TCMzone 2022 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). NCCAOM PDAs and state CEUs are only given if you attend the live online course. You must be signed in to the live course during the times listed for each webinar.
Available Now: Newest Books from Acclaimed Instructors, Prof. Huang Huang and Dr. Young Park
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”
Professor Huang Huang’s Guide to Clinical Application of JingFang – The Chinese & English Edition
Young Park, D.O. is the clinical medical director of Integrative Medicine at Community Health Network in Indianapolis. Dr. Park received a bachelor of science degree in biology from Indiana University and a doctor of osteopathy from the College of Osteopathic Medicine in Des Moines, Iowa. He completed a family practice residency at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Youngstown, Ohio. He has experience in family practice and emergency medicine, as well as integrative medicine and integrative oncology. Dr. Park has a special interest in preventive medicine, Eastern medicine (acupuncture, cupping, Chinese herbs), osteopathic manipulation and functional medicine. Order Dr. Young Park’s Newest Book on Cupping Therapies in Integrative Medicine.
|Modern and Ancient Cupping Therapy A Textbook of Integrative Medicine||65.00|
August 17: TCM for Brain Fog in Long-Covid Patients (English)
TCM for Brain Fog in Long-Covid Patients: The long COVID-19 syndromes are being seen by many healthcare practitioners and some are quite severe. Brain damage related to COVID-19 is widespread, including neurologic and mental disorders. Brain fog is one of the most commonly seen symptoms. TCM brain theory is a newly developing area with focus on brain physiology, pathology, traditional treatment, and modern therapies. This course will introduce the TCM brain theory, the understanding of brain damages related to COVID-19, with specific focus on treatments of brain fog and loss of smell and taste, using acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.
Tianjun Wang Ph.D. graduated from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine (NUCM) in 1989 and worked as a Medical Doctor and Acupuncturist in Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, Nanjing, China for 18 years. Dr. Wang completed his PhD at NUCM, studying and researching Acupuncture in the treatment for depression. Dr. Wang was a clinical supervisor and Vice-professor at NUCM. From 2001 to 2003 he worked as a Lecturer and Acupuncturist in the Mediterranean Regional Centre for Traditional Chinese Medicine (MRCTCM), MALTA. Dr. Wang Was a Senior Lecturer and the Director of Acupuncture Clinic at the University of East London UK (UEL) from 2007 to 2014. He is a Visiting Professor of Liaoning University of TCM, China from 2009. Dr. Wang specializes in depression relief, brain health, pain management and women’s health.
|TCM for Brain Fog in Long-Covid Patients (English-instructed), Aug. 17, 2022|
September 7 & 21: Herbal Case Studies in Internal Medicine (Parts 1 & 2)
Herbal Case Studies in Internal Medicine (Parts 1 & 2): In this course, Dr. Bill Schoenbart will instruct on how to combine herbal formulas to treat internal medicine conditions based on his own clinical experiences. Part 1 will review COVID-19 case studies and Part 2 will review a variety of medical conditions treated with combination formulas.
Bill Schoenbart, DAOM, L.Ac. has been practicing traditional Chinese herbal medicine since 1992 and maintains a clinical practice in Santa Cruz, California. Bill is the associate chair of the Department of Herbology at Five Branches University, and he teaches classes in Chinese herbal medicine and medical theory to acupuncture students. He is the author of two books on Chinese medicine, and he is also the current editor of the Botanical Safety Handbook and is an editorial reviewer for the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia. He works as a consultant to herbal product companies with the goal of providing sound advice regarding the development, manufacture, and maintenance of high quality, safe herbal products.
|Herbal Case Studies in Internal Medicine (Part 1), Sept. 7 2022|
|Herbal Case Studies in Internal Medicine (Part 2), Sept. 21 2022|
October 6 & 20: The Structure of Classical Herbal Formulas (Bilingual)
The Structure of Classical Herbal Formulas (Bilingual): In this course, Dr. Pai will instruct on the coherence between the dynamic diagnosis and treatment protocols with classical herbal formulas. Some of the classic formulas that Dr. Pai will be going over include Jing Gui Shen Qi Wan, Si Ni Tang, Tong Mai Si Ni/Bai Tong/Ma Huang Fu Zi Xi Xin Tang. Dr. Pai will take a part these formulas and instruct on how these herbs interact within the formula to effectively treat advanced conditions.
Understand the coherence between the dynamic diagnosis and treatment through classical herbal formula
Wen-Chiang Pai, L.Ac. obtained his MD and Master of TCM from China Medical University (CMU) in Taiwan. He is one of the few clinicians from Taiwan who was trained in both conventional and traditional medicine. Dr. Pai was involved in the integration of both medicines in academic, clinical and research settings. He served as director of the Acupuncture Department at Hospital of CMU. He has been teaching at PCHS since 1999 and was the chair of the herbal department. Dr. Pai has been in practice for 30 years.
|The Structure of Classical Herbal Formulas (Chinese-instructed), Oct. 6, 2022|
|The Structure of Classical Herbal Formulas (English-instructed), Oct. 20, 2022|
November 2 & 16: TCM Treatment Protocols for Gastrointestinal Diseases (Bilingual)
TCM Treatment Protocols for Gastrointestinal Diseases (Bilingual): Gastrointestinal diseases (G.I.) are very commonly seen in clinics. Many patients are seeking Acupuncture and TCM to treat them. Combining TCM (Chinese herbs) and acupuncture can produce very good results. In this course, Dr. Tian will going to go over the entire G.I. system and common diseases, such as: GERD, Gastritis, Peptic ulcer, Gastroparesis, IBS, Diverticulitis, Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative colitis. His advanced treatment protocols using both Acupuncture methods and useful TCM formulas will be introduced. After the class, attendees will be able to better understand these disease and learn the most current and effective TCM treatments resulting in optimal patient results.
Haihe Tian, A.P., Ph.D. graduated from Beijing TCM University with a Ph.D. He specializes in pain management, internal medicine, oncology, geriatric, allergic and immune diseases. Dr. Tian started to practice and teach acupuncture in America in 1997 and has treated over 100 thousand patients in China and America. 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. He is the president of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine American Alumni Association (BUCMAAA) and president of TCM American Alumni Alliance (TCMAAA).
|TCM Treatment Protocols for Gastrointestinal Diseases, (Chinese-instructed), Nov. 2, 2022|
|TCM Treatment Protocols for Gastrointestinal Diseases, (English-instructed), Nov. 16, 2022|