New York: March 16-17, 2013, 9:30-6:00;Treatment of Stroke- Claudia Citkovitz
Registration at door, limited space left.
With Claudia Citkovitz, L.Ac.
March 16-17, 2013,
15 PDA/CEUs NCCAOM approved
Broadway (between 20th & 21st)
Stroke is the
leading cause of adult disability in the U.S.
different types of strokes and how to treat associated symptoms and root
effectively with patients and healthcare providers about benefits of Chinese
medicine treatment for stroke patients
confidence in your ability to provide treatments of genuine benefit for stroke
practice of acupuncture for stroke recovery and rehabilitation. From scalp acupuncture and the
traditional YangMing treatments to Qing dynasty scholar Wang Qing-Ren and Shi
Xuemin's Xing Nao Kai Qiao system (used in the documentary 9,000 needles. Manual provided includes simplified
guidelines to assist with assessment and treatment planning.
Citkovitz, L.Ac. is Acupuncture Coordinator at Lutheran Medical Center
where she provides Acupuncture in Neurology as well as other departments,
and where she supervises Pacific College acupuncture internships as well
as post graduate studies and clnical intensives for licensed practitioners
and doctoral students. She has taught at Mercy, Touro, and TriState
Colleges, and serves on the Advisory Board at TriState. She has done work
at University of Chicago School of Medicine, and has authored, presented
research, and conducted and consulted for clinical trials for Society for
Acupuncture Research, Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine,
Lutheran Hospital, and University of North Carolina, among
Discount by February 15th: Practitioners $310/Students $135
Regular Rate after
10% Discount for Alumni,
Faculty, and ASNY members
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