Tuesday, November 04, 2008D.P. Culp University Center, East Tennessee RoomA registered dietitian is the safest bet to ensure adequate education and training in the biomechanics of nutrition. However, an additional option available to regional folks related to nutritional health therapy is a local area chiropractor who is knowledgeable in the biomechanics of nutrition therapy.
If you want more in-depth information on nutritional health therapy then mark your calendar for Tuesday, November 4, 2008, for “Women and Nutritional Health Therapy.” Guest speaker Charley Ward, D.C., owner of Ward Chiropractic Center in Elizabethton, Tenn., and the Women’s Nutritional Health Center in Johnson City, Tenn., is conducting this women’s health seminar. When asked about his practice philosophy, Ward described it succinctly with the following: “The primary purpose of Women’s Nutritional Health Center is to help women regain and maintain their health and vitality with the belief, that by doing so, she will influence her children, her spouse/partner, her extended family, and her friends to also lead a healthy life. The ultimate result will be a healthier community now and in the future.”