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ATTeNDee INvITATION

AAAOM 2009 International Conference & Exposition

TRANSITIONS IN AOM

The journey has begun ­ April 23-26, 2009

sACrAMEnTO, CA

Keynote events And worKshops:

Acupuncture Awareness day at the California state Capitol: thursday, April 23, 2009

8 PDAs pending

ThE hyATT CApITOl pArk

saam Acupuncture thursday, April 23, 2009

Yong-Suk Kim, OMD, PhD

8 CEUs / PDAs pending

east Meets west in Fertility treatment saturday-sunday, April 25-26, 2009

Marcelle Cedars, MD Susan Fox, MSOM Randine Lewis, LAc, MSOM, PhD Karen Reynolds, MS, RN, LAc

16 CEUs / PDAs pending

scalp Acupuncture sunday, April 26, 2009

Shunfa Jiao, MD

8 CEUs / PDAs pending

40 Total CEUs / PDAs

PO Box 162340 Sacramento, CA 95816 Toll Free: 866-455-7999 www.aaaomonline.org

Early Bird Conference registration rate through March 13, 2009

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Greetings OM Members and Colleagues:

Mark the Rite of Spring with the AAAOM as we transition into Expo 2009! The trees and flowers of Sacramento, known nationally as the City of Trees, will be displaying their colors as we gather to affirm the vitality of the AOM profession. Join us to refine your knowledge, see your colleagues and friends, and evolve our collective AOM future. The AAAOM International Conference and Exposition is brimming with educational opportunities, public awareness and outreach, networking with legislators and peers, AOM exhibitors, and the richness of perspectives you expect from our events--strengthened even more through our unification. Join us in Sacramento to survey and participate in the contemporary face of the AOM profession. Every year we cultivate the finest in the profession: speakers, practitioners, and exhibitors all joining to present a narrative panorama--an expression of where we have come from, our identity, and the landscape of future destinations. As we transition to a spring conference schedule, we have aimed a closer-focused lens on certain topics considered vital to practitioners.

What's on the horizon?

The 2009 conference features two rather profound aspects of AOM: fertility and integrative medicine. As we look at both tracks, some workshops offer not only state-of-the-art clinical advancements in these areas, but, equally, they open the door to new applications and opportunities for expansion of AOM into far greater realms of modern healthcare--addressing health impacts that reflect on core societal needs.

Here is a preview of coming events!

On Thursday our pre-conference activities will open with two featured events: a Master's Level course on Korean Saam Acupuncture, taught by Yong-Suk Kim OMD, PhD, Seoul, Korea, and Acupuncture Awareness Day. At Expo 2008 in Chicago, AAAOM offered a 4-hour workshop on Saam Acupuncture taught by a delegation of four practitioners from Korea. The course, in attendance by more than 90 practitioners, received "rave reviews" with many comments expressing how the 4-hour workshop did not afford ample time to convey the depth of knowledge and experience presented. In response to this overwhelming feedback, we invited Dr. Kim to return and teach an 8-hour intensive Master's Level course. The AAAOM is proud to re-open the door to this extraordinary example of cultural and professional exchange. This is a base of knowledge that is not readily available in the U.S. Due to class popularity, we recommend early enrollment! Simultaneously, the AAAOM will host Acupuncture Awareness Day at the California State Capitol. Serving far beyond the needs of California practitioners, this day offers a blueprint for conducting public awareness campaigns in your own state capitals and communities. As a grassroots effort it is designed to reach out to the public-at-large such as legislators (and thus their constituencies), legislative staff, state agencies, and local government. A few of the workshop highlights include: acupuncture for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) within the VA system; herbal research in clinical practice; neuroimaging in acupuncture; and Master Tung's Magic Points for integrative medicine. There will be 20 CEUs in fertility, including the Essence of Essence taking us from an abstract concept to clinical considerations regarding infertility and a 4-part series detailing what patients should expect when expecting--providing an overview of Western fertility treatment as it integrates with AOM including discussions about lab testing and hormonal assessment, managing hormone regulation and reproductive health through nutrition and herbal supplements, and the heart of the matter where spirit, mind and body integrate to address fertility challenges. We offer additional integrative medicine highlights such as: an integrative approach to soft tissue injury; the integration of conventional medicine and TCM in colorectal cancer treatment; an integrative approach

to the care of patients with gastric cancer; and, a two-part series on scalp acupuncture. Early morning qi gong and tai chi in Capitol Park will round out this rich program--taking place in one of Sacramento's downtown treasures boasting hundreds of trees from all over the world, and fragrant rose gardens that enchant the spirit. Of course we will dance the night away at our annual banquet with a live band--and with an added entrée of musicians from our own AOM community! The Student Caucus will host a plethora of activities designed to expand the knowledge and grow the leadership of tomorrow. Even the AAAOM annual meeting, which will be held on Friday night, will represent a source of new beginnings as we vote on rewriting AAAOM bylaws-- developed through months of effort by a diverse task-force representing the whole of the AOM community. Don't miss your chance to participate in our own Rite of Spring as we transition with the AOM profession in Sacramento. We will gather again to articulate our AOM vision as we work together to refine and enhance healthcare options available in the U.S. The AAAOM Board of Directors, Deborah Lincoln, RN, MSN, LAc, DiplAc Conference Co-Chair Christine Chang, DAOM, LAc, DiplOM Conference Co-Chair

Peak Exhibitor Hours Regency Ballroom and Regency Pre-function Area: 9:30 ­ 10:30 AM 12 Noon ­ 2:00 PM 3:30 ­ 4:30 PM 6:00 ­ 6:30 PM AM Attendee Break with our Exhibitors Attendee Exhibit Hall Luncheon- Shopping Soirée! PM Attendee Break with our Exhibitors After Hours

For those choosing to attend the entire conference, including pre-conference, we are offering possible (pending) continuing education units based upon the following schedule:

Thursday 4/23/2009 8 CEUs Pending AAAOM CAB CEU Provider # 014 Friday 4/24/2009 12 CEUs Pending Saturday 4/25/2009 11 CEUs Pending Sunday 4/26/2009 9 CEUs Pending TOTAL 40 CEUs/PDAs Pending

AAAOM-NCCAOM PDA ACHB # 426

-To receive CEUs-PDAs, attendees MUST sign-in and sign-out of each workshop attended-

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EXHIBITORS: Attendees will visit the Regency Ballroom and the Regency Pre-function Area featuring 61 of our profession's foremost exhibitors and offering a myriad of state-of-the-art OM products and services. As one family, the AAAOM is quite creative in offering exciting opportunities for our exhibitors and attendees to experience the value of each other throughout the event. ATTENDEE LUNCHES WILL BE LOCATED IN THE HYATT REGENCY BALLROOM.

