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Acupuncture

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • Event date: 4/1/2020 12:00 AM - 12/31/2040 12:00 AM Export event

    The format of this course is as follows:

    1) The first part of the course will start with an introduction to theory, then a review of basic diagnostics of pulse and tongue.

    Theory:

    Qi

    Yin and Yang

    Five Elements

    Blood/Body Fluids

    TCM Diagnosis:

    Pulse

    Tongue

    2) The second part will provide you an overview of TCM nutrition. Properties and functions of food in TCM, and a table of properties for common foods.

    3) The third part will provide you with an overview of treatment according to ZangFu Patterns:

    Common organ patterns, point selection, herbal formulas, symptoms, and applicable western conditions

    4) The last part will focus on common Western conditions and provide TCM treatment guidelines.
    InstructorJennifer Watters, DC, LAc, DACBSP, CSCS
    About the InstructorBio: Jen Watters is a Chiropractor, Acupuncturist, and a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. She attended UC San Diego for undergraduate degrees in Biochemistry/Chemistry and Psychology, where she was also a collegiate rower. Her graduate studies were at Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCU) for Chiropractic and Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degrees. Jen is currently a contracted Health Care Service Provider at the Chula Vista Olympic and Paralympic Training Site. Prior to that, she was clinical faculty as Sports Medicine Clinic Coordinator at SCU, where she still works as adjunct faculty. She also had many years of private practice experience in both her own office and a multidisciplinary medical and surgical center. Jen has assisted in exam development of the California Acupuncture Board Exam, and the written CCSP and DACBSP exams for the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. Her interests outside of work include beach volleyball, yoga, aerial arts and hiking.
    Subject BreakdownQi Yin and Yang Five Elements Blood/Body Fluids TCM Diagnosis: Pulse Tongue 2) The second part will provide you an overview of TCM nutrition. Properties and functions of food in TCM, and a table of properties for common foods. 3) The third part will provide you with an overview of treatment according to ZangFu Patterns: Common organ patterns, point selection, herbal formulas, symptoms, and applicable western conditions 4) The last part will focus on common Western conditions and provide TCM treatment guidelines.
    Total Credits10.00
    FormatDistance - On-demand
    • PACE Provider: DConline
    • Course ID: 8714
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