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SERIES OVERVIEW

In this online series of 22 two-hour recorded webinars, Dr. Fratkin has chosen 210 classical and modern formulas that have the most value in the clinic. Each course is organized by subject (disease category), and will include 9-10 classical and modern formulas. For each class, the student will learn clinical aspects for a particular disease category, relevant TCM differentiations of the various formulas, and clinical points in choosing and managing the formulas. All of the formulas discussed are available in product form from various manufacturers. In the main portion, we will discuss classical formulas, and will include certain modern formulas that are invaluable in the clinical setting.

Price: $609.00
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CEUs/PDAs: 43.5 Approved: IVAS, Florida, California, Standard Certificate, NCCAOM (46)
Length: 43.5 Hrs
Access Period: Lifetime

COURSES IN THIS SERIES

1. The Most Important Chinese Herbal Formulas - Course 1

Title: Pathogenic Wind-Cold

CEUS/PDAs: 1.5
Approved: IVAS, Florida, California, Standard Certificate, NCCAOM (2)
Length: 1.5 Hrs
Access Period: Lifetime

COURSE OVERVIEW

Class 1: Pathogenic Wind (Part 1) This is session 1 of 22 classes that are arranged by subject. This class is 1.5 hours (with 30 minutes to complete the program worksheet for NCCAOM PDA applicants). For this class, the student will learn about the disease category, its TCM differentiations, and clinical points in choosing and applying the herbal formulas. In this session, students will cover 9 herbal formulas and explore the topics of Pathogenic Wind-Cold (Common Cold - Cold Type) and Nasal and Ear Congestion. A downloadable MP3 audio file, as well as handouts, quiz, evaluation (and program worksheet for those requiring NCCAOM PDAs) will be provided.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • The student will learn classical origins of the formulas covered for Pathogenic Wind-Cold and Nasal and Ear Congestion, their ingredients, and applications.
  • Students will learn the contrasting and comparison elements depending on component ingredients.
  • For each formula in the handout, students will learn the formula name, source classical text and date, author; they will also learn the herbal ingredients in English, Chinese characters, and pinyin with tones.

COURSE OUTLINE

0 hrs - 45 minPathogenic Wind-Cold (Common Cold - Cold Type) — ge gen tang; gui zhi tang; jing fang bai du san; ren shen bai du san

45 min - 1.5 hrsNasal and Ear Congestion — bi min gan wan; bi yan wan; cang er zi san wan; xin yi san

2. The Most Important Chinese Herbal Formulas - Course 2

Title: Pathogenic Wind-Heat