Joseph Shafer - June 15-16, 2019

Specialised Module

Van der Valk Princeville - BREDA



Joseph Shafer DC, CCSP, DIBAK

Special Module Breda - June 15-16, 2019



Transcutaneous low and high infrared light stimulation of the viscera and other soft tissues.

To evidence hidden metabolic problems and structural misalignments of the viscera and therapeutic inputs.

Using acupuncture channels that pass on the opposite side of the visceral lesion for making visceral correction in a simple, yet effective way, once and for all.

Inflammation, the immune and digestive systems, VDR (vitamin D receptor) blocks and how the immune system together with diet, stress, lowered progesterone & thyroid hormone expression can and do cause long term dysfunction.


Identifying and removing VDR blocking pathogens using FitOmega products.


A new challenge on the effects of unsaturated fatty acids on immune system depression, imbalances in steroid expression, thyroid receptor inhibition, despite normal hormone levels, and how “Good & Cold pressed” unsaturated fatty acids may be doing us more harm than good.


An hypothesis and protocol on how unsaturated fatty acids enter the gut, are absorbed by the thoracic duct lymph system, inhibit immature T cell maturation, change the brain fatty acid balance, promote stress through progesterone inhibition and diminish our capacity to recover.

Advanced ligament interlink techniques using IR light stimulus to traumatised joints.

Direct joint muscle testing following IR stimulation for interlink, metabolic and therapeutic inputs.


Retained emotional injury patterns: Challenge and treatment protocols.




Location: Breda - Van der Valk Hotel Priceville: reduction price if you mention "Profon seminar": € 85,00 for comfort-room. Other special rates:  

Transport: Easy to travel by direct train from Brussels (Zaventem), Amsterdam, Rotterdam or Eindhoven airports.

Date: Sat. June 15th. 9.00-18.00h and Sunday 16th. 9.00-16.30h.

Fee: € 475,-  (for the Flemish: KMO-portefeuille available = -40%)

Organisation: Profon BV

Bankaccount: IBAN: NL71 INGB 0006 7103 66    BIC: INGBNL2A

Registration: geert [dot] drenth [at] telenet [dot] be


Dr Joseph Shafer DC, CCSP, DIBAK

Joseph Shafer has been practicing as a Chiropractic Physician since his graduation from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1980. He graduated with honours from Louisiana State University prior to study for his doctorate. At Louisiana State he study international law, history and psychology.
Following graduation from Palmer, Dr. Shafer moved to Denmark with his then wife where they set up a private practice that became one of the largest in all of Denmark at the time. During the 10 years in Denmark, Dr. Shafer continued to study Applied Kinesiology, Nutrition and Sports Medicine. He became a Certified Sports Physician in 1989 and a Diplomate of Applied Kinesiology in 1990.
From 1986 to 1990, he was one of the official Team Denmark specialist physicians, on call to treat elite athletes. In 1989 he was an attending physician at the World Games in Karlsruhe, Germany. In 1990 he was the team physician for NISSAN PERFORMANCE at LeMans, France. This was followed by being the team physician again in 1991 and 92 at the Daytona Beach 24 hour endurance races.
In 1991, he was invited for the first time to speak and lecture in Moscow and then Novokuznetsk, Russia and he has been invited to speak regularly since. In 1993 he was awarded an assistant professorship (HON) at the Novokusnetsk School of Post-graduate medicine and in 2004 was given full Professorship status at the School of Post-graduate Social and Rehabilitative Medicine, Moscow.
During these years, Dr. Shafer found time to serve as the President of ICAK-Europe from 1988 to 1995 and President of the International Council from 1992 to 93.
He has written or contributed on three books and has privately published scores of lecture notes throughout 25 years of teaching. Most notably, Dr. Shafer has developed several diagnostic and therapeutic techniques that have found widespread use with physicians and physiotherapists.
At present, Dr. Shafer continues in private practice, to develop new techniques and as a consultant for the profession and lectures widely throughout Europe and the Far East.

Education and Degrees:

1980 – Palmer College of Chiropractic: Degree Doctor of Chiropractic

1974 – University of Louisiana, Baton Rouge: Degree Bachelor of Arts

1970 – High School – Kenai Alaska: High School

Other Titles and Degrees:

Professor of post-graduate medicine

Moscow Academy of Social and Rehabilitative Medicine: 2004 to present

Diplomate International Board of Applied Kinesiology – 1990

Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician – 1989

Assistant professor of post-graduate medicine (Honorary)

Novokunznesk College of Manual Medicine, Russia – 1993

Private practice in:

Denmark from 1980 – 1991

Italy 1991 – present

Scotland and England 1999 – present


Scottish Chiropractic Association – 1995 to present

General Chiropractic Council registration 2001 – Present

Dansk Kiropraktor Forening (DKF) – 1980 to 1997

AIC (Italian Chiropractic Association) 1991 – 1994

ICAK-USA 1982 – 1992

ICAK-Europe 1990 – 1997

(President of ICAK-Europe 1988 – 1995

President of IC – 1992-3

ICAK – UK 1995 to present

Teaching experience:

Applied Kinesiology basic and advanced courses –

Sweden – 1991

Denmark – 1995, 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004

Russia – 1992 to 1997, 2004 to present

Italy – 1992 to present

Belgium – 1995 to present

England – 1996/7 and present

Other experience:

Sports medicine physician for Milan AC: 2008 -2009

Sports medicine consultant for Team Danmark 1987 – 1991
(A state run organization for the development of and support of sport
and athletes in Denmark)

Team doctor for NISSAN Performance drivers of 24-hour endurance races
LeMans, France – 1990

Daytona Beach, USA – 1991/1992

Specialist physician for world class badminton:1993 – 1996.

Research, developments and novel techniques in clinical procedures:

K-27 technique for over-facilitation/hyper-reactive states in muscle – 1984

Jugular compression for craniosacral challenge and treatment – 1992
(Received yearly research paper award for Jugular Compression in 1993)

Jugular compression and whole body evaluation.

Advanced evaluation procedures for the cranium, facial
bones and membranous structures of the skull.

The pituitary pump technique.

Cranial Nerve evaluation procedures.

Interlink patterns for the cranium and vibrational evaluation of the sutures.

Advanced joint diagnosis techniques for peripheral joints and new
developments in the ligament, muscle, tendon and bone interlink

Low back evaluation and treatment procedures (THE METABOLIC DISC)

Differential challenge for the inflamed disc, bone inflammation and
neural sheath inflammation.

Differential diagnosis of piriformis syndrome.

Post-fracture evaluation of bone and interlink treatment.

Muscle spindle cell challenge for Resting, Concentric & Eccentric tone.

Retain Injury Patterns [RIP] (the emotional injury) evaluation and treatment.

The diaphragmatic crus, lower oesophageal sphincter (LES), phrenoesophageal
ligament (PEL), and pericardial torsion evaluation and treatment.


AK chapter in multidisciplinary book: Dentistry and Alternative
Medicine – 1996

Kinesiologia Applicata e Terapia Craniosacrale (Italian only at present)
[Applied Kinesiology and Craniosacral Therapy}

The Muscle Test Handbook (Guest Editor with Hans Garten) 2013