Calendar of Events

The Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY) offers information on upcoming continuing education opportunities that meet the requirements established by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) as a service to the community. The information and views presented in these educational opportunities are not reviewed or endorsed by ASNY.

Upcoming events

    • October 01, 2016
    • 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Pacific College of Oriental Medicine NYC 110 William Street, 19th Floor, New York, NY

    Presented by Kim, Jongwoo, Ph.D., KMD

    Date & Time: Saturday, October 1st, 2016 2PM ~ 6PM
    Location: Pacific College of Oriental Medicine NYC
    110 William Street, 19th Floor, New York, NY

    Cost: $80 for practitioners / Free for students (with proper school ID) Mental health is one of the rising concern in current health care. The medical education specialized in mental health exist in Korea, as there is the department of oriental neuropsychiatry as a specialty. Korean Medicine in mental health collectively covering the body-mind and it governs emotions via acupuncture and herbs. The course will covers the clinical process of neuropsychiatric and mental problem using Korean Medicine. It introduce the concept of ‘Hwabyung’, which is medically recognized as an anger syndrome in Korean and its management. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn and understand the clinical protocol and algorithm for treating neuropsychiatric disorder and mental problems using KM.

    Cost: $80 for practitioners / Free for students (with proper school ID)

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    • October 02, 2016
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 616 N. Highland Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15206


    Beside the Point

    Ethics and Communication in Acupuncture

    Examining and enhancing the practitioner/patient relationship


    We learn all kinds of techniques and treatment approaches in acupuncture school, but not so much about how to use ourselves in the healing relationship.  Both ethical and psychological considerations come into play in this aspect of our work.

    How can we attend to that part of the work? How can we refine the way we communicate with our patients?

    The first part of the class will address boundaries and relationships, scope of practice and respecting the rights and dignity of our patients in considering ethical issues in practice.

    Time will be given to address informed consent and confidentiality, as well as HIPAA and mandated reporter requirements.

    The second part of the class will address treatment philosophy and the use of communication in the role of the acupuncturist as a skilled helper.  We will define and refine key communication skills.

    Using such concepts as framing, reframing, empowerment, active listening, collaborative listening and the therapeutic use of self, participants will acquire new tools to consider and enhance communication with patients.   We will consider mindfulness and related skills as an example of a treatment philosophy that can enhance acupuncture care. The class will include lecture, small group work and group discussion. Come with questions and be prepared for lively conversation

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    3.5 Ethics PDA

    3.5 Professional Enhancement PDA


    Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

    616 N. Highland Ave

    Pittsburgh, PA 15206

     

    Cancellation Policy - 50% refund before September 2nd - No Refund on/after September 24th.

     

    With State Association Membership register before 9/1   $120.00, register after 9/1 $140.00

    • October 08, 2016
    • 8:30 AM
    • October 09, 2016
    • 5:30 PM
    • Won Institute For Graduate Studies 137 South Easton Road, Glenside, Pa 19038


    Battlefield Acupuncture 

    With John Howard


    The Basic Battlefield Acupuncture Class (Day 1) is the first of two classes. The basic Battlefield Acupuncture Protocol can achieve a success rate of 80 to 90% of pain free relief in just one treatment. Some treatments can take seconds to achieve this rate. In others it might take a few minutes. With this protocol you will know in minutes, if not seconds, whether it will be effective for your patient.

    In the Advanced Battlefield Acupuncture Class (Day 2) we will take what you learned from the basic Battlefield Acupuncture class and build on that foundation. In the Advanced Battlefield Acupuncture class we will introduce many new ideas, treatments, techniques and protocols that will enhance your clinical effectiveness overnight. One of the many methods you will learn in this class is combining certain aspects from the Battlefield Acupuncture protocol to Nogier’s Three Phases system. After learning this technique you'll be able to treat just about any patient’s condition that comes through your clinic.

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


    You will receive 7 CEUs from NCCAOM for Day 1 and 8 CEUs for Day 2.

    Cancellation Policy - 50% refund before September 8th - No Refund on/after October 1st.

    • October 09, 2016
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel, 135-20 35th Ave., Flushing, NY 11354


    New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine

    20th Anniversary Celebration of

    New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine

     

    Seminar 2016-07: Grandmaster Jin Zhang's Acupuncture Techniques & Demonstration with Dr. Guirong Dong

    Speaker: Grandmaster Jin Zhang & Prof. Guirong Dong (Chinese Lecture with English translation)
    Date & Time: Sunday, October 9, 2016 [10:00AM-5:00PM] (7 NCCAOM PDA Points)
    Location: Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel, 135-20 35th Ave., Flushing, NY 11354

    Grandmaster Jin Zhang's Lecture:

    1. Origin and development of acupuncture manipulation techniques
    2. Basic skills (insertion, arrival of qi)
    3. Single techniques
    4. Compound techniques
    5. Theory of mountain-burning fire & heaven-penetrating cooling

    Prof. Guirong Dong's Lecture:
    Acupoints is one of the core issues of acupuncture science. This lecture will discusses the origin, evolution of acupoints and the conception, location, biofunctional characteristics, and also analyzes their clinical speciality rules according to a great lot of literature and basic clinical research achievement. Acupoints is both a receptor and an effector of the human body. Acupoints has it’s own aptotic physical, chemical, biological, and immunological properties. It’s emphasized also that the functional property and the normality and living property of acupoints is crucial. Acupuncture is a way to stimulate and start the balance-regulation system of the human body itself and keeps the system working well to regulate the disequilibrium of body. Acupunture efficacy depends on the accumulation and magnification of acupuncture effects.

    About the Speaker: Grandmaster Jin Zhang, formerly known as Gaoliang Zhang is regarded as a famous acupuncture expert both in China and internationally. He is designated as one of the representatives of the "acupuncture" cultural heritage by the United Nations. Master Zhang was the director of the Heilongjiang Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He served as three-time director of the China Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. Prof. Zhang was awarded a lifetime achievement award from the China Association of Chinese Medicine in 2014. He is also an honorary professor in schools across Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Japan and the United States. Grandmaster Zhang currently serves as a consultant for the China Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, honorary chairman of the acupuncture and moxibustion branch of the China Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion and the honorary president of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Society of Heilongjiang province.

    Dr. Guirong Dong is a professor at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, an advisor in the doctoral program. Dr. Dong is the director and cheif physician at Yueyang Affiliated Hospital of Shanghai University of TCM. He is a specialist in areas such as cerebrovascular and encephalopathic diseases. Prof. Guirong is the clinical research director of Shanghai Acupuncture Meridian Research Center - Yuyang base. Dr. Dong graduated from Harbin Medical University in 1980 and later received his MD from Heilongjiang University of TCM.  He received many awards as well as developing new theories and treatment protocols. Dr. Guirong Dong specializes in neurological disorders such as stroke, facial paralysis, myelopathy, and cerebral palsy, joint disorders, dysmenorrhea, menopausal syndrome and hair loss.

    Please log on http://www.nyctcm.edu/Alumni/ContinuingEducation.aspx for registration and payment if you are interested in this special seminar.

    • October 15, 2016
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services 124 East Court Street Ithaca, NY 14850
    • 29



    The Role of Chinese Medicine and Qigong in Healing from Trauma

    In Ithaca, NY !!!

    7 NCCAOM PDA's Awarded

    Well-known experts on trauma agree that learning to be present in our bodies is crucial for recovery from all kinds of historic trauma. In this class, Will Fudeman, LAc.,LCSW reviews research findings on what empowers healing from trauma, provides basic guidelines for effective healing relationships with trauma victims, and leads participants in qigong practices to bring us into our bodies. Learn how acupuncture can provide an ideal complement to psychotherapy for victims of all sorts of trauma.

    COURSE OBJECTIVES

    1. Identify various forms of Trauma­ from warfare, physical and sexual abuse, natural disasters, automobile accidents, and childhood neglect.

