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100 Day Moxa Challenge - for Long Covid Symptoms

A California LAc is now teaching qigong and acupressure at Mt Zion Staff Wellness Center. 

Ra Adcock, Executive Director of CSOMA reports on Instagram "I’m excited to be teaching qigong and acupressure in the new Mount Zion Staff Wellness Program. Building UCSF’s integrative medicine tools one campus at a time… alway starting with programs that nourish and enrich the hardworking and dedicated staff, knowing how the movement opens organically from there."


From PubMed - Acupuncture therapy as an Evidence-Based Nonpharmacologic Strategy for Comprehensive Acute Pain Care: the Academic Consortium Pain Task Force White Paper Update
Conclusion: The majority of reviews find acupuncture therapy to be an efficacious strategy for acute pain with potential to avoid and/or reduce opioid reliance. Future multi-center trials are needed to clarify the dosage and generalizability of acupuncture for acute pain in the ED. With an extremely low risk profile, acupuncture therapy is an important strategy in comprehensive acute pain care.

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FSOMA has proudly been exhibiting annually at the Workers Compensation Institute Conference in Orlando for over 5 years.  It is a national conference with heavy participation from the local area or Orlando and throughout Florida.  As a FSOMA member, it is a great opportunity to volunteer your time, interact with Workers' Compensation community and educate them about the benefits of acupuncture.  We are requesting volunteers for Monday August 22nd and Tuesday August 23rd 2022. 

You will be taking a brief intake and giving mini acupuncture treatments to attendees who include adjusters, lawyers,and medical personal who work in the Workers Comp system.  A knowledge of Auricular, Korean Hand Therapy, Dr. Tan or Master Tung treatments would be a plus.

We ask that you commit to a 5 hour time slot on Monday
or 3 hours slots on Tuesday

Monday 12 noon - 5:00 p.m. 
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 12noon
                12 noon - 3:00 p.m.

If you are interested in volunteering, please simply fill out and submit this form. FSOMA will contact you upon receipt and review of your application to inform you with further details and provide you training and orientation via webinar. 

Register here to attend next FSOMA BOD meeting, online June 20, 2022 at 7pm

New Member Benefits: Free Social Media images showcasing research to promote the benefits of Acupuncture & Asian Medicine. Visit Your Benefits to learn more. 

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