with Ward Willison
Are you prepared for a crisis such as a worldwide pandemic in your clinic? This video will show you ways to succeed now and in the future. This course is brought to you free and with a free CEU. Mental toughness, grit, and resilience are key components to hanging in long enough to win. Learn how to maintain perspective and get it back once lost. Adrenal response can take over with negative stress. Ward has extensive knowledge and training in these subjects and will walk you through how to work with and manage them. Businesses that run out of money have to shut. Ward has experience as a financial planner and he teaches the building blocks of a financial plan, leading to financial independence. Peek into Ward's well-received “Practice Management Series”. Classify your clinic and what you need to focus on. Long game marketing is the key. Many focus on the short game, which is a reason most clinics close. Examples of both are taught. Learn how to take your clinic online from scripts, what you can do; web services to use and what not to say. Ward’s shows his clinical numbers for the past few years and what a Covid-19 lockdown did to his clinic once it reopened, what changes he made and why, and thoughts of how his practice changed post Covid-19 lockdown. Ward is joined by Dr. John Stan for a discussion on new practitioners, the value of Toastmasters, things he did to stay in business, and much more. Join Ward in helping you to success in your life and practice.
Success in Life and Practice—join Ward on a trip to your success: a business career, a near death accident, and apprenticing for 10 years with a master. His clinic does 2500+ clients with 3 months off a year, since 2008. Learn the processes that work!
with Hamid MontakabSee In Store
Allergies, in particular hay fever, represent the fastest rising pathology around the world. Inherited “Atopic” conditions affect children at an early age and may even prove quite handicapping in some cases. Chinese medicine and acupuncture in particular are quite effective in managing not only the symptoms during the acute phase, but also in treating the deeper roots. This webinar covers: (1) The head energetics involving the sensory portals, ear, nose, throat and the eyes (2) Physio-pathology, diagnostic and therapeutic principles (3) Practical strategies for the treatment of: allergic rhinitis; allergic asthma
Hamid Montakab graduated from the Medical School of Paris, completed an education in acupuncture in France and in China. He practiced in the US and later founded the Academy of Chinese Healing Arts in Switzerland and was co-founder and president of the Swiss Professional Organization for TCM.
with Hui ZhangSee In Store
PHA was firstly popularized in military health care services. Thanks to its fast effectiveness, requirements of few needles (mostly only one needle), convenience and safety, it was honored as “Community Health Promotion Program” by China’s Ministry of Health in 2005 and other rewards. After over 30 years’ development, PHA has gained attraction from doctors all around China, not only in general hospitals in big cities but also in primary clinics in remote areas. Mechanism: originates on the theories of meridians and nerves. It’s the combination of Heart-Shen Controlling in CM and Nervous Regulating. Characteristics: Single Point, Fast Inserting and Withdrawing, Instant Effect, Emphasis on Deqi, Points Name, Easily Understood and Memorized, Movement and Stimulation, Safety Principle of Selecting Points: For certain conditions, specific location is selected, e.g. blood sugar reducing point, insomnia point. For most of the pain points, if it happens only on one side of the body, acupoint is selected contra-laterally i.e. left-right or upper-lower. For example, neck pain point on the left side is used to treat the pain on the right neck. Categorization: 1) body pain points/external pain, 2) organ pain points/internal pain and 3) non-pain points. There are 9 points located on head and neck, 11 on upper limbs, 3 on chest and abdomen, 4 on back, and 11 on lower limbs.
Hui Zhang, Ph.D., is a Chinese Medicine Doctor, Researcher and Educator. Having trained at Chengdu University of TCM in China, he is now based in Denmark. Hui lectures regularly in Denmark and China.
Hamid Montakab graduated from the Medical School of Paris, completed an education in acupuncture in France and in China. He practiced in the US and la...
Success in Life and Practice—join Ward on a trip to your success: a business career, a near death accident, and apprenticing for 10 years with a maste...