Progressive Health Center Presents Reggae in the Park

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The Original Wailers headline a reggae concert that benefits the Cancer Care Initiative

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Reggae in the Park takes place on Thursday, September 13, at Infinity Park. The doors open at 5 p.m. and the music starts at 6:30 p.m. The headlining act is The Original Wailers, Bob Marley's band. The concert benefits the Cancer Care Initiative, and Denver Nuggets–coach and cancer survivor George Karl will speak before the concert. Some of the Denver Nuggets players will give away prizes, and the Colorado Rockies mascot, Dinger, will fish for smiles and compliments on his colorful spots. Concessions will be available for an additional charge.

Progressive Health Center

Progressive Health Center is a nonprofit organization that integrates Eastern and Western therapies to help treat cancer, neurological disorders, and chronic conditions. The family physicians, chiropractors, Chinese-medicine practitioners, and massage therapists work together to boost patients’ spirits and physical strength with treatments such as acupuncture, music therapy, and nutritional counseling. One of the more uplifting therapies is laughter yoga—a treatment that gets people laughing together in a group without requiring them to come in feeling happy or carry around their own jack-in-the-box.

To facilitate these services, Progressive Health Center has partnerships with the Swedish Medical Center and Craig Hospital. Its founder, Sue Goodin, and medical director, Allison Archard, are executive-committee members of the Cancer Care Initiative, which raises money by hosting events such as benefit concerts.

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