    2. Understand the limitations of talk therapy in healing trauma (based on modern neuroscience), and the role acupuncture and qigong practice can play to empower people suffering from PTSD to heal from trauma.

    3. Learn guidelines for establishing a healing relationship with trauma victims, including asking permission to touch, asking the client to voice any discomfort immediately, and setting a tone of genuine presence, safety and empowerment for the client.

    4. Learn how simple qigong practices can be effective for self­regulation of mood, allowing trauma victims to decrease flashbacks, as they increase their ability to be present in their bodies.

    REGISTER TODAY AT www.ASNY.org


    • October 16, 2016
    • Swedish Institute Department of Continuing Education 226 West 26th Street, Floor 5 New York, NY 10001
    INTRO to TRIGGER POINT ACUPUNCTURE: HANDS-ON NEEDLING PRACTICE

    6 NCCAOM PDA Points

    This review of myofascial trigger point (TrP) needling consists mainly of hands-on practice. Participants learn about the Chinese meridian system as a myofascial map, step-by-step palpation, tips on TrP needling and the recipe for success. The class includes demonstrations of palpation and TrP needling techniques followed by practice on each other.

    In the palpation practice, you assess individual muscles and body regions for temperature, tissue qualities and active TrPs. At the end of this practice, you've gained palpation skills and well as an understanding of how different bodies and tissues feel, how it feels to be palpated and how to locate TrPs.

    In the needling practice, you apply the technique and get direct feedback on your success. A contemplative atmosphere is maintained during practice times in order to help everyone work together consciously and best absorb the learning.

    Lastly, grand rounds style treatments help you to understand TrP release in the context of the meridian system.

    You leave class with a basic needling technique that you can use immediately in your treatment rooms. This introductory class prepares you for Trigger Point Needling classes Parts II and III.

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER: TWO DATES OFFERED



    • October 16, 2016
    • 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • NYCTCM , 200 Old Country Rd #500, Mineola, NY 11501
    • 29


    Open Forum on Acupuncture in New York State

     

    Sunday October 16, 2016

    10:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M.

     At

    New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine

    A public meeting hosted by New York State Education Department State Board for Acupuncture and the Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY). This is an opportunity to obtain an overview of the regulatory structure of acupuncture in NYS, and an open forum to discuss important topics in the profession with members of the NYS Board, such as the use of herbs, dry needling, scope of practice issues, business structure issues, and legislation concerns.

     

    2 NCCAOM PDA's Approved!!


    • October 22, 2016
    • 10:00 AM
    • October 23, 2016
    • 6:00 PM
    • Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-NY 110 William St. 19th floor

    Clinical Energetics/Integrative Cranio Sacral Intensive Intensive Workshop for

    Acupuncturists, Bodyworkers, Healthcare Practitioners


    with Gary Strauss


    14  NCCAOM PDA/CEUs Approved. NY State Massage Board Approved Provider 14 CEUs


    •Practice simple methods to increase your capabilities as a healer

    & achieve more effective results

    •Increase your skills in working with energy and holding space for healing

    •The skills gained in this workshop can be put into practice immediately by Massage & Chinese Medicine practitioners and students alike

     

    Students who attended Gary’s classes in the past comment that they are the best workshops they’ve ever participated in for healers.

     Gary Strauss, founder and executive director of Polarity Therapy and CranioSacral Unwinding Programs, has been teaching for over 20 years, and has trained thousands of students and teachers throughout the U.S. and Europe.

     

    Practitioners $350/Students $150

    Earlybird discount by September 22: $325/$125

    (10% discount for ASNY members & PCOM faculty and alumni)  

    DON’T MISS OUT!  REGISTER EARLY TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT.

    Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-NY 110 William St. 19th floor

    Register online at http://bit.ly/2bXTcky

    Contact Cynthia Neipris at cneipris@pacificcollege.edu or 212-982-3456 x229 with questions.


    • October 29, 2016
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Tri State College of Acupuncture 80 Eighth Avenue, Suite 400, New York, NY 10011

    Ophthalmology & Natural Vision Therapy for Acupuncturists

    7 NCCAOM PDA's


    Natural vision therapy views the eye and vision as parts of a holistic full body system, that has connections to the neurological, physiological, psychological, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of the individual.
 Participants in this seminar will learn how acupuncture and Chinese medicine are utilized with vision therapy, nutrition, and metabolic testing in the treatment of vision conditions.

    By the end of this seminar the student will have an understanding of the following:
    • The role of human development in relationship to the visual system.
    • A holistic model of vision that includes how vision affects total health.
    • How to assess various vision imbalances according to Chinese medicine and holistic medicine.
    • Acupuncture techniques and protocols for certain vision conditions.

    About the Instructors: Dr. Marc Grossman, OD, L.Ac & Dr. Andy Rosenfarb, ND, L.Ac

    Dr. Marc Grossman has been practicing as a behavioral optometrist for 36 years and holds degrees in optometry, biology and acupuncture. He is the co-author of the best selling books, The Magic Eye - How to See 3D, Natural Eye Care-An Encyclopedia, Greater Vision-A Comprehensive Program for Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Clarity, and his new international best seller Beyond 3D: Magic Eye, 

    Dr. Andy Rosenfarb has been leading the field in integrated treatment methods that combine Traditional Chinese Medicine, Naturopathic Medicine and new cutting-edge therapies to help people suffering from debilitating eye diseases to maintain and improve their eyesight since 1997. He is the author of “Healing Your Eyes with Chinese Medicine,” and co-author of “Ophthalmology in Chinese Medicine.”

    CLICK HERE FOR EVENT INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION









    • October 30, 2016
    • Swedish Institute Department of Continuing Education 226 West 26th Street, Floor 5 New York, NY 10001

    Swedish Institute Continuing Education

    Cupping Therapy: Hands On Practice


    THE SEPTEMBER 11th COURSE IS NOW FULL, WE HAVE JUST ADDED A SECOND DATE FOR OCTOBER DUE TO DEMAND

    Please note that there will again be a limited number of spots available for this class, since the instructor will be providing the glass cups for use during the class rather than having students purchase and pay separately. And as the first class sold out in less than a week, we recommend you register right away to reserve your spot for this one

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    Cupping has caused quite a media stir in this summer's Olympics, when eye-catching bruises were so clearly visible on Michael Phelps as well as members of the United States men’s gymnastics team. Twitter exploded with questions and comments, and news outlets from NBC and ABC included segments on Cupping in the following evening's nightly news.

    While it is clear that this year's Olympic athletes in particular are using Cupping to reduce soreness and speed up healing of overworked muscles, cupping therapy delivers a far more broad range of effective health benefits. Developed over 3000 years in China, Cupping therapy instills century-old Chinese Medicine wisdom as a natural alternative to our holistic health. Adhering to the essence of traditional Chinese medicine, Cupping therapy stimulates energy points along the body to promote Qi (energy) flow and remove toxins thereby promotes body’s inborn healing power to combat pains in muscle and joints, fatigue and boost immune systems, as well as anti-aging benefit for health, wellbeing and beauty.

    In this upcoming class, Dr. Ping Zhang will teach how to use cupping methodology to treat both muscular pain syndrome and neurological pain syndrome, as well as asthma and digestive disorders. This class includes lecture and instructor-led demonstration, followed by hands-on practice so that you will leave with the ability to incorporate this therapy into your practice and with your clients.

    8 NCBTMB, 8 FL State, 8 NCCAOM pending




















    • October 30, 2016
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Tri-State College of Acupuncture, 80 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10011

    Social Media Marketing for the Acupuncturist

    7 NCCAOM PDA's Awarded

    Professional Enhancement Category

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    Did you know that according to NCCAOM statistics, acupuncturists are not making ends meet?

     In 2008, NCCAOM statistics showed that 70% of TCM practitioners grossed $61,000. This is extremely alarming because from that $61k one would have to pay rent, bills, student loans, business expenses, and taxes, often leaving acupuncturist in the red.

