What are the benefits of Vitamin E Delta Tocotrienol?


The Delta form of Vitamin E tocotrienol from the annatto plant has shown multiple benefits in protecting the liver, decreasing free radicals, promoting bone health killing cancer cells, lowering inflammation, decreasing oxidation and promoting bone health. Recent studies have shown that the wrong form of tocotrienol can hinder the body from absorbing the right form of tocotrienol. At TRS we carry the best form of Vitamin E tocotrienol called Annatto GG 150 which is available at: us.fullscript.com/welcome/therapeuticrehabspecialists https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/therapeuticrehabspecialists



Dr. Anthony Pribila Dr. Pribila received his Doctorate of Science (DSc) degree in physical therapy from Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. Dr. Pribila went on to earn his first manual therapy certification (CMP) from internationally esteemed physical therapist Brian Mulligan of New Zealand. He added a second manual therapy certification (CMPT) through the North American Institute of Manual Therapy. Among further professional training and accomplishments, Dr. Pribila is a certified ergonomic assessment specialist (CEAS); earned a Level 2 certification in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) through Functional Movement Systems; and a certification in instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM). Dr. Pribila is certified through the American Institute of Balance in post-concussion management treatment. He has been certified in intramuscular dry needling since 2013 and possesses two dry needling certifications. Dr. Pribila has also completed substantial research on cervicogenic headaches.

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