Dan Young is a 2nd generation Naturopathic Doctor.
His clinic Country Doctor Nutritional Center serves the nutritional therapy needs of over 4,000 people per year. Dan is author of “Your Personal Guide to The Ultimate Healing System: 18 Steps to Achieve Optimum Health” and his work with Practice BluePrint has received national recognition for continuing education for Practitioners.
1801 Logan Avenue
Dr. Philip G Cameron has been in practice since 2005. His formal education began with his study of engineering at the Colorado School of Mines. Here he discovered that he didnot want a career that focused on machines and computers so he transferred to Springfield College in Massachusetts. Pursuing a career to focus on people and athletes he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sports Biology. He continued his education at New York Chiropractic College where he earned his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree.
Dr. Cameron has studied the specialized discipline of Applied Kinesiology, receiving his certification in 2005 and his Diplomate in 2017. Dr. Cameron has published articles related to applied kinesiology and became certified in Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET) in January of 2019. He has also taken advanced training in sports science, rehabilitation, Active Release Technique (ART) and Applied Kinesiology. He has completed extensive course work in nutrition, vitamins, herbs and homeopathy.
Dr. Cameron’s goal is to asssist patients with their health challenges using the most conservative means possible, helping them to avoid drugs and surgery and obtain optimal health.
2419 West Main Street Suite 1
Bozeman, MT 59718
Melissa Homner is a certified Integrative Nutritional Health Coach. As a result of her own health journey, she has an intense belief in the body’s ability to heal when given the right support.
She loves working with individuals with autoimmune and gastrointestinal disease and helping them return to a state of wellness. Otherwise, she works with a wide range of health concerns.
Currently Melissa is attending the School of Applied Functional Medicine. This allows her to serve clients at a much deeper level, taking a Functional Medicine approach to wellness, partnering with them in the quest for real answers and supporting them through the healing process and witnessing their achievement of optimal health and truly thrive.
In short; educating, inspiring, and empowering her clients to achieve wellness.
2419 West Main Street, Suite 1
Bozeman, MT 59718
Dan starts the 5 key principles to the healing mindset
1.) Healing body and mind is not an event
“Mechanics and Dynamics” – it’s a process
2.) 2 reasons why we get ill
Toxicity – Deficiency
Discussion on Mind Body Connection
Dan continues 5 key principles of healing mindset
3.) Where is the stress. Where is it coming from?
30% genetics 70% lifestyle/diet
we’re not looking for medicine
4.) Everyone has his/her blueprint, biofeedback
5.) What is the right order how to approach healing
Phil Diplomate in Applied Kinesiology
Response of the body to manual muscle testing
Becca gives examples about Applied Kinesiology
When does the body stop losing weight
Call about some of the best ways to cut carbs
Discussion with Becca
Jacobus analogy of fireplace
Melissa on how it works with her at the center
Jacobus recaps with some insights
Dan and Melissa
Phil shares client stories
Call about “dumbing down the mind”
Dan talks about 5 stresses you must address
- Scar Tissue
- Immune System
Phil talks about the difference between Applied Kinesiology and Muscle Testing