We love these photos of Dr. Greg and Dr. Steph from @marslenchiro! If you’re looking for SD practitioners in WA, these are your guys! 💙
The 9 aspects to the SD protocol. 2: DAMPENING SOUND INPUT If you find yourself getting regular headaches from loud noises in public, or becoming increasingly irritated from loud noises in your house that never used to bother you, you may need to calm down your Inferior Colliculus. Your Inferior Colliculus is responsible for receiving sound input and is one of the easiest to control. By trying something as simple as wearing ear plugs at home, you may find that your constant headaches become less frequent. After coming home from work to a loud, bustling household, ear plugs may provide you with instant relief from sensory overload. Another quick relief from sound at home is getting the kids to wear headphones while watching TV or playing on the iPad. With multiple kids often on multiple devices, its hard to catch a break. Headphones will definitely help with this (or better yet, just send them to play outside ;) ) Find out more by purchasing Dr Wayne Todd's book SD Protocol HERE: http://www.sdprotocol.com.au/shop/sd-protocol-softcover-book
The 9 aspects to the SD Protocol. 1: CONTROLLING LIGHT INPUT Are you the kind of person who can't leave home without your sunglasses? Do you turn around even if you're half way to your destination just to get them? If so, you probably have a sensitive Superior Colliculi. These bright lights such as fluorescent department store lights, and the common light omitted by our phone and computer screens give off a blue light signal. This signal is a short, sharp wave shape and it amps up our Superior Colliculi. This blue signal is the opposite to a red light wave length which is long and smooth. Turn your world red by wearing red lenses! While red lenses won't protect your eyes from the sun, they make bright lights from your phones and computer screens much easier to handle. We sell these on our website for as little as $29.95! http://www.sdprotocol.com.au/shop/red-lenses-2 Other ways to decrease light input include using light dimmers at night, getting your prescription lenses dipped, and using the night shift feature on your phones.
Attention Practitioners - Do you want to expand your knowledge and create better health outcomes for your patients? We are very excited to announce that SD Protocol are now offering an Advanced SD Protocol Training Course. You can now complete our SD Online course at your own pace, in the comfort of your own home. There is no need to take any time away from the practice or your family while you complete this highly informative and thorough course. Still unsure if this is for you? We're offering the first chapter of our course FREE! To solidify your knowledge, once you have completed the online component you will be able to attend a live, intensive workshop where you will learn how to integrate the protocol into your practice. Our first 2018 Workshop is being held on the 23rd of June at the Jasper Hotel, Melbourne. Our workshop will commence at 8am and finish at 5pm, giving you ample time to become truly comfortable with the content you will have learned during the SD Protocol Course. This is being offered for $1490.00 What are you waiting for? Sign up now and become one of the leading innovators of your community. LINK IN BIO!
Repost from @activespinecentre! “Are you suffering from headaches/migraines after looking at your devices all day? Well we have good news, these pair of red lenses dampen and soften the light input to the area of your brain, they throw out blue light which can disturb not only our ability to handle light causing headaches but can also disrupt our sleep and hormonal patterns. Come in and have a chat to one of our chiropractors if this is something you may be interested in. Some good advice from Todd clinics: Switch your iPhone to nightshift/more warm for a red tinge which decreases the aggravation of the blue light! ☺️😎”
There are many reasons for infertility or low fertility. Age, past chemotherapy, or sperm quality and motility are among factors that may contribute to fertility problems. However, common causes of fertility problems relate to ovulation, the endometrium and polycystic ovarian syndrome. If these issues are the cause of your fertility problems, then the SD Protocol may boost your fertility. You can find out so much more by attending Dr Wayne Todd's public talk on Hormonal Imbalances. Covering common issues such as PCOS, Irregular/Painful periods, hair loss, weight gain, Infertility and thyroid dysfunctions (among more) you do not want to miss this opportunity. February 28, 7pm at the Sale Baptist Church. BUY YOUR TICKET HERE: www.trybooking.com.au/TTEV
Dr Stefan Angelucci from our Drouin Clinic spreading the word about the SD Protocol at the Drouin Ficifolia Festival on Saturday! Purchase our products by visiting www.sdprotocol.com.au/shop and begin your journey to optimal health with the best start possible. To book in with Chiropractor Dr Stefan in Drouin, call (03) 5625 2317
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Dr Wayne Todd speaking about our upcoming public talk on Hormonal Imbalances and Infertility. Is this you??? Tag a friend who would benefit from this event and click the link in our bio to secure your spot! You don’t have to suffer any longer 👊🏼👊🏼