Understanding and applying the practice of Chinese herbal medicine can be challenging and at times confusing. This class is designed to clarify when it is most effective to prescribe a Chinese herbal tea (decoction), versus a pill, powder, tincture or medicinal wine.
This one-day course will provide participants with:
- An overview of the different forms of Chinese herbs and their efficacy
- An in-depth discussion of the clinical use of each form
- Suppliers of quality products
- A theoretical framework for determining which form would be most appropriate
- Examples of mixing different forms of herbal medicine tailored to the patient
- Case studies illustrating the application of the theoretical framework
Taught by: Christine Cannon, DAOM, L.Ac., Dipl.OM
Christine is classically trained in Traditional Chinese medicine, and has been in clinical practice since 1992, providing Chinese herbal medicine prescriptions, acupuncture treatments, and dietary and lifestyle counseling in both the private practice and teaching clinic setting. She has completed two clinical internships in China, both with an emphasis on Chinese herbal medicine and received her clinical doctorate in acupuncture and oriental medicine (DAOM) in 2014. Christine has been teaching Chinese herbal medicine since 1995 and is currently teaching Formula’s I at the Institute of Clinical Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Time: 9:00 – 5:00 (1 hour lunch break) Date: February 28, 2016 Location: Institute of Clinical Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Chinatown Cultural Plaza 100 N. Beretania Street, Suite 203B, Honolulu Cost: $125.00 Early registration: Receive a $25.00 discount if you sign up on or before February 14 Continuing education credits: 7 hours (NCCAOM)
To register for this class, please contact Christine Cannon at (808) 463-5884 or email firstname.lastname@example.org