    Due to the difficulty to make ends meet, practitioners often need second jobs in order to make a living or even give up on TCM all together finding other careers that will help them pay the bills. This is not only bad for the profession and the practitioners that have spent years studying and pursuing their passion of treating patients, but also for the people that seek out this amazing form of medicine. This issue has been around for a while and, unfortunately, schools are inadequately preparing students by giving them out dated information that is clearly not working.

     After being in private practice, I have found ways to create a successful business without spending money on advertisements hoping people come to my office.

     This course is great for senior students that want to hit the ground running after they graduate as well as practitioners that feel they are not growing and want a new way to bring patients into their clinics.

    Learning Objectives:

    • 1)    Define (UEP) Unique Expert Position
    • 2)    How to create a good online presence
    • 3)    How to write blogs for your niche
    • 4)    How to use social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
    • 5)    How to come up with quality content for your followers
    • 6)    How to market your practice for free or with minimal funds
    • 7)    How to set up your website that will attract the patients you want
    About the presenter: 
    Dimitri Boules is a Licensed Acupuncturist, Licensed Massage Therapist, and author of The Oak Point Method, The A.R.T. of Treating Pain & Creating a Successful Practice. He's also the co-owner of OAK POINT HEALTH & VITALITY CENTER. His Queens, NY practice has rapidly become the Go-To clinic for holistic therapies in an area saturated with acupuncturists. Boules has made this possible by using out-of-the-box marketing strategies which have positioned him as an expert in the field. Best of all, these strategies require little to no funds. Join Dimitri Boules to learn how you can also become the Go-To Acupuncturist in your community and begin living a financial, burden-free life.

    For more information, you can visit his website at www.oakpointhealth.com and follow him on Facebook @oakpointhealth.

     


     

    • November 05, 2016
    • 9:00 AM
    • November 06, 2016
    • 6:00 PM
    • TSCA, 80 8th Avenue,4th Floor, Grand Rounds Room, New York, NY 10011

    Sports Korean Medicine Certification, Team Doctor Program Session 1

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    16 NCCAOM PDA's AWARDED

    The Team Doctor Program is a 4 session program, utilizing traditional Korean Medicine diagnosis and treatments, once completed will receive an International Certification in the Sports Korean Medicine (SKM).

    The goal of Sports Korean Medicine is to facilitate the recovery of the musculoskeletal system to a physiological state when injuries are inflicted to muscles, ligaments, cartilages, and bones. Traditional Korean Medicine diagnosis, such as zang-fu and constitution analysis, and treatment modalities of acupuncture, tuina manipulation, herbal medicine, Sasang constitutional medicine and pharmacopuncture along with conventional
    medicine are used to help heal and restore balance to the body. The first session covers details in the training and education on diagnosis, treatment and prevention of all reversible injuries of the musculoskeletal system that may occur due to injuries in everyday life or while participating in sports activities.

    Module 1 - Functional approach to anatomy in Korean medicine, Part 1

    This module will examine the functional anatomy of the musculoskeletal system in respect to Korean Medicine. Based on these concepts, evidence-based theory to treat musculoskeletal dysfunction will be presented.

    Instructor: Hyunsam Lee, Ph.D, KMD

    Vice President, Society of Sports Korean MedicineTeam Doctor, Korea Volleyball Association, Korea Professional Football League &amp; Korea National Football League
    Doctor of Athlete’s Village, 2015 Gwangju Universiade Games

    Module 2 - Disorder of the musculoskeletal system in view of Korean medicine, Part 1

    The module will discuss the imbalance of the 5 Zang and the 6 Fu that can disrupt the Meridians and cause problems in the musculoskeletal system. The module will approach the treatments and adjustments of the whole body, which includes the 5 Zang and the 6 Fu, to treat the dysfunction of the musculoskeletal system.

    Instructor: Jungjin Je, Ph.D, KMD

    President, Society of Sports Korean Medicine
    Team Doctor, Korean National Training Center for Paralympic Doctor of Athlete’s Village, 2015 Gwangju Universiade Games, 2014 Incheon Asian Games &amp; Para games &amp; 2011 IAAF World Championships Daegu

    Module 3 - Enhancement of movement through balance control of joint articulation, Part 1

    This module will examine the patterns of movement to understand the articulation of joints, the classification of joint movement and pain will be discussed. In addition, the treatment of using taping and manipulations.

    Instructor: Sangchul Ha, Ph.D, KMD

    Past-President, Society of Korean Medicine
    President of medical committee for Korea Volleyball Association &amp; Korean Ice-hockey AssociationTeam Doctor, Korea National Volleyball Team &amp; Iran National Volleyball Team (Past) Doctor of Athlete’s Village, 2014 Incheon Asian Games &amp; Para games

    Module 4- Ailment of meridian sinew in Korean medicine, Part 1 This module will discuss the treatments to correct, improve and prevent relapse of fine malalignment of the spine
    by stimulating the soft tissues of the spine and the cervical muscles with Tuina and manipulations.

    Instructor: Kyoungsong Song, Ph.D, KMD

    Vice President, Society of Sports Korean Medicine &amp; The Korean Immuno-Yakchim Society Educational Director, Korean Society of Chuna Manual Medicine for Spine &amp; NervesTeam Doctor, Korea National TaeKownDo Team Doctor of Athlete’s Village, 2014 Incheon Asian Games &amp; Para games

    • November 05, 2016
    • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • Swedish Institute Department of Continuing Education 226 West 26th Street, Floor 5 New York, NY 10001

    Swedish Institute Continuing Education

    Acupuncture and Fertility: The Creation of Life

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    From the young and healthy to the older and reproductively challenged, women and men are seeking support with fertility difficulties. Whether your patient plans to rely solely on Chinese medicine or you are a participant in a Western protocol, this course is for you. We examine our Classical techniques and the latest Western fertility protocols. We demonstrate how best to interface with them, and how to prepare both patient and partner’s energy through treatment, diet and lifestyle changes using classical approaches.

    This class is hands-on, with practical exercises and hands-on demonstrations. We will be doing point location, likely ones you do not use often. We ask that all participants wear loose, comfortable clothing, and bring a modest cover-up and some pens for marking the points.

    There is no needling in class, but we ask that you bring your travel acu-kit. Since we are often called upon to make home visits, treat in hospitals and places other than our comfortable offices, part of our class will be to review how prepared you are for the challenge of working out of your comfort zone. We will be checking out your home visit kits to be sure they are complete.

    In addition to "Acupuncture and Fertility", Stephen Flores and Pat Gorman will also be teaching “Acupuncture During Pregnancy, Childbirth and Postpartum: Assisting the Miracle” on Sunday, November 6, 2016 (click on the course title to read more). This weekend is crafted to provide two in-depth courses that complement each other. Enrich your practice. Take both and receive a discount.

    7 NCCAOM PDA Points

    Each class is $185. Students interested in registering for both at one time will receive a 10% discount ($333 vs. $370 total for both workshops). In order for discount to be applied, you must register via phone by calling the Continuing Education department at (212) 924-5900 x146.

    • November 06, 2016
    • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • Swedish Institute Department of Continuing Education 226 West 26th Street, Floor 5 New York, NY 10001

    Swedish Institute Continuing Education

    Acupuncture During Pregnancy, Childbirth and Postpartum: Assisting the Miracle

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    This seminar explores how you can follow a newly pregnant patient through all stages of pregnancy using classical acupuncture approaches and treatments. Complications and both usual and unusual conditions are covered from conception through post-partum. This class follows the “Acupuncture and Fertility” class with classical acupuncture approaches for assessing and supporting a woman giving birth.

    This class is hands-on, with practical exercises and hands-on demonstrations. We will be doing point location, likely ones you do not use often. We ask that all participants wear loose, comfortable clothing, and bring a modest cover-up and some pens for marking the points.

    There is no needling in class, but we ask that you bring your travel acu-kit. Since we are often called upon to make home visits, treat in hospitals and places other than our comfortable offices, part of our class will be to review how prepared you are for the challenge of working out of your comfort zone. We will be checking out your home visit kits to be sure they are complete.

