Cara is a Featured Speaker at the 1st Annual Sports Alliance Summit

Cara is a Featured Speaker at the 1st Annual Sports Alliance Summit

Cara is thrilled to be one of the speakers at The Sports Alliance Summit in Philadelphia. Registration for the Philadelphia summit on April 29th and 30th of 2017 is now open!! The goals of this summit are to create a community of acupuncturists who are interested in sports acupuncture and to provide an exceptional educational experience. The 2017 Keynote speaker is Whitfield Reaves, with lectures also being taught by Arya Nielsen, Cara Frank, Chad Bong, Dr. Steve Matta, and Dr. Raphael Castro.

Cara will focus on her specialty:

Understanding and Treating Pain with Chinese Herbology

Chinese Herbology is one of the most effective ways to manage chronic and acute pain. This workshop will give you the tools to accurately assess and treat pain by understanding how to stage the injury, determine the location and differentiate the quality of pain, leading to an effective treatment strategy. Practitioners will learn how to select the best formulas and topical compounds as well as key modifications for optimal results, helping your patients get back in action as quickly as possible.

Learn more and register for the conference

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I have been going to Cara Frank for over 4 years and she has basically been my primary care doctor, keeping my health strong through huge life changes, curing my chronic sinus infections and allergies specifically, but really keeping my whole system in good shape. Cara is an expert in the field, an absolutely wonderful doctor, funny, down-to-earth, and caring friend to her patients. There is no woo-woo or weird stuff to worry about here. I HIGHLY recommend her practice (also Tansy Briggs who is excellent). My husband was a big skeptic, but after seeing my health flourish even during really stressful times, even he began to see Cara for accupuncture and herbs, and is equally impressed and grateful. I’ve been to both practices: one in center city, and the new one on Gray’s Ferry — both terrific!

D.C.