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SACRAM eNTO

California's State Capitol and the "City of Trees" - Welcomes You!...

Founded in 1849, we're poised to celebrate our rich 160 year state history. We're proud to call Sacramento home for AAAOM's corporate offices, and it's truly exciting to be the host city for the AAAOM's Transitions Conference 2009. Kindred to our profession and this event, Sacramento's downtown area has transitioned from a "destination...not" to a stroller's paradise--with tree-lined, well preserved, Victorian-era homes. Our city has arrived with its hot, hip, walkable, stylish neighborhoods that boast dozens of trendy white-linen restaurants and kicked-back eateries, one-of-a-kind boutique shops, coffee and tea houses, dessert diners, and galleries galore...all creating a sophisticated bohemian vibe. The midtown, officially called the Grid, offers an accessible concentration of this trendy scene that rates well by "San Francisco standards," states the SF Chronicle in their coverage of Sacramento in May. The Hyatt Hotel is located directly across the street from the state capitol. The verdant park surrounding the capitol building, one mile in perimeter, is a walker or runner's paradise where trees from throughout the world grow in compliment to our city's rich history. This event is a homecoming of sorts, and we will leave no stone unturned to welcome you, our fellow practitioners, as our honored guests! The Hyatt Capitol Park 1209 L Street Sacramento, California 95816 Tel: 916-443-1234 Overnight Rooms: $174 (Single/Double Occupancy + State and Local Taxes) Online Registration: www.aaaomonline.org or call hotel direct (Request AAAOM Rate)

Attendee and Exhibitor Information: AAAOM 909 22nd Street, PO Box 162340 Sacramento, CA 95816 Phone: 916-443-4770 Toll Free: 866-455-7999 Online Registration: www.aaaomonline.org

PReSeNTeRS

David A. Bray, CMD, DAc, DiplCH (NCCAOM) graduated in 1980 from Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and served as a staff physician in the Department of Internal Medicine and Immunology at the Guangzhou #1 Municipal Hospital. He received post-graduate specialist training in TCM gynecology at the Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Changsha. Dr. Bray maintains a busy private practice, serves as a consultant regarding standards of practice in the TCM profession and is a published author, translator, and contributor to numerous TCM texts. Christine Chang, DAOM, LAc, DiplOM is in private practice and lectures on Chinese nutrition, Chinese medical language, herbal formulas and Chinese patent medicines in Santa Monica, California. Christine serves as an herbal consultant to Crane Herb Company and KPC Chinese Herbal Manufactory in the U.S. as well as to the AAAOM Board of Directors. She translates ancient Chinese essence to Western society and continues the way of the Chinese Doctor (Yi Dao) internationally. Joe C. Chang, MAOM, DiplOM, LAc is a second-generation acupuncturist who has been instrumental in integrating acupuncture into the Ft. Bliss and Ft. Hood Restoration & Resilience Center at William Beaumont Army Medical Center and Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center. He is currently the sole acupuncturist and researcher at the Ft. Bliss Restoration & Resilience Center, which is a two-year pilot program that provides an integrated approach in the treatment of post-deployment soldiers diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Chang is the founding director of The Foundation for Integrated Cancer Services, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides an integrated approach to cancer patients utilizing several different alternative modalities as well as standard Western protocols. He has co-authored Occupational Therapy International and Medical Acupuncture and is a member of the Military Acupuncture Society for Military Physicians.

Nan Cameron, MSN, RN, LAc received a master's of science in nursing as an oncology clinical nurse specialist from Gwynedd Mercy College. She received a master's degree in Oriental medicine at the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in Santa Fe, NM. Nan served two terms on the North Carolina Acupuncture Licensing Board (NCALB). In March, 2000, she opened the Cameron Clinic of Oriental Medicine in Wilmington, NC. She has a busy Oriental medicine practice specializing in internal medicine and oncology. Marcelle Cedars, MD is the director of the UCSF Center for Reproductive Health, and is a specialist in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Dr. Cedars received her medical training at the University Of Texas Southwestern School Of Medicine in 1981, completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas in 1982, and did her fellowship in reproductive endocrinology at UCLA in 1987. She is board certified in both reproductive endocrinology and obstetrics and gynecology. Her clinical and research interests include polycystic ovarian syndrome, perimenopause, and assisted reproduction. She has worked in reproductive endocrinology and infertility for more than 20 years, seeing the field explode over the years. Misha Ruth Cohen, OMD, LAc is a principal investigator at the University of California San Francisco Institute for Health and Aging for Chinese herbal, TCM, and CAM studies. She is secretary of the Society for Acupuncture Research and chair of the AAAOM Research Committee. Dr. Cohen has practiced Asian medicine since 1975. Assemblyman Mike Eng, JD, MS represents the 49th Assembly District, which is located within eastern Los Angeles County. Recently, Assemblyman Eng was selected by Speaker Karen Bass to be the next Chair of the Assembly Committee on Transportation. In addition, Assemblyman Eng was appointed to the Assembly Committee on Health for the Extraordinary Session, which was responsible for analyzing this year's efforts to reform our healthcare system. Prior to the State Assembly, Assemblyman Eng was appointed to the California Department of Consumer Affairs Acupuncture Board for two terms where he served as Board Vice-Chair and Chair of the Enforcement Committee. Assemblyman Eng earned his law degree from the University of California-Los Angeles after completing Bachelors' and Masters Degrees at the University of Hawaii.

