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Neural Therapy 1 Workshop Seattle, WA

September 9th, 10th and 11th, 2022

Presenter - Jeff Harris, N.D.

Dr Harris has 30 years of experince in Neural Therapy

This is a hands on training.

Important updates regarding treatment for vaccine injury, COVID syndromes also included.

Course Objectives:

Neural Therapy

  1. Learn the basics of how Neural Therapy works:
    • History
    • Theories
    • Practical applications
  2. Learn how to take patient histories in the neural therapy style.
  3. Learn treatments for pain, headaches, asthma, and more…
  4. Practicum with supervision for:
    • Scar Treatments
    • Segmental therapy
    • Trigger point therapy
  1. Learn and practice more advanced Neural Therapy injections. Tonsils, Adenoids, Male and Female Inferior Hypogastric Plexus, Thyroid and more.
  2. Learn how to bring more benefit to your patients with less discomfort.
  3. Learn to do the injections during the Practicum: Multiple sessions for each participant to learn directly with Dr Harris’ guidance.

Where:  Bastyr University Campus:  14500 Juanita Dr NE, Kenmore, WA 98028

Register with credit card by contacting Dr. Harris or his staff at 206-517-4748; or mail check to: Naturopathic Healthcare Inc., 7201 - 5th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA  98115.  Include your name, email address, and phone number.

Venue Bastyr University room #146
Days: Friday September 9th 9:00 to 5:00
  Saturday September 10th 9:00 to 5:00
  Sunday Septemper 11th 9:00 to 1:00
Cost First time- $1600  Discount- $100 off if paid by August 5th 5:00 PST
  Refresher- $1100  Discount- $100 off if paid by August 5th 5:00 PST
  Students- $1100  Discount- $100 off if paid by August 5th 5:00 PST

    

Registration — Contact Jeff Harris ND:      206-517-4748

Rooms at Bastyr University:  TBD

First Visit Forms

Please print and fill out these 3 forms before coming to your first appointment

intake form
Intake Form

Notice of Privacy Practices Form

Informed Consent Form

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First Visit Forms

Please print and fill out these 3 forms before coming to your first appointment

intake form
Intake Form

Notice of Privacy Practices Form

Informed Consent Form

Information

Address

7201 5th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
(online directions)

Phone

425.646.8978

Fax

 

Email

Contact via email

Please note: When coming for an office visit please do not wear any strong perfumes or scents. I see many patients with sensitivities and respiratory conditions and scents can affect their health in a negative way. Thank you.

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Directions going South on I-5

  • I-5 South take exit #171, the 71st /65th Street exit.
  • Go up the exit ramp and before the stop sign on the right is 72nd street. Make a right turn onto 72nd Street.
  • Go one block to the stop sign. This is the corner of 72nd street and 5th Ave NE.
  • Straight ahead, across the street, is a yellow two-story building. My office is on the ground floor: 7201 5th Ave NE.

There is free parking on the street, pay parking in the lot behind the building. The entrance is on 5th Ave NE. Make yourself comfortable in one of the chairs. The bathroom is straight down the hall to the left. I will be with you shortly.

Directions going North on I-5:

  • I-5 North take exit #170, the Ravenna/ 65th Street exit.
  • Go down the exit ramp to the stop sign. Go straight (almost, the road is slightly bent to the left) across both lanes of Ravenna to the signal at 65th and 8th Ave.
  • Go straight through the light and drive under the freeway overpass bearing left onto Weedin Ave.
  • Drive 4 blocks to a blinking red light over an intersection and a stop sign. Now you are on 5th Ave NE and the cross street is 71st.
  • Go 1 block and you will see a yellow two-story building.

My office is on the ground floor: 7201 5th Ave NE. There is free parking on the street, pay parking in the lot behind the building. The entrance to my office is on 5th Ave NE. Make yourself comfortable in one of the chairs. The bathroom is straight down the hall to the left. I will be with you shortly.

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Directions from the Green lake area

  • Take Ravenna Boulevard to the 5 way intersection Greg's Bicycle Shop and Starbucks.
  • Go past Starbucks and turn right on 72nd (turning away from the lake at Baskin Robbins), go 2 blocks to 5th Ave NE.
  • On your left is a mustard yellow two-story building.
  • My office is on the ground floor and the entrance is on the 5th Ave NE side.

There is free parking on the street, pay parking in the lot behind the building. Make yourself comfortable in one of the chairs. The bathroom is straight down the hall to the left. I will be with you shortly. 

Understanding HIPPA

This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed, and how you can get access to this information. Please review carefully.

Information obtained by Jeff Harris, N.D. in his naturopathic practice or other members of his health care team will be recorded in your medical record and used to help decide what care may be right for you. We may also provide information to others providing you care. This will help them stay informed about you care.

Health plans and other payors need information from us about your medical care. Information from us to your payor may include your diagnoses, procedures performed, or recommended care.

We use your medical records to assess qualtiy and improve services. We may use and disclose medical records to review the qualifications and performance of our health care providers and to train the staff. We may contact you to remind you about appointments and give you information about treatment alternatives or other health-related benefits and services.

