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Robert Kidd has passed

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175 Argyle Street South

Renfrew, ON K7V 3Z5 Canada
NAANT Expiration Date:
June 19, 2019 12:00 am
  Biographical Info

Dr. Robert Kidd is a graduate of McGill University (1970), practiced emergency medicine for ten years, and has conducted a medical consulting practice in Renfrew, Ontario for almost 40 years.  His practice is eclectic, integrating osteopathy, neural therapy, nutrition, toxicology, psychosomatics and energetics.

Dr. Kidd has published extensively in the peer-reviewed literature, has written a textbook of neural therapy (Neural Therapy: Applied Neurophysiology and Other Topics), and writes a monthly neural therapy e-newsletter for physicians and dentists.

Dr. Kidd has lectured at conferences on a variety of topics for over 30 years in Canada, the US, Europe, Australia and South America. He has taught 2 and 3-day workshops on neural therapy for many years.  For two years he was a visiting lecturer at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine.  He was the first president of the Canadian Association of Orthopaedic Medicine, is a past president of the American Association of Orthopaedic Medicine, a past vice-president of the North American Academy of Musculoskeletal Medicine and has served in a number of other positions for other medical-education organizations.

He has a special interest in the interplay between osteopathy and neural therapy and how they complement each other.

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