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Susan Fox, LAc, MSOM earned her master's degree in Oriental medicine from Meiji College of Oriental Medicine in Berkeley, California. She founded Balance Restored-Center for Integrative Medicine, blending traditional and modern medicine for optimal patient care. Susan's practice in women's reproductive medicine has a focus on infertility, which led her to intern with Dr. Lewis at The Fertile Soul Retreats. Following the internship, she became a member of Dr. Lewis' Clinical Excellence in Fertility Program. Susan will lead "The Fertile Soul" retreats in the Bay Area beginning in the summer of 2009. Richard Harris, PhD is a research investigator in the Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center at the University of Michigan. His background is in basic science and clinical research in alternative medicine. He received his BS degree in genetics from Purdue University in 1992 and his PhD in molecular and cellular biology from UC Berkeley in 1997. Dr. Harris completed a postdoctoral fellowship at NIH studying the rhythmic properties of neural cultures. He is a graduate of the Maryland Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is currently investigating mechanisms of acupuncture in the treatment of chronic pain. Dr. Shunfa Jiao, neurosurgeon, master TCM practitioner, and inventor of Jiao's Scalp Acupuncture, teaches and practices full time at Five Branches Institute. Dr. Jiao has been engaged in clinical practice and research in neurosurgery since 1960. He was the director of the Health Center of Yungcheng District and director of People's Hospital of Yungcheng District, located in Shanxi Province. In 1970, Professor Jiao successfully invented "Scalp Acupuncture." After discovering that scalp acupuncture could treat apoplexy and other brain diseases effectively, the technique soon spread worldwide, receiving the 1st class of the National Award of Excellence by the National Bureau of TCM. In 1982, the World Health Organization of the United Nations recognized Scalp Acupuncture as a significant invention from China and recommended its method for clinical applications.

Susan Johnson, LAc taught her first Tung's Points class in 1985. Since that time she has refined her teachings into the most comprehensive study series available to students and practitioners of Tung's Magic Points. Her seminar series includes supervised practice and special techniques. Susan has been practicing acupuncture since 1982. A graduate of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Susan practiced in San Francisco from 1983 through 1988, specializing in the treatment of HIV. She currently practices in Santa Cruz, California. Yong-Suk Kim, OMD, PhD received his doctoral degree in acupuncture and moxibustion from Kyung Hee University in 1997. He currently serves as chief of the Center of Brain & Neurological Diseases and Dysfunctions at Kangnam Korean Hospital. He is also vice president of the Korean Acupuncture and Moxibustion Society (KAMS), director of International Affairs of the Korean Oriental Medicine Society (KOMS), and teaches at Kyung Hee University's College of Oriental Medicine. Dr. Kim has worked as an advisor for the World Health Organization and has co-authored several books including Dental Anesthesia (Koonja Publishing, 2001), Acupuncture For Cancer (Euisungdang, 2002) and Acupuncture & Moxibustion (Jipmoondang, 2009). Tai Lahans, LAc, MEd, PhD has specialized in chronic viral disease and cancer for the past 23 years. She is the co-founder of two clinics in Seattle, each offering integrated services to people with chronic illness, and has taught at Bastyr University and the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine. Dr. Lahans has four years of clinical training in integrated oncology in China and two years of observational training in a conventional oncology group practice in Seattle. She is the author of Integrating Conventional and Chinese Medicine in Cancer Care from Elsevier Publishing. Randine Lewis, LAc, MSOM, PhD nearly completed her study in Western medicine before discovering the timeless wisdom of TCM. She then pursued a MS in Oriental medicine at the American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and interned at Dalian Hospital of traditional Chinese medicine in Dalian, China, before earning a PhD in alternative medicine from the Indian Board of Alternative Medicines in India. She is the author of two widely-acclaimed books, The Infertility Cure and The Way of the Fertile Soul and is the founder of The Fertile Soul, an Eastern medicine and fertility institute with a transformational retreat process for restoring fertility that treats body, mind, and spirit.

Steve Liu, LAc, BSEE practices with his acupuncturist wife in Tucson, Arizona. He is director of the HanLing Acupuncture Healing Center,Inc., Tucson, AZ, president emeritus of the Arizona Society of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture, Phoenix, AZ, president of the American Society for Laser Acupuncture Therapy, Tucson, AZ, president, LumaPoint Research, LLC. Tucson, AZ, and president of the North American Association for Laser Therapy. Deborah Lincoln RN, MSN, RAc, NCCAOM is president of the AAAOM and president emeritus of the Michigan Association of Oriental Medicine. In February, 2006, she saw a 20-year endeavor culminate in the passage of Michigan's first-ever acupuncture law. Deborah serves as chair of the Michigan State Acupuncture Board. She received her RN in Melbourne, Australia, and a master's in public health and in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in England. Deborah's extensive education in Western and Chinese medicine spans more than 39 years. She has been in private practice in acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and Oriental medicine for over 26 years in Lansing, Michigan. Vitaly Napadow, PhD, LAc is an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and an adjunct faculty at Logan College of Chiropractic. He received his master's degree from the New England School of Acupuncture and his PhD in biomedical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He practices acupuncture at Brigham & Women's Hospital Pain Management Center in Boston as well as in the department of radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital. His research interests focus on the processing of acupuncture by the brain and the mechanisms underlying acupuncture efficacy for various disease states including chronic pain and carpal tunnel syndrome. Leslie Oldershaw, LAc, MSTCM has studied health and nutrition for over 30 years. She earned her BS in 1987 from the University of California at Berkeley, and her master's degree in 1993 from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, with advanced training in women's health and fertility. She is nationally board certified in acupuncture (NCCAOM) and is licensed by the state of California. A prolific writer and enthusiastic teacher, Leslie maintains a private practice in Piedmont, California, and directs the program for acupuncture services at the East Bay Fertility Center in Dublin, California.

