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Well. Well. Well.


A clinic that takes alternative & traditional medicine - and you, seriously.


Imagine an entire group of independent health care practitioners. Alternative and traditional.


All experienced and fully


certified or licensed. And all dedicated to unique ideas. That you should par- ticipate in your own health care, for instance. That your first line options shouldn’t be harsh, but subtle and qui- et, encouraging your body to heal itself. Yet where traditional medical prescrip- tions and treatment should still be avail- able if your conditions require them. Congratulations.


You’ve just envisioned the idea behind the Center for Complementary Medicine.


Classical Homeopathy * Myofascial Release * Massage Therapy * Medically Supervised Metal Detox Program * CranioSacral * Lymphatic Drainage * Polarity & Reiki * Comprehensive Diagnostic & Nutritional Testing * Stress Relief * *Nutritional Evaluation & Counseling * Depression * Anxiety * Menopause & Osteoporosis Treatment * Women’s Health * Trauma * Chronic Pain Thera- py* Intravenous & Oral Chelation Thera- pies * Natural Bio-Identical Hormones Replacement * Intavenous Micro-Nutri- ent Therapy * Individual, Couple, Family & Group Psychotherapy * Weight Man- agement * First Line Therapy Lifestyle Program * Guided


Imagery & EMDR Hypnosis


The Center for Complementary Medicine


A Group of Independent Practitioners 7300 Blanco Road, Suite 503 San Antonio, Texas 78216


(210) 733-0990 6


www.complemed.net Natural Awakenings San Antonio


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2014 San Antonio Nutrition Summit – March 18 at the SA Food Bank A


ll residents living in the greater San Antonio area could benefit from better nutrition, better eating habits and more water consumption. How to do that will be the focus of the 2014 San Antonio Nutrition Summit, hosted by the Mayor’s Fitness Council and sponsored by the San Antonio Food Bank. The event, which is free and targets health educators (school and clinical professionals, dieticians, etc.), takes place Tuesday, March 18 from 7:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the San Antonio Food Bank Event Space. Summit participants will focus on local dietary habits and behaviors and have the opportunity to hear keynote speaker Dr. Julie La Barba from the UT Health Science Center’s Department of Pediatrics.


The nutrition summit is free, but registration is required and space is limited. Register by March 4 for complementary breakfast and lunch. For event information, or for more information about the Mayor’s Fitness Council, visit www.fitcitysa.com or call 210-207-5377.


San Antonio Celebrates Earth Day on April 12 at Woodlawn Lake


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oodlawn Lake will be the “green” place to be on Saturday, April 12, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., as the community gathers to celebrate Earth Day. The event will feature entertainment stages,


food (healthy and vegetarian) and beverage booths, tree-planting demonstrations, a 5K run, and workshops and seminars demonstrating various energy and conservation ideas and techniques. The Earth Day celebration is part of the Fiesta San Antonio 2014 smorgasbord of events and activities and is sponsored by the City of San Antonio.


Woodlawn Lake is located at 1103 Cincinnati Ave. The 5K event begins at 8 a.m. at Woodlawn Lake Park. For more information, visit www.sanantonio.gov.


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