Ask the Expert - Beth Grubb, Licensed Acupuncturist

We are introducing our new "Ask the Expert" series.
The series will be an hour where you can come in as a group and ask questions of an expert,
or set an appointment time to spend 10 minutes with an expert and ask your questions. 
These formats will vary.
Dr. Adam Spector discusses Plantar Faciitis
Rachel Miller, PT discusses Running Injury Clinic
Dr. Alec Anders discusses Knee Pain

NEXT EVENT

Ask the Expert; Beth Grubb, Licensed Acupuncturist

Tuesday, May 22nd at 06:30 PM

Fleet Feet Gaithersburg welcomes Beth Grubb to our Ask the Expert series.  Beth is a licensed Acupuncturist with locations in Germantown and Laurel.  She will be giving a brief overview of the benefits of acupuncture, followed by a Q&A.  Below is additional information from her website; www.bethgrubb.com

  Acupuncture is the oldest continuously practiced medical system in the world and is used by one third of the world's population as a primary health care system. It is likely that more people have been treated by Chinese medicine throughout history than by any other formalized system of medicine. Because of its relatively low cost and its noninvasive nature, acupuncture has become a highly popular form of complementary health care in the United States. The World Health Organization (WHO) has endorsed acupuncture treatment for over 40 conditions, including stress, digestive disorders, depression, allergies, sleeping disorders, addictions, headaches and menstrual disorders.

255 Kentlands Blvd.
Gaithersburg, MD 20878






EVENT SCHEDULE


DAY 1 Ask the Expert; Beth Grubb, Licensed Acupuncturist

Tuesday, May 22nd 6:30pm

Fleet Feet Gaithersburg welcomes Beth Grubb to our Ask the Expert series.  Beth is a licensed Acupuncturist with locations in Germantown and Laurel.  She will be giving a brief overview of the benefits of acupuncture, followed by a Q&A.  Below is additional information from her website; www.bethgrubb.com

  Acupuncture is the oldest continuously practiced medical system in the world and is used by one third of the world's population as a primary health care system. It is likely that more people have been treated by Chinese medicine throughout history than by any other formalized system of medicine. Because of its relatively low cost and its noninvasive nature, acupuncture has become a highly popular form of complementary health care in the United States. The World Health Organization (WHO) has endorsed acupuncture treatment for over 40 conditions, including stress, digestive disorders, depression, allergies, sleeping disorders, addictions, headaches and menstrual disorders.

When 6:30pm
Where 255 Kentlands Blvd.
Gaithersburg, MD 20878



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