Wednesday, November 15, 2017,
SSWAC / 104 Parker-Reed Room

Have you ever wondered whether acupuncture could help with symptoms or issues that you are experiencing? Come Learn about the applications of Acupuncture for both broad and specific concerns.
Headaches and backaches, coughs and catarrh, nausea and insomnia have all shown excellent response to acupuncture.
Wednesday November 15 at noon in the Parker Reed room. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to laura.patterson@colby.edu
Isaac Axtell, L.Ac attended Bastyr University graduating with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in acupuncture and oriental medicine in 2012. Upon graduation, he completed a brief internship in China working alongside doctors in traditional Chinese hospitals in Chengdu and Shanghai, China. He was a core faculty member at Hawaii College of Oriental Medicine where he learned more about integrating acupuncture into rural indigenous populations and cultural competency within health care. He is the current president of the Maine Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and attends various meetings including the Maine Opioid Task Force, and the Substance Abuse Services Commission to learn more about Maine’s opioid epidemic and be a spokesperson for the benefits of acupuncture.
During Isaac’s presentation he hopes to address the relevance of acupuncture in the modern medical setting while providing up to date research on the applications and efficacy of this ancient technique.


Open to the Colby community only