Past Event: New York: February 27, 2011; Tom Nash- earn 3.5 PDAs/CEUs: Shonishin-Specialized treatment for Infants & Children
Shonishin-Specialized treatment for Infants &
Children with Tom Nash, L.Ac.
Sunday, February 27,
3.5 CEU’s /NCCAOM PDA’s- approved by NCCAOM
College of Oriental Medicine .
915 Broadway (at 21st) New York, NY 10010
•Learn gentle techniques that are comfortable for
children; rhythmic stroking, rubbing, taping, and pressing the skin to
give different kinds of stimulation. These techniques harmonize and fortify the
child’s vital energy, and strengthen the child’s constitution
•Achieve dramatic results with pediatrics
•Shonishin can be used to treat colic, excessive
night crying, temper tantrums, indigestion, constipation, night terrors, ADHD,
allergies, asthma, and colds, eczema and hives, ear infections, bedwetting,
stuttering, and more
Tom Nash, L.Ac.
Tom Nash has over twenty years
experience in direct clinical services in oriental medicine and mental
health. He is Chair of Chinese Herbal Department at Pacific College of
Oriental Medicine’s New York campus where he also serves as a faculty member and
clinical supervisor at the Pacific College Acupuncture Center and at Montefiore
Medical Center where he supervises interns for a National Institutes of Health
study on Chronic Pain. He previously served as Clinic Director, Chair of
Oriental Science Department, and Senior faculty at New York College of Health
Professions. He also operates a private practice in which he treats
children and families for a variety of conditions.
Practitioners $75/Students $50 (Earlybird Discount
by January 27th $60/$35)
10% Discount for Pacific College Alumni, Faculty,
and ASNY members
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by mail, phone, or at Pacific College-NY reception.
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