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May 1, 2014

Business Luncheon

PLAISTOW - P.A.C.E. members, guests, and area businesses are invited to The Plaistow Area Commerce Exchange Networking Meeting on Thurs., May 8, 11:30 a.m., at the Atkinson Resort and Country Club. The cost for lunch is $20.00 per person. Everyone is urged to bring a supply of business cards to exchange.

The guest speaker is Dr. Asi Hacobian, Interventional Spine Medicine (ISM). He will speak on “Chronic Back Pain - Get back to a better life”.

Chronic unrelenting pain is debilitating physically, but it is also debilitating emotionally. The folks at ISM know how to treat pain and also know how you should be treated. Whether your pain is leftover from surgery, stroke, cancer or other trauma. Or, it simply appeared one day and the source remains a mystery, their multidisciplinary approach to treating pain while treating people well is their main focus. ISM doctors are highly trained and Board Certified in pain management. To treat pain successfully, you must be under the close and watchful care of a Board Certified pain management specialist. That’s why each of theirphysicians are certified pain doctors.

PLEASE RSVP before May 1, if you plan to attend – call 382-3634 or email lucilleduquette@comcast.net. Please Note: you will be charged for your lunch if you make a reservation and do not attend.

PACE is a non-profit organization of business entrepreneurs and professionals in the Plaistow area, which strives, in a spirit of cooperation, to promote a prosperous community to the benefit of all.

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