Continuing Education Courses
Find the latest offerings on acupuncture, Chinese medicine and Asian medical arts such as Qi Gong. Our list provides information on upcoming continuing education courses, global conferences and international study. If you would like to request a listing to be posted here fill out our form. ASDC reserves the right to edit announcements/submissions. Several organizations offer ASDC members discounts and are indicated below.
Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine
21.5 PDA pending from NCCAOM Early-birds save $70 if registered by Feb. 20!
Obesity Epidemic: Hormonal and Metabolic Disruption
Naturopathic Strategies for Mold Exposure
Comparing Immune Modulating Botanicals with Drugs
Migraines: Pathophysiology and Differential Treatment
Understanding Biological Diversity and Aging
Acute Opiate Withdrawal: An Herbal Protocol
Panel: Botanicals and Cancer Immunotherapy
Plus Friday Pre-conference Intensive: Jason Miller, DACM: Neurological and Cognitive Decline: Traditional Solutions and Modern Science
See full program, which includes herb walks and medicine making demonstrations in the herb garden. Early bird registration ends Feb. 20. CE credits for health professionals (nurses, naturopathic physicians and acupuncturists). Information: www.botanicalmedicine.org (541) 482-3016.
What You Need to Succeed: Essential Skills in Managing Pain with AOM Modalities
presented by Anthony Von der Muhll, L.Ac., DNBAO, FAIPM
16 NCCAOM PDA & 16 California CEU (Category 1 Live) pending
Course Description: What You Need to Succeed: Essential Skills in Managing Pain with AOM Modalities is a 2-day, in-depth study of theory, principles, modalities, and techniques of integrative pain management. This course will provide participants with the fundamentals needed to successfully assess, document, and treatment chronic pain cases. Participants can expect to gain proficiency in patient communication and education related to pain, pain-specific history taking, medical documentation, physical exam skills (including range of motion, strength testing, sensory function), effective AOM treatment modalities (including cupping, gua sha, myofascial trigger point needling, electro-acupuncture, bleeding, distal needling, and herbs), and comprehensive treatment planning.
Medicines from the Earth Herb Symposium
23.0 PDA pending from NCCAOM. Early bird registration ends March 5!
Slow the Decline: New Developments in Brain Boosting Herbs
Cancer and the Aging Genome
Naturopathic Therapies for Stroke Recovery
Keynote: Endocrine Disruptors: What We Can Do – Leo Trasande, MD, MPP
Pre-conference Intensive: The Impact of Stress on Accelerated Aging: Botanical Remediation with Lise Alschuler, ND
Program also includes herb walks, medicine making demonstrations and panel discussions.