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Call for Speakers



Proposal application deadline is October 14, 2016​
 
Processes & Requirements
  • All presentations should be geared towards professionals in the holistic nutrition and wellness industry.  
  • Proposals will be reviewed for objectivity and relevance of subject matter.
  • Proposals should be educational and informative.
  • Sales-oriented proposals will not be considered and all presentations must limit any sales-related information to no more than 5% of content and/or time.
Please review the Speaker Information & FAQs prior to submitting a proposal so you are fully aware of the benefits, compensation, requirements, and other aspects of presenting.
 

Submit Your Proposal Now!

Pre-Conference Workshop Application
Looking to reach a rapidly-growing national audience of holistic nutrition and wellness professionals?  Then this is your opportunity!  Apply today for one of two pre-conference spaces available.  Leverage your business and gain unparalleled exposure in the holistic nutrition industry.  

These pre-conference spaces are available for
Thursday, May 4, 2017.

 
To be considered for a Pre-Conference Workshop session, please review the information here and complete the form.

 
2016 Conference Audios on Sale Now!
  
If you weren't able to join us at the 2016 Annual Conference & Expo, you now have the chance to access all the conference sessions.  The conference touted many sessions covering the many facets of nutrition.   Topics include Integrative Cancer Care, Mitochondrial Care & Feeding, Nutritional Endocrinology, Autoimmune Disease and running a successful nutrition business.

Purchase online access to these presentations by individual sessions, tracks or as the full Conference package. 


*Note: If you pre-purchased sessions at the Conference,  you should have received an email confirming your access.  If you did not receive an email, log into your NANP Account to access your purchases.


Integrative Management of Fibromyalgia, GlobalPain and Fatigue Syndromes- Dr. David M. Brady

Join us for a webinar on Sep 08, 2016 at 11:00 AM PDT.

Register now!


Research suggests that “classic” Fibromyalgia (FMS) is a central pain processing disorder and does not appear to be a peripheral somatic disorder. Dr Brady will emphasize the concept that “classic” FMS must be clinically differentiated from the various subsets of organic, functional, and musculoskeletal problems which can lead to an erroneous diagnosis of FMS. He will then discuss an integrated approach to treatment of FMS. 

• Analyze the concept of central pain processing and the consequences of dysfunction of descending inhibition. 
• Assess the difference between regionalized somatic pain and true central allodynia. 
• Analysis of patients presenting with suspicion of fibromyalgia. 
• Develop a nutritional and supplement treatment approach to patients presenting with fibromyalgia.


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Healing Pain Summit
On September 12, Dr. Joe Tatta, DPT, CNS, will be hosting a very powerful webinar on Pain.  

In this webinar Dr. Joe will tackle the Top 5 Questions on PAIN – Why do we have it?  Why can’t we get rid of it? And is there something else I should be doing?  

Dealing with an injury, illness, inflammation, autoimmune or any kind of ongoing pain issue, can be life altering.  This fast training event will give you tactics and info to change your life, almost immediately.  

Click here to save your spot and take control of your life back again.  
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