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AAPNA Announces 2011 Annual Conference Focused on Women’s Health in Boston, MA
AAPNA's third annual conference will focus on Women's Health and will be held in Boston MA - August 12-14, 2011
With this year’s conference, AAPNA aims to raise public awareness about the importance of women's health and encourages women to make their health a top priority. Women are the foundation of many families, but too often they place the needs of others over theirs. The 2011 conference will take place August 12-14, 2011 in Woburn, Massachusetts, USA.
AAPNA’s mission is to bring Ayurveda to the forefront of healing arts. AAPNA brings together several experts from across the globe to discuss the Ayurvedic approach to women’s health. This year's conference features a panel of experts who will discuss how Ayurveda and integrative medicine can heal women with various disease states such as breast cancer, infertility, osteoporosis, and postpartum depression.
“The Conference highlights the coming of age of Ayurveda in the western world and exemplifies the benefits of healing therapies that have been in use for over 5,000 years”, says Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla, Founder of AAPNA. “It is an ideal platform for MD’s, nurses, and Ayurvedic professionals, and for the general public seeking alternative and natural remedies that complement western healthcare”.
Experts from Boston University, Middlesex University, AAPI, and University of Pennsylvania Health System, among others, will be presenting on wide ranging topics that relate to women’s health. Visitors can learn about the healing values of Ayurveda experts in their fields. They can also visit the exhibition hall for valuable information on products and services related to Ayurveda.
The women’s health conference will be held at the Hilton Woburn, MA from Aug 12-14, 2011. It will be followed by a day of post-conference workshops and demonstrations on August 15, 2011.
For more information, contact AAPNA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-347-6110 and visit www.aapna.org