TCMzone 2021 Live Monthly CEU/PDA Webinars
All individual CEU Webinars are 2-hours, 2 NCCAOM, CA, FL, IL Board CEU’s, $40 per course (receive $40 herbal coupon)
August 4 & 18: Treating Diabetes and Neuropathy with Acupuncture & Herbs (Bilingual), 12-2pm PT by Guanhu Yang, Ph.D., L.Ac.
Treating Diabetes and Neuropathy with Acupuncture & Herbs (Bilingual): This webinar will discuss what factors cause Diabetes and how to use acupuncture and herbs for Diabetes sugar management, we’ll also be discussing lifestyle changes, point selection, needling methods, and clinical research. Dr. Yang will instruct on potential methods to treat Diabetes Neuropathic pain, a severe problem that is still difficult to clinically treat. Reducing abnormal remodeling of dendritic spines/synapses and increasing the anti-inflammatory effects in the spinal cord dorsal horn will be amongst these methods discussed.
Guanhu Yang, Ph.D., L.Ac.was trained at Zhejiang Traditional Medical College and Nanjing Traditional Chinese Medical University in China. There he received his Chinese medical degrees. Guanhu’s training included both modern western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine. Upon graduation, Guanhu worked as an Assistant Professor and Professor at the Medical College of Wenzhou, P.R. of China. Guanhu engaged in both high quality research and clinical work in traditional Chinese medicine (acupuncture and herbology). Guanhu has worked on research of Diabetes and completed his Ph.D. in lung injury and repair. He was chief acupuncturist at Fujinoki Hospital and Sakurai Hospital in Japan before coming the U.S. to research pulmonary Biology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in Ohio. He has been practicing Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine for over 35 years at his two clinics in Ohio.
|August 4, 2021 (Chinese) $40|
|August 18, 2021 (English) $40|
September 22 & 29: Chinese Medicine for Chronic Viral Syndromes (Parts 1 & 2), 12-2pm PT by Janet Zand, OMD, L.Ac., CCN
Chinese Medicine for Chronic Viral Syndromes (Parts 1 & 2): Virus comes from the Latin word for “poison” or “slimy liquid,” an apt descriptor for the bug that causes flu, common cold, chronic fatigue and a host of others. Patient complaints of fatigue, headaches, nausea, poor digestion, hypertension, hypotension, various aches and pains – these are all symptoms that can become chronic with any chronic viral syndrome. In this course, Dr. Janet Zand will share her most recommended herbal formulas to further enhance and sustain acupuncture treatments for chronic viral syndromes and specific symptoms. Dr. Zand will go over case studies and her findings on the behavior of specific syndromes that have helped her treat patient’s with different chronic viral syndromes and recurring bacterial infections. Attendees will learn how not only to downregulate acute presentations but then upregulate health with common formulas and some supplementation.
Janet Zand, OMD, L.Ac., CCN has over thirty years of private practice experience in natural medicine and has taught and lectured to healthcare practitioners all over the world. She is a respected author of several books including Smart Medicine for Healthier Living and The Nitric Oxide Solution. Dr. Zand began her first term on the NCCAOM Board of Commissioners in February 2017. In 2015, she was inducted into the Hall of Legends, and acknowledged by the National Nutritional Food Association and New Hope as a thought leader, innovator, and leader in the natural products industry.
|Sept. 22, 2021 (Part 1) $40|
|Sept. 29, 2021 (Part 2) $40|
October 13 & 27: Chinese Medicine for Cancer Care (Bilingual), 12-2pm PT by Jeffrey Mah, Ph.D., L.Ac.
Chinese Medicine for Cancer Care (Bilingual): Topic details coming soon…
Jeffrey Mah, Ph.D., L.Ac. obtained his Master’s degree from Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and his Ph.D. degree from Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He received his medical training from the medical school of Qinghai University. Dr. Mah is the founder of Xin Jing Fang Xue Pai (Scholars’ Group on New Classical Prescriptions). DDr. Mah has authored a new book, The New Classical Prescription System, which is being adopted by the University of Herbal Medicine in California for their doctoral degree program. Dr. Mah specializes in TCM oncology, treating patients with new classical prescriptions. Dr. Mah is the author of Second Chance: Chinese Medicine Approaches to Cancer, and the author of a twenty-six volume series, The Grand System of World Traditional Medicine. Since 1996, Dr. Mah has served as president of the American Consotherapy Center and the University of Herbal Medicine in California.
|October 13, 2021 (Chinese) $40|
|October 27, 2021 (English) $40|
November 3 & 17: Acupuncture & Herbs for PCOS (Bilingual), 12-2pm PT by Ming Jin, Ph.D., L.Ac.
Acupuncture & Herbs for PCOS (Bilingual): Topic details coming soon…
Ming Jin, Ph.D., L.Ac. trained eleven years in both Chinese and Western Medicine at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, one of China’s leading Chinese Traditional Medicine schools. At the post-graduate level, she received exceptional professional education and clinical experience in the field of TCM OB/GYN. Dr. Ming Jin established Ming Qi Natural Healthcare Center in 1991 with offices in Manhattan and Queens treating more than 30,000 patients. Dr. Jin has taught classes and clinical trainings in TCM OB-GYN since 1995 to students of TCM at both Pacific College of Health Sciences and New York Acupuncture Institute, as well as the MD Acupuncturist training program at SUNY Downstate teaching hospital (University Hospital of Brooklyn). She is also a professor of the Ph.D. program at AAAOM and ATOM. As an editor and speaker, she sponsors a public education series on Women’s Healthcare, Fertility, Pregnancy and Lactation Care, Fetal Development & New Born Healthcare, Female Cancer Preventive.
|November 3, 2021 (Chinese) $40|
|November 17, 2021 (English) $40|