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Mind, Body and Medicine: Expanding Your Diagnostic and Therapeutic Base
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The objectives of this meeting is are: 1) To Introduce doctors and practitioners to an expanded paradigm for medical practice; 2) Demonstration of specific modalities not ordinarily used in office practice; 3) To assist doctors in better understanding how to move forward to create viable fee for service practice model; and 4) To answer questions about the practice of complementary and alternative medicine

When: March 16, 2016
7 PM
Where: Abigael's on Boradway
1407 Broadway
New York, New York  10018
United States
Contact: Max Langhurst

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Why Attend
In the 21st Century people are looking for solutions beyond pharmaceutical prescriptions. People want to be healed and not perpetually medicated. Many doctors are still relying on a medical paradigm which restricts their thinking, methods of inquiry, and ability to address the needs of clients who are turning to other types of practitioners. Other more ancient cultural paradigms of health and disease have been invigorated by an expanded understanding of the mind/body that merges biochemistry with biophysics. At this dinner I will introduce an expanded paradigm that I have used successfully in a fee for service office practice for thirty years. We will take another look at biomechanics, biochemistry, bioenergetics, and Consciousness, as it relates to the practice of medicine; in particular looking at crossing the divide between biochemistry and bio energetics.

There will be a demonstration of pranic healing as well as looking at other tools for biochemical assessment and treatment.

Presented by

Dr. Kamau Kokayi, M.D.


Dr. Kokayi is a Yale trained physician and family practitioner, who has practiced Integrative medicine for the past thirty years. His practice is currently in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, where he also runs a not for profit, The Global Healing Network. He was the creator and host of the Global Medicine Review, featured on WBAI for eleven years. He was the producer of two films, including Return, a film on traditional African medicine. He is the past medical director of several holistic centers in New York, including a stem cell facility in Manhattan. He is an herbalist, an acupuncturist, currently on the NY State acupuncture board, a practitioner of classical homeopathy, trained both in the US an abroad, an applied kinesiologist, and a bio energetic practitioner. He loves the work that he does

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