By far the most common conditions most acupuncturists treat are neck and back pain. And most acupuncturists do a really good job at it. This course takes an integrative approach to treating these conditions and will expand our diagnostic and treatment acumen. It
Covid has changed our lives. This course looks at how to treat this disease, through its various phases including preventing, treating the initial stages, and any long-haul signs and symptoms using both acupuncture and herbs, as well as other Chinese modalities. We will explore the currently known science behind this virus as well as more general approaches to viral infections and how we approach them from a Chinese medical point of view. This exploration will look at ancient approaches, such as in the Shang Han Lun and Web Bing Xue, as well as current approaches from China. This is a firmly grounded integrative approach from both Western and Chinese understandings with practical approaches for treating your patients.
This course will be a live webinar on Sunday, February 20 and July 31, 2022 from 1-4pm.
A participant in this course will be able to:
- Understand Covid and viral infections from a biomedical perspective
- Apply Chinese and biomedical diagnostics to patients with Covid and other viral infections
- Develop appropriate and effective treatment strategies
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