TCMzone July-December 2018 Webinar Package – Registration Open
SAVE $80 ON ALL 8 WEBINARS WHEN PURCHASING THE PACKAGE, ONLY $240 FOR 16 NCAAOM, CA, FL, IL PDA’S/CEU’S (still pending)
All Webinars are 12-2pm PT except December webinar on Sunday, Dec. 2 (Chinese), 5-7pm PT
July-December 2018 Webinar Package (English), 8 Webinars, 16 PDA’s/CEU’s, $240
July-December 2018 Webinar Package (Chinese), 8 Webinars, 16 PDA’s/CEU’s, $240
TCMzone 2018 Individual CEU Webinar and Seminar Series
All 2018 individual live CEU webinars are $40 per 2-hour course, 2 NCCAOM, CA, FL, IL board approved CEU’s
July (Bilingual) – The Renaissance of Japanese Kampo Medicine
Xuping Gu, M.D.(China), L.Ac. received her Masters in TCM from Yan Cheng College of Health & Medicine in China and her M.D. from Shanghai University of TCM and then was on medical faculty at University of Tokyo, Japan from 1991-1995. She was teaching professor at Dongguk Royal University of Oriental Medicine and now is DAOM program teaching professor at Alhambra Medical University and Director at the Institute of Alternative Medicine where she implores use of Kampo herbal medicine and Acupuncture for her clients. She has studied under some of the most well know mentors in Kampo medicine, including Dr. Yakazi, Otsuka, Nakamura and Matsuda. She has been listed in the
The Renaissance of Kampo Medicine (English) Wednesday July 25, 12-2PM PT, Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDA and CA, FL, IL State Board CEU’s, $40
August (Bilingual) – Comprehensive Management of Different Types of Ankle Sprain
Xinru Qian, M.D.(China), L.Ac. is a Board certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) specialist since 2000 and is also a New York State Certified physician acupuncturist. Dr. Qian is currently an Attending Physician at NYU, Hospital for Joint Diseases, and New York-Presbyterian/Queens. She has a private practice specializing in the field of PM&R, Acupuncture and TCM for over 14 years. As an instructor for The Physicians’ Medical Acupuncture Certificate Program at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, she taught medical acupuncture courses. She graduated from Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1982 and from Graduate School at Shanghai Medical University in 1988. She is the director of ATCMA Academic Committee of TCM Orthopedics and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R).
Course Description: Ankle sprain is a very common musculoskeletal problem. It can be divided into 2 most common types, Common Ankle Sprain (Low Ankle Sprain) and High Ankle Sprain (Syndesmotic Injuries). Many cases are not extremely difficult to treat. However, some cases are recurrent and last for long periods of time. This course will review the basic medical background, through the etiological and pathological analysis of this condition to determine the severity and prognosis of the problems. We’ll then learn to develop a comprehensive management plan including western medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine treatment methods.
Management of Different Types of Ankle Sprain (Chinese) Wednesday August 1, 12-2PM PT, Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDA and CA, FL, IL State Board CEU’s, $40
Management of Different Types of Ankle Sprain (English) Wednesday August 15, 12-2PM PT, Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDA and CA, FL, IL State Board CEU’s, $40
September (Part 1&2) – The Top TCM Formulas Used in Teaching Clinic
Greg Lane, DACM, L.Ac. earned his Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Degree and a Master of Science Degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Dr. Lane is the Director of Clinical Services for Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) San Diego, clinical supervisor and faculty member in the Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine program (DACM). He is a California Licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist. He is also a Nationally Certified Acupuncturist through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Dr. Lane has been in private practice for over 23 years and enjoys working with a diverse population of patients. His extensive professional career has been focused in multiple areas of medicine, including being the first acupuncturist with hospital privileges at Century City Hospital and working in interdisciplinary teams since the early 1990’s. Dr. Lane’s practice has focused on women’s health, orthopedics, pain management and drug and alcohol detoxification.
Course Description: This 2-part webinar will focus on learning the decision making processes when considering prescribing herbal products for patients, e.g. raw, granules, prepared forms. Attendees will learn which granule formulas are most prescribed in a clinic that conducts over 25,000 treatments per year and explore the demographics of the patient population served by these formulas. Dr. Lane will also teach on the herbal formula constituents, so that attendees can better understand why certain formulas are most often prescribed for specific patient conditions.