We may use and disclose your information to conduct or arrange for services including:

  • Medical quality review by your health plan accounting, legal, risk management, and insurance services audit functions, including fraud and abuse detection and compliance programs
  • You have the right to ask us to restrict certain uses and disclosures. You must deliver this request in writing to us. We are not required to grant the request, but we will comply with any request granted.
  • You have the right to request that you be allowed to see and get a copy of your protected health information. You should make this request in writing. We have a form available for you for this type of request. A reasonable cost-based fee will be assessed for such records for the actual cost of copying, postage, and preparing the summary explanation.
  • You have the right to have us review a denial of access to your protected health information, except in certain circumstances. You have the right to ask us to change your health information; you should make this request in writing. If your request is denied, we will notify you of this fact in writing and you may write a statement of disagreement. It will be stored in your medical record and included with any release of your records.
  • You have the right to request a list of disclosures of your health information. The list will not include disclosures to third-party payors. You may receive this information without charge once every 12 months. We will notify you of the cost involved if you request this information more than once in 12 months.
  • You have the right to cancel prior authorizations to use or disclose health information by giving us a written revocation. Your revocation does not affect information that has already been released. It also does not affect any action taken before we have it. Sometimes, you cannot cancel an authorization if its purpose was to obtain insurance.

If you have questions, want more information, or want to report a problem about the handling of your protected health information, you may contact: Jeff Harris, N.D. 425-646-8978.

If you believe your privacy rights have been violated, you may discuss your concerns with Jeff Harris, N.D. You may also deliver a written complaint to Jeff Harris, N.D. at his office. You may also file a complaint with the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services.

We have the right to change our practices regarding the protected health information we maintain. If we make changes, we will update and amend this Notice of Privacy Practices. You may receive the most recent copy of the Notice by calling and asking for it, or bookmarking this web page.

First Visit Forms

Please print and fill out these 3 forms before coming to your first appointment

intake form
Intake Form

Notice of Privacy Practices Form

Informed Consent Form

Medicine is part of my family history

My biography starts with my great grandfather, Percy Harris M.D., lived and practiced in Scottsville, Virginia.  He developed a good reputation as a caring doctor for his town.  He used to take his horse and buggy to make house calls, and sometimes he would be so tired after delivering a baby, he would lie down in the back of the buggy and the horse would take him home as he slept. One time, he bought a horse from the mailman, and wherever he went the horse would stop at every mailbox without fail. 

Percy Harris M.D. was mentioned on the T.V. show "The Walton's" several times.  He was also the mayor of Scottsville for 10 years.  The Scottsville Museum has a display in honor of Dr. Percy Harris for the good medical care and services he provided to his community for many years.

My family wanted to have another doctor in the family after my grandfather died.  My father approached me in my late teens and asked if I ever thought about being a doctor.  At that moment I knew that I wanted to be a doctor that didn't treat people with drugs or surgery.  My Dad laughed happily and said I would be a good doctor anyway.  I said, "I'm serious, I don't want to treat people with drugs or surgery".  I had never heard of such a doctor, and neither had anyone else that I knew.  During my pre-med courses at college, I talked with many people about the type of doctor I wanted to be; they were supportive but didn't know what I was talking about.

Starting my Education

One day while I was walking across campus, a friend called to me.  She handed me a paper with the name "John Bastyr College of Naturopathic Medicine" written on it.  I felt a flash like lightening and shouted, "That's it, I'm going to be a Naturopathic doctor!"  I'm grateful to her everyday for that note.

I finished my Biology/ Pre-med, interviewed at John Bastyr College of Naturopathic Medicine and was accepted.  Also, I joined the U.S. Army as a medic which helped pay the way to fulfill my dream.

I went to school with a great group of people at John Bastyr College of Naturopathic Medicine.  We worked hard, studied hard, and supported each other to get through the program and graduate.  I'm proud of my class, as they have truly contributed to the advancement of Naturopathic medicine, and still do. The year we graduated the college name changed to Bastyr University.

Opening my practice

I opened my first practice in the Medical Arts Building at Northwest Hospital.  I practiced there over a year before moving to my current office at 7201 5th Avenue NE.    

While at Northwest, I was invited by Bill Turska N.D. in Mist, Oregon to come and help him.  He was my first mentor.  He was an old-timey Naturopath that had a history of incredible cures.  I would work with him on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, and at my practice in Seattle on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.  One night when we had finished working with clients, Dr. Turska and I stayed up and talked for a long time into the night.  When I woke up the next morning, I felt different, like I was no longer a young Doc working with a mentor but two colleagues working together.  It wasn't his words to me, it was something else.  He would talk about how he worked on patients through the ethers, and I think he worked on me.

My second mentor

My second mentor has been Dietrich Klinghardt M.D., PhD. who taught me Neural Therapy.  I spent two days a month for eight months working with Dr. Klinghardt, and continued training with him at intervals for over four years.  I vividly remember the first patient who came to me for Neural Therapy.  He was dying from diarrhea, loosing 15 pounds a week for the past 2 weeks, had seen many doctors, and nothing had helped.  I tested him and found that he had a problem root canal.  I sent him to a dentist, had the root canal treated, and the diarrhea stopped immediately.  From that moment I recognized how powerful a healing tool Neural Therapy could be in discovering the cause of disease.  I am grateful to Dr's Turska and Klinghardt for their patience and mentorship, and for their willingness to pass on their experience to me.

When the student is ready the teacher arrives

The next phase of my training has been about doing my own inner work.  I have searched for a spiritual teacher in many traditions and finally found one, Sathya Sai Baba in India.  His words "All paths lead to the same God" got through to me and I was able to rest.

I went to the Northwest School of Healing in Bellevue, Washington which taught skills similar to Barbara Brennan's school in New York.  The teacher, Pat (Alima) Hamilton, taught energy healing and the importance of working on myself as well as others.  Then I met John Boren.  He is a spiritual counselor and led me into the deepest, darkest, secret parts of myself in as kind and polite of a way as it can be possibly done.  I have been profoundly changed by the work we have done together.  I owe him my life.  I pray everyone has such fine skilled teachers as I have had in my life.  I pray that I do right by them with every breath I take, and every word I say; I offer it all to God.

I am grateful for my life.  I am grateful for this opportunity to serve as a Naturopathic Physician.  I am honored to serve as a doctor.