Events

IABDM Conference 2018

The annual IABDM conference will be held in Scottsdale, AZ, from October 11-13.

I will be speaking on Thursday, October 11th. This 1-day event will be an introduction to MRT and is open to all participants, whether you are attending the dental course or not—but please try to attend this informative and fun biological dental course as well!

Matrix Reflex Testing (MRT) Intro Workshop

Dr. Louisa L. Williams     October 11, 2018

In this one-day introductory workshop participants will learn:

  1. How the fascial-matrix connective tissue in our bodies can contract (similar to kinesiology) in response to challenges to help fine-tune our diagnosis and treatment on patients.
  2. How to use the Reflex Arm Length (RAL) measurement as an easy and reliable energetic testing tool.
  3. How the RAL can determine the most optimal nutritional supplements (which vitamin C tests best?) and foods (which brand of coconut oil should I buy?), as well as identify primary food allergies, dental toxins (heavy metals, galvanism, focal infections), and significant malocclusions.
  4. This introductory workshop will include lectures, demonstrations, and workshop practice periods.

 

Comments from colleagues on Dr. Williams’ MRT teaching:

“I appreciated that Louisa took the time to demonstrate and explain the material without rushing, and the fact that she was very clear throughout the class. I like the technique and the self-testing is easy.”
Claudia Sames, Certified Nutritionist

“Excellent organization and presentation of difficult material. Wonderful information, very inspiring. Thank you, thank you, thank you!”
Allison Hofmann, ND

“This course was well organized yet informal enough to ask questions and exchange ideas. Dr. Williams is an excellent teacher, is very approachable, and communicates well. The seminar setting was very conducive to maintaining focus. I look forward to the intermediate course.”
Claus Fichte, MD

“Overall a great seminar! I found Louisa very clear, and appreciated her methodical approach and demonstrations. She took careful notes of questions and issues that came up throughout the seminar so that she could address them at the appropriate time. It was a good mix of didactic and practical application/practice.”
Katelynn Vifquain, L.Ac.

“Fabulous seminar! Dr. Williams is a superb researcher and magnificent teacher. She has taught me many procedures that I use in my practice and which I now cannot live without! I am excited for her next seminar and hope to inspire more doctors and practitioners to learn MRT.”
Pamela Paetzhold, ND, DC, L.Ac., RDH