Alternative Medicine Monthly Seminar

ICAMICAM Monthly Seminar – Integrated Complementary Alternative Medicine
Third
Tuesday of each month,    from 7 – 8:30 PM at Amarillo UU Fellowship, 4901 Cornell St.
Open to the Public–Free  Admission

June 20.  This month’s seminar topic is OXYGEN: What No One Tells You About! In this month’s seminar, we will discuss oxygen; why our body needs it, where does our body get it from, what it does in our body, and what happens if the body doesn’t get an adequate amount of oxygen.

This monthly seminar focuses on alternative health and wellness, and is led by Rolf Habersang, MD, Medical Director of the ICAM Institute of Amarillo, and Pia Habersang, EdD, CNS, MSN, APRN of the Pediatric Wellness Center of Amarillo

Dr. Rolf Habersang’s experience in Medicine and Healthcare spans over four decades. With initially a focus in General Pediatrics and Intensive Care for over 30 years, he then followed many of the children with special health care needs as a professor with Texas Tech Medical School. Because of his passion for helping individuals, children and adults to optimize their wellbeing, he expanded his knowledge through continued training in Biological Medicine and Functional and now practices a holistic approach to health care based on the principles of Biological / Functional Medicine and Homeopathy. His “mantra” is “YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT and THINK.”  Dr. Habersang provides consults to patients who have a variety of issues, though not in the context of primary care.

Pia Habersang is the primary provider of the Pediatric Wellness Center of Amarillo has over 35 years experience in various roles/positions in the healthcare system. For twenty of those years she has provided primary care as a Nurse Practitioner to children with various health care needs (Pedi Providers/Texas Tech Health Science Center). Her educational background of a Masters in Science of Nursing (WTSU 1986) allows her to continue to practice as an advanced practicing nurse (APRN/NP) which includes a strong focus on family dynamics.

Her Doctorate in Child and Youth Studies (Nova Southeastern University 1995) prepared her to apply the knowledge of early childhood development as well as developmental milestones throughout adolescence into primary care. The Certificate in Biological Medicine (Marion Institute of Biological Medicine 2002) prepared her for all facets of wellness care, including the care of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder with a focus in Biological treatment modalities.

ICAM Seminar Information:  806-468-4616 or website.

Note: AUUF is only allowing this event to be held at our facility. AUUF is not responsible for the event or its content.