Free Info Session on Alternative Therapies at CCC
Public interest in non-traditional healing is on the rise, and a recent article in the Journal of the American Medical Association (February 4, 2004) has called for more research in alternative and complementary therapies. For area residents interested in such methods, a panel of local experts will offer a free public information session on Tuesday evening, March 23, at Cayuga Community College. Speakers will discuss the purpose and scope of chiropractic, reiki, therapeutic touch, massage therapy, yoga, and biomagnetic therapy, and will answer questions. The presentation will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Bourke Memorial Library on the Auburn campus.