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. Developed in 2009, ACAM's Certified Chelation Therapy (CCT) designation is the gold standard for Chelation Therapy Certification. 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 like biochemistry. 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



WHAT ARE THE THREE STEPS & WHAT IS MY INVESTMENT?

1. Basic Chelation Self-Study Series (Required)2. Practicum
ACAM Member: $599          Non-Member: $799ACAM Member: $1495          Non-Member: $1795
The basic Chelation video series offers professionals the ability to study on their own time and grasp the essential elements of Chelation. The multi-episode series is available online for 24/7 access at your convenience.

* BONUS: In addition to the Basic Chelation Self-Study Series, ACAM's Official Chelation Protocol, published in 2017, will be provided. This in-depth manual was written by ACAM's Chelation Committee and provides the most up-to-date information available as of February 2017.
The workshop and practicum provides in-depth training by combining the information presented in the webinar with a full course of new material including metal toxicology, lead and other water contaminate updates as well as the IV Therapies practicum.

3. Exam
Scheduled at the end of the Practicum, ACAM's exam was developed using state-of-the-art psychometrics, robust question development and the academic rigor necessary for a certification program.
*See if you meet the eligibility requirements to certify
  
Upcoming Dates:
- May 2 - 3, 2020 | Las Vegas, Nevada
- November 11-12, 2020 | Seattle, WA (prior to the Annual Meeting) - More info coming soon!

   


COURSE TESTIMONIALS
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MEET THE FACULTY
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The Late
Walter Crinnon
Tony Lamas Dorothy Merritt Jeffrey Morrison Lyn Patrick David Quig James Roberts













ALREADY CERTIFIED? YOU MAY NEED AN UPDATE 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. View 2019 TACT 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.

To learn more click: UPDATE CERTIFICATION

 
 

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