Module 5, Difficult Diseases in Pediatrics explores some of the more complicated autoimmune, psycho-neurological, and lingering pathogenic conditions. Learn from experts with a combined 60 years of experience. Dr. Cowan and Moshe Heller bring their clinical insights to bridge Eastern and Western approaches to treating difficult diseases. Within the course, they present viable treatment strategies for working with some of the more complicated pediatric cases possible.
Students will gain insight into the complexities of difficult diseases in pediatrics from a allopathic and Chinese Medicine perspective
Students will understand how to use Chinese Medicine differential diagnosis to design customized treatment strategies for difficult cases
Students will gain insight into the mechanisms of action of the immune system as it pertains to the neuro-gastro-immune system and auto-immune conditions.
0 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Introduction to difficult diseases in pediatrics. Focus on San Jiao and understanding how SJ influences pediatric development and how pathology can obstruct.
1.5 hrs - 3 hrs
Exploration of Autism Spectrum Disorder, mast cell activation syndrome, and case presentation from Dr. Cowan
3 hrs - 4.5 hrs
Inflammatory Bowel Disease in pediatrics and case presentation from Moshe Heller, L.Ac
4.5 hrs - 6 hrs
Chronic inflammation, auto-immune, and other complex conditions in children. Evaluating Bi Syndrome in Chinese Medicine as corresponding to this category.
6 hrs - 6.5 hrs
Understanding and treating Juvenile Arthritis from a Chinese Medicine Perspective
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.
Stephen Cowan MD is a board-certified pediatrician with over 30 years of clinical experience working with children.
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