2018 FSOMA Annual Conference

Speaker List

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Chad Bailey, AP
Note Speaker Change - John Gorsuch is substituting for Michael Corradino
Michelle Gellis LAc MAc Dipl 
Emily Kate Glasser LA.C., CAN
Cathy Goldstein AP
Lorenzo Gonzalez PT, DPT, LAc, MSOM. OCS, EPC
Robert Linde AP, RH
Rene Ng L. Ac. (AP, L.Ac)
Stacey Phillips & Kym Caporale
Amy Sear AP, Dipl OM
Paula Strait DO
Kimberly Thompson L.Ac.
Mary Elizabeth Wakefield LAc., MS, MM
Jun Xu MD
Your Keynote Speaker - Chen Yen
Aicacia Young RDN
Ruan Jin Zhao AP, DOM


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Chad Bailey, AP 

Chad Bailey, AP is an expert in Acupuncture, Oriental Medicine, Tui Na Massage, Qi Gong, Tai Chi Chuan and Martial Arts, who brings an enormous wealth of knowledge and experience to each of his treatments or classes. He teaches Tai Chi Chuan, Qi Gong, Filipino Self-Defense (Progressive Arnis & Cadena de Mano), Tui Na (Chinese Massage & Manipulation) and Oriental Medicine in Miami. Chad is a state and nationally licensed acupuncturist (A.P., D.O.M.) as well as a national Diplomate of Chinese Herbology (D.C.H.).
Morning Qi Gong/ Yin & Yang  2 Hours GEN

The focus of Morning Qi Gong will be practices relating to the concept Yin & Yang. Practices will include Qi bath, Yin Yang breathing (dispersing and collecting breathes), Heaven & Earth Qi Gong and Tai Ji Qi Gong. Components of various sets will be discussed to show Yin Yang relationship.   Saturday and Sunday 7:30AM

Tui Na for the Upper Periphery (Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Hand and Fingers)  3 Hours GEN

In Tui Na for the Upper Periphery, we will discuss the use of Tui Na (Chinese Massage) to treat pain and lack of mobility in the upper extremities. We will practice and learn manipulations for each part: shoulder/ clavicle/ scapula, elbow, wrist, hand and fingers. We will discuss cases and solutions. (Course is for All levels)  Saturday 9AM-12noon

Due to a personal emergency Michael Corradino LAc will be unable to attend the 2018 FSOMA Conference. FSOMA extends our well wishes to him during this difficult time. Neuropuncture remains on the schedule

Dr Corradino has had a personal unexpected medical emergency and has recommended that John Gorsuch AP teach his class for him.  He says "I have all the confidence in John. AND I am MOST happy that he is available for that weekend!!!..He is my FIRST Neuropuncture Certified member, and he and I are in contact bi-weekly if not at times daily".  It will be Dr Corradino's power point and notes.

John Gorsuch AP

John J. Gorsuch, D.O.M. practices in Sebring, Florida where he incorporates the Neuropuncture System to effectively treat different neurological conditions. Dr. Gorsuch has published articles for a local wellness magazine in Sebring and currently holds a position on the Sebring Well Being Board with other medical providers. Dr. Gorsuch was recently recognized in February of 2018 by founder and creator of the Neuropuncture System, Dr. Michael Corradino, as the first person to achieve certification in this system.

Neuropuncture-Neuroscience Acupuncture for Pain Management I & II      6 Hours BIOMED

In this course we will learn the basics of the Neuropuncture Trinity, the 5 Neurophysiological mechanisms, 5 Neuropuncture Treatment Principles, and the 5 Neuropuncture Electrical Techniques and how this applies to pain management acupuncture physiology. We will examine the neurobiology of pain and how it applies to acupuncture treatments.   Saturday 9AM-12noon

Prerequisite Part 1
In this course you will review the Neuropuncture Trinity and examine Neuropuncture Treatment Prescriptions for all types of pain cases, acute, chronic, orthopedic, internal, and psychological. Neuropuncture Treatment Prescriptions, that are Evidence-based neuroscience electro-acupuncture protocols, will be taught and demonstrated.  Saturday 2pm-5pm

Michelle Gellis LAc MAc Dipl 

Michelle Gellis LAc MAc DiplAc has been a Faculty Member and Clinic Supervisor at the Maryland University of Integrative Health (formally the Tai Sophia Institute) since 2004. Michelle Gellis is certified to teach acupuncture facial rejuvenation certification CEU classes through the American Acupuncture Council. She teaches classes nationally on facial acupuncture and treating neuromuscular facial conditions. Ms. Gellis has been published in the Journal of Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture Today, the Maryland Acupuncture Society Newsletter, The Acupuncture Desk Reference as well as featured in Her Mind Magazine, Howard County
Business News and Be Well World Magazine.

