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Practical Maternity Acupuncture - Part One

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Practical Maternity Acupuncture - Part Oneimmediately after purchasefor 2 years

This course offers acupuncturists an overview of key issues relating to the clinical practice of treating women in pregnancy and the postpartum. This includes western medical concepts impetrative for safe practice as well as experienced treatment suggestions for difficult cases from experienced practitioners. This module includes understanding the treatment of nausea, hyperemesis, threatened miscarriage Pre-labour rupture of membranes, anxiety and depression and postpartum.

Acupuncturists taking this class can expect to:

  • Treatment of nausea in clinical practice
  • Treatment of hyperemesis in clinical practice
  • Treatment of threatened miscarriage in clinical practice
  • Treatment of Pre-labour rupture of membranes in clinical practice
  • Red flag for nausea, hyperemesis and Pre-labour rupture of membranes
  • Treatment of anxiety and depression in clinical practice
  • Treatment with acupuncture in postpartum period
D7 Presenter: 
Debra Betts
Claudia Citkovitz
Sarah Budd
Zena Kocher

Research Literacy in Maternity Acupuncture

$150.00
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Research Literacy in Maternity Acupunctureimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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This course offers acupuncturists an overview of key research issues for reading and understanding research papers in perinatal acupuncture. This includes understanding key research terms with using examples from papers relating to perinatal acupuncture and being able to complete checklists to assess the quality of RTC’s, qualitative and mixed methods papers as well as case histories.

 

Programme outline

Goals and Objectives

  1. Acupuncturists taking this class can expect to:
  2. Understand key research terms to use when discussing research with medical colleagues to promote professional credibility
  3. Understand how to use key research terms from the evidence base when advertising or promoting their pregnancy practice
  4. Identify quality studies that they can share and discuss with medical colleagues and the public 
  5. Understand how to write a case history from clinical practice for publication

 

Programme outline
  • Why research – initial concepts
  • Why becoming research literature has value and looking at the concepts of statistical and clinical significance
  • Using the critical analysis checklist for an RCT
  • Understanding different types of research: Quantitative, Qualitative and Mixed Methods research
  • Considerations for reading a RCT paper
  • Understanding terminology around pragmatic trials and the difference between effectiveness and efficacy
  • Research in practice – findings from PhD research: The use of Acupuncture in threatened miscarriage – a mixed methods study
  • Academic writing: Case histories
  • Understanding Systematic Reviews
D7 Presenter: 
Debra Betts

The Luo-Collaterals: Self-preservation Through Blood Flow

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$75.00
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Live Event
09/08/2019 - 09:00 to 13:30
Pacific Standard Time PST/PDT (Vancouver BC, Los Angeles CA)
Live Online Webinar

Early bird price $75 until Aug 15th. Regular price $99.95

 

Even if you cannot make the scheduled time for the live webinar, you will still be able to watch the recordings. Video recordings of the live webinar are placed into your account within 48 hours of the class, so the course will be waiting for you to watch when you are ready.

Live webinars fulfil all 50 hours of live CEUs for California. You have 2 years access to the recording to complete for CEU/PDA.

 

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The Luo-Collaterals: Self-preservation Through Blood Flowimmediately after purchaseuntil 06/20/2021 - 23:59
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Each time we experience something in life, we process that experience. In order to learn and grow we must have the ability to process life from a sensory, emotional & mental perspective. There are times when the ying and wei qi are overwhelmed by challenges and they are not equipped to deal with the onslaught of experience. The luo-collateral system is uniquely designed to hold on to those experiences which cannot be processed, in the moment, until we are better able to deal with them. The system gives us a chance to gather our resources and then address the challenging experiences.

Learning objectives:

  1. Participants will learn to recognize and treat luo pathology.
  2. Participants will deepen their understanding latency and its association with emotional trauma.
  3. Participants will explore the nature of the differences between pre-natal resources and post-natal processing.
  4. Participants will review and expand their knowledge of the luo-collateral points, pathways and functions.

 

Course Outline:

  • Overview of the channel system and the luo-collaterals place in it.
  • Ying qi & blood for emotional processing.
  • 16 Luo points.  Transverse vs. Longitudinal Luos, Greater Luos and Constitutitonal Luos
  • Resistance to Change
  • Markers for Luo pathology
  • Mental-emotional aspects of each of the 16 Luos
  • Functions, symptoms associated with fullness and emptiness
  • Treatment strategies: 4 approaches to treating the luos.
  • Conclusions, questions and answers
D7 Presenter: 
Yvonne Farrell

Advances in Integrative Reproductive Medicine – Part Two

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553-540
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01-31-2019 through 01-31-2020
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Advances in Integrative Reproductive Medicine – Part Twoimmediately after purchaseuntil 03/24/2021 - 23:59
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Part 2 of the 2-day symposium will showcase the work of leaders in the area Integrative Reproductive Medicine, highlighting the latest advances, practices, and challenges.

 

Speakers and lectures on day 2:

The objectives of this full-day seminar are:

  1. To provide an update on current clinical practices and integrative management of select conditions in Reproductive Medicine and Women's Health, including, Menopause, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), common gynecological malignancies as well as general fertility care.
  2. Provide acupuncturists with practical clinical knowledge on how acupuncture / TCM can be integrated into the care of patients with the above-mentioned select conditions.
  3. Provide acupuncturists with insight on the role of acupuncture / TCM in optimizing pregnancy rates and the future of integrative fertility care.

