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Pacific Symposium 2009

Our annual Pacific Symposium is an opportunity to experience a community of healers while learning from innovators in the field. This event, held at the beautiful Catamaran Resort Hotel draws acupuncturists, massage practitioners, chiropractors, nurses, medical doctors and traditional Chinese medicine students.

Earn CEUs and PDAs while listening to this year's speakers present current research, unique methodologies, and explore new techniques to integrate into your daily practice.

Pacific Symposium 2009 will showcase 73 exhibitors eager to present new products that can help revolutionize your practice.

If you have any questions contact the Pacific Symposium Office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or

call (619) 574-6909 ext.455

VISIT pacificsymposium.org for all event prices and registration

Clinical Energetics

Clinical Energetics with Gary Stauss, M.S., R.P.P., P.W.E.

Wednesday, July 8, 6:15-9:15

In a special visit to PCOM by popular request

Practitioners $60/Students $35
(Early-bird registration discount by July 1 Practitioners $50/students $25)
No discounts except early-bird applicable)


This is a special evening workshop for acupuncturists with
a master Polarity Wellness educator and practitioner.

  • Learn simple methods to increase your capabilities as a healer
    and achieve more effective results.
  • Increase your understanding and skills in working with energy and holding space.
  • The skills gained in this workshop can be put into practice immediately by Chinese Medicine practitioners and students alike.

Students who have attended Gary's classes in the past comment that it is one of the best workshops they've ever participated in for acupuncturists.
This is one you won't forget!

Gary Strauss is the founder and executive director of the Polarity Therapy and CranioSacral Unwinding Programs offered through the Institute of Psycho-Structural Balancing (IPS, the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts(SWIHA) and Polarity Healing Arts. Gary has been teaching for over 20 years, and has trained thousands of students and teachers in the U.S. and Europe.

SPACE IS LIMITED DUE TO THE PRACTICAL NATURE OF THE WORKSHOP.
DON'T MISS OUT! REGISTER EARLY TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT.

For questions or to Register contact Christina Rios at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 212-982-3456 x208 or Cynthia Neipris at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 212-982-3456 x229.

The Egoscue Method 1

SE652 - The Egoscue Method 1 (2.25 Units [includes lecture and lab]42 Hours

Fridays, May 8 - July 24, 2009; 9:00am-12:30pm

Instructor: TBA, Egoscue Clinic staff instructor

This course is designed to provide practitioners with theoretical and practical knowledge of posture analysis and corrective exercise techniques. Practitioners will learn to analyze posture misalignments, gross musculoskeletal dysfunction, and relate findings to commonly presented symptoms, including the pathomechanics of injury and chronic pain syndromes. In addition to lectures, practitioners will apply practical skills through posture assessments and exercise implementation. The exercises and sequences are based on the
principles of The Egoscue Method and founder, Pete Egoscue. (Testimonial: " I use Egoscue exercises daily - they really work & I would recommend this class to any practitioner!" Elaine Gates-Miliner, Campus Director)

Japanese Acupuncture 1

SE662 - Japanese Acupuncture 1 (2.25 Units /42 Hours [includes lecture and lab]

Mondays, May 4-July20; 9:00am-12:30pm

Instructor: William (KC) Conover

This is an introductory course in Japanese Acupuncture designed to review and explore advanced diagnostic skills and evaluation techniques including pulse, abdominal and channel palpation, Five Elemental theory, etc. Additionally to organize clinical data obtained through meticulous palpatory examination to refine diagnostic evaluation into coherent patterns of treatment approaches.

Integrated Pain Management

SE635 - Integrated Pain Management (3 Didactic Units/42 Hours)

Wednesdays, May 6 - July 22, 2009; 9:00am-12:30pm

Instructor: Michael Corradino, DAOM
This course will give the practitioner further knowledge of how to design effective integrative treatment plans, working with MDs, educating MDs on how we treat in "their" language, including active advanced clinical case studies for reflection and illustrating efficacy. This class will educate the practitioner on the infusion of Western Medical science with Eastern, Chinese herbology with explanation of the pharmakinetics from both fields, biochemistry, acupuncture and all areas of TCM and other complementary integrated medical models.

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