from May 10, 2020
with Dave Shipsey
from May 10, 2020
Dave Shipsey will discuss some useful Abdominal Acupuncture treatments that can be used to help boost the immune system. He will give a brief insight into the theory of Abdominal Acupuncture and some reasons why it is so powerful therapeutically. Abdominal Acupuncture is easily self administered and Dave will explain how simple it can be used to treat one’s self. He will also give a brief outline of how to treat others using Abdominal Acupuncture.
Abdominal Acupuncture treatments tend to be multi faceted in nature and have wide and varied side benefits which Dave will briefly describe. He will also give you a quick guide to the location of abdominal points so that you can utilize the treatments discussed immediately after viewing.
Dave Shipsey is a Registered Acupuncturist, author, and International teacher of Abdominal Acupuncture. Dave has been teaching Abdominal Acupuncture since 2011 and published the first English book on the subject “Mastering the Art of Abdominal Acupuncture”, in 2015.
from April 24, 2020
with Peter Firebrace
from April 24, 2020
Focusing on the treatment of serious lung disorders and on building immunity, this lecture will dust off old classic points so they are seen in a new and fresh light.
A graduate of the International College of Oriental Medicine, Peter Firebrace, FBAcC, has extensively studied TCM and Chinese language and philosophy. He was a co-founder of Monkey Press, teaches internationally, and also produces songs and poems on topics pertaining to TCM. Peter is in the process of setting up Guan Academy of Chinese Medicine for online teaching.
from April 21, 2020
with Stephen Cowan and Moshe Heller
from April 21, 2020
In this lecture we will discuss the management of seasonal disorders in Children. We will talk about the concept of “preparing the patient to be sick” rather than trying to avoid being sick as well as how to support the immune system to promote recovery. We will present different treatment strategies for common seasonal disorders supported by case studies.
Stephen Cowan MD is a board-certified pediatrician with over 30 years of clinical experience working with children.
Moshe, a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego, has been practicing and teaching Chinese Medicine for the past 24 years. He maintains a busy practice in NYC.
with Emily Rowe, and Christopher EstesSee In Store
While the global cases of COVID-19 have begun to decline, the virus and the medical issues it presents are likely to remain a significant issue for some time to come. As conventional medical therapy is limited, complementary medical providers are well-positioned to use their skill sets in the management of COVID-19, from both a prevention and symptom treatment standpoint. This lecture will introduce the concepts of Functional Medicine as it relates to the immune system and its response to viral infections. We will also review the energetic archetypes and Chinese medical patterns associated with COVID-19 and discuss various approaches to address them with acupuncture, herbs and Acutonics® in sound healing.
Christopher M. Estes, MD, MPH, IFMCP is a dedicated physician whose career has evolved from extensive experience with medically complicated patients. He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic infections, environmental toxicity and their subsequent medical complications.
Emily T. Rowe, MD, AP, IFMCP graduated from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in 2005. Dr. Rowe’s practice melds Chinese herbal medicine and therapies (acupuncture, moxibustion, and cupping) with modern Western diagnostic evaluations, nutritional supplementation, dietary and lifestyle modifications.
with Neil McKinneySee In Store
In this recorded webinar, Dr. McKinney takes a detailed look at how chemotherapy outcomes can be improved by integrative medicine. The webinar begins by discussing how significant increases in efficacy (namely response rate and cure rate) are obtained with immune support, cell cycling management, and inhibition of resistance mechanisms with which cancer cells defend themselves. Dr. McKinney then covers how the correct use of nutraceuticals, IV therapies, acupuncture, botanicals, and TCM herbs can lead to significant improvements in the quality of life of a chemotherapy patient.
Herb-nutrient interactions with drugs will be explored, and the antioxidant vs. Chemo myth will also be debunked. With medicines such as mistletoe, reishi, quercitin, Protectival, cannabis, melatonin, vitamin B-12, acetyl-L-carnitine, co-enzyme Q-10 and other common agents, practitioners of all types can have a huge impact on the risk of harm versus chance of benefit from these toxic chemotherapy agents.
After the allopathic focus of chemotherapy, you, as an integrative health care practitioner have the ability to provide incredible support to the chemotherapy patient through detoxification and education of positive changes in lifestyle, body-mind-spirit, and nutrition to support long-term health.
In practice for over 30 years, Dr. Neil McKinney, ND, has extensive experience in Naturopathic Oncology as well as Naturopathic Medicine. He graduated from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine and is a founder and instructor at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine; in addition, he founded the BCNA, instructs internationally, and is an author on naturopathic topics.
A graduate of the International College of Oriental Medicine, Peter Firebrace, FBAcC, has extensively studied TCM and Chinese language and philosophy....
Moshe, a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego, has been practicing and teaching Chinese Medicine for the past 24 years. He main...
In practice for over 30 years, Dr. Neil McKinney, ND, has extensive experience in Naturopathic Oncology as well as Naturopathic Medicine. He graduate...
Emily T. Rowe, MD, AP, IFMCP graduated from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in 2005. Dr. Rowe’s practice melds Chinese herbal medici...