 

Lectures include:

  • The Future of Integrative Fertility Care
  • Optimizing Pregnancy Rates in Women of Advancing Reproductive Age
  • Integrative Anti-Aging Approach to Enhancing Fertility
  • Fertility Achieved! Success Stories and Experiences from Patients and Practitioners
  • Integrative Reproductive Medicine Research: Highlights of YSU DAOM Dissertations in Integrative Reproductive Medicine
  • Enhancing Ovulatory Function & Fertility in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome with TCM
  • Perspectives on Male Fertility Care
  • TCM Integration into Reproductive Medicine & Fertility Care
D7 Presenter: 
Mao Shing Ni
Paul Turek
Richard Buyalos
Richard Marrs
Shiaoting Jing
Denise Wiesner

Navigating Infertility: Strategies to manage the emotional impact on the mind & hearts of clients

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ACHB 553-468
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07-18-2017 through 06-30-2019
$125.00
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CTCMA 5.0 CEU, category B3 - NCCAOM ACHB 553-468; 5 PDA AC/AOM-BIO
ABORM 5.0 CEU Member Renewal & Exam Prereq
Texas Provider CAE00011, 5 CAE (GEN) - Illinois(225.000020) 5 CE
Alberta CAAA; 5 CEU - NZRA; 5.0 CPD - AACMA; 5 CPD points - Mass. 5 GEN
California 591: 5.0 CEU Cat 1 - Florida 50-8743; 20-619400 5 GEN
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Navigating Infertility: Strategies to manage the emotional impact on the mind & hearts of clientsimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
California
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Learn critical emotional support strategies and self-discovery tools that validate couples hopes and fears that you can apply to empower clients struggling to conceive.

Objectives

  • Understand the 9 key transitions that couples experienced from early “delays” in conceiving, to being in the throes of the struggle, to an unexpected conception
  • Learn the role that societal expectations and pressures have on a couple's identity and sense of self as they experience “month the month” disappointments
  • Expose the impact of “becoming a patient” and the compliant behavior that accompanies the infertility “label”
  • Examine the moments of transition and triggers that lead to acceptance of one's situation, allowing couples to reach back into life, achieving a level of awareness and renewal that dramatically alters their journey to parenthood and beyond

Outline

  • Session 1: Introduction to training structure
    • Research Approach
    • Overview 3 Chapters and 9 key transitions
    • Common cognitive distortions
  • Session 2: Review Chapter 1 “Conception of Doubt” & the 3 associated transitions
    • Transition 1: Social Influences, expectations and pressures
    • Transition 2: Delays in conception collide with expectations
    • Transition 3: Empowering mounting doubt and diminished-self D) Caregiver’s tools and techniques to disrupt “Doubt”
  • Session 3: Review Chapter 2 “Patience to Patient” & the 3 associated transitions
    • Transition 4: Becoming a patient
    • Transition 5: Complying to your “prescription”/label
    • Transition 6: Side effects
    • Caregiver’s tools and techniques
  • Session 4: Review Chapter 3 “Surrender to Life” & the 3 associated transitions
    • Transition 7: Becoming a patient
    • Transition 8: Complying to your “prescription”/label
    • Transition 9: Experiencing the side effects
    • Caregiver’s tools and techniques Case Studies and Q&A Recap, Discuss Evaluations, and Closing Training
D7 Presenter: 
Kate Webster and Marc Sherman
Kate Webster
Marc Sherman

All Disease Becomes Autoimmune: Preventing & Reversing the Autoimmune Process

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ACHB 553-274
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09-10-2014 to 09-10-2018
$199.99
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NCCAOM ACHB 553-275 8.0 PDA BIOMED
CTCMA; 8 CEU, Category B3
Texas Provider CAE00011; 8 CAE (BIO) - Illinois (225.000020) 8 CEU
Alberta CAAA; 8 CEU - NZRA; 8 CEU - Massachusetts; 8 CEU
Florida 50-8743; 20-525639, 8 BIO
California 591: 8 CE hours Category 1
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All Disease Becomes Autoimmune: Preventing & Reversing the Autoimmune Processimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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Autoimmune conditions, which now include at least 155 diseases, are one of the most rapidly-growing category of conditions, affecting some 50 million Americans.  In this seminar, you will learn the specific causes of autoimmune disease, and natural approaches to preventing this rapidly-growing group of conditions at their source.

1) Autoimmune Disease (AD): Overview, Definition

  • AD prevalence, incidence
  • AD etiology #1
  • AD etiology #2

2) Pathophysiology and AD principles of treatment

3) Protomorphogens defined as cellular determinants of function

  • History and principles of protomorphogen (PMG) therapy
  • Structure of a PMG as a nucleoprotein mineral matrix
  • PMG functions

4) Physiological relationship of PMGs to cellular function, reproduction

  • Autoimmune conditions - etiology and treatment
  • The 23 single protomorphogens
  • Integrating PMG therapy into clinical practice

5) PMG manufacturing and safety

  • Use of PMGs in AD
  • The 23 single protomorphogens
  • The PMG combination formulas

6) Integrating PMG therapy into varied clinical situations

  • PMG rotation therapy
  • PMGs for diagnostic and preventative care
  • AD case studies

7) Preventing AD and other degenerative conditions with diet

  • The traditional whole foods diet
  • The standard American diet; popular diet myths
  • Top seven worst foods

8) Principles of whole food nutrition

  • Highly recommended foods
  • Benefits of whole food supplements over synthetic/nutraceutical drugs
  • Resources, conclusion, program worksheet
D7 Presenter: 
Michael Gaeta