The Top TCM Formulas Used in Teaching Clinic (Part 1) Wednesday Sept. 12, 12-2PM PT, Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDA and CA, FL, IL State Board CEU’s, $40
The Top TCM Formulas Used in Teaching Clinic (Part 2) Wednesday Sept. 26, 12-2PM PT, Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDA and CA, FL, IL State Board CEU’s, $40
October (Part 1&2) – Integrative Physiology of the Chinese Medical System
David Miller, M.D., L.Ac. earned his Medical degree from Brown University School of Medicine in Providence, R.I., completed his pediatrics residency at the University of Chicago and received his M.S. in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago, IL. Dr. Miller is dually board certified in Pediatrics (American Board of Pediatrics) and Chinese medicine (NCCAOM). His practice East-West Integrated Medicine, LLC is located in Chicago, Illinois, and Dr. Miller enjoys seeing patients of all ages for holistic and integrative care. Dr. Miller has designed curricula in integrative physiology, and is an active participant and leader in numerous state and nation medical associations. He is currently Chair of the national organization the American Society of Acupuncturists, and Chair of the NCCAOM committee on Biomedicine. He participates actively with the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, the Illinois State Medical Society, and other state and national groups.
Course Description: The lens of Evolutionary Biology is optimally focused to bring classical Chinese concepts into modern view. When physiologic systems are understood and properly translated, protests about the validity of the Chinese system vanish. This 2-part webinar will explore predominantly the Liver and Chong Mai/Penetrating Vessel systems, evaluating them from the Evolutionary Biology viewpoint. Clarity on the concept of a “Channel” from this viewpoint will be provided, as well as an answer to the question of “What is an acupuncture point?” Foundational neurology will be presented, as well as relevant concepts in endocrinology. This model is consistent with concepts of “Qi Dynamics” or Phase Theory, and connections to the classical concepts will be provided.
Integrative Physiology of the Chinese Medical System (Part 1) Wednesday Oct. 3, 12-2PM PT, Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDA and CA, FL, IL State Board CEU’s, $40
Integrative Physiology of the Chinese Medical System(Part 2) Wednesday Oct. 17, 12-2PM PT, Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDA and CA, FL, IL State Board CEU’s, $40
November (Bilingual) – TCM Differentiation and Herb Treatments for Insomnia
Qi Zhang, Ph.D., Dipl.Ac. graduated and received her Ph.D. degree from China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Graduate School, in 1990. She is one of the first doctors to receive the Ph.D. in Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. She has been a Faculty member and clinical supervisor at PCOM since 1999; and currently serves as the chair in the Department of Herbs. She was commissioner of NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) and chairperson of Chinese Herbology Exam Committee in NCCAOM from 2000 to 2005. She is certified by NCCAOM in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology, and has been a NYS Licensed Acupuncturist with her practice in New York since 1996.
Course Description: This webinar will look in depth at how TCM views insomnia, reviewing the main manifestation for this condition through the classical text, Nei Jing and Jin Gui Yao Lue. Various TCM patterns will be looked at including Liver Qi stagnation, Liver fire, Phlegm heat, etc. and attendees will learn the Chinese herbal formulas that Dr. Zhang recommends for treating these patterns associated with insomnia. Dr. Zhang’s clinical experience with these formulas will be reviewed.
TCM Differentiation and Herb Treatments for Insomnia (Chinese) Tuesday Nov. 6, 12-2PM PT, Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDA and CA, FL, IL State Board CEU’s, $40
TCM Differentiation and Herb Treatments for Insomnia (English) Tuesday Nov. 20, 12-2PM PT, Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDA and CA, FL, IL State Board CEU’s, $40
December (Bilingual) – Advanced TCM Treatments for Depression
Shiwu Xiao, M.D., OMD graduated from Chengdu TCM University where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Science in 1985, he went on to receive his Masters Degree in 1988. Dr. Xiao has more than 30 years experience at top institutional hospitals and expert clinics in China, Israel and Canada. In 1988, after eight years intensive systematic University study and training in both Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine, he earned his MD, OMD and since then has been working in the same university and hospital setting treating with Acupuncture, Chinese medicine and modern western medicine. He resides in Calgary and works as a professor, Dean of Chinese medicine department at the Canadian Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Course Description: Heart spirit disorders, such as Depression are among the most common and most difficult diseases to treat clinically. Many theoretical studies and clinical/laboratory research has been done in the past and currently on these types of diseases. This lecture will summarize these studies and integrate Dr. Xiao’s own clinical experiences in treating Depression and Sleep disorders. Topics will include manifestations, new concepts on etiology and pathogenesis, methods of diagnosis to distinguish depression and exploration of types of syndrome differentiation and treatment. Attendees will receive Dr. Xiao’s innovative insights and ideas on TCM treatment methods for better clinical results.
Advanced TCM Treatments for Depression (Chinese) Sunday Dec. 2, 7-9PM PT, Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDA and CA, FL, IL State Board CEU’s, $40
Advanced TCM Treatments for Depression (English) Monday Dec. 3, 12-2PM PT, Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDA and CA, FL, IL State Board CEU’s, $40
System requirements for attending our webinars:
Participants wishing to connect to audio using VoIP will need a fast Internet connection, a microphone and speakers (A USB headset is recommended) .