Northwestern nursing students certified in Bio Touch

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Northwestern nursing students certified in Bio Touch

October 30, 2009

Northwestern nursing students

Northwestern Oklahoma State University students were featured in this month’s issue of Just Touch News, a newsletter featuring Bio-Touch, a simple, hands-on healing technique that can be used to address all types of health concerns. Dr. Carole McKenzie, associate professor and chair of nursing, helped make this class possible at Northwestern and it is now a required course for nursing students here. There were 55 participants in the Practitioner Training and 25 participants in the Certification Class. Practitioners use the first two fingers of both hands to lightly touch specific points on the body. Over time, the combination of correct points and light touch seems to enhance the body’s natural healing ability.

This photo includes senior class members. Dr. Paul Bucky, International Foundation of Bio-Magnetics president from Tucson certified each student.

Bio-Touch involves no magnetic products and is an easy, inexpensive tool to learn. To learn more about Bio-Touch, contact McKenzie at (580) 327-8489 or camckenzie@nwosu.edu.