Community Event Explores Integrative Approach to Cancer Care
Greensquare Center for the Healing Arts and Kanyakumari Ayurveda & Yoga Wellness Center will present a free community event, A New Look at the World of Cancer Care: the Integrative Approach, from 1 to 5 p.m., March 18.
From 1 to 3 p.m., a panel of five experts will discuss the latest medical strategies in integrative cancer care and risk reduction and will answer questions submitted by guests. From 3 to 5 p.m., integrative health care professionals will be available to answer individual questions and give demonstrations in the areas of acupuncture, ayurvedic wellness and nutrition, blood analysis, detoxification, Feldenkrais method, food as medicine, cancer and mastectomy massage, lymphedema therapy, chair massage, organic skin care, reflexology and thermography.
A two-building Glendale facility, Greensquare Integrated Health Care Center is home to more than 30 leading licensed and certified integrative healthcare professionals, offering whole body health therapies and weekly community health classes. Featured members on the event panel include, from Greensquare, Susan Riegg, M.D., Norm Schwartz, M.D., Bruce Semon, M.D., and Charlene Watters, IHC, RN; and from Kanyakumari Ayurveda & Yoga Wellness Center, Cheryl Silberman, CAS, HTP.
This event will be followed by another, scheduled for May 9, which will explore the role of the mind-body-spirit connection in the integrative approach.
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Location: 6789-99 N. Green Bay Rd., Glendale. For more information, call 414-292-3900, ext. 203, or email Gail@GreensquareCenter.com.
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