OTZ Announces 2010 Frozen Shoulder Syndrome Seminar Schedule

Frozen Shoulder experts offer seminar series, new ways to train doctors in providing proven, non-surgical relief to millions of sufferers.

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OTZ founder and Dallas chiropractor Dr. Francis X. Murphy, developer of the non-surgical frozen shoulder syndrome treatment, with frozen shoulder patient.

Founder Dr. Francis X. Murphy with the first OTZ frozen shoulder patient, Mrs. Pam Hatcher, treated in 2006.

The reason we started OTZ is to train more doctors to resolve what could be six to nine million Frozen Shoulder Syndrome cases in the United States alone.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 24, 2009

One-To-Zero (OTZ) Health Education Systems (http://www.otzhealthed.com) announced the first three 2010 Frozen Shoulder Syndrome Diagnosis & Treatment seminar dates today. The three-day training seminars begin at noon Friday and end at noon Sunday will be held February 19-21, April 30-May 2, and June 25-27 at Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas. The seminar is sponsored for 12 hours of continuing education credit. Complete seminar details are available at http://www.otzhealthed.com/attend-ce-class.

OTZ trains medical doctors, chiropractors, orthopedic surgeons and specialists, osteopaths, and anesthesiologists to use its proven, non-surgical diagnosis and treatment method to relieve the conditions that cause Frozen Shoulder Syndrome. According to OTZ founder Dr. Francis X. Murphy, "The reason we started OTZ is to train more doctors to resolve what could be six to nine million Frozen Shoulder Syndrome cases in the United States alone." Dr. Murphy adds, "My staff and I have successfully resolved more than 300 cases in my Dallas clinic in the past three years. We regularly see patients from all over the United States and many other countries. This effective treatment can be and must be more broadly available, and that's why OTZ is here."

Frozen Shoulder Syndrome seminar details, online patient outcome videos, and patient and doctor contact forms are available at http://www.otzhealthed.com. Dr. Murphy and his clinical staff train groups of doctors at live diagnosis and treatment seminars at Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas. Each seminar includes the treatment of Frozen Shoulder Syndrome patients to provide the most effective learning experience possible. Medical doctors, chiropractors, orthopedic surgeons and specialists, osteopaths, and anesthesiologists may learn more about the CE seminar at http://www.otzhealthed.com/attend-ce-class.

Supporting its effort to broaden the availability of treatment for frozen shoulder syndrome sufferers, OTZ has made the Frozen Shoulder Syndrome Diagnosis & Treatment Physician's Training Manual as well as its entire series of clinical and seminar video sessions in the online OTZ Continuing Education Center available to qualified health care professionals. Previously, the training manual and online CEC were only available to seminar attendees. However, qualified health care professionals can now access the training manual and online CEC at http://www.otzhealthed.com/store with or without attending a live seminar. OTZ plans to offer six to 10 CE seminars in 2010 and to continue to offer broader access to its growing library of curriculum, research, and patient outcome studies.

About OTZ Health Education Systems
OTZ Health Education Systems, LLC (OTZ) (http://www.otzhealthed.com) is the developer of a proven, non-surgical method of diagnosing and successfully treating Frozen Shoulder Syndrome (FSS). OTZ trains doctors so they can help the millions of people worldwide who suffer from the debilitating effects of FSS. The OTZ method is based on years of research by founder Dr. Francis X. Murphy and encompasses the fields of neurology, chiropractic, and biochemistry to relieve the conditions that cause Frozen Shoulder Syndrome.

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Victor A. DiBlasi
OTZ Health Education Systems
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