San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 30, 2013
MassageSchoolSanDiego.com recently learned of UC San Diego’s effort to educate healthcare providers and the general public on integrative oncology. Integrative medicine combines conventional science-based medicine with alternative therapies. Those attending the Integrative Oncology Conference will learn how dietary, lifestyle, and environmental factors can impact and reduce the “drivers of cancer.”
Massage School San Diego knows that many patients who fight cancer turn to alternative medicine to manage symptoms and side effects. Students who attend massage therapy schools may have already learned that massage and touch therapy can help ease some of the side effects of cancer and the traditional science-based treatments involved.
Other topics addressed during the conference will include physical activity, meditation, yoga, acupuncture, biofeedback, herbs, and integrative psychiatry. Nutrition will be discussed as well, as it is a key factor in preventing cancer and keeping patients healthy. Eating raw food snacks, for example, can help people fit more essential nutrients in their diets from vegetables and fruits.
The conference will provide new information to anyone who has been personally affected by cancer along with those who work in the field. Participants will learn about the concept of integrative oncology, including the research behind it and the tools to create wellness plans. The conference will be held April 6-7, 2013 at the UC San Diego campus in La Jolla. Discounted registration and scholarships are available.
Massage School San Diego recommends UCSD’s Integrative Oncology Conference to healthcare providers as well as people whose lives have been impacted by cancer in any way. Learning about integrative treatments like massage and acupuncture might help patients find a way to alleviate side effects and symptoms.
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