ONLINE! What You Should Know about CBD Products

Code: FH61049

Dates: November 7, 2020

Meets: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Sessions: 1

Course Fee: $49.00

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From oils and creams to off-the-shelf edibles, CBD infused products are all the rage – but are they really safe and effective? Regulations regarding its legality are changing at a rapid pace, yet many people are experiencing the benefits of this product. Discuss some of the mysteries surrounding the use of hemp and learn some key facts about these hot new products and how people are using them to ease the symptoms of common health issues.
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Jenn Hartmann

Jennifer A. Hartmann, DC, is a Pennsylvania Board Certified Chiropractic Sports Practicioner with almost 20 years experience in sports medicine and therapy. In 2007, she graduated from National University of Health Sciences for her doctorate, as well as, attaining her BS in human anatomy; also a Licensed Massage Therapist, Functional Movement Specialist, Golf Fitness Instructor, Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sports Provider and Dietitian. Dr. Hartmann’s focus on sports medicine and nutrition has evolved from her early love of sports, as young as 5 years old, and has been designed to help patients achieve healthier lifestyles. She is the Founder and President of Strafford Chiropractic & Healing Center in Wayne; a wellness mecca on the Mainline. Dr. Hartmann is trusted by the area’s premier medical doctors, neurosurgeons, orthopedists and other alternative practitioners for care and guidance on spine and non-spinal conditions alike. Dr. Hartmann has treated many professional athletes in baseball, basketball, football, ultimate frisbee, pro and amateur cyclists, Iron-man triathletes, and also treated top level amateurs in tennis, squash, and golf. Using a truly holistic approach to wellness and healing is what distinguishes Dr. Hartmann from the typical chiropractor and practitioner. A holistic approach to care means that we are interested in engaging and developing the person as a whole. You can think of this as the 7 dimensions of wellness: physical, emotional, social, financial, intellectual, occupational, and environmental. It’s the concept that the human being is multidimensional and multi-factorial. Dr. Hartmann’s strong relationships with some of the best specialists and other allied health professionals nationwide is a major benefit to her patients, who rely on those trusted connections for immediate expert referrals.

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