Acupuncture for Body, Mind & Spirit Wellness
Presented by Julia Proctor, Licensed Acupuncturist and Connor Integrative Medicine Network, University Hospitals
SOLON: Wednesday, March 27th • 6:30pm
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Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese Medicine that is over 2,000 years old, and continues to be widely used as a highly effective form of preventative and allopathic medicine. While acupuncture is a commonly used therapy for pain relief, it is also therapeutic treatment for a myriad of illness’ and imbalances, including women’s health issues, fatigue, digestion disorders, anxiety, depression, and allergies. Join Julia Proctor, Licensed Acupuncturist with University Hospital’s Connor Integrative Medicine Network, as she discusses how and why acupuncture works, the various symptoms it can treat, and how it can address all of your health needs as you strive for whole body/mind/spirit wellness and connection. During the last segment of the lecture there will be an opportunity to experience auricular acupressure, a Chinese Medicine micro system that is used to bring balance and harmony to all the major organ systems.
Julia Proctor, Licensed Acupuncturist, holds a Masters degree in the Science of Oriental Medicine from Southwest AcupunctureCollege in Santa Fe, NM. She is nationally certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and has trained in both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Japanese style acupuncture. Julia has worked in numerous integrative Western medical health settings including the Santa Fe Indian Hospital and the Women’s Health Clinic of Santa Fe. She currently works as an acupuncturist specializing in emotional imbalances such as anxiety, depression, and stress at University Hospitals in the Connor Integrative Medicine Network. In addition to her acupuncture training, Julia has studied meditation for over 15 years, and has completed her Masters level in Reiki. Julia is passionate about the integration of Eastern and Western medicine, and strives to bring a balance to each patient: body, mind and spirit all working together in cohesion and harmony, creating a balanced life and optimal health.
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