6-6:45pm weekly Wednesday in the FEELING room.
Join Dr. Hamid for a ongoing discussion about the root causes of both chronic and common conditions.
Dr. Hamid has always been passionate about natural science. Prior to becoming an integrative chiropractic physician specializing in Applied Kinesiology, Dr. Hamid worked as an agricultural engineer on his family’s farm. After seeing the near miraculous recovery of his bedridden brother under chiropractic care, Dr. Hamid knew he found his calling. He was inspired to help people heal in a natural way so instead of going to Norway to pursue a master’s degree in plant science he chose to pursue the path of becoming an integrative physician.
After completing his doctoral studies at Sherman College of Chiropractic in South Carolina, he did extensive post-doctoral training in Applied Kinesiology with a focus on the structural, chemical and emotional side of health and disease. Dr. Hamid is certified by the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK). He has completed additional training and study in Brain Chemistry, Brainwave Imbalances, Thyroid, Functional Endocrinology, Blood Chemistry, Neuro-Emotional technique, and Soft Tissue rehabilitation.
Dr. Hamid works with patients of all ages dealing with a wide range of conditions including sport injuries, chronic pain, weight loss, hormonal imbalances and other unresolved health issues. Dr. Hamid is very personable and enjoys getting to know his patients and helping them reach their optimal health care goals.
Dr. Hamid has a variety of credentials in holistic health care, including:
Certification from the International College of Applied Kinesiology
Functional endocrinology for male and female hormones utilizing natural therapies
Certification in Mastering Brain Chemistry
Certification for Thyroid Imbalances
Certification in Reiki level 1
Neurofeedback and Brain wave balancing
Neuro Emotional Technique (NET)
Active Release Technique (ART)
Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab (FAKTR)
Webster Technique (Pregnancy Care)
Network Spinal Analysis (NSA)
Torque Release Technique (TRT)