Effective therapies for extremity pain seminar April 17


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Posted Online: April 15, 2013, 3:26 pm
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Press release submitted by Healing Lotus Acupuncture, LLC


This week's topic will be extremity pain, and effective ways to treat it. Scott Stewart, LAc, Dipl., will be discussing the mechanism of pain in the extremities from an Eastern point of view, and how these conditions are treated with Chinese medicine. Dr. Davis with be talking about different techniques such as passive and active therapies and joint manipulation.

Some of the conditions that will be covered will be: carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, should pain, knee pain.

This seminar will take place on Wednesday, April 17, 6pm - 7:30 pm at Moline Chiropractic Clinic, 4300 12th Ave. Moline.

Seats fill – up fast, so please sign - up today! You can reserve a seat by calling (309) 764.4753 or sending an email to healinglotustcm@gmail.com












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