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Endometriosis: A Leading Cause of Infertility and Menstrual Pain

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Endometriosis: A Leading Cause of Infertility and Menstrual Pain

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I really enjoyed learning from Dr. Cohen. She is a tremendously experienced TCM practitioner firmly rooted in Chinese Medicine and yet is involved with scientific research on Chinese herbs. Can't wait to read all the supplemental course material as well.
~ Cynthia

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Endometriosis, defined by the presence and growth of uterine glands and stroma outside the uterine cavity, is one of the most common gynecological diseases, affecting at least 5.5 million women in North America.  It is one of the leading causes of infertility in women, yet etiology is not well understood by Western medicine. 

The relationship between endometriosis and infertility is a highly active area of research in both Western and Eastern medicine. 

In this course, Dr. Misha Cohen will explore the interrelationship and integration of clinical Chinese herbal medicine practice and Chinese herbal research for endometriosis in women.

NCCAOM AOM-AC: 
4.00
NCCAOM AOM-CH: 
2.00
NCCAOM AOM-BIO: 
1.00
Texas General Acupuncture: 
4.00
Texas Herbal: 
2.00
Texas Biomedicine: 
1.00
Massachusetts Core Knowledge: 
5.00
Massachusetts Herbal Knowledge: 
2.00
Florida General: 
6.00
Florida Biomedicine: 
1.00
California Category : 
Category 1

Misha Ruth Cohen, a Doctor of Oriental Medicine and Licensed Acupuncturist, is the Clinical Director of Chicken Soup Chinese Medicine, Executive Director of the Misha Ruth Cohen Education Foundation, and Research Specialist of Integrative Medicine at the University of California Institute for Health and Aging, all in San Francisco. She is also an elected Fellow to the National Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She has been practicing traditional Asian medicine for the past 38 years. Dr. Cohen has created Chinese traditional medicine treatment protocols for PMS, infertility, hepatitis, HIV, endometriosis, HPV-related diseases and menopausal syndromes. She has also developed herbal formulas for endometriosis, HIV, Hepatitis C, chronic viral illness, cancer support, fibromyalgia, and the common cold..



$175.00 USD

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I really liked her style of teaching. I especially liked how she stated that we (as Practitioners) needed to make our main reference our CM point-of-view. I struggle with sometimes trying to "Westernize" Chinese Medicine. This Course was a good reminder. ~ Anne

This course was excellent! In fact, I plan on re-watching it ASAP to catch any clinical pearls I may have missed the first time.
~Jonna

I very much liked the detailed information about the Western view of endometriosis.
~Shelly

This was an excellent course, it met, very much, what I was hoping for but also included additional information that I was not expecting but very glad to have (relation of herbs to western pharmacological properties, for example). The instructor did a great job and I am so appreciative of seasoned and successful practitioners sharing their knowledge. Also I appreciate proD's very fine work in making these great classes available.
~ Shauna

Excellent class. Misha really clarified and simplified the treatment of endometriosis.
~ Gabriella

I think Misha Cohen has such amazing experience to pull from. Just getting a chance to tap into a small bit of that experience is amazing.

Great info!

I really enjoyed learning from Dr. Cohen. She is a tremendously experienced TCM practitioner firmly rooted in Chinese Medicine and yet is involved with scientific research on Chinese herbs. Can't wait to read all the supplemental course material as well.
~ Cynthia

Misha presented a very well put-together course. I enjoyed how she asked the attendees questions and pulled us into the discussion.

I would've loved more time on acup point description of what she does in clinic, though she did touch on this at the end.
~ Corrine