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Improving Endometrial Receptivity Through the Lens of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

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08/18/2024 - 08:30 to 15:30
Pacific Standard Time PST/PDT (Vancouver BC, Los Angeles CA)
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Even if you cannot make the scheduled time for the live webinar, you will still be able to watch the recordings. Video recordings of the live webinar are placed into your account within 48 hours of the class, so the course will be waiting for you to watch when you are ready.
Live webinars fulfil all 50 hours of live CEUs for California. You have 2 years access to the recording to complete for CEU/PDA.
 

Live Webinar: 8:30 am PDT, Sunday, August 18, 2024.
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Improving Endometrial Receptivity Through the Lens of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicineimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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Many people seeking acupuncture and Chinese medicine support for fertility issues in today’s modern and turbulent society present with poor endometrial receptivity. We, as Chinese medicine practitioners, have a wealth of tools to make a real impact for this population. Whether due to familial issues, lifestyle, or the effects of ART treatments, historically, Chinese medicine has proven to be effective in its ability to regulate and bring about menstrual cycle stabilization to support fertility efforts. By doing this, we can impact the health of the endometrium.

Goals and Objectives

    1. You will learn the physiology and defining the parameters needed for optimal endometrial receptivity.
    2. Learn how to circumvent patients inability to become pregnant, and/or repeated implantation failure, by correctly identifying our patient's clinical presentations while avoiding the common misdiagnosis pitfalls.
    3. Learn acupuncture and herbal strategies, their usefulness, and when they are appropriate to incorporate into practice
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Julie McCormick
Brian Grosam

Integrative Approach for the Treatment of Sciatica Pain and Peripheral Neuropathy

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Integrative Approach for the Treatment of Sciatica Pain and Peripheral Neuropathyimmediately after purchaseuntil 07/23/2024 - 11:59
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One of the TCM clinic challenges is in treating chronic nerve pain. These patients come for acupuncture as their last resort. TCM, in general, is effective at addressing neurological pain in the acute phase, but chronic nerve pain can be a greater challenge for both patients and clinicians. One of the most common forms of nerve pain acupuncturists treat is sciatica pain. Also more frequently in the last ten years is peripheral neuropathy.

Goals and Outlines

  • How to integrate electro-acupuncture for the treatment of sciatica pain and peripheral neuropathy
  • How to integrate Chinese herbal medicine for the treatment of sciatica and peripheral neuropathy
  • How to differentiate sciatica pain that is originated from the lumbar or/and from the buttock and how to treat it if it is from the buttock
  • How to integrate functional and lifestyle medicine for the treatment of sciatica and peripheral neuropathy
  • Students will also learn the application of Photobiomodulation therapy to enhance clinical outcomes
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Steve Liu

    PCOS: Western Herbal Approach Using Chinese Herbal Energetics

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    $75.00
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    553-731
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    4/23/2021 to 6/01/2024
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    PCOS: Western Herbal Approach Using Chinese Herbal Energeticsimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
    Category 1
    Course Contents: 

    Western medical herbs in Chinese Medicine are gaining more and more importance, due to the availability of very good quality medicinal herbs and the great acceptance from the patient’s side. The well-structured and very practice-oriented approach of Integrative Chinese Medicine offers an excellent opportunity for therapists to give their patients the best of three fields: conventional medicine, Chinese medicine and phytopharmacology of western medical herbs.

    Goals and Outlines

  • Learning the diagnostic criteria and therapies of PCOS in Conventional Medicine
  • Learning about the pathophysiology and principle of treatment of PCOS in Chinese Medicine
  • Understanding the Jeremy Ross system with the Four Imbalances and the Integrative Chinese Medicine with the use of western herbs
  • Learning about the treatment of PCOS with western herbs on the basis of an unique way of formula analysis
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Lingky Tan-Bleinroth
    Ruth Illing

    A Classical Approach to Herbal Treatment During Pregnancy

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    3.00
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    PDA-553-710
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    3/19/2021 to 06-01-24
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    A Classical Approach to Herbal Treatment During Pregnancyimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
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    This 3-hour course is an introduction to using classical principles in your herbal work with pregnant women. It includes a discussion of the physiology of pregnancy according to classical principles and then an exploration of formulas from Chapter 20 of the Jingui Yaolue, on pregnancy. The class ends with case studies from Sharon’s own practice.

    Goals and Outlines
    The practitioner will learn:

  • To familiarize students with classical principles of the 6 conformations
  • To teach students how these principles apply to conception and pregnancy
  • To see how the formulas from the Jingui Yaolue express these principles
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Sharon Weizenbaum

    Fu Qing-Zhu’s Thoughts on Fertility

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    553-718
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    4/5/2021 to 6/1/2024
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    Fu Qing-Zhu’s Thoughts on Fertility immediately after purchasefor 2 years
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    Program Description
    This lecture was recorded at the Integrative Fertility Symposium in Vancouver.
    In this 3-hour presentation, Sharon will share her translation of Fu Qing-Zhu’s as-yet-unpublished chapter on fertility. We will explore his ideas of the relevant patterns of infertility and cull the concepts that Sharon has found most useful in her own practice. As we go along Sharon will give insight into women’s physiology according to Fu Qing-Zhu and how this physiology relates to the architecture of Dr. Fu’s formulas.

