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29th Annual Pacific Symposium

Pacific College of Oriental Medicine’s 29th annual Pacific Symposium is being held October 31 to November 7 at the Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa in San Diego. The event, which features 23 speakers, is an opportunity to meet a community of healers while learning from innovators in the field.

        Pacific Symposium draws acupuncturists, massage practitioners, chiropractors, nurses, medical doctors and traditional Chinese medicine students. Attendees will have a chance to earn CEUs and PDAs while listening to this year’s speakers present current research, unique methodologies, and explore new techniques to integrate into daily life.

        The symposium will also showcase more than 70 exhibitors eager to present new products that can help revolutionize one’s healing practice. The exhibitor hall will be open to the public November 3 to 5.

        Now in its 29th year, Pacific Symposium has served as an interactive environment for brilliant minds of the East Asian medical profession to come together and study. A renowned conference with worldwide recognition, this annual event unites acupuncturists, massage therapists, nurses, medical doctors, students and professors by opening the gates to the exchange of industry information.

Location: Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa, 3999 Mission Blvd., San Diego. Course information and “Conference Schedule at a Glance” can be found at PacificSymposium.org/courses. For more information, contact 619-574-6909, ext 121 or Symposium@PacificCollege.edu.

 

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