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This is an exciting episode of the Sperb’s Herbs podcast. This episode covers the herb Shilajit.
Learn why TCM is essential for childbirth. Dr. Deb Davies, DACM, L.Ac., shares her perspective as a doula, childbirth educator, and licensed acupuncturist on labor and delivery and TCM.
One in four American adults are diagnosed with arthritis. And, as practitioners, we often see it in the clinic. This course will look at various arthitides, especially osteo- and rheumatoid, from both a biomedical and Chinese medical point of view.
This course looks at the roles and responsibilities of acupuncturists and how to proceed with a report.
Greg Sperber examines the 7 steps to avoid herb-drug interactions.
Charting is the best way to protect ourselves from medicolegal problems. It is also crucial to our patient care. This course will help us: be better at charting, get paid by insurance companies, as well as our patients and protect ourselves.
Greg Sperber discusses medical ethics and how they apply to Acupuncture and Oriental Medical Practices.
This will be a logical and philosophical exploration of herbs, why and how co-evolution has played a role in their effectiveness.
In todays competitive market, adding ancillary services to your practice promotes profesional visibility, enhances your treatment results, adds monetary value to your service menu, and increases business revenue.
Are we able to plot a course that combines the two perspectives to make a more effective treatment? Or is Chinese medicine alone enough? Let’s find out!
This will help you look at the biomedical side of these conditions including the pathophysiology, common (and not so common) lab tests, and treatments, mostly pharmaceuticals. Then we will look at how Chinese medicine can help.
Knee, elbow, and shoulder pains are incredibly common. And the shoulder is probably the most complex joint in the body. This course takes an integrative approach to treating these conditions.
In these interactive group sessions, participants will get a chance to discuss real cases with Moshe Heller and Stephen Cowan as well as invited guests. This session covers: Diagnosis and Treatment of Respiratory Conditions in Children