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OTZ Announces 2010 Frozen Shoulder Syndrome Seminar Schedule
Date:11/24/2009

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

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 24, 2009 -- One-To-Zero (OTZ) Health Education Systems (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 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 www.otzhealthed.com. Dr. Murph
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