Ancient Wisdom Modern Science: The Space Between Performance and Recovery
By: SideCar, LLC

Course Description

We will explore the relationship between the function of optimal performance and the

recovery process that is vital to maintaining balance in our lives and homeostasis

within our bodies. The meridian system and associated organ pairs within the Chinese

Medicine framework serve as a network, an interface between our biochemistry and

our biophysical being. Diagnostic parameters (bian bing) and pattern recognition are

crucial for clinicians to identify the cause and direct therapeutic interventions to

support the natural harmony between performance and recovery, as well as the

process of regeneration and reintegration in-between. This is where ancient wisdom

meets modern science.

Key Clinical Takeaways

• Understand the differential diagnosis of expressions of disease/dysfunction that

diminish performance, slow recovery, and impair regeneration.

• Identify specific nutraceutical, herbal, dietary, exercise (qi gong), and other

lifestyle interventions to support performance and recovery.

• Learn techniques that can bio-hack one’s biology through lifestyle choices,

dietary habits, as well as the clinical use of biophysical modalities to improve

patient outcomes. This course is being provided as part of the partnership between SIDECAR and NutriDyn.

Course Details

  • Ancient Wisdom Modern Science: The Space Between Performance and Recovery
  • By:    SideCar, LLC
  • Instructor:    Joshua Berka, ND, LAc.
  • Total CE Hours:    2
  • Course Format:     Online Distance Learning
  • Course Categories:     DC Continuing Education
  • Course Subjects | CE HOURS:
    • Acupuncture  -2 CE Hours