Bring Alternative Medicine into your Practice!
A comprehensive training program

This 5 Module course will transform your practice!

This course has already been approved for 85 CME Credits and  19 COPE hours  (66 COPE credit hours approval pending)

Faculty will include:

Letter from Bob Sanet, OD

There is an interesting seminar opportunity for those of you who might be interested in a holistic approach to eye and vision care.
I recently attended a day-long seminar on homeopathy presented by Dr. Ed Kondrot and found it most interesting from both a personal and professional perspective. Many of you know Ed from meeting him at the COVD Annual Meeting, the da Silva seminar, or my seminar in San Diego series in San Diego. If have met him then you know that he is a well informed, intellectually curious and honest practitioner who has a wealth of knowledge in homeopathy, microcurrent and syntonics. He has used these treatment modalities to treat SMD, and other systemic and eye conditions, with varied but generally good, and sometimes amazingly positive results.
For more information regarding Ed's 2009 series of seminars, one of which I will co-teach, just click on the attached link.
As you can see, in addition to the quality education, it also has lots of COPE approved hours. So, if you're like me and always looking for easy ways to get COPE approved hours, this is a great opportunity to do so.
I'm hoping that many of you will be interested in this opportunity and look forward to seeing you there.
Warm regards,
Bob Sanet

Course Location
Dr. Kondrot’s new office located at:
34225 N. 27th Drive - Bldg #3 Suite 118
Phoenix, AZ 85085

 The course goal is to give you the expertise and confidence to begin using these therapies in your practice immediately.

Module  Schedule
Friday 1:00PM to 6:00PM
Saturday 9:00AM to 5:00PM
Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Jan. 23-25 2009 
Vitamin, Nutrition and IV Therapies
Dr. Robert Rowen and Dr. Edward Kondrot 

March 20-22 2009 
Treatment of vision problems secondary to serious pathology
Helping people to function better with vision loss
Dr. Robert Sanet and Dr. Edward Kondrot