SENECA FALLS – New York Chiropractic College today announced that it, in cooperation with Community Health magazine and The Finger Lakes Times, will host its Eighth Annual Women’s Health Symposium, Saturday, March 28, 2009, on the NYCC campus on Route 89 in Seneca Falls.  The 2009 keynote speakers include Mary Balliett, DC, assistant professor at NYCC; Donna Finando, MS, LAc, LMT; and Natali Cher, MD, DO.  Sponsored in part by M&T Bank, the symposium also will feature a trade show and professional vendors.

This year’s topic, “Wellness At Home,” focuses on important health issues regularly faced by families and will provide the public with insights to help build better communication with their healthcare providers.

A second track is also provided for healthcare professionals that will speak to the topic, “Helping Your Patients Help Themselves” and teaches practitioners effective methods of patient education.  Continuing education credits are awarded – 6 chiropractic postgraduate or 6 AOM PDA points – all other professionals should check with their accrediting agencies.

Members of the public are charged $10 per person.  Attendance includes a continental breakfast, admission to the lecture, fact-filled note pack, gift tote, and a luncheon featuring a panel discussion with guest speakers that include NYCC faculty Jason Wright, MS, LAc, NCCAOM, and Robert Ruddy, BS, DC.  Registration/check-in on the day of the event begins at 8:00 AM. Registration for the professional track is $110, and includes all of the above plus 6 postgraduate credits. Due to the popularity of this event, pre-registration is strongly recommended.

For more information, directions to New York Chiropractic College, or to register, please visit the college’s web site at www.nycc.edu/WHS. Because seating is limited, it is advised to pre-register as soon as possible.

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