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Acupuncture: Ancient Medicine for Modern Healthcare

Join a team of Acupuncture Physicians for a lecture that demystifi es the ancient medical art of acupuncture and explains how it safely and effectively treats pain and illness. The lecture is offered on four different days in May and is intended for those who are looking for a natural solution to health issues but may be hesitant about trying acupuncture.

It will also highlight ways in which acupuncture is being used in major hospitals such as Mayo Clinic and Duke University Medical Center. A live acupuncture demonstration and question/answer period follows the lecture. All presentations will be held at the Indian River County Main Library with refreshments and given by Nationally Board Certifi ed Acupuncture Physicians.

Jessica Pesha, AP, DOM, will present on Saturday May 7 and Saturday May 14 from 10:30-11:30am. Stephanie Buttaccio, AP, DOM will present on May 18 from 12:30-1:30pm and May 25 from 3:30-4:30pm. Jessica and Stephanie are in practice with Angela King, AP, DOM at Indian River Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine in Vero Beach.

Choose a date, and call 772-564-8383 to reserve your seat. See ad on page 25. Cranial Unwinding Workshop Paul Pock’s engaging Cranial Unwinding Workshop returns to the Connectivity Center on June 11-12. Following more than 20 years of observation and inquiry, Paul identifi ed and isolated this natural homeostatic process and learned to engage this mechanism to realign structure and promote balanced health.

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Paul believes that the body has the inherent wisdom to balance and heal itself, and if given the opportunity, it will always choose the correct pathway to health.

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