Blood Stasis: The Forgotten Factor in Geriatric Disease

Blood Stasis: The Forgotten Factor in Geriatric Disease

Blood Stasis: The Forgotten Factor in Geriatric Disease

SKU BP402
Brand Blue Poppy Press
Unit Size CD/Binder
English name Blood Stasis: The Forgotten Factor in Geriatric Disease
 
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Approved for 1 CEU/PDA for NCCAOM and most states' recertification Yan De-xin is one of China's most famous TCM geriatric specialists. While Chinese have related aging to depletion and debility of the kidneys for more than 2,000 years, it was Dr. Yan who created a coherent explanation of why and how the kidneys become depleted with age. This description is based on inhibition of the qi mechanism and the development of blood stasis. In this class, we will discuss the importance of blood stasis in geriatric diseases and various lesser known, secondary diagnostic markers for this condition. About your instructor: Bob Flaws began his study of acupuncture and Chinese medicine in 1977 and was in practice for 25 years before he devoted his energy to research, teaching, and writing on all aspects of Chinese medicine. Bob is a Fellow and past Governor of the National Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, a founder, past president, and Lifetime Fellow of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado, and a Fellow of the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine (UK). Today, Bob has retired from the field Chinese medicine entirely and now spends his time promoting English-speaking teachers of Tibetan Buddhism.

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