​Integrative Medicine Lecture Schedule

2016 Lecture Series 5:30 - 6:30 PM
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Lectures are free and open to the public.

All talks take place at the UPMC Center for Integrative Medicine.

For more information, call 412-623-3023.

"Functional Medicine and Functional Nutrition: What It Is and What It Can Do For You"

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Come learn about "Upstream" medicine. We will focus on nutritional approaches to health and well-being.

  • Speaker: Karl W. Holtzer, M.D.
    Physician/Functional Medicine

"Prolotherapy"

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Injections to strengthen injured tendons and ligaments.

  • Speaker: Ronald Glick, M.D.
    Medical Director

"Massage for EveryBODY"

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Jessie Violet Larson, LMT, will be presenting this fun and informative lecture about the many health benefits of massage with opportunity for hands-on massage (bring a friend?) and self-care. 

Everyone who attends will receive useful items and information to take home with you. Jessie will also make time to answer any of your personal questions about massage's specific benefits and applications. Massage can help EveryBODY!

  • Speaker: Jessie Violet Larson, LMT
    Licensed Massage Therapist

"Acupuncture and Fibromyalgia"

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Join us for a discussion on how acupuncture can help relieve fibromyalgia and other chronic pain. A short demonstration and Q&A will follow.

  • Speaker: Tricia Smith, LAc, M.S.
    Licensed Acupuncturist

"Letting Go of Resentments"

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Many of us struggle with resentments. We may hold resentments against our parents, spouses, kids, bosses, neighbors and friends. These resentments may be overt resulting in cutting off all communication with the person who offended us. In some cases this may not be possible and the resentment is hidden. 

We may act superficially friendly towards the one who offended us but never trust them or open our hearts to them again. While this might seem like a reasonable solution, long term resentments can have harmful effects on our physical and emotional health. Explore with others ways to better manage this powerful emotion.

  • Speaker: Jim Donnelly, MA
    Licensed Psychologist

"Help for that 'Royal' Pain in the Neck"

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Do you have neck pain? Come in to see how acupuncture can help.

  • Speaker: K.K. Teh, LAc, MAc
    Licensed Acupuncturist

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