Wednesday, Sept. 13 & 27,12-2pm Pacific Time

TCM Protocols for Trigeminal Neuralgia (Bilingual)

Xiping Zhou, MDOM, L.Ac. earned his Bachelor of Science in Medicine from HeiLongJiang University in the Peoples’ Republic of China, where he graduated at the top of his class. The degree he earned there licensed him as a doctor of both mainstream Western medicine (in China) and TCM. For several years, Dr. Zhou was on staff at the affiliated hospital of the HeiLongJiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He specialized in both individualized treatment and in diagnosis in herbs, acupuncture, and TuiNa (Chinese medical massage). In July 1993, while serving as chief physician and full professor at HeiLongJiang Medical College, Dr. Zhou was asked to visit the United States to speak at the National Conference of Acupuncture about his success in treating stroke patients with paralysis. From 1994 to 2000, he taught acupuncture and Chinese medicine at the Midwest College for the Study of Oriental Medicine in Racine, Wis.

Dr. Zhou established his private practice in Madison and Milwaukee in 1996. In 1999, he joined the staff of Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital in Milwaukee, becoming one of the very first acupuncturists on staff at any Wisconsin hospital. Dr. Zhou incorporates acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and therapeutic Chinese massage. Dr. Zhou is also a guest lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and teaches classes through the University of Wisconsin-Madison Mini-Courses. Dr. Zhou is the founder and president of the East-West Healing Arts Institute, located in Madison. East-West Healing Arts Institute is a school for therapeutic massage integrating Western and Eastern massage modalities.

TCM Protocols for Trigeminal Neuralgia (English), Dr. Xiping Zhou, Sept. 27, 2023 $40

Wednesday, Oct. 11 & 25,12-2pm Pacific Time

The Role of Cosmetic Acupuncture in TCM & Integrating Facial Acupuncture into Clinical Practice

Chinese Medicine Cosmetology, or Mei Rong, has a well-documented and venerated history dating back to the Qin Dynasty. In keeping with the philosophy of Mei Rong, the modern practice of cosmetic facial acupuncture views a disharmony in the Zang-fu Organs, meridians, Qi, Blood, and fluids as the core cosmetic related complaints. This class will detail the principles of Chinese Medicine as it applies to improving systemic health and enhancing physical appearance.

The integration of Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture into clinical practice is more than skin deep. Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture is rapidly becoming a recognized alternative or adjunct to modern appearance enhancing treatment. By addressing the underlying cause of aging from a Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective, this class will develop acupuncture strategies and protocols for improving systemic health and physical appearance.

Dr. Shellie Goldstein is a highly experienced clinical acupuncturist with over three decades of practice, specializing in facial acupuncture and a range of related disorders. She is a recognized educator, having taught extensively in the fields of cosmetic facial acupuncture, neuromuscular disorders of the face, and skin conditions. Dr. Goldstein is the founder of the Academy of Advanced Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture Mentorship and Certificate Training Program and a partner in the Pacific College of Health and Science Facial Applications for Cosmetic Enhancement (FACE) Mentorship and Certificate Program. She holds national certification in Chinese Herbal Medicine, is a published author, and has developed distance learning continuing education courses for acupuncture professionals. Dr. Goldstein's dedication to the field of acupuncture and her extensive expertise make her a respected figure in both clinical practice and education.

The Role of Cosmetic Acupuncture in TCM, Dr. Shellie Goldstein Oct. 11, 2023 $40  

Integrating Facial Acupuncture into Clinical Practice, Dr. Shellie Goldstein Oct. 25, 2023 $40

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Prof. Huang Huang is one of China’s foremost experts in using Jing Fang (classical formula) derived from Shang Han Lun and Jin Gui Yao Lue. With nearly 50 years working in Chinese medicine, Prof. Huang is dedicated to his lifelong study of deferential diagnosis of “herbal patterns”. Prof. Huang’s teaching of the classics closely relates to clinical usage and the concept of “correspondence between formulas and syndromes”. Order Prof. Huang’s newest publication “Huang Huang’s Guide to Clinical Application of Jingfang”

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