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The Three Best Friends: Reviewing the Relationship Between the Ovarian Theca, Granulosa and Lutein Cells

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PDA-553-727
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to 06-01-2024
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The Three Best Friends: Reviewing the Relationship Between the Ovarian Theca, Granulosa and Lutein Cellsimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
California
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If asked, most practitioners understand the basics regarding sex hormone production or report “hormones are made in the ovaries.” However, this only scratches the surface. Understanding female sex hormones requires a deep understanding of the dynamic dance between the brain, theca, granulosa, and lutein cells of the ovary.

Goals and Outlines

  • Review the anatomy of the ovaries to include the blood supply, lymphatic system and nerve innervation that helps with follicular development and hormone production.
  • Review statistics on follicular numbers and development.
  • Discuss follicular progression from pre-antral to ovulation.
  • Understand the physiology of theca cell development and the hormones produced.
  • Understand the physiology of granulosa cell development and the hormones produced.
  • Understand the physiology of lutein cell development and the hormones produced.
  • Apply dietary, lifestyle and supplemental support to optimize each of these stages.
  • Discuss medications and lifestyle factors that can disrupt each of these stages.
  • Briefly review how disruptions in these cells can lead to hormonal dysfunction such as PCOS, anovulation, relative estrogen dominance compared to progesterone in the luteal phase and more.
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Carrie Jones

    Endometriosis & Autoimmune Diseases and the Role of Acupuncture for Treatment

    2.00
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    2.00
    $50.00
    NCCAOM Details
    PDA-553-714
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    to 06-01-2024
    NCCAOM 2016
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    Endometriosis & Autoimmune Diseases and the Role of Acupuncture for Treatmentimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
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    This online lecture is for the Integrative Fertility Symposium (IFS) 2021, and brings together recent research information regarding the common genetic link between endometriosis, depression and gut issues.

    Goals and Outlines
    By the end of the webinar, participants will have the ability to:

  • Describe the causal pathway of inflammation that links conditions of endometriosis, depression and gut issues.
  • Understand the role of inflammation in autoimmune conditions generally
  • Deepen their understanding of acupuncture treatment approaches for women presenting in clinical practice.
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Kate Levett

    Treating Fertility and Infertility Using Tung’s Acupuncture

    3.00
    $75.00
    NCCAOM Details
    553-729
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    4/6/2021 to 6/1/2024
    NCCAOM 2016
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    Treating Fertility and Infertility Using Tung’s Acupunctureimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
    Category 1
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    Many practitioners are confused about how to best proceed when treating male or female infertility. Susan Johnson, a teacher of Tung’s Acupuncture and author of the text, Master Tung’s Magic Points: A definitive clinical guide, will offer several needle treatments for regulating hormones, increasing sperm count, cleaning the womb and prepare for pregnancy.

    Susan will discuss some of the inhibiting habits that must be overcome in order for conception to occur as well as a few self-help remedies, like moxabustion, qi gong or meditation that can be done by anyone at home.

    Goals and Outlines
    Upon completion of this seminar you will be able to:

  • To encourage confidence in needling Tung’s Points for balancing hormones, increasing sperm count, cleaning the womb and preparing for pregnancy
  • To identify potential risk factors, encourage healthy habits and troubleshoot genetic predispositions and various pathologies that may affect fertility
  • To emphasize the importance of a peaceful environment conducive to conception and childbirth.
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Susan Johnson

    Science of the Tao - Ethical Considerations

    2.00
    Massachusetts Details
    2.00
    $50.00
    NCCAOM Details
    553-730
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    4/19/2021 to 6/1/2024
    NCCAOM 2016
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    Science of the Tao - Ethical Considerationsimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
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    This two-hour talk will evaluate ethical considerations from the Huai Nan Zi, and the Tao te Ching. We will contrast what constitutes science in modern medicine with what constituted science when Chinese medicine came into being.

    We will ask questions about our modern scientific method and whether its support of pharmaceutical intervention meets the criteria of the Nei Jing and the Tao of nature.

    Approved fro 2 PDA Ethics (AOM-ET) for NCCAOM

    Goals and Outlines
    By the end of the webinar, participants will have the ability to:

  • understand and evaluate the ethical considerations from the Huai Nan Zi, and the Tao te Ching
  • understand what constitutes science in modern medicine and what constitutes science in Chinese medicine
  • determine whether an intervention meets the criteria of the Nei Jing and the Tao of nature based on ethical considerations.
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Randine Lewis

    4 Seas of the 8 Extras: Resources needed for a Lifetime of Adversity

    6.00
    Massachusetts Details
    6.00
    $160.00
    NCCAOM Details
    553-736
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    4/27/2021 to 06/01/2024
    NCCAOM 2016
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    6.00
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    6.00
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    4 Seas of the 8 Extras: Resources needed for a Lifetime of Adversityimmediately after purchaseuntil 09/12/2023 - 23:59
    California
    Category 1
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    Goals and Outlines

  • Participants will review and deepen their understanding of the 4 Seas as resources for life.
  • Participants will learn to recognize pathology in each Sea for the purpose of a clear diagnosis.
  • Participants will be introduced to the ideas of curriculum, resources and latency for self-preservation.
  • Participants will learn how to create simple, elegant and effective treatments using the 4 Seas.
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Yvonne Farrell

    Divergent Meridians: The Conflict Between Self & Other

    6.00
    Massachusetts Details
    6.00
    $160.00
    NCCAOM Details
    553-735
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    4/27/2021 to 6/01/2024
    NCCAOM 2016
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    6.00
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    Divergent Meridians: The Conflict Between Self & Otherimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
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    This 6-hour course will introduce the unique qualities of the Divergent meridians that make them essential in the treatment of life-threatening or life-altering conditions. When our survival is threatened it is the goal of the Divergent meridians to create chronicity. They slow down the disease process by relocating a pathogenic factor or challenging experience to the joints where it can be trapped, safely away from the organs. This gives us the time we need to rally our resources in order to eliminate the pathogen.