Michelle Gellis 443-980-5047
[email protected]

Treating Neuromuscular Facial Conditions Using a Multifaceted Approach
This is an introductory course

Techniques such as scalp acupuncture, facial motor points, facial cupping, & submuscular needling will be taught and practiced. These skill are beneficial to the treatment of conditions such as: Stroke,  Bells Palsy, TMJ, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Ptosis, MS, shingles and many other neuromuscular conditions.   Friday 2PM-5PM

Emily Kate Glasser LA.C., CAN

Emily Glasser, LA.C., ACN is a Clinical Nutritionist, Acupuncturist and Functional Medicine Specialist. With her years of training in Eastern and Western medicines, she brings an integrated approach to healing, using an extensive health and wellness toolkit that includes whole food nutrition, lab testing analysis, acupuncture and herbal/botanical medicine. Emily’s unique perspective allows her to see the big picture and connect-the-dots for her patients by investigating, finding and treating the source of the issue.

As an experienced practitioner, Emily is a well-respected speaker and educator who regularly teaches seminars for other health practitioners and the public on a wide range of topics.

Emily writes on a variety of health topics for both online and print publications. She is currently writing a book entitled, “The 80’s Tried To Kill Us,"" about outdated nutrition policies, modern nutritional science, and of course, hairspray.
Emily is a firm believer that food heals and when given the right tools, the right guidance and a pinch of patience, the body can overcome most conditions.

Understanding The Thyroid Epidemic: How To Identify The Top 3 Thyroid Conditions On Blood Chemistry and Support The Thyroid Through Nutrition and Herbal Medicine   6 Hours BIOMED

This is an intermediate to advanced class. The course will review thyroid physiology and how to understand and analyze thyroid values on a lab testing. Emphasis is on distinguishing the top 3 thyroid patterns seen on blood chemistry- Primary Hypothyroidism, Secondary Hypothyroidism, and Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. The latest scientific research on nutrition and herbal medicine for thyroid support will be presented.   Sunday 9AM-4PM

Cathy Goldstein AP

Cathy Goldstein has been practicing acupuncture for over 30 years. She is a graduate of New England School of Acupuncture. Cathy has been teaching advance techniques that are based in meridian theory and TCM for over 23 years. Cathy was Dx with Crohn's disease in her mid-twenties. After long term struggle with multiple hospitalizations and surgeries Acupuncture saved her life and the cutting edge of Nero-Emotional Technique resolved the stress that perpetuated ongoing symptoms. She is committed to keeping our profession on the cutting edge of evidence-based protocols. She is a energetic speaker that is interested in participants learning techniques that they can take back to the office and use Monday to help their patients.
You may contact Cathy Goldstein by e-mail - [email protected]

How to Change Brain Chemistry Quickly:TCM Based Neuro-Emotional Treatment  3 Hours BIOMED

This class is for all levels of practice. We will go over the science of emotions, as well as research that shows TCM based protocol can eliminate hippocampus electrical impulse. New research never been seen showing TCM based protocol changing the brain stem impulse. This is the first ever research that shows the relationship between emotions and physical changes using TCM based protocol. Demonstration of protocol and learn FAST track technique that you can use with patients on Monday. The information we will cover will give you research and a foundation that explains to patients how TCM can change brain chemistry and emotional response to trauma and daily stressors.
Friday 2PM-5PM

 Lorenzo Gonzalez PT, DPT, LAc, MSOM. OCS, EPC

Lorenzo Gonzalez, PT DPT LAc is in private practice in Dallas, New York City and Miami Beach specializing in treating Olympic, professional and recreational athletes. Dr. Gonzalez is faculty at the McMaster’s University Biomedical Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program, as well as a voluntary assistant professor of physical therapy in the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Dr. Gonzalez is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Licensed Acupuncturist, Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and Board Certified Exercise Physiologist. 

