The New Zealand School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine is going to host an Open Day on 22 May featuring two renowned industry practitioners sharing their insights on Chinese Medicine in maintaining health, and acupuncture for pain syndromes respectively.
While Dr George Cui is going to discuss on the differences between Chinese and western medicine with special highlight on how Chinese medicine works better in maintaining health, Dr Debra Betts will share on the latest research and recommendations for the use of acupuncture in osteoarthritis, back and menstrual pain.
Dr George Cui was graduated from Nanjing University with Bachelor of Medicine and later gained Master of Forensic Pathology from Auckland School of Medicine. He is also well-trained on Chinese medicine from his family which is specialised in the treatment of various traumas with integrated Chinese and western medicine.
Holding a doctorate degree from Western Sydney University, Dr Debra Betts is an expert in maternity issues. She created a successful maternity acupuncture service at the Hutt Hospital in Lower Hutt.
An information session about the School will also be held for those who are interested in enrolling in the School.
All visitors will receive a voucher for free acupuncture treatment at the School’s supervised student clinics.
As places for the seminars are limited, please reserve your seats as soon as possible by sending an email with your full name, email, and the number of seats to email@example.com before 20 May.
Details are as follows:
Date: 22 May 2021 (Sat)
Time: 2:00pm to 4:30pm
Location: L1, 32 Manukau Road, Epsom, Auckland