Karen Reynolds, MS, RN, LAc has 20 years advanced practice nursing in specialties including critical care, cardiovascular intensive care, trauma, continuous veno-venous hemofiltration (modified hemodialysis) and surgery. She blends the skills of her conventional training with her love of Oriental medicine and Chinese herbology. Her clinical experience with endocrine dysfunction fueled her passion for treatment of dysglycemia, fertility, and adrenal dysfunction using acupuncture, herbs, and neutraceuticals. Karen is a graduate of Meiji College of Oriental Medicine in Berkeley, CA, and is licensed in California, and carries national certification as a diplomat of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She is co-owner of Balance Restored Center for Integrative Medicine in Mill Valley, California. Caylie See, MS, LAc, FABORM specializes in integrative reproductive medicine, emphasizing both male and female fertility care. She is in private practice at Nest Integrative Health and Fertility and also works onsite at Pacific Fertility Center in San Francisco, CA. Caylie's undergraduate education includes classical Latin and Mandarin Chinese linguistics with a master's degree, Summa Cum Laude, from Emperor's College. Caylie completed her clinical studies at UCLA and Daniel Freeman Hospital. She currently balances her private practice with clinical research. Caylie is a member of ASRM and VP of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine. She has published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. Michael Taromina, JD has an extensive background representing and educating acupuncture and Oriental medicine practitioners, institutions, organizations and students. As legal counsel to the New York State Acupuncture Coalition (NYSAC), he has served an integral role in the drafting and lobbying effort to amend the New York State acupuncture statute. He is an alternate public member on AAAOM's Board of Directors and is also legal advisor to AAAOM's Herbal Medicine Committee, NCCAOM's Regulatory Affairs Task Force, TCM World Foundation, Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY) and Chinese Medical Science Foundation (CMSF). Michael earned his undergraduate degree from Fordham University and his JD from the City University of New York Law School.

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SCHeDULe

Pre-Conference Activities: Thursday, April 23, 2009: 8:00 AM ­ 11:00 PM local government and interested community leaders, and the public-at-large. Many efforts will be carried out in tandem. Interested practitioners will be asked to participate by offering participants acupuncture demonstrations for stress relief. We will also conduct informational presentations about AOM and invite legislative leaders to share expertise and insights on effective grass roots campaigning. Educational videos and fact sheets on AOM will additionally support the day's outreach efforts. The day-long Capitol event will conclude with a 4:30 ­ 6:30 PM reception in one of two Capitol Rotundas. Following the reception, attendees are invited to attend an "after party dinner" to celebrate and network ideas for our combined national political platform in the Obama administration. B1. SF Delegation Meeting 3:30 PM: FREE

AOM State Presidents (only) are invited to join members of the California Chinese Delegation for a hosted dinner in San Francisco. Participating state presidents will be taken round-trip by chartered bus. You'll be treated to a masterful view as you drive over the majestic Golden Gate Bridge at sunset to arrive at California's China Town. Experience the culture and hospitality of the AOM Chinese Community with a short visit at a prominent practice and herbal pharmacy to be followed by a sumptuous repast of Chinese culinary delights.

Thursday, April 23, 2009: 8:00 AM ­ 12 Noon Pre Conference Master's Workshop

4 CEUs/PDAs Pending

A. Saam Acupuncture (Korean Acupuncture), (Part I) - Yong-Suk Kim, OMD, PhD This workshop is an introduction to Korean Acupuncture, Saam Acupuncture. Saam acupuncture differs from the conventional approach. Similar to 5-element acupuncture, it treats and observes patients as holistic human beings with physical, emotional, and intellectual components. The course includes fundamental theories of Saam acupuncture, plus the history, theoretical principles, diagnosis and treatment procedures will be presented to practitioners who are new to Saam acupuncture. Part I is designed to teach the meaning, acupuncture point locations, stimulation procedure and indications of 12 meridians Jeong-Gyeok and Seung-Gyeok in meridian-by-meridian manner; Greater Yin and Bright Yang Meridians (Lung, Large intestine, Stomach and Spleen), Lesser Yin and Greater Yang Meridians (Heart, Small intestine, Bladder and Kidney), and Reverting Yin and Lesser Yang Meridians (Pericardium, Triple Energizer, Gall bladder, Liver.) B. Acupuncture Awareness Day: FREE 10:00 AM ­ 6:30 PM: - Hosted by Assemblyman Michael Eng - Co-Sponsors: California State Associations AIMS Action and CSOMA

8 PDAs pending

C. Saam Acupuncture: 1:30 ­ 5:30 PM

4 CEUs/PDAs Pending

Saam Acupuncture (Korean Acupuncture), (Part II) - Yong-Suk Kim, OMD, PhD Saam acupuncture, which is one of the traditional acupuncture techniques, has been commonly applied in Korean clinical practice. The strength of Saam acupuncture is its holistic and meridian-based approach. This part will briefly review the conventional acupuncture and demonstrate clinical applications of Saam acupuncture in a number of important clinical conditions: eye & ENT, skin problems (dry and/or red eye, allergic rhinitis, tinnitus, atopic dermatitis, etc); women's health problems (menstrual problems, infertility, postmenopausal syndrome, etc); and neurological disorders and dysfunctions (headache, dizziness, tremor, depression, etc). Treatment approaches will be shared citing short case examples. Techniques for Korean-style facial rejuvenation acupuncture will be explored as well. This workshop will provide attendees with the confidence to use Saam acupuncture in your clinical setting.

