NGUI-MATRIX Medical Seminars — Markham, Ontario
On May 3-5, 2019, medical professionals from around the world will have the opportunity to attend the National Conference of Traditional Medicine in Markham, Ontario. Designed for medical professionals and aspiring medical professionals alike, this conference hosted by Dr. Sheila McKenzie, President of the W.O.N.M and Dr. Brian Gangel, Director of PRLabs™, will feature 9 full workshops, 10 international speakers, and a QRA™ Certification for all of those in attendance.
On May 3, 2019, from 6 pm to 7 pm, Grandmaster Stanley Ngui Hon Sang will be presenting his innovative new non-invasive pain management treatment the NGUI-MATRIX for all of those in attendance of the conferences.
But Who Is Grandmaster Stanley Hon Sang?
Grandmaster Stanley Ngui Hon Sang is a 23rd generation practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine and Qigong, as well as being a medical professional and presenter of innovative medical techniques like the NGUI-MATRIX non-invasive pain management system.
Grandmaster Stanley Hon Sang has presented at medical conferences, including past conferences with the World Organization of Natural Medicine, around the world for the last couple of decades — sharing his extensive knowledge with thousands of medical professionals or aspiring medical professionals such as yourself.
Currently, Grandmaster Stanley Ngui Hon Sang is a member of the Steering Committee of Integrative Medicine, and the Chancellor of North America for the Orthomolecular Division of the World Organization of Natural Medicine Practitioners.
The NGUI-MATRIX — What Will Be Discussed At The Conference
Currently, we live in a world where medicine and therapies are becoming increasingly more advanced. That being said, the advancements have not necessarily been trending in the correct direction. While medicine and therapies have advanced, they have trended towards pharmaceutical and surgical procedures while there is instead a huge public calling for non-toxic and non-invasive therapies.
The NGUI-MATRIX is the answer to the public’s calling. Pain, whether it be chronic or acute, is one of the most common symptoms experienced around the world, yet non-invasive pain treatment therapies are few and far between — until now, that is.
The NGUI-MATRIX operates on the principle that pain can be attributed to irregularities of the body’s natural energy as it flows along the multiple matrices within the body. The NGUI-MATRIX, in its essence, is a pain management and pain treatment therapy that allows for the body’s energy to be re-distributed properly along the body’s meridians without the use of medication or surgical intervention.
If you are interested in learning more about this innovative new non-invasive pain treatment system, we urge you to attend the National Conference of Traditional Medicine or another one of Grandmaster Stanley Ngui Hon Sang’s upcoming conferences.
About The National Conference of Traditional Medicine
The National Conference of Traditional Medicine is devoted to advancing the next generation of health care professionals by providing them with a widespread base of medical education that can be used as empowerment and a career driver. The impressive list of guest speakers is dedicated to sharing their medical and therapeutic expertise with both established and aspiring medical professionals. Below, you can find important information regarding the conference.
Where Is It?
The conference will be held at the Markham Hilton Suites & Convention Centre In Markham, Ontario. If you wish to attend multiple days of the conference, we suggest that you book yourself a room in the hotel for the greatest convenience. Reservations can be made here.
What Is Included?
- Lectures from 10 international speakers
- 9 hands-on workshops
- A QRA™ Certification
How Can You Register?
Tickets can be purchased as follows:
- Ticket Hotline: 647.286.1439
- Online: http://bgangel.com/
- Regular Price: Price has been reduced for $595 to $ 95.00 + $ 100.00 + donation to ” Clinics for Humanity”
We Look Forward To Seeing You Soon!
We look forward to seeing you at the 2019 National Conference of Traditional Medicine. If you have any questions prior to the conference about the NGUI-MATRIX non-invasive pain management technique we suggest you visit our website or contact us today.