Health Care Practitioner  Entrance Requirements for the Morphogenic Field Technique Online Training Program   

Entrance Requirements  

We Value Our Health Care Professional Partners  Please review our entrance policy, as detailed below. This policy helps protect the integrity of your relationship with MFT® as well as your partnership with the products used in the technique. These relationships are what empower us all to transform lives.   

To enroll in this training program, you must meet the qualifications listed below: 

  • Are a licensed Medical, Naturopathic or Homeopathic Doctor 
  • Are a licensed Chiropractor or Doctor of Osteopathy 
  • Are a licensed Acupuncturist or Chinese Herbalist Are a licensed or Registered Dietitians or Registered Dietitian Nutritionists 
  • Are a Nutritional Therapist or Integrative Health Practitioner 
  • In addition, participant MUST meet the eligibility requirements for product use according to the specific standards of each product partner:  Biotics Research®, Standard Process® or Energetix® nutritional supplements.

Commitment to Excellence  

Morphogenic Field Technique® (MFT®) holds these standards to ensure the continued quality of practice and to protect the many contributions of Dr. Frank Springob, D.C., and the decades of activities by MFT® and its members. 

Since 2010, the MFT® Board of Research and Standards has established the requirements for the education programs for the Morphogenic Field Technique® system.

The MFT® Board of Research and Standards oversees the certificate of competency status of MFT® practitioners and protects the use of the MFT® system by qualified professionals recognized by MFT® organization.   

Trademark protection and the rigor of the educational requirements of the Morphogenic Field Technique® system indicates to the public and to the professional community that these members had been educated, tested, and certified competent by MFT®.  

The MFT® Board of Examiners oversees practical, written, oral testing and examination.  Current practitioners such as the MFT®-U.S.A. members who are Master Practitioners (MFT-MPs) or who are authorized to use MFT®, must remain in good standing as a practitioner and recertify (above) to maintain their practitioner status.     
The MFT Board of Examiners