Individual Monthly CEU Webinars – 2019
All individual CEU Webinars are 2-hours, 2 NCCAOM, CA, FL, IL Board CEU’s, $40 per course
February 13 & 27: Practical Medical Documentation & TCM Integration in Hospital Setting
Practical Aspects of Integration in a Hospital Setting (Feb. 27): This webinar covers a wide spectrum of practical information about hospital based integrative/acupuncture practice. Attendees will receive a deep and rich knowledge of an insiders’ experience of working in an integrated care model – in a multi facility hospital. There are many aspects that every clinician can benefit from: safety, documentation, risk, etc. Amy is one of few experts in this topic nationwide and this is a unique opportunity to get great information, chiseled down by an expert.
Amy Sear, A.P., Dipl.O.M. is Nationally Board Certified in Oriental Medicine and is a member of the Florida State Oriental Medical Association (FSOMA) and the Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO). She is a frequent lecturer on an array of specialty topics, including Ethics in Oriental Medicine Practice, Integrative Medicine and is considered a specialist and well recognized expert in Integrative Oncology. Amy teaches at two schools of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Florida, and is a frequent presenter of Continuing Education for the Chinese Medicine professional community.
Wednesday, February 27 12-2pm ET, Practical Aspects of Integration in a Hospital Setting
March 13 & 27: TCM Treatment of Leaky Gut Syndrome (Bilingual)
TCM Treatment of Leaky Gut Syndrome (Bilingual): Leaky gut syndrome is the type of condition that is not traditionally taught in school. But there are more and more cases diagnosed every year. Dr. Tian will teach the effectiveness of using acupuncture and herbal medicine to address symptoms associated with leaky gut, including bloating, gas, cramping, food sensitivities, and aches and pains This course will address these issues and provide effective healing methods using Chinese medicine.
Haihe Tian, A.P., Ph.D, M.D. (China) graduated from Beijing TCM University with Ph.D. He specializes in pain management, internal medicine, oncology, geriatric, allergic and immune diseases. He served as board member of American Association of Oriental Medicine (AAOM), committee of herbal medicine; Academic Dean, Clinical Director and Professor of TCM, committee member of Doctoral program, herbal medicine, core courses and CNT. Dr. Tian has published 40 professional papers and 20 medical books and offers national & state seminars.
Wednesday, March 13 12-2pm ET, TCM Treatment of Leaky Gut Syndrome (Chinese)
Wednesday, March 27 12-2pm ET, TCM Treatment of Leaky Gut Syndrome (English)
April 18 & 25: Causes & TCM Treatment Strategies for Allergies (Bilingual)
Causes & TCM Treatment Strategies for Allergies (Bilingual): Allergies are a series of ever increasing health problems in modern society. In this webinar we will analyze the allergy risk factors including genetics, environment and lifestyle, Dr. Su will have a lead the discussion on the causes of allergies in TCM terminology, i.e. the Yin Yang nature of allergens or pathogenic factors and the patients’ corresponding constitutional vulnerability as well as relevant lingering pathogens, such as preexisting conditions. As allergies affect multiple human systems like respiratory, digestive, skin and beyond, allergies can produce symptoms in almost every organ of the body. It is believed that allergies are associated with more than 100 different medical conditions. This webinar will go over the more commonly recognized allergies.
Yiwen Su, MTCM, OMD earned his degree in 1988 at Chengdu University. Dr. Su was invited to follow his famous postgraduate tutor, Master Wen Zhuo-Zhi in China, as his only postgraduate student. After graduation, Dr. Su taught and supervised at Chengdu University and was officially appointed as Guest Professor in recognition of his significant achievements and extraordinary importance in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Su is a licensed acupuncturist in the State of Washington. and a diplomat of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology (NCCAOM). He was the herbal department chair and faculty chair at Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Seattle, WA and professor at Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine in Santa Monica, CA. He has been invited to speak at several national and regional oriental medicine conferences in the U.S. In addition to his private practice he is currently core faculty at Seattle Institute of OM in the Masters and Doctoral programs.
Thursday, April 18 12-2pm PT, Causes & TCM Treatment Strategies for Allergies (Chinese)
Thursday, April 25 12-2pm PT, Causes & TCM Treatment Strategies for Allergies (English)
May 6 & 20: Fascial Release Yin Sotai for Relief of Lower Back Pain, Parts 1 & 2
Yin Sotai for Relief of Lower Back Pain (Parts 1 & 2): This class will focus on teaching the basic skills to give a Yin Sotai treatment to alleviate low back pain. Yin Sotai is an offshoot of Sotai, a system developed in the last century by Keizo Hashimoto, MD as the culmination of his study in numerous traditional manual arts. Yin Sotai continues his work in an even gentler form but holds to all the principles he laid out. Participants will learn the six “listening posts” of Yin Sotai and be able to explain why a whole-body approach to low back pain is more effective than simply placing local needles.
Bob Quinn, L.Ac., Ph.D. earned his masters and doctoral degrees in Chinese Medicine in 1998 and 2008 respectively. His doctoral capstone project was on the topic of “Wholeness in Traditional East Asian Medicine.” In his clinical practice at the National College of Natural Medicine and in his private SE Portland clinic Bob treats a variety of conditions, ranging from musculoskeletal pain, to anxiety, to chronic conditions, including Lyme disease. He studied and practices Japanese Meridian Therapy style of Acupuncture.
Monday, May 6, 12-2pm PT, Yin Sotai for Relief of Lower Back Pain (Part 1)
Monday, May 20, 12-2pm PT, Yin Sotai for Relief of Lower Back Pain (Part 2)
June 13 & 27: Advanced TCM Clinical Therapies for Fertility (Bilingual)
Advanced TCM Clinical Therapies for Fertility (Bilingual): This course will focus on Dr. Zheng’s expansive clinical expertise in treating fertility patients with TCM, focusing on Kidney essence. Participants will learn the importance of the Five Phases in fertility and how to nurture the body during these phases with TCM to receive optimal results. Dr. Zheng will also go over the three principles of TCM corresponding with the five phases and how to implement these three principles using TCM herbs. Finally, Dr. Zheng will reveal her own case studies to illustrate how she approaches each individual fertility case using TCM.
Guoping Zheng, L.Ac., Ph.D has been specializing in fertility and women’s health for 30 years. She is the first person to earn a doctoral degree in the field of reproductive endocrinology of TCM in China. She received her Bachelors degree in general medicine, Masters degree in OBGYN and Doctorate in reproductive medicine. Dr. Zheng’s successful approaches to fertility have been cited in Julia Indichova’s book, “Inconceivable”, the first book ever written by a patient on the use of alternative medicine for treating infertility. Dr. Zheng serves as the Direcot of Academic-Committee of American Society of TCM and is a member of National Infertility Association. She has published 50 research articles on topics of Acupuncture, Herbal and Integrative Medicine and is the founder of The Center for Natural Fertility and Women’s Health in NYC.
Thursday, June 13 12-2pm PT, Advanced TCM Clinical Therapies for Fertility (Chinese)
Thursday, June 27 12-2pm PT, Advanced TCM Clinical Therapies for Fertility (English)
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) .