    In addition to "Acupuncture During Pregnancy", Stephen Flores and Pat Gorman will also be teaching “Acupuncture and Fertility: The Creation of Life” on Saturday, November 5, 2016 (click on the course title to read more). This weekend is crafted to provide two in-depth courses that complement each other. Enrich your practice. Take both and receive a discount.

    7 NCCAOM PDA Points

    Each class is $185. Students interested in registering for both at one time will receive a 10% discount ($333 vs. $370 total for both workshops). In order for discount to be applied, you must register via phone by calling the Continuing Education department at (212) 924-5900 x146.

    • November 13, 2016
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Won Institute For Graduate Studies 137 South Easton Road, Glenside, Pa 19038

    Balancing Hormones

    The Five Phases of Feminine Life

    with

    Anastacia White

    This seminar covers hormonal imbalances of women from menarche through menopause. Learn how to understand feminine life in a paradigm of five phases and how these phases correspond to the Five Elements and Five Spirits. A presentation of endocrine system physiology and how hormones become disrupted causing disharmony with Jing, Shen and the Zhang Fu. The Chinese medicine pathologies of amenorrhea, menorrhagia, PMS, dysmenorrhea, PCOD and menopause. Chinese herbal formulas, essential oils and flower essences for treatment of soma and Shen.This class does not address acupuncture strategies.Credits: 7.5 PDA

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    Cancellation Policy - 50% refund before October 12th - No Refund on/after November 5th.

    With State Association Membership register before 910/10   $125.00, register after 10/10 $145.00
    • November 13, 2016
    • 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
    • Swedish Institute Department of Continuing Education 226 West 26th Street, Floor 5 New York, NY 10001

    Swedish Institute Continuing Education

    Treating Endocrine Disorders with Soft Tissue Gua Sha

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    As an effective therapeutic method, Gua Sha has been used in TCM practice for treating various conditions, including diseases related to the endocrine systems such as hormonal imbalances, thyroid issues as well as adrenal issues.

    Gua Sha is a precise technique that includes the use of a smooth tool and a "scraping" motion to release toxins and break up blood stagnation, thereby promoting the smooth flow of blood to the areas and ultimately readjusting the local area to an ultimate balanced state. The methodology of Gua Sha is very similar to cupping, and the effect it has on relieving the stagnation of qi and blood and clearing the energy meridians that links the body’s internal system makes it an invaluable technique in the armamentarium of any massage therapist or acupuncturist.

    In this class, Dr. Ping Zhang – Ph.D. in Oriental Medicine -- will teach students how to properly perform Gua Sha using a specially designed soft tissue massage tool, along with a deep tissue Tui Na program, to enhance the therapeutic effectiveness of this treatment. Her Jade stone board is the result of years of research and customization, designed for pressing firmly down on the muscles and along acupuncture meridians to perform a stroking motion in the local area. The course is structured with step-by-step instructions and demonstrations, followed by hands-on practice and application of the soft tissue massage tool with deep fascia Tui Na protocols to treat various conditions including the following:

    This workshop will teach you how to incorporate the techniques of this powerful healing treatment in your professional practice and add a new dimension to how you can help treat these common conditions.

    8 NY State, 8 NCBTMB, 8 FL State, 8 NCCAOM pending

    • November 19, 2016
    • 10:00 AM
    • November 20, 2016
    • 6:00 PM
    • Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, 110 William Street, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10038

    Neurofunctional Acupuncture: Upper Extremity Treatment Strategies

    Seminar Event Info:  Neurofunctional Acupuncture: Upper Extremity Treatment Strategies (treating musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction with contemporary acupuncture)

    DATES:

    Lower Extremity Treatment Strategies:   Sept. 24 & 25, 2016  (2 days)

    Upper Extremity Treatment Strategies:    Nov. 19 & 20, 2016  (2 days)

    COSTS:  $500 per weekend. (Participants can enroll in one or both weekends.)

    Discounted seminar fees are provided for participants who register for both seminar weekends at the same time.

    Note: All seminar fees will be donated to Global Healthworks Foundation, a humanitarian aid initiative that provides free, high quality healthcare to populations in need around the world.

    CEU's: Participants will be granted 14 NCCAOM PDA's and/or 14 CAB CE’s for each weekend workshop.

    LOCATION: Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, 110 William Street, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10038

    TO REGISTER:  Please visit  www.AcupxSeminars.com

    Back by popular demand!  Don't miss this exciting opportunity for practical, hands-on study with a highly respected and engaging instructor – Dan Wunderlich!

    This workshop series provides treatment strategies for using acupuncture to improve function of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems based on a contemporary understanding of neuroanatomy and physiology.

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    PATIENTS RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RESULTS WITH NEUROFUNCTIONAL ACUPUNCTURE

    For many practitioners the “miracle” treatment remains elusive;  the “one-shot” treatment, just a story.  Now, back by popular demand in New York, the Neurofunctional Acupuncture approach for the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders is being taught by Dan Wunderlich, LAc.

    Dan is part of an elite team of instructors contracted by the U.S. Military to train battlefield doctors in this EFFICIENT and EFFECTIVE method -- these doctors were awestruck by the immediate results delivered by Dan and his fellow instructors using this modern approach to acupuncture.

    Created with Dan’s extensive knowledge of Oriental medicine and developed with his teaching experience from McMasters University in Ontario, Canada and the U.S. Military, this workshop series presents an amalgam of the most effective techniques and contemporary approaches to restoring normal nervous system activity, soft-tissue tensional integrity, and articular joint function.  Practical sessions will cover neuroanatomical and segmental acupuncture techniques, methods for trigger point deactivation, and corrective myofascial release techniques. 

    Dan’s clear and highly organized teaching style, along with plenty of hands-on practice, will allow participants to leave the class with a new skill set and an improved ability to identify and effectively treat musculoskeletal problems.  Participants will be able to use the techniques and see an improvement in their patient results IMMEDIATELY.

    This workshop series provides treatment strategies for using acupuncture to improve function of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems based on a contemporary understanding of neuroanatomy and physiology.  The Sept-2016 weekend emphasizes treatment strategies for lower extremity conditions (e.g., hip, knee and ankle dysfunctions).  The Nov-2016 weekend emphasizes treatment strategies for upper extremity conditions (e.g., common shoulder problems, lateral elbow pain, median nerve compression syndrome). 

    TOPICS COVERED

    Each weekend workshop will include:

    **  A functional anatomy review of the extremity – that is, a discussion of the interplay of joints, muscles/soft tissue and nerve innervations needed to achieve or perform a movement or function.

    **  A discussion of the neurological mechanisms that can be used to provide a contemporary explanation of the phenomena of acupuncture, including peripheral and spinal segmental stimulation, as well as systemic (central) or visceral regulatory stimulation.

    **  Treatment strategies for tailoring the use of multi-segmental electrical acupuncture, such as the use of trigger point deactivation techniques, and corrective myofascial release techniques.

    **  Practical workshops to provide participants with hands-on experience to:

       -- refine therapeutic goals

       -- select appropriate input targets for needling

       -- maximize treatment effectiveness

    INSTRUCTOR BACKGROUND

    Dan Wunderlich, DIPL. O.M., LAc is Founder and Clinic Director of Integrative Acupuncture & Bodywork in New York City, a holistic medical practice that combines neurofunctional acupuncture with extensive manual therapy techniques, bone mobilizations, Chinese herbal remedies and natural medicinal supplements.

    Dan's philosophy of practice is based in methodologies that boost the body’s natural defense systems for the improvement and maintenance of good health and wellbeing. A vital part of his approach is an impartment of knowledge that ranges from patient lifestyle consultations and advice, to professional seminars and academic courses.

    Dan is a leading practitioner of Zheng Gu Tui Na, a complete system of Chinese medical massage integrating soft-tissue therapies and bone mobilizations.

