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Using TCM Comprehensive Approaches to Treat Lower Back Pain Posted - 3/29/2018

March 28, 2018 4:39 PM | Shelley Dahle (Administrator)

Just in time for the L & I Pilot Project, Dr. Jiangeng Yang, LAc, MAc, OMD will be a featured speaker presenting “Using TCM Comprehensive Approaches to Treat Lower Back Pain” at the WEAMA Spring Membership Meeting on May 20, at Bastyr University. All EAMPs would value this session as a great refresher on how to treat this common problem.

Leslie Emerick, WEAMA Lobbyist, will share 2018 legislative post session results that impact EAMP practitioners. She will share forecasts for the future and strategies for navigating the 2019 legislation. We need your voice and your stories to effectively influence policy that affects EAMP practitioners. Learn how you may get involved and make a difference.

“I think it is essential to attend Membership Meetings. It keeps you up to date on what is happening in our profession. It introduces you to other members of our profession, so we may collaborate.” Barbara Paul-Mayer, WEAMA member.

Register for just $50 ($150 value) with our deeply discounted Early Bird member incentives through May 1st! Plan to participate with your Washington East Asian Medicine Community at our Spring Membership Meeting, 9 am – 3 pm, Sunday May 20, 2018, Bastyr University, 14500 Juanita Drive, Kenmore WA 98028-4966.

Contact: Shelley Dahle at info@weama.info with questions or inquiries for sponsorship or vendor opportunities. Sponsorships range from $250 - $775
 
About WEAMA
The Washington East Asian Medicine Association first began as the Acupuncture Association of Washington over 25 years ago. The organization helped to provide a unified legislative voice for our profession. In fact, our founders were integral in helping establish the legal practice of East Asian Medicine in Washington state. Our all-volunteer Board of Directors currently consists of 7 democratically elected professionals in the field.