Advanced OAT Mastery Course, starting March 31, 2022, provides healthcare practitioners with in-depth training on Organic Acids Test interpretation.
Organic Acids Testing is a critical tool in diagnosing health issues in patients and clients. Organic Acids (OA) are chemical compounds found in urine that are products of metabolism. An example of Organic Acids are lactic acid, linked to glucose metabolism, physical stress, poor blood flow, bacterial infections, mitochondrial dysfunction, mold toxicity and even sleep apnea. Another common Organic Acid is HPHPA, produced by certain clostridia bacteria in the digestive system. HPHPA is a known inhibitor of nervous system dopamine metabolism, often linked to neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, various mental health disorders and autism.
An OAT (Organic Acids Test) is an accurate assessment of what is happening metabolically in the body. It evaluates for over 75 urinary metabolites that can be useful for discovering underlying causes of health problems. Treatments based on OAT findings often lead to improved energy, sleep and mental health conditions, as well as reduced attention and concentration problems, chronic pain, digestive issues and neurological disorders. It is the single greatest test that every health care practitioner should know how to interpret and use in clinical practice. It is a powerful tool for helping people with chronic health problems and is a cornerstone test taught through Integrative Medicine Academy’s Advanced OAT Mastery Course.
The Advanced OAT Mastery Course is designed for the health care practitioners with some experience in Organic Acids Testing. The course is taught by the leading physician expert in OAT Testing, Dr. Kurt Woeller.
Dr. Kurt Woeller is a world renowned Integrative Medicine physician who with more than twenty years of clinical practice using and interpreting OAT Testing. Dr. Woeller is the leading authority on OAT testing, and has brought insight and extensive experience to this online training course so it may be easily understood and implemented in an accelerated time frame. The Advanced OAT Mastery Course will teach health care professionals to effectively utilize and interpret the OAT test to help patients and clients achieve better health and wellness and get to the root causes of chronic health concerns.
“Each section on the OAT can be viewed as its own separate lab test. Mastering the OAT takes time and dedication, but ultimately is practice transformative in helping patients challenged with chronic health problems,” says Dr. Kurt Woeller.
Advanced OAT Mastery Course is an online medical training course offered by the Integrative Medicine Academy will start on March 31, 2020.
Previous Advanced OAT Mastery Course attendees make glowing recommendations for the course. “Taking this Advanced OAT Mastery Course enables you to be notches ahead of colleagues who merely send for the results of the basic OAT test and be done. In this course you are challenged to a full review of the organic chemistry pathways of target systems. As a psychiatrist of 30+ years, it’s a joy to receive the end-of-the-rope referrals because I have been thoroughly and properly trained with no academic holds barred. Dr. Woeller took us through this challenge and he did it in such an easy refreshing way that I felt like I was finally in medical school, this time emerging with the tools to actually benefit patients” said Dr. Andrews.
The 12 module Advanced OAT Mastery Course includes live lessons, webinars, live Q&A webinars, access to protocols, downloadable handouts and customizable documents. There is also an interactive forum where students can interact with instructors day or night.
The Advanced OAT Mastery Course begins March 31, 2022. For more information or to sign up for the course, please visit AdvancedOATMasteryCourse.com for more information.
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