Advanced Orthopedic Acupuncture I & II - 6 Hours BIOMED

This seminar course is designed to introduce the participant to the concepts of orthopedic needling, its neuro-functional principles, and its use in an acupuncture setting.  Comparison and Contrast of orthopedic needling to acupuncture will be highlighted, as well as its safety, indications and contraindications.  A lab component will allow for the participants to practice various introductory orthopedic needling techniques 

Robert Linde AP, RH

Bob Linde is the owner of Acupuncture & Herbal Therapies in St. Petersburg Florida and the director of the Professional Herbalists Training Program, a two-year clinical herbal program. He also consults as a product developer for a national herbal product company and enjoys growing many medicinal herbs in his yard. He serves on the board of directors for the Florida State Oriental Medicine Association (FSOMA). Bob has presented at the FSOMA, Florida Herbal Conference, and the American Herbalist Guild conference. He lectures regularly at colleges and organizations around the US.

I have taken a circuitous route to becoming an acupuncturist and herbalist. My career has changed many times; commercial lobster and conch diver, treasure hunter, sail and canoe instructor, wilderness youth counselor, long-line fisherman, infantryman in Desert Storm and GreenPeace worker
You may reach Bob at [email protected]

Understanding and Advising Patients on Hemp & Cannabis Beginner to intermediate Level    3 Hours BIOMED

We will explore the differences between Hemp and Cannabis use in a clinical setting. Details about active cannabinoids and alkaloids and their uses and contraindications. We will explore the different strains and extraction methods and the benefits of each as well as explore the combinations with common western and chinese herbs for specific issues both internally and externally.

 Rene Ng L. Ac. (AP, L.Ac)

Rene Ng (AP, L.Ac) is a Sarasota-based Acupuncture Physician and Chinese Herbalist with over ten years experience in Acupuncture. He began his Chinese Medicine training in his pre-teens under the tutelage of his parents and friends of the family back in China where he was born. He is NCCAOM board-certified in Acupuncture, and licensed to practice Acupuncture in California and Florida. He is also a long-tine student of over ten years of Dr. Young Wei Chieh, one of Master Tung's senior disciples, and is board-certified as a Tung Practitioner by the World Association of Tung Acupuncture. Rene is an in-demand speaker, and gives workshops, seminars, and training sessions in various aspects of Wellness, Diseases, and Chinese Medicine all over the United States, and was a speaker at the FSOMA Conferences of 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. He also appeared on the Dr Oz show, and is a four-tine winner of Sarasota's "Favorite Acupuncturist Award.' Further details of his professional career can be found detailed out in his resume.

Beyond NADA - Managing Addiction with Chinese Medicine     3 Hours GEN

Covers from Beginner through Advanced Level. This course explores Addiction in depth, including types, impact on the organ systems, critical success factors in treatments, and treatment approaches along with detoxifications. Herbal formulas and recommended acupuncture points (outside of NADA) will be included. Also included is a discussion on NADA and why those specific points are used in addition.     Saturday 2PM-5PM

 Stacy Phillips & Kym Caporale

Symposium Incorporating CBD Into Your Practice   1 BIOMED
1. What is CBD
2. Legality of CBD
3. Why is CBD Good Medicine
4. Physiological Effects of CBD
5. CBD Dosing
6. Conditions for which CBD is best used
7. Case Studies and Research

Saturday 7:30AM-8:30AM

 Amy Sear AP, Dipl OM

Amy J. Sear, A.P., Dipl. O.M. (NCCAOM) is an experienced speaker and is valued for her organized, practical, and information filled presentations. She completed her Oriental Medical education from the Acupressure Acupuncture Institute in Miami, FL, where she received awards for outstanding achievement in academics and clinical practice. Amy served as President of FSOMA from 2004 to 2010, and currently teaches at the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine. She is the first employee of the Integrative Medicine Department at Memorial Healthcare Systems in Broward County, FL, and has over fifteen years experience in Integrative practice. She brings her years of respected teaching experience to this topic in order to help others.
You may contact her at [email protected] 

