Natural Thyroid, Hormone & Weight Loss Seminar



Tuesday, September 13th / 6:30 to 8:30PM


The Beet at Ellwood’s


According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) 27 million suffer from a thyroid condition and 50% are undiagnosed. Surprisingly, 90% of women over 40 suffer from subclinical hypothyroid, which results in symptoms stemming from hormone dysregulation.

Thyroid symptoms can be extremely varied and difficult to diagnose. Common symptoms include extreme weight gain or loss, brittle hair, flaky skin, flimsy nails, feeling cold, regular joint pain, frequent headaches, IBS, difficulty sleeping, premature aging, unexpected mood swings, irritability, depression, trouble concentrating and high blood pressure.

Needless to say, a thyroid condition can leave a huge impact on your life, affecting your relationships, family, goals, job performance and self-esteem. This can lead to feelings of depression, desperation, inadequacy, and uncertainty.

If you suffer from a thyroid disorder, you should know, you are not irrational! You are not inadequate! And you are not alone! Join us in learning about a simple yet comprehensive personalized 3 Step System that gets results safely and naturally. You might just find the answers you are looking for!


Dr. Michael Wild | GetN2Balance

Dr. Wild graduated with Cum Laude Honors from Boston College with a BA in Psychology (concentration in Psycho-Physiology), and received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College in 1991.

Dr. Wild is a board certified Chiropractic Physician licensed by the Medical Board of Virginia. He has been freeing people from pain and helping them live healthier more productive lives since 1991, and has focused on the needs of his neighbors in Richmond’s West End since 1993.


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