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WEAMA’s Fall Membership Meeting
Date: October 21st, 2018
Location: Aegis Gardens, 13056 SE 76th Street, Newcastle, WA 98506
Registration: 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Event: 9 AM – 3:30 PM
*Speakers & Topics
Leslie Emerick, WEAMA Lobbyist “WA State Legislative and Public Policy Update.”
Overview of Political Environment for 2019 Legislative Session
- RCW 18.06 East Asian Medicine Statute Update
- NCQAC Medical Acupuncture for ARNPs
- DOH Rule Making on EAMP WAC
*Non-Pharmacological Alternatives to Opioids-Governor's Decision Package.
Update on 2019 Trigger Point Needling Legislation by Physical Therapists.
- Current Legislative environment as it relates to Trigger Point Needling Bill
- Overview of facilitated conversation with the Physical Therapists of WA Association (PTWA)
- Panel discussion and membership participation to reach a consensus on WEAMA position on Trigger Point Needling legislation in 2019 legislative session
Daniel Bensky, DO. “Thoughts on Palpation in Contemporary East Asian Medicine.”
Discover some of the many benefits of palpation. Learn what different types of palpation bring to the practice of East Asian Medicine and specific ideas that have gone into the fusion of osteopathic and East Asian approaches that Dr Bensky has helped to develop, that is called "Engaging Vitality". Speaker Sponsored by:
Dr. Heather Tick, “Transformation and Integration in Healthcare.”
Transformational change is needed in the medical system which continues to be the third leading cause of death in the US. Integration of evidence-based non-pharmacologic strategies offers effective, lower cost interventions which are embraced by patients and have markedly lower risks. Dr. Tick will discuss data and strategy and will welcome discussion.
CEUs (pending), Lunch Buffet, Free Parking, Vendor Tables!
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The Washington East Asian Medicine Association first began as the Acupuncture Association of Washington over 33 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.