    Goals and Outlines

  • Participants will learn to recognize Divergent pathology based on organ symptoms, emotional signatures and assessment of physical pain.
  • Participants will learn how to create simple but effective Divergent treatments.
  • Participants will deepen their understanding of the relationship between Yuan qi and Wei qi.
  • Participants will learn techniques and approaches to treatments to release or maintain latency in the Divergents.
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Yvonne Farrell

    You, The Healer; Maximizing the Energetic Effects of Treatment

    3.00
    Massachusetts Details
    3.00
    $75.00
    NCCAOM Details
    553-733
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    4/23/2021 to 6/1/2024
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    3.00
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    3.00
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    You, The Healer; Maximizing the Energetic Effects of Treatment immediately after purchasefor 2 years
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    Please note this course is no longer approved for California acupuncture CEUs.

     

    Program Description

    Goals and Outlines

  • Exploring the role of the Tao as a container for human experiences.
  • An explanation of the personal energy field and it’s connection to the Tao
  • Understanding the energetic link between the heart and the brain and it’s impact on treatment
  • An explanation of the scientific basis for acupuncture and it’s effects
  • Understanding the role of energy transmission during an acupuncture treatment
  • An experiential explanation of the practical steps a practitioner can take in order to enhance the vibratory effect of needling during an acupuncture treatment
  • Maximizing the placebo effect
  • How to prompt the body’s self-healing mechanisms
  • Learning about the scientific basis for energy medicine
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Jill Blakeway

    Treating Fibroids with Chinese Herbal Medicine

    3.00
    Massachusetts Details
    3.00
    $75.00
    NCCAOM Details
    553-728
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    4/6/2021 to 6/1/2024
    NCCAOM 2016
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    Treating Fibroids with Chinese Herbal Medicineimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
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    Program Description
    This lecture was recorded at the Integrative Fertility Symposium in Vancouver.

    Goals and Outlines

  • To learn how treatment principles for working with uterine fibroids vary depending on whether a woman is trying to become pregnant, pregnant, post pregnancy or menopausal.
  • To learn to differentiate various fibroids based on size, location and context.
  • To learn effective treatment methods for uterine fibroids in a variety of phases of a woman's life with an emphasis on fertility and pregnancy.
  • To learn the relationship between bleeding disorders and uterine fibroids.
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Sharon Weizenbaum

    The Role of Trauma in Women’s Reproductive Health: A Five Spirit Approach

    3.00
    Massachusetts Details
    3.00
    $75.00
    NCCAOM Details
    553-732
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    4/23/2021 to 6/1/2024
    NCCAOM 2016
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    The Role of Trauma in Women’s Reproductive Health: A Five Spirit Approach immediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
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    Program Description
    This lecture was recorded at the Integrative Fertility Symposium in Vancouver.

    Goals and Outlines
    By the end of the seminar, participants will have:

  • understand the overlaps and distinctions between the modern Western and ancient Chinese approach to trauma
  • understand the implications and possible effects of shock, trauma and PTSD on conception, pregnancy, labor, and delivery
  • be introduced to safe and simple ways to work with trauma in the arena of women's reproductive health
  • learn practices that can help alleviate the effects of trauma
  • recognize when other forms of support are needed for their fertility patients
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Lorie Dechar

    The Chinese Medical Treatment of Pre-eclampsia

    3.00
    Massachusetts Details
    3.00
    $75.00
    NCCAOM Details
    553-725
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    4/6/2021 to 6/1/2024
    NCCAOM 2016
    NCCAOM AOM-CH: 
    3.00
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    The Chinese Medical Treatment of Pre-eclampsiaimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    The Chinese Medical Treatment of Pre-eclampsiaimmediately after purchasefor 2 yearsThe Chinese Medical Treatment of Pre-eclampsiaimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
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    Program Description
    This lecture was recorded at the Integrative Fertility Symposium in Vancouver.
    In this 3-hour presentation, Sharon will first discuss the pathophysiology of pre-eclampsia with an emphasis on Chinese medicine. Once we understand the nature of this imbalance, we can then understand the early warning signs for this disease. Chinese medicine can be extremely helpful for women who are at risk for this illness or who have been diagnosed with it. We will learn some key treatment methods in terms of herbs and diet.

    Goals and Outlines
    The practitioner will learn:

  • To understand what pre-eclampsia is from a western and Chinese medical perspective
  • To learn to identify the potential for pre-eclampsia before it manifests
  • To learn to take appropriate measures to prevent pre-eclampsia
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Sharon Weizenbaum