Life Chiropractic News
Life University Hosts World Leaders In Integrative Healthcare For Two Day Conference. The inaugural conversation of a new think tank, the LifeSource Octagon: A Center for Infinite Thinking will take place Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18, 2009.
What: Life University’s First-Ever Conference on Integrative Healthcare Opportunities
Healthcare is a daily discussion among most Americans. While the U.S. health care system is admired for its technical achievements, the costs associated with new, high-tech treatments can be prohibitive. Fortunately, there are other options. In fact, research suggests that supporting the natural health of the body can be more cost effective than simply preventing disease and/or reactively treating symptoms. This conference will begin new discussions, such as new low-tech or no-tech ways to explore, research and promote health. Parts of the discussion will focus on the following integrative healthcare opportunities:
When: Friday, April 17th and Saturday, April 18th
Daily program begins at 8:00am
Where: Life University
Sport Health Science Building (Upper Level)
1269 Barclay Circle, Marietta, GA 30060
Who: Life University has assembled a faculty from around the world that is rich and diverse in both professional representation and perspectives. Among them include:
Peter Fisher – Homeopathic Physician to HM Queen Elizabeth II and Clinical Director of the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and Editor of Homepathy
Joseph Pizzorno, ND – Member of President Clinton’s White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy in 2000; Member of President Bush’s Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee in 2003
Ian Coulter, PhD – Senior Health Policy Analyst, RAND Corporation; Professor, University of California, Los Angeles; Vice President, Integrative Medicine and Clinical Research, Samueli Institute
Molly Roberts, MD – Member of the Board of Trustees, Co-Director of Lighthearted Medicine Clinic; Former Physician, Canyon Ranch
And many more…
Early bird registration is $69 for all students, faculty and staff for the conference and ends Friday, March 27th. Seating is limited.
Nine hours of continuing education credit have been applied for in the following states: Georgia, Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York.
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