Functional Medicine and Solutions in Integrative Oncology  3 Hours BIOMED

Functional Medicine provides a unique and valuable view of biomedical systems, and provides the OM practitioner, and their patients, added knowledge and tools. This is particularly true in the case of Oncology and Cancer. This course will cover the key biomedical mechanisms of Cancer and the functional medicine connection to them. Treatment solutions will be covered, including lifestyle, diet, herbs and supplements.    Saturday 2PM-5PM

 Paula Strait DO

“Dr. Paula Strait graduated with honors from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, where she trained with Dr. Irvin Korr, world renowned physiologist and champion for osteopathic medicine. It was at TCOM that she began to understand how trauma affects our autonomic nervous system and options for soothing injury.

Dr. Strait practices community medicine in Maine. She has over forty years of experience in prevention and healing. Her practice focuses on partnership with patients and being mindful of our innate self-healing. Her interests include the injured brain and neuroregeneration. She has special expertise in Rural Emergency Medicine, Functional Neurology, Osteopathic Manipulation, Nutrition and Stress Management. She is a professor with the Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine and has held board certifications in Family Medicine and Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. Previously Dr. Strait was an assistant Professor with the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine“.  You may contact her at [email protected]

Tracking the Vagus - an Exploration of the Autonomic Nervous System with Heart Rate Variability
3 Hours BIOMED

This will be a course lecture on the autonomic nervous system (ANS) as well as an interactive experience in palpation and visceral manipulation of the vagus nerve. Heart rate variability software will be used as an assessment tool to determine the modulating affects of modalities on the ANS.   The Vagus Nerve has been linked to such disparate diseases as gastroparesis, fainting, inflammatory conditions and more.  Friday 9AM-12Noon

  Kimberly Thompson L.Ac.

Kimberly Thompson, L.Ac wears many hats. She is a licensed acupuncturist in Meridian, Idaho. When she is not running her private practice, she works as an Acupuncture Research Analyst for Miridia Technology where she specializes in modern acupuncture diagnostic and treatment tools. Kimberly is a world renowned teacher and mentor for acupuncturists. She is a columnist for Acupuncture Today, an international CEU lecturer, and author of “Move Blood and Stop Pain”. Kimberly began her career, many years ago as a massage therapist. Her passion for body work branched into teaching acupuncturists and massage therapists to utilize the power of the acupuncture channels for more effective treatment. In her “free time” Kimberly enjoys her 9 children and 17 grandchildren. 

You may contact Kimberly at [email protected]

End the PAIN‚ Treating the Tendomuscular Meridian System   3 GEN

Learn to how to effectively resolve PAIN and revitalize your practice with a multi-faceted approach to the treatment of chronic qi and blood stagnation, AKA chronic pain. We will take a deeper look at channel flow and the power of the tendinomuscular channel in relation to scar tissue and adhesions causing stagnation in the channel. You will learn palpation skills and effective treatment strategies which change the condition of the channel immediately.
Friday 9AM-12Noon

 Mary Elizabeth Wakefield LAc., MS, MM

Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, L. Ac., M. S., M. M., is the internationally recognized author of the book, Constitutional Facial Acupuncture (Elsevier UK, 2014). She is an acclaimed teacher, an acupuncturist, an herbalist, Acutonics and Zen Shiatsu practitioner, cranio-sacral therapist and a professional opera singer.

Mary Elizabeth is acknowledged to be the leading international authority on facial acupuncture, and has created innovative treatment protocols that emphasize a constitutional approach to this modality, and a wide range of educational seminars that present her unique philosophy and treatment protocols. She has 30+ years of clinical professional experience as a healing practitioner, and has personally trained close to 5,000 healthcare practitioners from 5 continents.

