Annual Integrative Medicine Distinguished Lectureship
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The Sixth Annual Integrative Medicine Distinguished Lectureship was held on April 24, 2008. Dr. James Dillard, MD, DC, CAc., one of the country's leading pain specialists, spoke about an integrative approach to managing pain. Download streaming video to view program. Requires Real Media Player.
The Integrative Medicine Pediatric Pain Symposium held on April 24, 2008 was a great success. Keynote speaker Sunita Vohra, MD, FRCPC, MSc and other leading health care providers in Integrative Medicine and treating pediatric pain presented information on a number of critical topics related to integrated care for pediatric chronic pain. A DVD is available for purchase of the event for $25. Please contact us to inquire.
The Fifth Annual Integrative Medicine Distinguished Lectureship was held on April 12, 2007. Dr. Steven G. Pratt spoke about "Superfoods".
In April 2006, Dr. Erminia "Mimi" Guarneri spoke on "The Heart Speaks: A Journey Beyond the Physical Pump" at The the Fourth Annual Distinguished Lectureship.
The Third Annual Integrative Medicine Distinguished Lectureship was held in April 2005. Event Flyer. Close to 300 attendees came to hear David Eisenberg, M.D., of Harvard University present his lecture: “Integrative Medicine: A Disruptive Innovation?” Download streaming video to view program. Requires Real Media Player.
In April 2004, Dr. John A. Astin spoke to over 175 attendees on Whats so hard about getting Mind-Body medicine into the traditional office visit at The Second Annual Distinguished Lectureship. Download streaming video to view program. Requires Real Media Player.
The inaugural lecture took place in April 2003 with Dr. Tierona LowDog as keynote speaker.
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