Through the sponsorship of Assemblyman Michael Eng, we invite you to join us for Acupuncture Awareness Day at the State Capitol. As an all day event, the agenda will offer a unique educational experience for all attendees. Serving far beyond the needs of California practitioners, this day offers a blueprint on conducting public awareness campaigns in your own state capitals and communities. This is a grassroots effort designed to reach out to legislators (and through them, to their constituencies), legislative staff, state agencies,

7:00 PM ­ 10:00 PM ­ Acupuncture Awareness Day "After Hours" Dinner Location to be announced Requires purchase of Dinner Ticket Friday, April 24, 2009: 7:00 AM ­ 12 Noon 7:00 AM ­ 8:00 AM E. Exercise Qi-Gong in Capitol Park Speaker: To be Announced

1 CEU/PDA pending

trials, which may help Chinese herbal medicine move toward an evidence-based practice. The knowledge gained helps us to facilitate communication with Western medical practitioners and further integrate our medicines while also expanding patient care. 1:00 PM ­ 2:00 PM National Affairs Update

In lieu of a General Session at this year's event, the AAAOM cordially invites all conference participants to attend a FREE National Affairs update, immediately following Friday's 12 Noon luncheon, from 1:00 PM. Parameter seating will be added to accommodate those not joining Expo's regularly scheduled luncheon. Reports of AOM in the Obama Administration will be provided equal to updates on scope of practice and herbal access retention.

Breathe in the fragrance of the pungent spring air as our morning qi gong provides the tools for selfcultivation of qi to replenish your internal life force, allowing you to create and sustain lifelong optimum health for you and your patients. Friday, April 24, 2009: 8:00 AM ­ 12 Noon

4 CEUs/PDAs Pending

Friday, April 24, 2009: 2:00 PM ­ 6:00 PM

4 CEUs/PDAs Pending

G. The Role of Chinese Herbal Research in Integrative Clinical Practice - Misha Ruth Cohen, OMD, LAc - Caylie See, MS, LAc, FABORM This workshop will train Asian medicine practitioners in the practical steps used for participation in Chinese herbal research. Research methods to be discussed include systematic reviews, meta-analysis, and clinical

I. The Essence of Essence: From Abstract Concept to Clinical Consideration in Infertility - David A. Bray, CMD, DAc, DiplCH (NCCAOM) This workshop focuses on teaching and elaborating the methodology that transforms an abstract concept into a concrete clinical reality to create more successful clinical outcomes. Approximately 70% of women attempting to conceive are classified as "unexplained" etiology, as all measurable parameters are considered to be within normal limits. By employing the clinical strategy of Jing-based treatment, we may realistically and effectively increase their reproductive potential and achieve greater clinical results and favorable outcomes.

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F. An Integrated Approach: The Treatment of PTSD with Acupuncture in Post-Deployment Soldiers - Joe C. Chang, MAOM, DiplOM, LAc The treatment framework at the Ft. Bliss Restoration & Resilience Center- William Beaumont Army Medical Center focuses on an integrative approach that includes several different modalities and disciplines to treat the individual as a whole. This integrative approach treats many of the symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) not addressed through the standard treatment protocol that include cognitive-behavioral therapy and pharmacotherapy. The workshop will include discussions on cluster symptoms of PTSD, PTSD physiological assumptions, pathophysiology of PTSD, neurobiology of PTSD, differentiation of syndromes with acupoints, TCM etiology and pathology, TCM pathogenesis, auriculotherapy with electroacupuncture, acupuncture treatment protocols, the treatment framework at the Ft. Bliss Restoration & Resilience Center, current research in military acupuncture, and case studies.

H. NeuroImaging in Acupuncture Research - Richard Harris, PhD - Vitaly Napadow, PhD, LAc When acupuncture was introduced to the West, it was oversold by some as a panacea for all of humankind's ills. While it may not benefit every ailment, it does greatly help or cure some of them. An interesting parallel is drawn with neuroimaging. While this technology sheds light on how we process multiple stimuli, popular news stories about it threaten to oversell neuroimaging, thus producing a similar backlash. The workshop will introduce neuroanatomy, the major brain imaging modalities (e.g., fMRI, PET, MR spectroscopy), and describe how imaging data is managed and analyzed. Participants will review and critique interesting acupuncture neuroimaging studies. Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to read the neuroimaging literature more critically and understand what this technology can and cannot reveal about acupuncture mechanisms.

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Friday , April 24, 2009: 7:00 PM ­ 10:00 PM J. AAAOM Annual General Meeting: FREE

(Members Only ­ 3 PDAs Pending)

The Board of Directors welcomes AAAOM members (only) to its Annual General Meeting. Your conference badges are color-coded to flag AAAOM members for entry into this meeting. If not yet a member, you may join the AAAOM until noon on Friday, April 24, 2009, to gain meeting access (onsite entry ID provided). The growth of the AAAOM, post reunification, has been tremendous. The annual meeting will highlight the operational and professional milestones reached. Note: Student members are encouraged to attend the AAAOM Annual Meeting as it broadens awareness of the depth and breadth of activities performed by the board on behalf of the profession and, at the same time,"sets the stage" for Student Caucus to follow immediately. (Reference "N" Below). 3 PDAs Pending.

L. Lab Testing and Hormonal Assessment for Fertility and Reproductive Health (Part I of IV) - Leslie Oldershaw, LAc, MSTCM Acupuncture has gained mainstream recognition for its support of fertility. Understanding the Western laboratory assessment of the fertility patient gives the practitioner a broader perspective from which to assess and manage such cases. This workshop provides an overview of the Western lab tests used to screen and assess fertility patients and is designed to improve skills in case management strategies, including understanding what and when to test, how to assess, and when to refer. Appropriate for practitioners of all skill levels, the goal of this workshop is to advance expertise concerning integration of Eastern and Western medicine for the fertility patient. M. Master Tung's Magic Points for Integrative Medicine - Susan Johnson, LAc The immediate and amazingly effective Points of Master Tung are easily learned and, in most instances, have lasting results. In this class, Susan will carefully and precisely convey the location and use of some of her favorite treatment points as they integrate in the clinical setting with other treatment modalities. Some special highlights will include treatment for herpes in the eye, rheumatoid arthritis, and some basic cancer protocols. The points speak for themselves. Pure and simple, practitioners can expect to take home some wonderful new tools to enhance outcomes by integrating Master Tung's magic points within the context of clinical practice. N. Student Caucus: FREE An AAAOM tradition, we are again offering the Student Caucus conference enrollment package. The student caucus is a forum for students to discuss and share their opinions on pressing national matters, thereby having a voice as a AAAOM constituent. Student officers from all regions of the AAAOM-SO will be identified at the caucus. We'll also explore the breadth of AAAOM-SO and AAAOM activities in progress, covering myriads of issues on the state and national front as well as the importance of student advocacy. Students will be allowed to enroll for the entirety of the conference for the subsidized rate of $75. (Again this year, this rate includes our Thursday Pre-Conference sessions, but does not include lunches and the annual banquet.) To receive this rate, students must be AAAOM-SO members in good standing and attend the Student Caucus.

