Online International Breast Cancer Rehabilitation Summit For Health Professionals December 6th to December 12th, 2016
It’s Showtime! I will be one of the experts interviewed and featured during this week-long worldwide summit. Sign up is free and you can see your favorite acupuncturist commenting on the treatment of the breast cancer patient. This informative worldwide webinar will have oncological surgeons, oncologists, nurse practitioners, physical and occupational therapists, nutritionists and ‘yours truly’ on air to share their knowledge with your or someone you know who has or had breast cancer. click on this link:
http://www.breastandshoulder-rehab.com/rehabilitation-summit to learn what is new and improved in the care of the breast cancer patient. Share the link with someone you know who could benefit from this week-long summit.
Gift Certificates Are Here!
Give the gift of good health this holiday season! Gift certificates can purchased for any dollar amount and make great office presents and stocking stuffers. They are also a wonderful way to say how much you care at Chanukah and the best gift to give to that ‘someone who has everything’. These gift certificates can be used towards a consultation, acupuncture session, low level laser treatment, well being visit, or de-stress/relaxation session. Call or email the office today and get them while they last! 917-701-7582 email@example.com.
Please remember that the office has a 24 hour cancellation policy. If your appointment is scheduled for a Monday and you need to cancel, you must contact the office the Friday prior to your appointment. For example, if your appointment is 9am on Monday, you must cancel the Friday prior at 9am. This will prevent you from being charged a cancellation fee and allow another patient to have treatment. Please be mindful of this policy. Your cooperation and consideration is appreciated.
A Holiday Message
This is the time of year when the hustle bustle and crazy shopping, partying and holiday stress affect us all. Let us all remember what the holiday season is really about: take some time to reflect on our blessings and reach out to someone who might be alone during this holiday season. Treat a lonely person to a small token or a meal together. Most importantly, take time out for yourself: meditate, go to the gym, read a book in a quiet corner – whatever it takes to reduce the blood pressure and stress of the season. I wish you all a safe, happy and healthy December and a fabulous New Year!
Yours always in good health,