She lived in Tokyo for 3 years and studied Zen Shiatsu with the late Masunaga-sensei, and Japanese acupuncture with Matsumoto-sensei, among other illustrious teachers.  She has taught in symposiums worldwide, contributed articles to acupuncture journals, and appeared on the Discovery Channel, ABC, NBC, etc.  She maintains a private practice in New York and may be contacted at [email protected]; http://www.facialacupuncture-wakefieldtechnique.com/ 

Introduction to New Scar Therapy Treatments: “Alleviating the Long-Term Effects of Injury/Surgery”

Patients continue to suffer from chronic pain and disability from the residual impact of scar tissue formation, long after the initial trauma or surgery. While Western medicine can be effective in addressing acute trauma, there are few noninvasive treatments for the long-term effects of scars.
Research indicates that acupuncture increases circulation, regenerates nerves and tissues, lessens physical and emotional pain, and breaks up adhesions that pull on the organs and meridians. In this seminar, participants will learn how to recognize, palpate and treat different types of scars, e.g., burns, stretch marks, acne scars, vaccination sites, facelift, hysterectomy, Caesarean section, heart surgery, etc.

They will also be introduced to:

  • the physiological factors that affect healing
  • the side effects of adhesions
  • topical scar applications
  • protocols for internal and external scarring
  • how trauma and injury impact the emotions, and lodge in patients’ cellular memory

Scar photos and treatment demonstrations will be provided in the slideshow.   Sunday 2PM-5PM

Jun Xu MD

Dr. Xu Graduated from Jiangxi College of Traditional Chinese Medicine with Bachelor of Medicine degree in 1984. He then finished his Master of Medicine in Guangzhou College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He came to New York and worked at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine as a research fellow from 1988 until 1995. He then went to the New York Medical College in 1996 and received his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, he graduated in 2000. Currently he is a licensed MD physician and acupuncturist, assistant professor in the department of physical medicine and rehabilitation at New York Medical College, and an attending physician in the Columbia University affiliated Stamford Hospital. He is also American board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation. He has a private practice in Greenwich, CT. He teaches seminars in many acupuncture conference and Acupuncture Schools.  He has published two books, Magic Needles and ‚The Praeger Handbook of Acupuncture for Pain Management. He has been featured in many media, such as ABC, Channel 12 and Greenwich Times.
Neck, Shoulder,  Elbow, Wrist and Hand Diseases  6 BIOMED
Dr. Xu's lecture describes the anatomy, physiology, pathology, clinical symptoms, diagnosis and treatment by both Western and Chinese Medicines. It is a very clinically oriented and practical course. It will teach all levels of  practitioners how  to accurately diagnosis  and precisely  and effectively treat Neck, Shoulder,  Elbow, Wrist and Hand diseases. It will enhance practitioners confidence to treat these conditions and give them the skills needed to communicate with main stream healthcare practitioners.  He also provides the sample SOAP notes and reports so main stream health care provides can easily understand the treatment done by an acupuncturist.        Sunday 9AM-4PM

Your Keynote Speaker - Chen Yen

Chen Yen is a sought-after national speaker. She is an expert at helping acupuncturists grow fulfilling 6 and 7-figure practices faster, without having to do it the exhausting extroverted way. Chen believes that holistic health practitioners don’t have to struggle with inconsistent income when they choose to follow a step-by-step system that works for each stage of practice.

Chen came from “the other side” as a pharmacist and kept a secret to herself about what she really thought of drugs. She then started and grew a business from 0 to 7 figures the introverted way, in less than 5 years. As the founder of Fill My Holistic Practice, Chen is no longer hiding behind her secret and is excited to be living her passion. It's time that our healthcare system is integrated, and people stop depending on drugs and surgery when they don’t work!  

Chen’s mission is to wake up the planet and change the way we treat illness and health. This can happen only if more acupuncturists and holistic practitioners get the word out there. Your patients need you–don’t be a best kept secret! 

Keynote Speaker General Assembly & Sunday Breakfast Symposium 7:30AM-8:30A

Sunday Breakfast Symposium  - How to Fill Up Your Schedule with Patients By Just 1 Talk/Month
Would you like to know how to give just 1 talk/month and bring in more patients than you can handle?  
Speaking is one of the fastest ways to educate more people about acupuncture and start getting seen as a go-to acupuncturist in your community. There's nothing faster than showing up, doing a talk, and get more patients in 1 hr than you would from a month of networking IF you know what you're doing.  