Saturday , April 24, 2009: 7:00 AM ­ 12 Noon 7:00 AM ­ 8:00 AM K. Exercise Qi-Gong in Capitol Park - Speaker: To be Announced

1 CEU/PDA pending

Breathe in the fragrance of the pungent spring air as our morning qi gong provides the tools for self-cultivation of qi to replenish your internal life force, allowing you to create and sustain lifelong optimum health for you and your patients. Saturday, April 25, 2009: 8:00 AM ­ 12 Noon

4 CEUs/PDAs Pending

East meets West - Integrative Care for the Fertility Patient represents a 4-part workshop in fertility, offering a total of 16 CEUs/PDAs (pending). Addressing fertility through AOM has become a burgeoning component of many practices today. In treating patients for fertility issues there is a distinct bridge that must integrate Western medicine, before and during pregnancy. We are pleased to offer four integrated workshops on fertility, where the speakers not only work together professionally, but where they have joined together (Workshops L, O, S and U) to bring the synergy of their integrative practice to our community.

Saturday, April 25, 2009: 2:00 PM ­ 6:00 PM

4 CEUs/PDAs Pending

O. Hormone Regulation and Reproductive Health: Understanding the Biochemistry of How to Manage the Fertility Patient through Nutrition and Herbal Support (Part II of IV) - Karen Reynolds, MS, RN, LAc Fertility challenges have been steadily rising and will likely continue to do so as a result of multifaceted societal, physical, and environmental conditions. This workshop explores the complex biochemistry lab of the body as it impacts reproductive health. Topics include: impairment of liver biotransformation, gastrointestinal inflammatory processes, thyroid dysfunction, and adrenal stress syndrome. Signs and symptoms germane to common presentations will be discussed, as well as guidelines for optimizing nutrition, supplementation, limiting environmental exposure, and ultimately the support of the reproductive system with Oriental medicine. P. An Integrative Approach to Cure Chronic Soft Tissue Injury - Steve Liu, LAc, MSEE This lecture/workshop will explain the three stages of soft tissue healing and demonstrate a unique integrated approach that includes osteopathic cross-fiber massage, electro-acupuncture, farinfrared heat, and low-level laser therapy to cure chronic soft tissue injuries. Saturday, April 25, 2009: 7:00 PM ­ Midnight

1 CEU/PDA Pending

a "second life" will emerge when musicians from our AOM community perform onstage - live. This is a "can't miss" evening, where even the price cannot be beat ­ the after banquet dance is free, so we recommend you place us on your "dance card"... now!

Sunday, April 26, 2009: 7:00 AM ­ 12 Noon 7:00 AM ­ 8:00 AM R. Exercise Qi-Gong in Capitol Park

1 CEU/PDA pending

Breathe in the fragrance of the pungent spring air as our morning qi gong provides the tools for selfcultivation of qi to replenish your internal life force, allowing you to create and sustain lifelong optimum health for you and your patients. Sunday, April 26, 2009: 8:00 AM ­ 12 Noon

4 CEUs/PDAs Pending

Q. Annual Banquet - Keynote Speaker: Michael Taromina, JD, AAAOM Board Member Don your finery and join us for a night of celebration, friendship and downright fun! Dinner guests will be welcomed by a gracious receiving line of recently elected/installed Board of Directors and California hosts as you rendezvous in anticipation of a delectable four-course dinner. This will be followed by a short keynote presentation, Empowering Change: One Medicine ­ One Voice, that is guaranteed to inspire AOM's accelerating national presence equal to the growth of a strong and vital nation of states that comprise the whole of our acupuncture community. After dinner, the hot rhythms of music will permeate, and the doors will swing wide to welcome all of our AOM community to join in the night's festivities. Dancing is a unifying language where diversity "becomes one" with the pulsating beat of good music, good company, and good fun! On the playbill,

T. Integrating Conventional and Chinese Medicine in Colorectal Cancer Treatment - Tai Lahans, LAc, MEd, PhD This class will cover the epidemiology, conventional treatment of colorectal cancer (CRC), and integration of the concepts of Chinese medicine into the analysis and treatment of CRC. A case study will be used to explain and illustrate how Chinese herbal medicine is utilized to improve quality of life and outcomes for a patient with Duke's C adenocarcinoma.

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S. An Overview of the Western Fertility Clinic: What Should Patients Expect When "Expecting" (Part III of IV) - Marcelle Cedars, MD This workshop will focus on determining when the acupuncturist should refer their patient to a reproductive endocrinologist. From the perspective of those acupuncturists who focus on an integrative fertility practice, Dr. Cedars will identify the newest innovations offered to fertility patients, to include infertility treatments and outcomes, chances of pregnancy, ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination (IUI)/In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF, medications in current use for IVF cycles and their mechanisms of action and side effects). Also discussed will be Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), newest assisted reproductive techniques, Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD), where the goal is to transfer genetically healthy embryos, as well as Oocyte freezing. Attendees will leave this workshop with a grounded understanding of the role and function of the endocrinologist within your fertility practice.

