Monday February 28th, in conjunction with CIIS, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine will be screening 9000 Needles for FREE at 7 p.m. in Namaste Hall. Please come join in this wonderful depiction of Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and its profound effect on rehabilitating stroke victim, Devin Dearth. Also special that evening, movie director Doug Dearth will be there for a Q&A session.
9000 Needles covers the story of Devin Dearth, brother to Doug Dearth, who suffers a devastating stroke and uses Chinese Medicine on the road to rehabilitation.
“At forty years old, Devin Dearth is a successful businessman, a loving husband, father of three, a devout Christian and champion bodybuilder. He and his family reside in the small community of Central City, Kentucky where they live the ideal American Dream. That is, until Devin suffers a devastating stroke. Caused by a bleed in the brain stem, the stroke leaves him paralyzed on his right side and unable to walk, with difficulty speaking, double vision and inability to care for himself or his family. He has met his ultimate adversary: The limits of his own mortality. We follow Devin on this unconventional journey, during which his courage, faith, patience and desire to overcome are tested on a daily basis. The trials he and his family endure along the way remind us that the human spirit can transcend any boundaries while exploring a universal community of healing and transformation.”
For more information please visit www.9000needles.com. To hear Doug talk about the movie on ACTCM radio, click here.
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About American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) has provided affordable, quality health care to the public and trained professionals in acupuncture, massage and Chinese medicine since 1980. In addition to its graduate curriculum, ACTCM offers continuing education, public education, community outreach and clinical services in acupuncture and herbal medicine. ACTCM has been the recipient of many awards for its curriculum, faculty and clinic, and has been voted “Best of the Bay” by both the San Francisco Weekly and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. ACTCM is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is a private, nonprofit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.