BaleDoneen Virtual preceptorship
AAOSH Member Special! - 16 CE/CME Credits Available!
For a limited time, the BaleDoneen Method Recorded Preceptorship is being offered through AAOSH at the reduced price of $949. This is a special offer provided only through partners of BaleDoneen, like AAOSH. And, we are able to pass this along to you! This education format offers several benefits including:
• Accessibility through the BaleDoneen Online Learning Platform
• CME – 16hrs
• Education about the CURE for arterial disease
• Watch the Preceptorship on your time – Track your progress as you go!
AND, receive 1 month BaleDoneen Signature Membership for FREE ($149 value)
What is the BaleDoneen Method?
The BaleDoneen Method (BDM) enhances and saves lives by offering a CURE for arterial disease! It is a science-based methodology designed to establish arterial wellness. Clinical application not only prevents symptomatic heart attacks and ischemic strokes, but also the more common asymptomatic arterial damage. These more prevalent silent injuries lead to the many chronic diseases of aging such as dementia, heart failure, kidney failure, peripheral artery disease, erectile dysfunction and visual impairment. Achieving arterial health is necessary to maintain wellness throughout life. The BDM provides an opportunity for individuals to have a health span that matches their life span.
The BaleDoneen Preceptorship
The BaleDoneen Method has been dedicated to offering education in support of the Method through a 2-day preceptorship, attended by both medical and dental providers. As a result of COVID-19, BDM modified the in-person event to a virtual live-stream event and the response was overwhelmingly positive. This recorded Preceptorship is now being offered to you, at a special AAOSH rate!
The BaleDoneen Method® Preceptorship course will teach health care providers necessary measures to prevent heart attacks, ischemic strokes and type 2 diabetes. This intensive presentation uses an interactive format for CV prevention. Continually updated literature and sound, measurable, evidence-based science and peer-reviewed journals are utilized in this dynamic method of prevention that applies research directly to the clinical setting.
You will return to your practice with clinical tools to help you implement what you’ve learned about optimal care and CVD prevention. This course welcomes all medical providers (MD, DO, NP, PA, PharmD, etc.) as well as all dental providers who are interested in patient wellness, the prevention of heart attacks, ischemic strokes and diabetes. The BaleDoneen Method® was co-founded by Bradley Bale, MD and Amy Doneen, DNP, ARNP, for the prevention of heart attacks, ischemic strokes and diabetes. The BaleDoneen Method is designed to improve and save lives and is being integrated into practice by medical and dental providers on a global basis.
Amy L. Doneen, DNP, ARNP
Amy L Doneen, DNP co-founded the Bale/Doneen Method and the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center. She is a principal instructor in the Bale/Doneen Method, training other medical, dental and healthcare providers across the country. She is the owner and medical director of the sought-after private clinical practice in Spokane, Washington; The Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center, which serves patients from all over the world. Dr. Doneen is one of the nation's leading specialists in preventing heart attacks, stroke and diabetes. She is co-author of the bestselling book, Beat The Heart Attack Gene.
Bradley Bale, MD
Bradley Bale, M.D. is an Adjunct Professor at Texas Tech Health Science Center, Medical Director of the Heart Health Program at Grace Clinic, Lubbock, Texas and runs a private practice in Gallatin, TN. Dr. Bradley Bale is one of the nation’s leading specialists in preventing heart attacks, stroke and diabetes. He co-founded the Bale/Doneen Method with Amy Doneen in 2001. Their personalized approach of CV risk reduction has been effective enough to allow them to attach a ‘guarantee’ to their clinical practices. The results of their method demonstrating regression and stabilization of arterial disease has been published in several peer-reviewed journals.