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Acupuncture conference – change in location

May 4, Hamilton, ON - The Canadian Contemporary Acupuncture Association (CCAA) announces a change in location for its first international, interdisciplinary meeting to be held from May 3-6, 2012. The conference is now scheduled to take place at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in Toronto, ON.

May 19, 2011  By Massage Therapy Canada

Two years ago, graduates of the original McMaster Medical Acupuncture Program since 1998– known as Contemporary Medical Acupuncture for Health Professionals – formed the Canadian Contemporary Acupuncture Association (CCAA), which already has several hundred members. 

This unique professional interdisciplinary association is devoted to the dissemination of the very successful contemporary neurofunctional model taught at the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program. 
As part of these efforts, the CCAA is organizing an international meeting titled “Contemporary Acupuncture Integration into Today’s Health Care.”Participation of prominent educators and proponents of the neurofunctional acupuncture model has already been secured with names such as Dr. Thomas Lundeberg from Sweden, Dr. Mike Cummings from England, and Dr. Claudio Couto from Brazil.Canadian experts will include Dr. Elorriaga, Dr. Ohson, Dr. Fargas-Babjak, a list of chiropractors including Dr. Mike Prebeg and Dr. David Salanki, and RMT, Chris O’Connor. 
This exciting event will see the culmination of almost a decade and a half of hard work by the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program devoted to the expansion and integration of a 100 per cent neurofunctional acupuncture model. 
To receive a brochure for the Contemporary Acupuncture Integration in Today’s Health Care conference in May 2012 in Toronto, please contact: 
Angela Silla 
Event Coordinator, 
Continuing Health Sciences Education, 
McMaster University, MDCL 3510 
1280 Main Street West, 
Hamilton ON 
L8S 4K1 
Phone: 905-525-9140 ext. 26327 
Fax: 905-572-7099 

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