    He is a Senior Clinical Preceptor in the Contemporary Acupuncture Program at McMaster University. The program is a comprehensive, clinically-oriented training focused on the integration of acupuncture, modern neurophysiology and neuroanatomical concepts. He has been also a part of an elite team of instructors selected to train U.S. Military doctors in the application of contemporary acupuncture methods used to treat wounded solders.

    Dan is Founder and Executive Director of a humanitarian outreach organization, Global Healthworks Foundation, that provides sustainable integrative healthcare to underserved communities domestically and internationally. Since 2007, Dan has regularly lead teams of volunteer practitioners on humanitarian outreach projects treating underserved communities in Indonesia, Nepal and Guatemala. He also volunteers in New York-based community outreach clinics providing treatments to war veterans and people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs).

     

    • November 20, 2016
    • 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • PCOM, NYC 110 William Street, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10038
    • 24

    Functional Movement Screening and Evaluation

    Function determines Structure!

    We as a healthcare practitioner must understand the anatomy and physiology of our body when assessing our patients.
    This course will be focused on the basis of functional movement and performance evaluation. This course will cover the involved anatomical structures and its functions to create certain movements. Also, it will introduce the objective measurements such as gait analysis and ROM of large joints in our body. This course will help the practitioners to incorporate objective assessment tools and data into their practices and ultimately improve patient care.

    4 NCCAOM PDA's PENDING APPROVAL



    • December 04, 2016
    • 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
    • Swedish Institute Department of Continuing Education 226 West 26th Street, Floor 5 New York, NY 10001

    Swedish Institute Continuing Education

    Pain Management with Soft Tissue Gua Sha


    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    Gua sha is a therapeutic method for pain management commonly used by clinicians of TCM to treat both chronic and acute pain. It is a precise technique that includes the use of a smooth tool and a "scraping" motion to release toxins and break up blood stagnation, thereby promoting the smooth flow of blood to injured areas and ultimately relieving pain. The methodology of Gua Sha is very similar to cupping, and the affect it has on relieving pain makes it an invaluable technique in the armamentarium of any massage therapist or acupuncturist.

    In this class, Dr. Ping Zhang – Ph.D. in Oriental Medicine -- will teach students how to properly perform Gua Sha using a specially designed soft tissue massage tool, along with a deep tissue Tui Na program, to enhance the therapeutic effectiveness of this treatment. Her Jade stone board is the result of years of research and customization, designed for pressing firmly down on the muscles and along acupuncture meridians to perform a stroking motion in the local area of pain or discomfort.

    The course is structured with step-by-step instructions and demonstrations, followed by hands-on practice and application of the soft tissue massage tool with deep fascia Tui Na protocols to treat various connective tissue conditions including the following:

    • Scar tissue adhesions
    • Myofascial syndromes
    • Nerve Impingement
    • Muscle spasms
    • Tendonopathies
    • Sprains and Strains
    • Edema and lymphatic drainage
    • Complex syndromes in the neck, back, shoulder, arm, knee and ankle area

    This workshop will teach you how to incorporate the techniques of this powerful healing treatment in your professional practice and add a new dimension to how you can help treat some of your clients’ most common pain conditions.

    8 NY State, 8 NCBTMB, 8 FL State, 8 NCCAOM


    • December 04, 2016
    • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-NY 110 William St. 19th floo


    Qi Gong Energy Healing/Rejuvenation for Healthcare Professionals

    with Master Robert Peng


    7 NCCAOM PDA/CEUs Approved. Approved NY State Massage Board Provider


    • Increase your energy level

    •Generate more powerful healing

    •Re-organize and strengthen your energy field

    •Protect yourself from sick qi

    •Practice the healing art of Elixer of Light QiGong


    Robert Peng is an internationally renowned qigong master who has used his extraordinary ability to help countless people regain their optimum health and vitality, including doctors, healers, celebrities, and members of royal families. He has trained over 150,000 students all around the world.

    Practitioners $175/Students $95

    Earlybird discount by November 7th: $155/$80

    (10% discount for ASNY members & PCOM faculty and alumni)

    DON’T MISS OUT!  REGISTER EARLY TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT.

    Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-NY 110 William St. 19th floor

    Register online at http://bit.ly/2chD64H

    Contact Cynthia Neipris at cneipris@pacificcollege.edu or 212-982-3456 x229 with questions.

    • December 10, 2016
    • 9:00 AM
    • December 11, 2016
    • 5:00 PM
    • PCOM 110 William Street, 19th Floor, new York, NY 10038
    • 38


    Chinese Medicine in the 21st Century:A Top Down View of Five-element Diagnosis

    by Lonny Jarrett


    14 NCCAOM PDA's Awarded

    14 CA PDA's Pending Approval

      The author of the Shen Nong Ben Cao, China's oldest herbal text, stated that the highest type of medicine helped humans fulfill their destiny, the middle type helped them nourish original nature, and the lowest type treated physical illness. Today, treating people for the nourishment of original nature and the fulfillment of destiny represents an important inner tradition which has been all but lost in the modern practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine. A basic premise of Chinese medicine is to move stagnation before tonifying and there is no greater source of stagnation in life than having forgotten true self. Thus we recognize that nourishing the fulfillment of destiny is the heart and soul of our medicine. Yet how often do we realize this goal in our lives or in clinical practice?

    What is the largest possible context for the practice of Chinese medicine in the 21st century?  How will Chinese medicine help humanity to face the challenges that confront us today? What are the most significant imbalances of our time and how can Chinese medicine help?

           The intention of this course is to give the student a core grounding in this inner tradition. Five-element constitutional diagnosis will be examined as an organizing framework that yields deep insights into each patient's path of healing. We will cover the functional dynamics of the ­sheng and ke cycles to understand Chinese medicine as a fully holistic/integral science. The relationship between the emotion, spirit, and virtue of each element will be presented in the context of understanding the role of human will and awareness in health and illness. Participation in this class is suitable for practitioners from any tradition and level of training who wish to deepen their perspective on their art.

