TCMzone 2020 Monthly CEU Webinars
All individual CEU Webinars are 2-hours, 2 NCCAOM, CA, FL, IL Board CEU’s, $40 per course
NEW DATE: April 8, 2020, 12-2PM PT: TCM Herbal Formulas for Specific Health Conditions (Insomnia, Dysmenorrhea, Sjogren’s Syndrome, etc.), (Parts 1 & 2) by Greg Lane, DACM, L.Ac.
TCM Herbal Formulas for Specific Health Conditions (Parts 1 & 2): This course will include two parts; the first part will review history and information on Insomnia, Dysmenorrhea and Prostatic Hypertrophy. The second part will review chronic Pharyngitis, Sjogren’s Syndrome, and Post-Partum Fever. Attendees will learn the TCM protocols for treating these health conditions, biomedical standards of care, case reviews and TCM principles.
Greg Lane, DACM, L.Ac. is the Director of Clinical Services for Pacific College of Health Sciences, 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 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. He believes in prevention and promoting a healthy, active lifestyle, incorporating diet, mindfulness, Tai Chi and Qi Gong.
|TCM Herbal Formulas for Specific Health Conditions (Part 2), Greg Lane, April 8, 2020, 12-2PM PT|
April 1 & 15, 2020, 11AM-1PM PT: Pulse Diagnosis for Women’s Conditions (Bilingual) by Yi Qiao, L.Ac.
Pulse Diagnosis for Women’s Conditions (Bilingual): The pulse images not only reflect the condition of the qi, blood and blood fluids, the functions of the zangfu organs, but also reveal the pathological changes, identify pathogens and pathogenesis, pulses can even indicate the mental and emotional status of the patient. Therefore, to known how to correctly read and interpret pulse images is one of the most fundamental skills in TCM diagnose. This course focuses on pulse diagnosis for female patients. Attendees will be exposed to common pathological pulses related to gynecological conditions. Upon successful completion of this course, the practitioners will have gained the basic skills and knowledge about pulse diagnosis technique, and know how to interpret pulse images and their indicators.
Yi Qiao, L.Ac. graduated with her medical training from Bejing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. After practicing in China and the United States, in 1991, she started working at Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine schools in Los Angeles, as a faculty member, practitioner and administrator. The courses she has been teaching include Chinese herbal medicine, oriental diagnosis, herbal formula and Chinese internal medicine, etc.. She is author of Traditional Chinese Medicine Herbal Formula Study Guide and currently holds a position as Associate Dean, Academic Dean, and Clinic Director at different Oriental Medicine schools.
|Pulse Diagnosis for Women’s Conditions (English), Yi Qiao, April 15, 2020, 11AM-1PM PT|
May 6 & 20, 2020, 12PM-2PM PT: Microbiome & Improving Clinical Results with Herbs & Lifestyle (Parts 1 & 2), Dr. Janet Zand, OMD, L.Ac.
Mirobiome & Improving Clinical Results with Herbs & Lifestyle (Parts 1 & 2):This 2-part series serves as a guide to the gut microbiome and explains why it’s so important for our patient’s health and how TCM can rebalance and improve the function of our Microbiome, thus impacting overall patient health. Dr. Zand will review what the gut microbiome is and how it affects different areas of the body to present different conditions and how this is viewed from a TCM perspective. She will present on different TCM patterns & syndromes and how these are related to the microbiome and how practitioners can use tools of TCM to enhance and balance the microbiome.
Janet Zand, OMD, L.Ac. has over thirty years of private practice experience in natural medicine including acupuncture, herbal medicine, functional medicine, and nutrition. She has taught and lectured to physicians, acupuncturists, chiropractors and nurses throughout the United States and Europe. Dr. Zand is the author of Smart Medicine for a Healthier Child, A Parent’s Guide to Medical Emergencies, and Smart Medicine for Healthier Living and The Nitric Oxide Solution, and she currently writes a popular weekly Women’s Health e-alert. 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. In 2009, Dr. Zand joined forces with Dr. Nathan Bryan in nitric oxide research and the co-formulation of NEO40, a nutritional supplement that has since sold over a million doses. Zand cofounded Zand Herbal Formulas, Inc., and was Chairman of the Board for more than twenty years.
|Mirobiome & Improving Clinical Results with Herbs & Lifestyle (Part 1), Dr. Janet Zand, May 6, 2020, 12PM-2PM PT|
|Mirobiome & Improving Clinical Results with Herbs & Lifestyle (Part 2), Dr. Janet Zand, May 20, 2020, 12PM-2PM PT|
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) .