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A qualified healthcare professional, having graduated with a degree from a mainstream healthcare education institution (such as a chiropractor, osteopath, physiotherapist, sports therapist, dentist or medical doctor)

A layperson (someone without a previous medically oriented degree. Examples include certain sports therapists, personal trainers, masseuses, paramedics, osteomyologists and many others


Maintains active registration with a relevant regulatory body (such as the general chiropractic council, or general osteopathic council)

Achieved ABCTM certification level 1 or above (involves attending 2 Basic Workshops, Completing the Online ABCTM Core Curriculum Program, Passing the theory test, and passing the practical assessment as judged by a lead instructor)


Has full up to date public indemnity insurance Achieved ABCTM certification level 1 or above
Holds suitable public liability insurance to treat the public with ABCTM (up to £5million)

Important note from Dr. Jesse about going to certified ABCTM practitioners

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Only go to certified ABCTM practitioners on this list. We get complaints on occasion that ABCTM does not do what I promise. These complaints are routed to me.
When tracing down who the practitioners are, I find a few common things with the practitioners. Often they are people who took one ABC™ seminar long ago and are now doing… who knows what, but it is not ABC™. There are also people who do not follow the ABC™ directions because they think something else will work better. Some of them are practitioners who never took the course or seminar and are saying they are doing ABC™ when they are not.
We at ABC™ International can only assure the quality of certified practitioners. Others claiming to be doing ABC™ are just plain lying to you. Many people say that is harsh and I should soften the statement. However, it is just lying if they say they are doing ABC™ and are not. I am known for being both truthful and direct so I see no need to soften the statement and allow others to ruin the reputation of ABC™ in this way.
Practitioners who do not continue their training have shown by actual physical experience to have their ABC™ skills deteriorate with time, so please do not go to a practitioner who is not certified even if they say they are an ABC™ practitioner.
People from all over the world hear me say this and show up here in my office to get ABC™ from me and find their issues quickly disappear because I, and the practitioners who maintain their certification (and the ongoing training that is required), perform correct ABC™ protocol.
Additionally, you need to ask the practitioner to do straight ABC™ for you and not to mix other modalities with it. This is the only way that you will know if ABC™ is working. And if you are not getting the results I promise you will not be able to determine the reason.
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