    REGISTER TODAY AT www.ASNY.org

    **No refunds after 12-01-2016


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September 25, 2016 Acupuncture and Depression: Restoring the Mind and Spirit
September 25, 2016 Gua Sha Facial and Neck Rejuvenation
September 24, 2016 Neurofunctional Acupuncture: Lower Extremity Treatment Strategies
September 24, 2016 Acupuncture and Cancer: Transforming Disease to Wellness
September 24, 2016 Master Tung's Acupuncture for Pain - Ann Arbor, Michigan
September 18, 2016 Acupuncture Insurance Billing 101
September 18, 2016 Intro to Trigger Point Acupuncture: Hands-on Needling Practice
September 10, 2016 EVALUATION MANAGEMENT & REHABILITATION CONCEPTS OF THE UPPER EXTREMITY
July 31, 2016 Acupuncture Insurance Billing 101
July 24, 2016 Seminar 2016-05: A Century of Zhu-Style Gynecology in TCM
July 24, 2016 Qi Intervention, Acupuncture Technique and Clinic Applications - From Professor Zheng’s Acupuncture Method.
July 10, 2016 ASNY PICNIC at CENTRAL PARK
June 26, 2016 Acupuncture for Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation
June 25, 2016 Oncology Tui Na for Acupuncturists and Massage Therapists
June 25, 2016 Acupuncture and Acupressure Techniques for Labor & Delivery
June 18, 2016 Chinese Medicine Conference
June 11, 2016 Acupuncture for Labor and Delivery
June 04, 2016 Intro to Traditional Japanese Medicine Diagnosis and Treatment
June 03, 2016 Medicines from the Earth Herb Symposium
May 22, 2016 Medical Billing for NYS L.Ac.'s
May 21, 2016 Chinese Medicine in Oncology: Supportive Care for Cancer Patients
May 21, 2016 Acupuncture / Classical Chinese Medicine for Modern Women’s Health
May 15, 2016 Continuing Education for Acupuncturists at Floating Lotus Healing Center - Sunday Seminars for New Practitioners with Mark Kuebel, L.Ac.
May 15, 2016 Classical Approach to Immune and Auto-Immune Disorders
May 15, 2016 Pediatric Acupuncture Continuing Education Course by NJAAOM
May 14, 2016 The Role of Chinese Medicine and Qigong in Healing from Trauma
May 13, 2016 FACIAL REJUVENATION with ACUPUNCTURE and MASSAGE/ ACUPRESSURE ACUPUNCTURE CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP
May 07, 2016 Jingshen Pediatrics
May 01, 2016 ASNY Annual Meeting 2016
April 30, 2016 The Role of Chinese Medicine and Qigong in Healing from Trauma
April 23, 2016 Medical Qi Gong for Healthcare Professionals
April 20, 2016 ASNY Long Island Spring Fling
April 14, 2016 QiGong Grandmaster and Scholar of Chinese Medicine Kenneth Cohen Workshops and Lectures
April 10, 2016 Intro to Trigger Point Acupuncture: Hands-on Needling Practice
March 23, 2016 ATLANTIC INSTITUTE OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE AND INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION COLLEGE OF SHANGHAI UNIVERISTY OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE COLLABORATE TO OFFER PH.D PROGRAM IN TCM.
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March 18, 2016 FACIAL REJUVENATION with ACUPUNCTURE and MASSAGE/ ACUPRESSURE ACUPUNCTURE CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP Part 1 of the 3 part full Certification Program
March 12, 2016 Advanced Light Therapy Workshop
March 12, 2016 Thea Elijah WHOLE HEART ACUPUNCTURE: Clearing Treatment Blocks
March 12, 2016 Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-NY 2016 Continuing Education Program
March 06, 2016 Professional Ethics for AOM, and AOM Safety Regulations
February 28, 2016 Acupuncture and Depression: Restoring the Mind and Spirit
February 27, 2016 Acupuncture and Cancer: Transforming Disease to Wellness
February 15, 2016 Essential Bodywork for Clinical Practice A Four Module 81 Hour Intensive Training Program
February 08, 2016 ASNY Presents Year of the Red Monkey Social 2016!
January 31, 2016 Intro to Trigger Point Acupuncture: Hands-on Needling Practice
January 30, 2016 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL QIGONG THEORY AND EXERCISES in NYC
January 29, 2016 Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture Continuing Education For Acupuncturists
January 25, 2016 Essential Bodywork for Clinical Practice A Four Module 81 Hour Intensive Training Program
January 20, 2016 The Four Energy Gates: An Advanced Meridian Therapy Training Workshop
January 17, 2016 Ethical Dilemmas and Safety Considerations & Reminders in the Acupuncture Practice
December 10, 2015 Lyme Disease and TCM
December 06, 2015 Qi Gong Healing, Ecstasy, & Energy Protection for Healthcare Professionals with Master Robert Peng
November 22, 2015 Treating Womens Disorders with Soft Tissue Gua Sha
November 18, 2015 Wu Ming Qigong for Women's Health and Breast Cancer Prevention:One Day Training Workshop for Practitioners
November 15, 2015 Acupuncture During Pregnancy, Childbirth and Postpartum Assisting the Miracle
November 15, 2015 Taegeuk(太極 – Tai Chi) Acupuncture
November 14, 2015 Diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of obesity in Traditional Korean Medicine
November 14, 2015 Acupuncture and Fertility The Creation of Life
November 14, 2015 Sports Acupuncture in Korean Medicine
November 12, 2015 Bell's Palsy-Intransigent Cases
November 08, 2015 Easy Peasy Website Creation & Promotion
October 25, 2015 Treating Endocrine Disorders with Soft Tissue Gua Sha
October 24, 2015 Acupuncture and Essential Oils: Classical Treatment Without Needles or Moxa
October 24, 2015 The Association for Professional Acupuncture in PA presents: Introduction to Tung Acupuncture with Henry McCann, DAOM, L.Ac.
October 22, 2015 Facial Rejuvenation Course -- 28 PDA Points
October 17, 2015 Clinical Energetics/Integrative Cranio-Sacral Therapy Intensive 2 day workshop
October 11, 2015 Anti-Inflammatory Acupuncture Treatment Protocols for Auto-Immune Diseases, Pain Syndrome and More
October 10, 2015 Ancient pulse theory in modern day language- Foundational Pulse Diagnosis Seminar
October 08, 2015 Digesting the Universe: An Advanced Professional Training on Metabolic Syndrome
October 03, 2015 Medical Billing for NYS L.Ac.: Focus on Ethical Practices
September 30, 2015 Wu Ming Qigong for Women's Health and Breast Cancer Prevention:One Day Training Workshop for Practitioners
September 27, 2015 Gua Sha Facial and Neck Rejuvenation
September 26, 2015 Treating Trauma with Chinese Medicine:Untying the Knot with Lonny Jarrett
September 19, 2015 Food As Medicine: Chinese Medicine Nutrition
September 12, 2015 ASNY Presents: The NYS L.Ac. Annual Fundraising Banquet
September 12, 2015 Intro to Trigger Point Acupuncture Hands-On Needling Practice
August 07, 2015 Announcing Part 2 of the Luminous Beauty Facial Rejuvenation Certification Series taught by Virginia Doran, M.S., L.Ac., LMT
July 11, 2015 Kiiko Matsumoto 2015
July 10, 2015 Intro to Trigger Point Needling Hands-On Practice
June 27, 2015 Fire Cupping Manipulation Techniques
June 22, 2015 Putting Tangible Qi into Clinical Practice
June 20, 2015 Asian Bodywork for Hospital Patients
June 20, 2015 Healing Pain & Traumatic Injury with Classic Chinese Medicine Taoist Style
June 20, 2015 Chinese Herbal Approaches to Chronic Inflammatory Diseases
June 17, 2015 Wu Ming Qigong for Women's Health and Breast Cancer Prevention: One Day Training Workshop for Practitioners
June 13, 2015 Ethics and Clinical Boundaries; Crossings, Violations & Solutions For Acupuncturists, Massage Therapists, and Healing Practitioners
June 13, 2015 Neurofunctional Acupuncture – treating musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction with contemporary acupuncture (Upper Extremity)
June 06, 2015 Face Reading in Chinese Medicine
