TCMzone Webinar Recordings with CEU’s/PDA’s
CEU Recordings are 2-hours each, 2 NCCAOM, CA, FL PDA’s/CEU’s, $40 each. Each recording comes with mandatory quiz and worksheet that must be completed for PDA’s/CEU’s.
Advanced TCM Protocols for Rheumatoid Arthritis: This webinar will focus on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treatments for rheumatoid arthritis (RA). The contents will cover the
concept of RA and its clinical characteristics, the TCM understanding and treatment of this disease. The emphasis will be on the treatment of RA, including Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture and other TCM treatments etc. The teacher’s clinical experience will be examined in detail.
David Wang, R.Ac., Dipl.Ac. received his MD from the Jiangxi College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1985, then taught and practiced at Fujian College of TCM. After receiving his M.Med from the China Academy of TCM in 1990, he taught, conducted research and practiced Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine as an attending doctor at Guang-An-Men Hospital in Beijing, China. In 1995 Dr. Wang was invited to teach TCM at the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in Santa Fe, NM and has been teaching and practicing TCM in the U.S. ever since. He has 10 years of hospital experience in China, over 20 years of experience in Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine (TCM) and over 18 years teaching experience in colleges. He has been providing academic leadership, training and guidance as a clinical assistant professor in the college of medicine at OSU, and was the former Dean of Oriental Medicine at the American Institute of Alternative Medicine in Columbus. He runs a successful private practice in Columbus, Ohio.
|Advanced TCM Protocols for Rheumatoid Arthritis (Chinese), Dr. David Wang, June 6, 2018|
|Advanced TCM Protocols for Rheumatoid Arthritis (English), Dr. David Wang, June 20, 2018|
Chinese Medicine for Pediatrics: This presentation will focus on introducing the most up to date TCM treatment protocols for characteristics of Children’s digestion and Treatment of poor appetite, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain in TCM Pediatrics. This will include an in depth analysis of various conditions and TCM and Western perspectives view these conditions.
Baisong Zhong, Ph.D., L.Ac. has been practicing Oriental Medicine for more than thirty years, both in China and the United States. He received his M.D. from the Luzhou Medical College in Sichuan province, China, in 1983 and his M.S. in medicine with focus on childhood asthma from University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He continued at Chengdu University to earn his PhD in internal medicine (specialty: disorders of the immune system). Dr. Zhong started teaching at the American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, in Houston, Texas when he moved to the U.S. He continues to be active at the acupuncture college and is now the director of clinical training, as well as being the chair of the research committee. Dr. Zhong wrote his book, ”Dr. Zhong’s Pediatric Essentials” considered a staple pediatric clinical manual after seeing the need for practical material on Oriental Medicine for pediatrics. Dr. Zhong has been immersing himself in patient care and Oriental Medicine since 1979. In addition to his schooling and teaching; he has also been creating and running research projects, he is a professional member of state, national, and international Oriental Medicine organizations while running a successful private practice in Houston, Texas.
|Chinese Medicine for Pediatrics (Chinese), Dr. Baisong Zhong, Dec. 6, 2017|
|Chinese Medicine for Pediatrics (English), Dr. Baisong Zhong, Dec. 13, 2017|
Neurological Factors in G.I. Disorders: This presentation will focus on how Acupuncture and Chinese herbs can effect neurological factors to improve gastrointestinal functions. Understand common functional diseases affected by neurological factors and how we can adjust these factors to improve G.I. functions and disease outcomes.
Haihe Tian, Ph.D., A.P. received his Ph.D. degree in Chinese medicine from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in China, and was mentored there by internationally known experts in TCM including Prof. Dong Jianhua. After completing his medical degree, he taught and practiced traditional Chinese medicine in the affiliated hospital of Beijing University of TCM. Dr. Tian has been a TCM practitioner and professor in the U.S. since 1997, serving as academic dean and clinical director at the TCM school in Tampa Bay, FL. In his career, he has treated over 100,000 patients in China and America. He has served as a board member of the American Association of Oriental Medicine (AAOM), and as a committee member of the Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (CCAOM). Dr. Tian has published 40 professional papers and 20 medical books, and is a book reviewer for Acupuncture Today. He is the president of TCM American Alumni Alliance(TCMAAA) and American TCM Association (ATCMA).
|Neurological Factors in G.I. Disorders (English), Dr. Haihe Tain, Jan. 31, 2018|
|Neurological Factors in G.I. Disorders (Chinese), Dr. Haihe Tain, Jan. 31, 2018|
TCM Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease: This course will cover the TCM treatment options for Parkinson’s Disease. Including Acupuncture protocols and herbal medicine combinations for the most effective results at varying stages of Parkinson’s Disease.
Arthur Yin Fan, Ph.D., CMD, L.Ac. is a leading specialist in Acupuncture and Chinese herbology, and has two decades of clinical experience in both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Western medicine. He completed years of training in Western medicine diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders as well as a six-year medical residency combining TCM and Western internal medicine. Dr. Fan is currently a consultant for the Integrative Medicine program at the University of Maryland medical school. He practices in Washington D.C.-Virginia area, where he specializes in treatments for pain, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease.
|TCM Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease (Chinese), Dr. Fan June 8, 2016|
|TCM Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease (English), Dr. Fan June 15, 2016|
Top TCM Formulas Used in Teaching Clinic: This 2-part webinar series 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.
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 was the Director of Clinical Services for Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) San Diego, now Academic Dean and 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.
|The Top TCM Formulas Used in Teaching Clinic (Part 1), Dr. Greg Lane, Sept. 12, 2018|
|The Top TCM Formulas Used in Teaching Clinic (Part 2), Dr. Greg Lane, Sept. 26, 2018|
|The Top TCM Formulas Used in Teaching Clinic (Part 3), Dr. Greg Lane, Jan. 16, 2019|
|The Top TCM Formulas Used in Teaching Clinic (Part 4), Dr. Greg Lane, Jan. 30, 2019|
Acupuncture and Herbs for G.I. Motility Disorders This course will discuss TCM methods for treating G.I. functional disorders to prevent structural diseases. These functional disorders include digestion, absorption, secretion and excretion.
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.
|Acupuncture and Herbs for G.I. Motility Disorders (English), Dr. Tian August 10, 2016|
|Acupuncture and Herbs for G.I. Motility Disorders (Chinese), Dr. Tian August 17, 2016|