|Her Four Fertile Phases||immediately after purchase||for 2 years|
In this course recorded at YoSan University, students will deep dive into each of the 4 phases of the menstrual cycle. Specific foods and recipes for each cycle will be presented, along with a recommended mindset or emotional emphasis that corresponds to each phase. Rooted in TCM gynecology, this course reveals the myriad of ways patients can be educated and supported when trying to conceive.
Part 1: Introduction, Phase 1, Phase 2
Goals and Objectives
- Deeper understanding of the cyclical changes of female infertility patients
- Appreciation for the predictability of female patients in general, based on what’s happening with their hormones during a menstrual cycle
- Knowledge of which foods and emotions to emphasize at which points in the cycle to improve fertility outcomes
- Awareness of what is possible for women who apply the logic of the 4 phases to their fertility treatment
- Tools and information they can offer patients to increase fertility success
Part 1: Introduction, Phase 1, Phase 2
Lecture begins with the suggestion that women's treatments can be more effective once a patient understands what's happening with hormones and nutritional requirements during the phases of menstruation. Phase 1 pertains to the bleeding phase of the cycle and at this time serotonin levels are their lowest. Phase 2 is the pre-ovulatory phase where a woman will feel the most potential due to rising estrogen levels. Certain acupuncture points and psycho-spiritual therapy suggestions can be used to assist the patient in gaining higher understanding and perhaps a better outcome.
Part 2: Balance, Emotion, Supplements
Part 2 addresses more fully the concept of "restoring balance". What does balance look like for these patients who are solely focused on the goal of having a child? How can we assist them in "achieving balance"? What role do the emotions play in the proper treatment of infertility? And which supplements should be considered at a minimum to positively effect fertility outcome?
Part 3: Phase 3, Phase 4
This part of the class is focused on the luteal phase of a woman's fertility cycle. The foods that she can eat to support her body's progesterone levels are mentioned, as well as herbs, acupuncture and emotional suggestions are recommended for this time that also includes PMS days.
Part 4: Wisdom of the Menstrual Cycle
In this conclusion section, the attendees begin to see how predictable female patients are. An outline and review of the 4 Phases of the menstrual cycle demonstrates how knowing the patient's cycle day allows the practitioner to more easily guide the treatment toward success.
|Is Light the New Needle: An Overview of Light Therapy||immediately after purchase||for 2 years|
This course provides the student with a comprehensive overview of Light Therapy. We will discuss the history and evolution of Light, the basics of Photobiomodulation such as wavelength, color, and depth of penetration. Also discussed will be the science of Light on a cellular level, and how Light alleviates pain and restores the nervous system. We will dive into the differences between Laser and LED Light, Photo-puncture for acupuncture points and meridians. We will discuss the research behind meridians conducting light and what this means to you clinically.
- Introduction: LED & TCM
- What is Light Therapy?
- Meridian Illumination Therapy
- Light Usage & Research
|Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine||immediately after purchase||for 2 years|
|Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine||immediately after purchase||for 2 years||Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine||immediately after purchase||for 2 years|
|Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine||immediately after purchase||for 2 years||Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine||immediately after purchase||for 2 years||Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine||immediately after purchase||for 2 years|
Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine is divided into three modules that build on the basic class Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treatment of Injuries with Chinese Medicine. These three advanced modules further hone the practitioner’s ability to treat injuries and orthopedic conditions with traditional Chinese medicine. These three modules are combined together to offer you 8 CUE/ PDS/ CPD/
Module 1: Treating Blood Stasis and Dead Blood (2 CEU / PDA / CPD)
Goals and Objectives:
- Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treating Bi Syndrome (4 CEU / PDA / CPD)
- Students will demonstrate the ability to identify the five basic kinds of Bi Syndrome and their various manifestations.
- Students will understand what treatments are appropriate for the different kinds of Bi syndrome.
- Students will be able modify treatments according to the patient and situation.
- Students will understand how to advise patients on lifestyle changes and diet as they relate to Bi Syndrome
- Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treatment of Fractures (2 CEU / PDA / CPD)
- Students will understand the differences in the theory and practice of treating fractures in traditional Eastern and modern Western medicine.
- Students will be able to list and detail the Four Stages of fracture healing.
- Students will be able to identify the treatment principles and the appropriate therapies and herbal formulas used in the different stages of fracture healing.
- Students will learn what lifestyle changes (diet, exercise etc.) need to be made to support fracture healing.
- Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treating Blood Stasis and Dead Blood (2 CEU / PDA / CPD)
- Students will be able to distinguish between blood stasis and dead blood and effectively apply the principles of treating blood stasis and dead blood.
- Students will be able to identify and utilize the key formulas for blood stasis due to injury.
- Students will be able to identify the different categories of medicinals used to treat dead blood and effectively employ them to modify herbal formulae.
- Student will gain an understanding of the role of Cold Damage in the formation of dead blood and how to effectively employ the key Shang Han Lun formulae in the treatment of blood stasis and dead blood.