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Health Fair

Acupuncture Ecology will have a table at the Benton County Government Health Fair.

Date: Wednesday, January 20, and Thursday, January 21
Time: 8 AM to 5 PM
Location: Corvallis Public Library, conference room

Cost: FREE.

We’ll be providing free, abbreviated sample treatments and sample pulse examinations on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Come on down and say hi!

 


 


Treating Pain and Trauma with Chinese Medicine

David D. Yeh, director of Acupuncture Ecology, returns to Fitness Over 50 to present a practical introduction to the treatment of pain and traumatic injury with Chinese medicine.

Chronic pain is epidemic in our society. It is the single most common reason people seek medical care, affecting 1 in 4 Americans, and it costs the public over $100 billion each year. Yet, pain is often difficult to understand and treat because of its complexity.

In this seminar you’ll learn how to think about and treat pain using the tools of Chinese medicine, particularly herbs. We’ll explore the roots and causes of chronic pain, and help you to understand the factors affecting your own pain. We’ll also discuss of traumatic injury and the treatment of acute pain. And we’ll talk about things you can do and remedies you can apply to support pain relief as well as deeper healing.

As always, the emphasis will be on helping you understand the Chinese medical approach, and on providing practical tools and basic understanding to support you in the care of your own health.

The talk will be held on Saturday, January 30, 2010, at 1:00 PM and will last about an hour. The location is Fitness Over 50, which is at 5460 SW Philomath Blvd. in southwest Corvallis. It is half a block west of Sunset Center and Bi-Mart between Hutley’s TV and Morgan Draperies.

The seminar is open to the public. It is free of charge.


 

David has a Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Dragon Rises College of Oriental Medicine in Florida. He is one of the few people in Oregon with advanced training in Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis, a method particularly useful for diagnosis of complex conditions and for preventative medicine.

Pain is one of David’s particular interests and specialties. Among other things, David has studied under Taiwanese acupuncturist Richard Tan, well-known for his treatment of pain using acupuncture.

Prior to becoming an acupuncturist, David received a B.A. in Psychology from Stanford University, a massage therapy degree from the New Mexico College of Natural Healing, and Wilderness Guide certification from Teaching Drum Outdoor School.

Find out more about David at www.AcupunctureEcology.com. Or, call (541) 220-1138, or e-mail David@AcupunctureEcology.com.