Advanced Seminar Program II Part 1 — Prednisone and Insulin — 4.5 CEU's

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Detailed Discussions on Practical Concerns in the Treatment Room

Each of the live sessions recorded for this course covers a few topics in detailed, thorough and patiently constructed discussions covering wide-ranging areas related to the practice of Chinese Medicine. At many American medical schools seminar learning has replaced lecture style formats. The seminar setting has proven to be a powerful forum for learning for our students as well. During each of the seminar sessions, the practitioners attending propose several diverse subjects and in engaging, interactive discussions, the many dimensions of the issue are surfaced, pulled apart and probed. Any and all questions are welcome and are thoroughly investigated.

Here's what some of the online students have said about this course:

I’m pretty sure I’ve expressed this before: It is great to have this venue to both learn and at the same time validate what I do - my thinking - every day in my practice. And the CEU’s are important, too. It’s just so wonderful to be able to earn them in such a valuable way. And be able to do it sitting by the fire instead of traveling and staying at a motel somewhere. Jack, you are the best. I’m definitely one of your fans. You keep me grounded in TCM and its practicality. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Monica Roslow

I appreciate the approach to patient questioning that you describe in the first part of the session. This will change my approach to my patients for sure. Also, I thought that the discussion of somatization of trauma was very good. Overall, a very enjoyable and useful course.
Shannon Brown

In real-time version, this program has been running virtually uninterruptedly since May of 2000 as The Six Month Advanced Training Program in Acupuncture. Scores of practitioners and students have enthusiastically attended these seminars.
Jack clarifies each subject with immediate practicality, while consistently exposing the discussion of each area of concern in great detail. Multiple approaches to both acute and chronic conditions are explored, responding to the needs of each of the participating practitioners and their patients.


The topics found in this course include:

  • Prioritizing the Approach to Multiple Symptoms
  • Using Acupuncture to Reduce the Need for Prednisone & Insulin
  • The Three Types of Success: Recognizing & Measuring Them
  • Treating & Reducing Back Spasms with Acupuncture
  • Roots and Branches of Persistent Pain

This course is approved for PDA's (CEU's) by the NCCAOM and the states of California and Texas.  The NCCAOM designation for this course is ACHB 319-029. It is given under California Continuing Education Provider Number CEP 592. It is given under Texas CAE Approved Provider Number CAE00019. In order to smooth the way in taking this course, please refer to 'Download Instructions' before ordering this course. This course is connected with 'The Advanced Seminar Program Series II Part 2,' of which it is the first portion of the entire course that was recorded in real-time.

PDA's Awarded: Four and One Half (4.5)
Running Time: Four Hours, Ten Minutes (4:10)
File size: 28.5 MB
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