Conyette, Paul  ND, IMD, MLT, R.AC

photo Conyette, Paul  ND, IMD, MLT, R.AC
Registration number: MB042017
Registration date: July, 2017
Canadian Biologics Centre For Integrative Medicine
374 River Ave. Unit 101
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, R3L0E4
Work: (204)831-9058
In 1981, Attended the University of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and Brandon Regional Hospital in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada and graduated as a Biomedical Scientist and became licenced and registered in Canada with the Canadian Society of Medical Laboratory Scientists.
1982, won the Canadian Silver Medal for full contact Tae Kwon Do, WTF, Olympic style and the Gold Medal for the Western Canadian Championship.
1985 Attended the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine , located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and graduated as a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. Completed Hospital rounds and emergency rotations at Brandon Hospital under Dr. M.J. Lau, MD .
In 1988 conducted research at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine. The study evaluated geriatric patients with respect to their diet and concluded through collated statistical research data that calcium/phosphorous ratio was related to bone status and general health.
From 1986 to 1989 worked as a clinical chemist for MDS Medical Laboratories and Metro Labs in Toronto, during studies at CCNM.
In 1989, joined the clinic in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada which was previously under the direction of the late Dr. Lambert Grube.
In 1991 the clinic was renamed Canadian Biologics Inc and a second branch office was opened in the city of Winnipeg.
In 1991, succeeded at the Physician’s exam for the American College for Advancement in Medicine, ACAM.
In 1992, qualified by the Canadian Association of Rehabilitation Professionals as a consultant in Rehab. Medicine.
In 1993, sat and passed medical license exams for the state of Arizona, USA. Received physician’s license for the state of Arizona Naturopathic Board of Medical Examiners.
In 1995, qualified with a doctorate in acupuncture by the Canadian Academy of Chinese Traditional Health Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
2004 received a license as an investigator with the Manitoba Justice Department, to conduct special forensic medical investigations. 2005 Accepted an invitation from the National Institute of Health, USA to conduct a double blind placebo controlled study into the use of chelation therapy for treating coronary artery disease. This is a USD $30 million spread out over 50 clinic sites across the USA.
2008, Ongoing Continuing Education, University of Michigan School of Osteopathic Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and Sciences.
2012, Board certified in Orthomolecular and Integrative Medicine, IMD.
2012, Certified Recreation Therapist - Gerontology .

Contact Information:
Conyette, Paul
Canadian Biologics Centre For Integrative Medicine
374 River Ave. Unit 101
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, R3L0E4