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Dr. Jay Holder in Vancouver


November 6, 2012
By Maria DiDanieli

Nov. 2, Winnipeg, MB – Torque Release Technique (TRT) invites
chiropractors, students and chiropractic assistants to attend a free Philosophy
Night with Dr. Jay Holder, founder and creator of TRT, on Friday, November 23rd
from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. at the Delta Suites Vancouver Downtown.

There will also be a continuing education seminar held on November
24th & 25th, 2012 at the same hotel.  The seminar course will be taught by Dr. Sony
Canteenwala, from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Dr. Canteenwala is TRT’s lead Canadian
instructor and president of the Holder Research Institute, Canada.
Dr. Jay Holder, will
be also be teaching a special three-hour advanced module within the seminar.

The free philosophy night and seminar will take place at Delta
Suites Vancouver Downtown – seminar times are 9 a.m.–6 p.m. on Saturday,
November 24th and 9 a.m –2 p.m. on Sunday, November 25th.
Registration for either is necessary.

TRT is a neurologically-based model of
analysis that, though not instrument dependant, is greatly enhanced by
incorporating the Integrator adjusting device.  Chiropractors are called
upon to rely on their current adjusting skills using the TRT Model.  
TRT will allow DCs to avoid patient plateau, making ongoing adjustments as
neurologically meaningful as the first. 

“Most
techniques have taught us to find the area of pain, tension or dis-ease and
adjust leaving the compensation corrected…only allowing it to return.” says Dr.
Canteenwala. “You will learn to find the primary subluxation by finding the
area of ease and amplifying these areas, thus allowing the body to make the
adjustments needed for the secondary compensations to correct themselves.”

For more information on TRT, and for free
philosophy night or seminar details including registration guidelines, please
visit www.torquerelease.ca or
call 204-474-2002.

 


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