Advanced knowledge courses offered January - April 2021

If you are a TCM professional and looking to enrich yourself with more advanced knowledge on integrated treatment of autoimmune disease and cancer or in depth understanding of one of the TCM classic - Huang Di Nei Jing - these  two courses might just be the right for you! It will be taught online via Zoom, details are as follows:

1. Integrated Medicine for the diagnosis and treatment of Autoimmune disease and Cancers

Tuesdays from 1:30 - 5:30 pm

January 5 - April 13, 2021 (for 15 weeks duration with 1 reading break - February 16, 2021 )  

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This course is one of its kind offered in Canada. It provides TCM professionals and senior TCM students with broader and deeper knowledge and clinical management for the diagnosis and treatments of diseases according to both Western Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

It will cover some of the most common diseases in the department of Immunology and Oncology that can be treated effectively using TCM modalities such as Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture, tuina massage and so on. Disease discusses may include:

Allergies, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Hyperthyroidism, Cancers of the respiratory system, digestive system, reproductive system and so on. 

2. TCM Classic: Huang Di Nei Jing

Mondays from 8 - 12 am

January 4 - April 12, 2021 (for 15 weeks duration except Family Day - February 15, 2021, Easter Monday - April 4, 2021)

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The focus of this course is to study the TCM classic Huang Di Nei Jing. The class will be exploring the history and theories of the classic text through various excerpts. Participants will also discuss practical applications of its theories for diagnosis, treatment as well as the prevention of diseases. Upon completion of the course, you are expected to to have a better understanding of the roots of TCM theory as well as how this ancient text continues to be relevant to the modern practice of TCM.