May 30, 2015 Segment-Reflex Massage & TCM: Evaluation & Assessment
May 17, 2015 Pain Management with Soft Tissue Gua Sha
May 16, 2015 Nutrition: The Forgotten Pillar of Chinese Medicine
May 11, 2015 Auto-Immunity and Classical Chinese Medicine
May 02, 2015 Acupuncture Facial and Body Enhancement with Dr. Ping Zhang, Ph.D., L.Ac., OMD, LMT
May 02, 2015 Neurofunctional Acupuncture – treating musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction with contemporary acupuncture (Lower Extremity)
April 27, 2015 Holistic Approach to Anti-Aging -- 28 PDA Points
April 26, 2015 Acupuncture During Pregnancy, Childbirth and Postpartum: Assisting the Miracle
April 25, 2015 Classical Five Element Acupuncture
April 25, 2015 Acupuncture and Fertility: The Creation of Life
April 22, 2015 Wu Ming Qigong for Women's Health and Breast Cancer Prevention:
March 28, 2015 Professor Huang Huang's Advanced 4-Day Lecture Series on Classical formulas and Constitutional Differentiation
March 21, 2015 Treatment of Stroke in Chinese Medicine With Claudia Citkovitz, L.Ac.
March 21, 2015 Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-NY 2015 Continuing Ed Calendar
March 08, 2015 Advanced 5 Element Meridian Diagnosis and Treatment for Common Conditions with Nan Lu, OMD
February 25, 2015 Wu Ming Qigong for Women's Health and Breast Cancer Prevention: One Day Training Workshop for Practitioners
February 22, 2015 Qi Gong as Preventative Medicine
February 20, 2015 FACIAL REJUVENATION with ACUPUNCTURE and MASSAGE/ ACUPRESSURE ACUPUNCTURE CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP Part 1 of the 3 part full Certification Program
February 15, 2015 Gua Sha Facial and Neck Rejuvenation
February 08, 2015 Acupuncture and Cancer: Transforming Disease to Wellness
February 07, 2015 Acupuncture and Depression: Restoring the Mind and Spirit
January 24, 2015 “Single Needle Technique” by Prof. Shu-Zhong Gao
January 17, 2015 Introduction to Medical Qi Gong Theory and Exercises in NYC
January 15, 2015 Dragons Way Instructor Training
January 12, 2015 Putting Tangible Qi into Clinical Practice
December 07, 2014 QiGong Energy Rejuvenation to Increase Healing Power With Master Robert Peng
December 07, 2014 Ethics and Risk Management for AOM
November 22, 2014 Light is the New Needle - #1 and #2
November 15, 2014 Intro to Cupping
November 15, 2014 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL QIGONG THEORY AND EXERCISES in NYC
October 29, 2014 Wu Ming Qigong for Breast Cancer Prevention: One Day Training Workshop for Practitioners. Prevention is the true cure!
October 26, 2014 Acupuncture and Depression: Restoring the Mind and Spirit
October 25, 2014 Acupuncture and Cancer: Transforming Disease to Wellness
October 25, 2014 Lonny Jarret, Treating Trauma with Chinese Medicine
October 24, 2014 Chinese Medicine Dermatology with a world class expert
October 24, 2014 FACIAL REJUVENATION with ACUPUNCTURE and MASSAGE/ ACUPRESSURE ACUPUNCTURE CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP
Part 1 of the 3 part full Certification Program
October 18, 2014 Bo's Method of Abdominal Acupuncture for chronic deficient disease (taught by Paul Ryan, L.Ac.)
October 11, 2014 Clinical Energetics 1 day workshop with Gary Stauss, M.S., R.P.P., P.W.E.
October 05, 2014 By Demand: Medical Billing for the NYS L.Ac.: Focus on Ethical Practices
September 26, 2014 HUMLA Medical Service Trip
September 20, 2014 NYSOP & ASNY Acupuncture in New York State Educational Meeting - Followed Immediately by an ASNY Annual Meeting
September 20, 2014 RocAcupuncture in The Park
September 19, 2014 Cardiology Acupuncture - HUMAN BALANCE TEACHINGS by CSAOM
September 14, 2014 Acupuncture During Pregnancy, Childbirth and Postpartum: Assisting the Miracle with Stephen W. Flores, Lic.Ac., M.Ac., NCCAOM and Pat Gorman, Lic.Ac., M.Ac., NCCAOM
September 13, 2014 Tao Ahn Pai Nui Gung- Shen Exercises with Juanita Lew
September 13, 2014 Acupuncture and Fertility: The Creation of Life, with Stephen W. Flores, Lic.Ac., M.Ac., NCCAOM and Pat Gorman, Lic.Ac., M.Ac., NCCAOM
August 23, 2014 "Ancient pulse theory in modern day language" Foundational Pulse Diagnosis Seminar
August 23, 2014 "Light Is The New Needle: Meridian Illumination" taught by Wesley Burwell and Jennifer Waters, L.Ac., Dipl.Ac./Light Therapist
July 26, 2014 ANCIENT MEDICINE for MODERN LIFE HISTORIC WEEKEND CONFERENCE
June 30, 2014 Medical Billing Overview
June 09, 2014 Therapeutic Methods for Spinal Orthopedic Disorders in Chinese Medicine
June 07, 2014 Stephen Cowan, M.D., C.Ac. Growing the Dao: Chinese Medicine Pediatrics
June 07, 2014 Neurofunctional Acupuncture – treating musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction with contemporary acupuncture
June 06, 2014 Therapeutic Methods for Spinal Orthopedic Disorders in Chinese Medicine
May 17, 2014 Thea Elijah WHOLE HEART ACUPUNCTURE: Clearing Treatment Blocks
May 17, 2014 Bo's Method of Abdominal Acupuncture (taught by Paul Ryan, L.Ac.)
May 09, 2014 Zheng Gu Tui Na Tui Na Level 1: Full Body Sequence
April 27, 2014 MOVING QI IN THE CLINIC Strategies for Enhancing One’s Practice and Preventing Burnout with Peter Yates
April 13, 2014 Breast Cancer, Mammography, & TCM Treatment
April 12, 2014 ASNY Presents The New York State Acupuncturists Annual Fundraising Banquet
March 30, 2014 The Application of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the Treatment of Digestive System Cancers
March 22, 2014 Treatment of Knotty Diseases; How Effective Use of Classic Formulas can Transform your Clinic and Practice
March 15, 2014 Acupuncture in LABOR & DELIVERY
March 15, 2014 Beginning Insurance Billing & ICD-10 Coding
March 08, 2014 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL QIGONG THEORY AND EXERCISES in NYC
March 07, 2014 Invitation to Kamwo book signing party for Mary Elizabeth Wakefield
March 04, 2014 Flavor and Nature as the Focus of Herbs - The Wisdom of the Huang Di Nei Jing
March 01, 2014 How to address patients with trace minerals? -New York, NY
March 01, 2014 Classical Medicine in the Clinic: ATS 2014 Intensive Training Programs in Acupuncture & Herbs
February 08, 2014 Poney Chiang Advanced Palpation and Needling : Classical Point Locations from the Systematic Canon (JiaYi Jing)
February 08, 2014 2014 PCOM Continuing Education Schedule
January 25, 2014 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL QIGONG THEORY AND EXERCISES
January 25, 2014 How to address patients with trace minerals?
December 14, 2013 Introduction to Tangible Acupuncture Weekend Seminar with Andrew Nugent-Head
December 08, 2013 Pointing the Way- Special Effect Points of Master Practitioners by Peter Yates L.Ac
December 07, 2013 Bo's Method of Abdominal Acupuncture - Level 1
December 05, 2013 Fundraiser for Assemblyman Harry Bronson
November 23, 2013 Acupuncture Relief Efforts in the Philippines
November 15, 2013 FACIAL REJUVENATION with ACUPUNCTURE and Massage/ Acupressure ACUPUNCTURE CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP Part 1 of the 3 part full Certification Program
November 15, 2013 Gua sha for Pain, Mobility, Inflammation, & Immunity-Arya Nielsen November 15-16. PCOM-NY
November 10, 2013 Ethics and Risk Management for AOM
November 09, 2013 CPR Tomorrow!
November 09, 2013 Study Classical Formulas with Huang Huang: Philadelphia Nov.9 to 11, and Hudson, NY Nov. 15 to 17
October 19, 2013 I Ching Philosophy Applied in Chinese Medicine by Speaker: Wei Chieh Young, Ph.D., LA.c With English Translation
October 17, 2013 Wu Ming Qigong for Breast Cancer Prevention: One Day Training Workshop for Practitioners:
