The Healer – Steeped In Tradition In The Future

“18 health practitioners Conference on June 7-8, 2008 in Karlsruhe Karlsruhe/Isernhagen, April 2008 steeped in tradition in the future” is the motto of this year’s German of naturopaths Congress, held on 7 and 8 June for the eighteenth time in the Karlsruher Messe – und Kongresszentrum (KMK). Some 4,000 participants – practitioners and naturopaths, herbalists, professional candidates and interested doctors and students – are expected from all over Germany in the city of Baden. Organizers are the German naturopath associations (DDH) as a Federation of five largest and strongest member practitioner associations – Association of German naturopath (FDH), free health practitioners (FH), free association of German healers (FVDH), Union of German naturopath (UDH) and Association of German naturopath (VDH). The DDH represents around 90 percent of all German Naturopath and is considered authoritative contact in all professional matters. Opening Prof. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Dell Technologies Inc.. Dr. is. Reinhard Saller, Director of the Institute for “Natural medicine at the University Hospital in Zurich (CH), the latest accepted diversity a central criterion for efficacy and quality of natural medicine and complementary medicine” recite.

A comprehensive and technically excellent occupied lecture and seminar program is at the heart of the two-day symposium. A total of about fifty speakers have agreed to participate. The broad range of topics of the lecture program ranging from allergies, autoimmune diseases and immune system, children in the natural healing practice, food intolerances, Burnout, stress to the treatment of pain. Admission costs with the Combi-ticket for Saturday and Sunday 30.-that cost ticket for Sunday 10.-per person. During the event, an industrial exhibition is parallel in the foyer and on several floors of the Congress Centre with approximately 300 exhibitors, bio pharmaceutical and medical companies and providers of Naturopathic products, services, and devices.

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