How To Overcome Diabetic Neuropathy
- If you have Diabetic Neuropathy and have not found the relief you are seeking, this course if for you.
In this course you will learn how to successfully reduce your discomfort and return to a more active lifestyle. The course outline a holistic approach to healing; nutrition, exercise, therapies, and other lifestyle modifications that WILL have you feeling better. The course also educates you as to what causes neuropathy and how to set yourself up for longterm success.
Who this course is for:
- People with Diabetic Neuropathy.
Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI, 2007
Doctor of Chiropractic from Life University Marietta, GA, 2011, Cum Laude
ACE Certified Personal Trainer and Bootcamp Instructor Marietta, GA, 2007
ACE Certified Health Coach, 2016-Present
President of Whole Brain Health Initiative, 2015-Present
Post-graduate coursework in Functional Neurology, 2009-Present
Life University Neurology Club Officer, 2009-2011
Life University Neurology Club Member, 2008-2011
Over ten years of personal studies in Neurology
Dr. Stephen Cain, DC has 10 years of extensive training in Functional Neurology through the Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies. Through this unique curriculum, he has ascertained a deep knowledge of natural ways to help patients with neurological conditions. He has also traveled across the country to train with neuropathy experts.
After realizing the importance of lifestyle interventions in getting great results with patients, Dr. Cain got certified as a Health Coach, so he could best guide his patients through challenging lifestyle modifications. Dr. Cain also was involved in Toastmasters (communication and leadership organization) for seven years to help him refine his ability to communicate complex neurological concepts in easily understood conversations.
In addition to treating patients with neuropathic pain, he also runs a nonprofit organization, Whole Brain Health Initiative, which helps older adults adopt healthy habits as a preventative measure against Alzheimer’s Disease.