ACAM's Exclusive & Nationally Recognized Chelation Course: A 3-Step Advanced Providers Program

Whether you're new to detoxification education or are a seasoned practitioner, ACAM's rigorous training will enhance your practice's treatment options and improve health outcomes. One step cannot be completed without the other - this is a sequential course to provide the most in-depth chelation training available to date. As the recognized leader in heavy metal detoxification/chelation therapy education, ACAM works diligently to ensure our curriculum is robust, relevant, and of the highest caliber. Our Advanced Chelation Providers (CAP) course covers a broad spectrum of detoxification topics from biochemistry to billing. Our faculty ensure scientific rigor, complete understanding, and safe, practical application of therapy to maximize health worldwide.


WHO WILL BENEFIT?

     MD, DO, ND, DDS, PA, NP, and DC will all benefit from this comprehensive training led by ACAM's expert faculty

MEET THE FACULTY - view bios








Walter Crinnon Tony Lamas Dorothy Merritt Jeffrey Morrison Lyn Patrick David Quig James Roberts











   
WHAT ARE THE THREE STEPS & WHAT IS MY INVESTMENT?
1. Basic Chelation Self-Study Series (pre-requisite) 2. Advanced Chelation Workshop & 3. CCT Exam
       ACAM Member: $599        Non-Member: $799     ACAM Member: $1495        Non-Member: $1795
*Exclusive to Basic Course purchase - receive the 2017 Official Chelation Protocol Publication!

 
* See if you meet the eligibility requirements to certify


 

WHEN IS THE NEXT PRACTICUM & EXAM?
     The next practicum & certification exam is November 7-8, 2018 in Las Vegas, NV in conjunction with the ACAM Annual Meeting. Register for the
     workshop alone or workshop and Annual Meeting HERE.

ALREADY CERTIFIED? YOU MAY NEED AN UPDATED AND REVIEW OF YOUR CCT CERTIFICATION!
As the TACT 2 Trial continues, the practice and application of Chelation therapy is rapidly evolving. We are understanding more about the multiple effects of EDTA in reducing metal burden and oxidant stress. Both the assessment and testing protocols have been updated based on epidemiologic data and clinical evidence for toxic metal exposures related to water contamination and metal-on-metal hip replacements.
Toxicant exposures are increasing and making sure that Chelation practice includes an understanding of nutrient sufficiency and the application of methylation genetics is crucial for safety and effective Chelation outcomes. ACAM faculty will provide this information with a clinically useful approach that allows for application to complex patients. Read 2018 TACT II Update

How often should I update my Certification?
Certified Chelation Therapist (CCT) designation should be reviewed if you've not updated your education in the last 5 years. Tact 2 trials indicate
you should consider updating your education if you certified more than two years ago.

An exclusive package for those eligible to renew their CCT is available with the updated 2017 Protocol produced by ACAM's Renowned Faculty.

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