Please join the Breast Cancer Network of WNY and Dr. Juliana Marciniak for a free educational seminar on Breast Cancer and Chiropractic Care. The seminar is designed specifically for breast cancer patients and survivors and will take place Wednesday, January 10 at the Pivers Center located in the Seton Professional Building next to Sisters Hospital.
Learn about chiropractic care and how it is one of the forms of complementary care used by breast cancer patients and survivors. Reduced stress, relief from pain, improved quality of life, are all benefits of chiropractic therapy. Breastcancer.org lists chiropractic care as one of it’s most popular form of complementary care for those living in the aftermath of a breast cancer diagnosis.
Dr. Juliana Marciniak, DC earned her Bachelors of Science Degree in Sports Medicine and Exercise Science from Canisius College (graduated cum laude in 2008) and went on to earn her Doctorate of Chiropractic from D’Youville College (graduated in 2012). Dr. Marciniak is certified in CAATE, SpiderTech kinesiology taping, as well as various forms of available adjusting techniques. She continues to regularly attend continuing education seminars in order to keep current with the continuously evolving profession of chiropractic. Dr. Marciniak, owner of Peal Performance Chiropractic, has successfully treated many breast cancer survivors and is well educated in chiropractic complementary care and therapies.
This seminar is being held in the conference room of the Pivers Center in the Seton Professional Building located next to Sisters Hospital. You can park in the Sisters Hospital parking lot and your ticket will be validated before you leave. The address of the Pivers Center is 2121 Main St, Buffalo, 14214. The address for Sisters Hospital, where the parking lot is, is 2157 Main St, Buffalo 14214. Light refreshments will be offered. Registration is available online or by calling the Breast Cancer Network at 716-706-0060.
Funding for this program was made possible by the State of New York. The views expressed in written materials or publications and by speakers or moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the State.