‘The Belly’ and will be held at Viriditas Herbal Products, Ltd., 2775 Dundas St. West, Suite 101, Toronto, Ontario. Space is limited to 15 participants (who must be licensed practitioners – ND, DC, RMT), so register ASAP.

On November 18th, I will be teaching for the OAND’s Nathuropathic Legacy Project. The topic cover will be Part 4, a summary of the New Patient Physical Examination.

Details of these events can be found on the Events page of this website. Thank you.

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Teaching Events in 2016

Here are some events I will be participating in this year. As more details become available, I will update this information. Thank you.


 

Teaching for The Legacy Project

April 16, 2016
Teaching parts 3 and 4 of the New Patient Physical Examination. Held at CCNM.
See www.oand.org for more details and to sign up.

Newfoundland Clinic, August 2016

Clinics at The Old Cottage Hospital in Norris Point, Newfoundland.
Dates of clinic are August 20, 21, & 22.
Call Cottage Physiotherapy, the office of Joanie Cranston, PT, at 709-458-2875 to make an appointment.

OAND Convention in Toronto

November 4-6, 2016
Lecturing at the OAND convention in Toronto on Optimizing Immune Resiliency.

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Teaching Events in 2015

The Legacy Project (January through November)

As part of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors Legacy Project, Verna Will be teaching naturopathic new patient examination over four 4-hour sessions from January through November. You can find more information about registering for these sessions at the OAND’s website here.

 

Health Fusion 2015: CAND Convention in Calgary (June)

Using Naturopathic Manual Therapies to Address Cellular Metabolic Stasis

Presented by Dr. Verna Hunt BSC DC ND

One main root cause of immune challenges, chronic conditions and dis-ease is the decrease of metabolic function within the trillions of cells in our bodies. Naturopathic modalities to address stasis and stagnation include manual therapies that can be administered immediately within the patient’s appointment with directive on home therapies to continue restoration after the patient goes home. This session will teach how manual therapies when applied appropriately promote metabolism and decrease stasis to people of all ages from infant to geriatric patients and how they are a vital method of care.

Areas of therapy to be taught include:

  • Lymphatic system flow in general and also specific conditions
  • Abdominal massage and organ positioning
  • Diaphragm reset
  • Postural rebalancing
  • Safe joint mobilization
  • Stretching safely
  • Instructions for patient home care

 

Please see the Events page of this website for specific dates and locations.

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