AAAOM exPO 2009 TRANSITIONS IN AOM

U. Scalp Acupuncture (Part I of II) - Dr. Shunfa Jiao, Neurosurgeon, Master TCM Practitioner - Christine Chang, DAOM, LAc, DiplOM (This workshop is simultaneously translated from Chinese to English) This workshop will teach attendees to treat patients with neuromuscular diseases. Specifically you will learn to recognize red flags, to make necessary referrals, and to perform scalp acupuncture treatment for patients with aphasia, paralysis, and other poststroke complications. Sunday, April 26, 2009: 2:00 PM ­ 6:00 PM

4 CEUs/PDAs Pending

W. An Integrative Approach to the Care of the Patient with Gastric Cancer - Nan Cameron, MSN, RN, LAc This lecture provides the practitioner with an understanding of gastric cancer from both a Western medicine and TCM perspective. Oriental medicine practitioners can significantly impact the management of symptoms related to the cancer itself and the side effects that result from treatment-related strategies such as surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation. You will have the information you need to treat the patient with gastric cancer and to effectively communicate with your patient's allopathic treatment team. X. Scalp Acupuncture (Part II of II) - Dr. Shunfa Jiao, Neurosurgeon, Master TCM Practitioner - Christine Chang, DAOM, LAc, DiplOM (This workshop is simultaneously translated from Chinese to English.) This workshop will teach attendees to treat patients with neuromuscular diseases. Specifically you will learn to recognize red flags, make necessary referrals and to perform scalp acupuncture treatment for patients with aphasia, paralysis, and other post-stroke complications. Sunday, April 26, 2000 ­ 6:00 PM: "The Sun Sets" and Expo 2009 Adjourns! -Thank You for Attending ­ See you again at Expo 2010 ­ April 8-11, 2010 Albuquerque, NM, Tamaya Resort

V. The Heart of the Matter - Addressing Spirit, Mind and Body with Fertility Challenges - (Part IV of IV) - Randine Lewis, PhD, LAc - Susan Fox, LAc An infertility diagnosis is devastating for a woman and her partner. Our treatment rooms can become a sanctuary for patients to share their fears, anger, frustrations, worries, and grief as we serve as their sounding boards and coaches. We can support their journey, moving from diagnostic exams, lab reports, and negative labels toward greater awareness of their body, mind, and spirit balance. These represent a healing model that better supports their return to wholeness and their dream to create a family. The workshop will cover holding the space for emotional suffering ("crisis point" as opportunity for alchemical healing), meditation and guided imagery, qi gong and breath-work, anatomy (e.g., enervation of/circulation to pelvic organs, the endocrine connection, adrenal/cortisol effect), and the Five Element model for reproductive health.

GeNeRAL INFORMATION

Air Transportation: AAAOM Travel @ www.aaaomonline.org Registration Information Overnight Room Registrations: The conference attendees receive the reduced contractual rate of $174 per night, single or double occupancy (plus applicable state and local taxes.) For reservations, please register online at www.aaaomonline.org. Conference Registrations: Early Bird Registration Discounts Expires: March 13, 2009. Early Bird registrations must be postmarked, or faxed with a credit card payment by March 13, 2009. Please use one form for each registrant; copy a blank form for additional registrants. Please print clearly or type. Fax your registration to 916-443-4766, mail to the address listed below or register online at www. aaaomonline.org. For more information, call toll free 866-455-7999, or 916-443-4770. AAAOM Member Registration Discounts are available for all current members in good standing. New members must prepay annual membership to qualify. To join or verify your membership status, call AAAOM at 866-455-7999. AAAOM Cancellation Policy requires notification two weeks prior to the event, or a $35 processing fee will be charged. After April 1, 2009, no cancellations for registrations already on file will be processed. Workshop Registration Policy: Full-Day registrations include breaks and a luncheon, BUT ONLY IF PRE-REGISTERED. Lunch availability for walk-in registrants is on an "as available" basis ONLY. Pre-conference sell-out of luncheons is likely. If no luncheon tickets remain, discounts off conference fees do not apply. Banquet tickets are a gratuity for Full Admission--Fri-Sun or all four days--thus reductions in conference fees will not apply, nor will the AAAOM provide refunds for unused banquet tickets that are included for Full Admission attendees. Early Bird Discount expires March 13, 2009. Mailing Address: AAAOM PO Box 162340 Sacramento, CA 95816 Tel: 916-443-4770 Fax: 916-443-4776 www.aaaomonline.org Continuing Education Units Pending: LAc CEUs, NCCAOM and other national and state approvals pending; for up to 36 contact hours for LAcs attending the full conference. AAAOM CAB CEU Provider No: 014, NCCAOM ACHB 426. Texas CEUs will be processed. Obtaining CEUs: To obtain CEUs in any given course; YOU MUST SIGN IN AT THE BEGINNING OF THE COURSE, SIGN OUT AT THE END AND RETURN YOUR INSTRUCTOR EVALUATION FORM TO RECEIVE YOUR CEUs. No partial credit is given for late arrivals or early departures. The Capitol Hyatt Regency Ballroom: 61 exhibitors will display technologies, products, education tools, and services designed to make your job easier and your patients healthier. Exhibit Hall Hours and Attendee Breaks are listed above. Morning and afternoon breaks will be provided as well as a luncheon for attendees pre-purchasing each full-day attendance. (Friday-Sunday). Other Scheduled Events and Meetings at the AAAOM Expo (Sacramento Hyatt):: · Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) · Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (CCAOM) · The Federation of Acupuncture and Oriental Medical Regulatory Agencies (FAOMRA) · Suppliers Advisory Committee (SAC)

$75 Student Registration! This year each student attendee will receive the CD conference binder. (Students must provide, at time of registration, a copy of a valid student ID.) Those registering for the $75 rate must be an AAAOM Student Member to receive Student Rates, register for and attend the Student Caucus on Saturday, April 25, 2009. (Registration includes the Thursday pre-conference workshop, but excludes lunches, the banquet and overnight lodging.)

