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Introduction to Acupuncture and Group Treatment August 2007

Greetings!

On Wednesday, August 22nd from 7pm -8:30pm Alaska Center for Acupuncture will present a FREE Introductory class on Acupuncture.

Acupuncture is a fast growing, highly-effective form of holistic health care with a history of over 3,000 years. Currently acupuncture is used by over 2 billion people as their primary form of health care. This presentation is designed both for those considering acupuncture as a treatment option for the first time, as well as for current acupuncture patients who would like to learn more.

Please share this event with friends or family members who are looking for long-lasting, vital health.

Topics covered will include:
Benefits of acupuncture
Conditions treated by acupuncture
Why eliminating symptoms does not always eliminate the problem
How acupuncture works - from a Western and Eastern perspective
Research and current trends in medicine and healthcare
Prevention: Healthcare vs. Sickcare - You have a choice

After the presentation, there will be a question and answer period followed by a group acupuncture treatment.

Please pre-register for this presentation by calling Alaska Center for Acupuncture at 745-8688. Space is limited, so call early!

For a printable flyer to hang in your office or pass on to others who might be interested, please click the link below:

Introduction to Acupuncture - FREE CLASS

About the presenters:
Samantha Berg and Kevin Meddleton are licensed acupuncturists and the owners of Alaska Center for Acupuncture. They hold Degrees from Cornell University and The Traditional Acupuncture Institute in Laurel, MD. Their mission is to help you quickly resolve your health concerns and to give you the tools and knowledge you need to take control of your health and well-being. They do this by treating people with personalized, patient-centered care, and a whole hearted commitment to restoring wholeness to body, mind and spirit.

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