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Health Concerns: Combining Modern Research & Ancient Wisdom

Treating Pain with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs 4 Part Series (4 CEU 4 PDA)


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Treating Pain with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs:

The last 30 years have witnessed a phenomenal growth in Traditional Chinese Medicine.  Acupuncture and its role in treating pain has aroused the most interest in TCM, particularly among American patients.  Chinese medicine seeks to do more than the generally palliative relief offered by Western medicine.  By using traditional methods of diagnosis, differentiation and treatment selection, authentic Chinese medicine strives to combine the treatment of the root cause as well as the symptoms.  The insertion of needles and the dispensing of herbs is the final act in a refined process of diagnosis and evaluation. 

Purchase and download this four-part course series: Treating Pain with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs.  In each, hour-long class, Andrew Gaeddert will review best practices from the USA and China to help you better treat your patients dealing with pain from the head to toe.  There will be a detailed review of many traditional Chinese herbal formulas as well as their modern equivalents.  Andrew will also discuss the favored treatment protocols, including specific acupuncture points, from a number of leading acupuncturists from around the country. 

Over the four parts of this course, the following will be covered in detail:

  • Clear discussion of the principles of diagnosis, acupuncture point selection and Chinese herbs
  • Most common clinical presenting symptoms
  • TCM pattern review
  • Tips on treating American patients with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs
  • Case studies will be presented 

Why attend this course:

  • A rare perspective on pain  from one of North America’s most experienced clinicians
  • The focus of this class is to provide practical effective tools that can immediately apply to practice
  • Discuss Chinese herbs beyond the textbook: what are the keys to patient results
  • Learn how to treat both the symptoms and TCM pattern
  • Earn continuing education credits upon successfully completing the distance course.

Class download includes 1 year access to:

  • recorded class
  • class reading material
  • class evaluation
  • NCCAOM worksheet

4 CA CE Units, 4 NCCAOM PDA Points, 4 CA Nursing CE Units pending approval. Completed test and course evaluation required from participants in order to receive the Continuing Education Units/Points.

 



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