AAAOM exPO 2009 TRANSITIONS IN AOM

CONFeReNCe SCHeDULe

Early Bird Conference & Hotel Registration Discount Cut-off Date: March 13, 2009 Check One Only In Each Time Slot Thursday, April 23 7:00 AM: Registration Opens Friday, April 24 7:00 AM: Registration Opens 7:00 AM ­ 8:00 AM

1 CEUs Pending o E. Qi-Gong Exercise Free

Saturday, April 25 6:30 AM: Registration Opens 7:00 AM ­ 8:00 AM

1 CEUs Pending o K. Qi-Gong Exercise Free

Sunday, April 26 6:30 AM: Registration Opens 7:00 AM ­ 8:00 AM

1 CEUs Pending o R. Qi-Gong Exercise Free

8:00 AM ­ 12 Noon

Max CEUs Pending: 4 o A. Saam Acu, Pt I

8:00 AM ­ 12 Noon

Max CEUs Pending: 4 o F. PTSD Treatment with

8:00 AM ­ 12 Noon

Max CEUs Pending: 4 o L. Lab & Hormonal

8:00 AM ­ 12 Noon

Max CEUs Pending: 4 o S. Western Clinics and

10:00 AM ­ 6:30 PM o B. Acupuncture Awareness Day Free

8 PDAs Pending

Acupuncture

o G. Chinese Herbal Research in Integrative Medicine

Assessment for Fertility

o M. Master Tung's Magic Points o N. Student Caucus No CEUs /PDAs

TCM Fertility Patients

o T. TCM for Colorectal Cancer Treatment o U. Scalp Acu (Part I of II)

12 Noon ­ 1:30 PM No-Host Luncheon 3:30 PM o B1. SF Delegation Meeting Free

Must be a State AOM President to attend this free session

12 Noon ­ 2:00 PM Luncheon 1:00 PM ­ 2:00 PM National Affairs Update

(see below)

12 Noon ­ 2:00 PM Luncheon 2:00 PM ­ 6:00 PM

Max CEUs Pending: 4 o O. Hormonal Regulation

12 Noon ­2:00 PM Luncheon 2:00 PM ­ 6:00 PM

Max CEUs Pending: 4 o V. Heart of the Matter in

2:00 PM ­ 6:00 PM

Max CEUs Pending: 4 o H. NeuroImaging in

and Fertility

o P. Integrative ApproachChronic Soft Tissue

Fertility Challenges

o W. TCM and Western Medicine for Gastric Cancer o X. Scalp Acu (Part II of II)

1:30 PM ­ 5:30 PM

Max CEUs Pending: 4 o C. Saam Acu, Pt II

Acupuncture Research

o I. Essence of Essence

7:00 PM ­ 10:00 PM "After Hours Dinner"

No CEUs /PDAs o D. Acupuncture

7:00 PM ­ 10:00 PM o J. AAAOM Annual Meeting (Members Only)

3 PDAs Pending

7:00 PM ­ Midnight o Q. Annual Banquet

Keynote: Michael Taromina 1 CEU / PDA Pending Scrumptious Food Live Music ­ Dancing Party Hearty

"The Sun Sets" and Expo 2009 Adjourns! Thank You for Attending!

See you in Albuquerque, NM at Expo 2010 April 8-11, 2010

Awareness Day ­ "After Hours Dinner"

Total Pending CEUs/PDAs: 8

Total Pending CEUs/PDAs: 12

Total Pending CEUs/PDAs: 11

Total Pending CEUs/PDAs: 9

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM - National Affairs Update: In lieu of a General Session at this year's event, the AAAOM cordially invites all conference participants to attend a FREE National Affairs update, immediately following Friday's 12 Noon luncheon, from 1:00 PM. Parameter seating will be added to accommodate those not joining Expo's regularly scheduled luncheon. Reports of AOM in the Obama Administration will be provided equal to updates on scope of practice and herbal access retention.

To Receive CEUs-PDA's, Attendees Full Conference Total Pending CEUs/PDAs: 40 MUST sign-in and sign-out of each workshop attended Peak Exhibitor Hours Hyatt Regency Ballroom and Foyer Morning Break: 9:30 ­ 10:30 AM Luncheon: 12 PM ­ 2:00 PM Afternoon Break: 3:30-4:30 PM After Hours: 6:00 ­ 6:30 PM

Changes in this schedule will be noted in the Conference Binder

CONFeReNCe ReGISTRATION

Early-Bird Pricing ­ Available through March 13, 2009 Thur Any Any Fri-SatSun Apr 23 Half Full Day: Day: April Fri, Sat, Fri, 24-26 Become a Member Pre-Con or Sun Sat or Any A&C Today and Save! Sun 2 Days Only EB: Member Regular: Member EB Non-Member RegularNon-Member $175 $250 $250 $325 $75 $110 $100 $150 $150 $225 $175 $250 $290 $340 $340 $415 Thur-Sun Fri - Sun April 24-26 April 23-26 Full 3 Days Conf. (Includes (Includes Banquet) Banquet) $425 $500 $500 $575 $525 $600 $575 $650 $80 $37.50 $30

Additional AddBanquet itional Tickets Lunches $75 $30

Hardbound Conf. Binder $20 $25 $25

Early Bird: By March 13, 2009 Regular: After March 13, 2009 Note: Full-Day Registrations include Breaks and a Luncheon, IF PRE-REGISTERED. Lunch availability for walk-in registrants is on an "as available" basis ONLY. Pre-conference sell-out of luncheons is likely. If no luncheon tickets remain, discounts off-conference fees are not provided. Luncheons are a gratuity to pre-registered attendees. Banquet tickets are a gratuity for Full Admission or Friday-Sunday Registrants, thus fee reductions in conference rates will not apply. We are offering a very popular $75 Student Registration! This year each student attendee will receive the CD conference binder. This rate shall include our pre-conference Master's Workshop, Parts I and II on Saam Acupuncture taught by Young-Suk Kim, OMD, PhD on April 23, 2009, or participation in Acupuncture Awareness Day at the State Capitol. (Students must provide, at time of registration, a copy of a valid student ID.) Those registering for the $75 rate must be an AAAOM Student Member to receive Student Rates, register for and attend the Student Caucus on Saturday, April 25, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. (Registration excludes food and overnight lodging.) AAAOM Membership: Take advantage of discounted member registration fees by JOINING AAAOM TODAY! Call our Toll Free number at 866-455-7999 for membership enrollment. New members must pay for at least one year of membership to qualify. See the AAAOM Website www.aaaomonline.org for other AAAOM 2009 promotional membership offerings.

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