    Goals and Outlines
    The practitioner will learn:

  • To learn and consider Fu Qing-Zhu’s basic patterns of infertility.
  • To understand women’s physiology according to Fu Qing-Zhu and its relationship to his fertility patterns.
  • To explore the structure and usefulness of Fu Qing-Zhu’s fertility formulas
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Sharon Weizenbaum

    Bummer in the Belly: How to Treat Reflux and Other Digestive Complaints

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    $99.95
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    PDA-553-703
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    to 12-01-2023
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    Bummer in the Belly: How to Treat Reflux and Other Digestive Complaintsimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
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    This herb class will guide you to a clear understanding about how to detect GLOMUS which is a frequent cause of reflux and other problems from blockage that disrupts digestion and even can cause skin issues. 

    Ban xia xie xin tang is the lead formula of this family. Once you know how to differentiate this formula family clinically, they will be super effective in clinic for GERD, insomnia, mouth sores, constipation and diarrhea.

    Goals and Outlines

  • Learn all 8 variations of Ban xia xie xin tang.
  • Learn how to use formulas which incorporate ingredients that have opposite properties like both hot and cold and both draining and supplementing.
  • Develop a clear understanding of the meaning of glomus.
  • Study and interpret the Shang Han Lun and Jing Gui Yao lue lines related to these formulas
  • Differentiate the principles of the 6 conformations involved in these formulas.
  • Differentiate the formulas by examining their subtle differences.
  • Understand how to use hot and cold herbs together effectively in the clinic.
  • Look at cases using these formulas in order to better implement them clinically
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Sally Rappeport

    Recovering from Acute and Chronic Viral Infections with Chinese Medicine

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    $125.00
    NCCAOM Details
    553-664
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    8/27/2020 through 12/01/2023
    NCCAOM 2016
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    Recovering from Acute and Chronic Viral Infections with Chinese Medicineimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
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    This course will introduce students to the theory, history, and practice of Chinese medicine approaches to the recovery from acute viral infections and degenerative after-effects caused by potential autoimmune reactions. The theoretical part of the seminar will utilize traditional Yin-Yang, Five Phase Element and Six Conformation symbolism as well as their relevance for the wuyun liuqi system of seasonal energetics to explain the interrelation of viral outbreaks and specific climate fluctuations.

    Goals and Outlines

  • Gain insights into the classical Chinese medicine perspective on viral infection
  • Learn base formulas, single herbs and herb pairs that are useful in the treatment and prevention of viral infections
  • Learn foods to avoid and foods to imbibe in the treatment of viral afflictions
  • Learn Special attention is given to the learned content’s implementation into successful clinical practice:
  • Understand how to apply the anti-viral herbs and formulas to varied clinical presentations
  • Effectively implement the content discussed into students’ clinical practice
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Heiner Fruehauf

    TCM & Western Medicine Fertility Pearls - Treating Fertility Cases with Acupuncture and Herbs

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    3.00
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    $99.99
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    553-648
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    7/28/2020 to 12-01-2023
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    2.00
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    TCM & Western Medicine Fertility Pearls - Treating Fertility Cases with Acupuncture and Herbsimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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    Please note this course is no longer approved for California acupuncture CEUs.

    If you need live California acupuncture CEUs, check out our upcoming live webinars and for on-demand distance courses

    Goals and Outlines

  • The student will learn to identify causes of infertility from a Western medical perspective.
  • Students will learn to use the Western medical information to assist in arriving at a more ‘robust’ TCM pattern-of-disharmony’, and a more ‘comprehensive treatment strategy.
  • Students will learn what they cannot successfully treat and what they can.
  • Students will learn about Western medical reproductive testing and how to interpret the results.
  • Students will learn specific acupuncture and herbal medicine protocols which are specific to the disorder being treated.
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Mike Berkley

    The Central Relationship between Earth and Fertility in East Asian Herbal Medicine

    3.00
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    3.00
    $75.00
    NCCAOM Details
    553-647
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    7/28/2020 to 12/01/2023
    NCCAOM 2016
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    The Central Relationship between Earth and Fertility in East Asian Herbal Medicineimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
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    "Many years ago, when I first began to fully let go of treating diseases, such as fertility, and decided to fully focus on classical formula patterns, I treated a woman whose main complaint was infertility. She had no fertile mucous around ovulation. Following only the pattern, I gave her Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang for a mixed hot and cold middle Jiao blockage. As often happens when using classic formula diagnostic methods, I was delighted to see that her next ovulation had abundant fertile mucous. She was also delighted and was pregnant soon thereafter."

    Goals and Outlines

  • Students will learn the importance of a comprehensive diagnosis in the treatment of fertility
  • Students will understand the role of Shaoyin in fertility
  • Students will understand the role of earth in fertility
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Sharon Weizenbaum

    Li-Dong Yuan's Ping Wei Lun: More Than Just the Spleen And Stomach

    3.00
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    $75.00
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    553-646
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    7/28/2020 to 12/01/2023
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    Li-Dong Yuan's Ping Wei Lun: More Than Just the Spleen And Stomachimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
    California
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    Is Li Dong-Yuan really just about the spleen and stomach?

    Goals and Outlines

  • To understand how involved Li Dongyuan was with the Neijing and Shang Han Lun
  • To understand Li Dongyuan’s concept of Yin Fire
  • To understand the principles of Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang
  • To get a sense of the breath of Li Dongyuan’s understanding
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Sharon Weizenbaum