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Pulsynergy Made Easy, Part III

Course Type: Live Webinar (counts for Live CEUs in CA)
Units: 8 CEUs/PDAs
Approved by: AHPRA, CA, CTCMA, FL (8 general), IL, IVAS, NCCAOM (8 core), NZRA, TX (8 general)
Date & Time: Sun, July 12, 2015 from 9:00AM-6:00PM, PT

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This is a continuation of Part II. Click here to see the course description of Part I. Taking Part I and Part II are not required but are highly recommended for an optimal learning experience.

In Part III of this three part series, Dr. Chang, renowned pulse diagnostician and herbalist with over 35 years, explains in great length the most commonly seen pulses in each of the cun, guan, and chi position on both arms and their indications in terms of modern biomedical conditions. In addition, Dr. Chang correlates herbal formulas to the different conditions revealed by the pulses found on each of the pulse positions. Students will leave with a concise summary chart that can be used clinically to check for the most commonly seen pulses, how they should feel, what they mean, and what herbs to prescribe.

Upon completion of this course, practitioners will:

  • Know the most commonly seen pulses and their clinical significance in the LU, SP, and KI (Urinary functions) positions. Specific conditions include, but are not limited to, upper respiratory infection (viral), influenza, acid reflux, H. pylori infection and other bacterial infections, chronic superficial gastritis, kidney stones, bone spurs, prostate enlargement, frozen shoulder, urinary tract infections, and past traumatic injuries.
  • Know the most commonly seen pulses and their clinical significance in the HT, LV, and KI (Reproductive functions) positions. Specific conditions include, but are not limited to, infertility, low libido, impotence, hemorrhoids, constipation, skin allergies, emotional imbalance, and Liver organ function disorders.
  • Be able to correlate herbal formulas to the different pulses felt on each of the cun, guan, and chi position.

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Units: 
8 CEUs/PDAs
CA, CTCMA, FL, IL, IVAS, NCCAOM, TX
Time: 
Sun, 07/12/2015 - 9:00am - 6:00pm
Pacific Time
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