But it's not fun for very long if you do talks and patients don't come in from your efforts. This presentation will show you insider secrets to predictably attracting patients from your talks.

-3 Ways to attract more new patients by speaking (and even make passive income from it)
-The #1 overlooked key to getting more people to show up to your talks 
-The most important factor to creating a talk that is authentic and brings patients in the door, without being awkward or salesy
-How to give just 1 talk/mo and walk away with more patients than you can handle
(the introverted way)   Sunday Breakfast Symposium 7:30am-8:30am

 Aicacia Young RDN

Aicacia Young, RDN is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist in Austin, Texas. While she was trained in traditional nutrition, Aicacia’s first job as an RDN was in the field of Functional Medicine, where she worked closely with an MD to help patients from all over the country treat and reverse their various autoimmune conditions through diet and supplementation. Aicacia now serves as a Content Specialist and Digestive Health Educator at Microbiome Labs, where she compiles and shares the latest research concerning the gut microbiome.

Preventing Post Prandial Endotoxemia: The #1 Cause of Death Worldwide   1 BIOMED
You are more bacteria than you are human with 10 trillion human cells outnumbered by over 100 trillion bacteria cells in and on your body. The human genome contributes just 1% genetic material to daily metabolic function compared to the 99% that is contributed by the microbiome. An often-overlooked role of the microbiome is to prevent post-prandial endotoxemia and the inflammatory devastation thatfollows. This lecture will illustrate the danger of having post-prandial endotoxemia and why this condition is being called the number one cause of mortality worldwide as it sets up the body for virtually every chronic disease. This condition is caused by eating and a failure of the microbiome to protect its host from this response. You simply cannot completely correct any chronic condition without addressing post-prandial endotoxemia. 
Friday Breakfast Symposium 7:30AM-8:30AM

 Ruan Jin Zhao AP, DOM

Dr. Ruan Jin Zhao graduated from Beijing University of TCM with Ph.D. in Chinese herbal medicine and Cellular biology. He has practiced TCM over 30 years with huge clinical work and experience in clinical oncology, autoimmune diseases and viral diseases. He is affiliate member of H. Lee. Moffitt Cancer Center. For pain management, he has invented many new therapies and herbal medicine. He has published many research paper and author the book From Legend to Science-- History of TCM

Management Pain Syndromes and Avoid Opiate Drug Addiction  3 GEN

Florida governor Rick Scott is proposing a $53 million funding increase for opioid abuse prevention effort in 2018. This is a truly opportunity and as well as a challenge for TCM practitioners in US. Herein, there are two projects, one is how to stop pain; second is how do help people to quit the addiction to opioid drug. Is TCM practitioner does have enough knowledge and technique reserve power to relieve pain? Acupuncture for pain can completely replace the opioid drug? What pain syndromes are the right indication for acupuncture? For overcome the opioid addiction, what is the correct acupuncture procedure? What is the prospect result in a short term and long term? All these questions should be addressed and answered by our TCM practitioners.

The advance research for the mechanism of acupuncture analgesia provide a great evidence. Clinically, the most challenge cases are from post-surgery and newly traumatic injury patients. Due to the limitation of time and space, TCM practitioners cannot reach the patient on time. Opioid pain medicines are the absolutely thing to be prescription, which creates many addiction patients. To avoid and prevent opioid addiction, the best way to improve the way how to practice acupuncture and invent new technique for this challenging situation. To treat Shen/mind and elevate patient’s pain threshold, the Cross-Needling technique; To collect the traditional and modern acupuncture manipulation technique for pain management, such as Si Guan Point, Pi Zhen and many other micro-needling systems. It is necessary to develop a convenient device to be carried with patient, to develop more efficient herbal medicine for pain relief, to take the advantage of needling combination with herbal medicine for all the pain syndromes.

For successful abstinence of opioid pain drug, based on personal clinical experience, there are eleven multiple approaches to be followed. Especially, the caring and love from patient‚Äôs family members and the dedicated doctor‚Äôs involvement, just like two quantum entanglements, the positive mental power can affect patient to wake up their mind and heart, which may reset their mind/brain activities. This is the only way to keep patient completely away from opioid drug. Saturday 9AM-12Noon  .

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