October 17, 2013 2013 Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine: Transformation: Discovering the Healing Wisdom of Transitions
October 08, 2013 Debra Betts with Claudia Citkovitz, Acupuncture for Labor Preparation: Differential Diagnosis that could Change Your Practice
October 05, 2013 Acupuncture for Chemical Dependency & Addictive Disorders October 5-6. PCOM-NY
October 05, 2013 Clinical Wonders with Acupuncture 1,2,3 Introduction to Global Acupuncture
October 05, 2013 Integrative Full Body Deep Tissue Work
September 28, 2013 Working with Commom Injuries & Complaints in Bodywork Practice
September 27, 2013 The Classical Herbalist: Flavor, Nature & the Shanghan Lun in Clinical Practice
September 26, 2013 Dragon’s Way® Weight Loss and Stress Relief Instructor Training
September 25, 2013 Free Seminar-Bo's Method of Abdominal Acupuncture September 25th, 4:30-6:00 p.m.PCOM-NY
September 08, 2013 Medical Billing for the NYS L.Ac.: Focus on Ethical Practices
August 12, 2013 ASNY Student Summer Series Presentations- "Practical Applications of Direct Moxibustion in Everyday Treatments" with Sabrina Havens,MS,L.Ac.,LMT
August 03, 2013 ASNY Student Summer Series Presentations-"Practice Management:Yin & Yang Styles" with James M. Shinol,L.Ac.,LMT and Michel A. Solounias,L.Ac.,LMT
July 28, 2013 ASNY Student Summer Series Presentations "Treating the Extremeties" with Steven Schram,PhD,DC,L.Ac.
July 20, 2013 Acupuncturists Without Borders "Healing Community Trauma"
July 14, 2013 ASNY Student Summer Series Presentations - "Patient Encounters:Dealing with the Unexpected" with James M Shinol,L.Ac.,LMT
July 13, 2013 ASNY Coffee Social Honoring Assemblyman Harry Bronson
July 12, 2013 Medical Billing Overview
July 11, 2013 ASNY Student Summer Series Presentation-"Herbs Dosage Forms and Dosing" with Tom N. Leung,L.Ac.,MSTOM, Pharm.BS
June 23, 2013 Understanding Cancer through a Complementary and Alternative Approach
June 22, 2013 How to address patients with trace minerals?
June 22, 2013 AOM INSURANCE BILLING SEMINAR – NEW HAVEN, CT With Mori West, President of AcuClaims
June 18, 2013 PCOM-NY FREE SEMINARS "Western Herbs in Chinese Medicine- Working Together"
June 09, 2013 Holistic Pathways Seminars and Workshops in Holistic Living
May 18, 2013 Neurofunctional Acupuncture – treating musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction with contemporary acupuncture
May 09, 2013 ASNY Legislative Fundraising Event
May 05, 2013 Marma Shakti: The Secret for Creating the Life of Your Dreams
May 04, 2013 Wu Ming Qigong for Breast Cancer Prevention: One Day Training Workshop for Practitioners:
May 04, 2013 20th Anniversary Celebration for the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York!!
April 28, 2013 Essential Oils for Acupuncturists and Massage Therapists:Functions and Applications of Flowers, Seeds, Resins, Woods, and Roots
April 27, 2013 Study Cupping and Gua Sha with Bruce Bentley
April 27, 2013 Bo's Method of Abdominal Acupuncture: Level 1
April 27, 2013 Foundational Pulse Diagnosis
April 07, 2013 ASNY Town Hall and Annual Meeting
April 06, 2013 Introducing Dr. Shi Xuemin's Stroke Rehab Acupuncture (XNKQ Therapy)with Atsuki Maeda, L.Ac.
March 23, 2013 Qi Gong Energy Rejuvenation to Increase Healing Power With master Robert Peng
March 18, 2013 Study with GIOVANNI MACIOCIA
March 16, 2013 Treatment of Stroke in Chinese Medicine With Claudia Citkovitz, L.Ac.
March 03, 2013 Recognizing, Treating, and Resolving Trauma Sexual - Physical - Psychological
February 24, 2013 By Demand: Medical Billing for the NYS L.Ac.
February 21, 2013 Dragon’s Way®Weight Loss and Stress Relief Instructor Training
January 29, 2013 Energy Trends Forecast for 2013 the Year of the Water Snake With Four Pillars Astrology Expert Yasha Jampolsky
January 26, 2013 The Essential Spirit of Japanese Acupuncture & The Use of Shiraku (micro-bleeding)
December 02, 2012 Feng Shui Fundamentals for Your Acupuncture Practice;Waiting & Treatment Rooms
November 30, 2012 FACIAL REJUVENATION ACUPUNCTURE CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP
November 17, 2012 Ages of Life by Dr. Patrick veret,M.D.
November 14, 2012 Love, Serve & Succeed® MODULE SIX: BUILDING & PRESERVING WEALTH
November 10, 2012 CPR & First Aid = 8 PDA's!
October 28, 2012 Expanded Clinical Application of Microsystems (Auricular & Scalp Acupuncture)
October 27, 2012 HealingCommunity Trauma: How to do Acupuncture for Traumatic Events
October 26, 2012 Cadaver Dissection 101, A Lab for Practitioners of Physical Medicines
October 26, 2012 Zheng Gu Tui Na, Tui Na Level 1: Full Body Sequence-Coming to Seneca Falls, NY
October 21, 2012 Medical Billing for NYS L.Ac.'s
October 10, 2012 Love, Serve & Succeed® Module One: Spiritual Mastery and the Healing Relationship
October 06, 2012 Jeffrey Yuen-Nurturing the Unfolding of Life
October 06, 2012 Build the Practice of your Dreams - 10.5 hour PDAs from NCCAOM
September 30, 2012 Essential Oils for Acupuncturists and Massage Therapists:Day 2: Functions and applications of Flowers, Seeds, Resins, Woods, and Roots
September 15, 2012 Neurofunctional Acupuncture – Treating Musculoskeletal Pain and Dysfunction with Contemporary Acupuncture
September 12, 2012 Love, Serve & Succeed® MODULE TWO: STARTING UP RIGHT: PREPARING TO CREATE A STRONG PRACTICE
August 15, 2012 Love, Serve & Succeed® MODULE SEVEN: INTEGRITY IN THE HEALING RELATIONSHIP PART TWO – PATIENT COMMUNICATION AS A HEALING TOOL, AVOIDING PITFALLS
August 14, 2012 Free Lecture--Introduction to Korean Acupuncture Dr. Kwang Ho Kim’s HO IL CHIM Technique
July 29, 2012 Essential Oils for Acupuncturists
July 28, 2012 Successful Steps to Building the Practice of Your Dreams
July 11, 2012 Love, Serve & Succeed® MODULE SEVEN: INTEGRITY IN THE HEALING RELATIONSHIP PART ONE – THE IMPORTANCE OF SELF-AWARENESS AND PERSONAL TRANSFORMATION
June 27, 2012 Nourishing Our Future: Children’s Health
June 16, 2012 I Ching Acupuncture: The Balance Method. Clinical applications of the Ba Gua and I Ching
June 10, 2012 NADA Protocol: Pioneers and Visionaries of Integrative Medicine 23rd annual conference: June 14 - 16, 2012 Pre-conference Acu Detox Specialist Training: June 10-16, 2012
June 09, 2012 Nutripuncture comes to Tri-State
June 09, 2012 Integrated Asian Bodywork with Perry Levenson
June 06, 2012 Love, Serve & Succeed® MODULE THREE: LEGAL ISSUES AND ASSET PROTECTION
June 04, 2012 Treating Beyond the Denial: No Fault
June 02, 2012 Face Reading/Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine with Lillian Bridges
May 30, 2012 Metabolic Radiology
May 20, 2012 Medical Billing for the NY State L.Ac.
May 19, 2012 5 Elements of Recovery; Healing for Addictive Behaviors and Past Trauma With Thea Elijah
May 09, 2012 Love, Serve & Succeed® Module Five: Growing a Thriving Practice Part Two: Fees, Time Management and Walking the Charts
April 28, 2012 Neurofunctional Electrical Acupuncture-treating musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction with contemporary acupuncture
April 18, 2012 : Love, Serve & Succeed® Module Five: Growing a Thriving Practice Part One: The New Patient and Essential Patient Communication
April 01, 2012 NYSAC "Herbal Bill/Public Safety Bill" Town Hall Informational
March 31, 2012 ASNY Annual Banquet Fundraising Dinner
March 24, 2012 Qigong Energy Rejuvenation to Increase Healing Power– Robert Peng
March 24, 2012 Nutripuncture comes to Tri-State College
March 18, 2012 Essential Oils for Acupuncturists: Functions and Applications of Flowers, Seeds, Woods, Resins, and Roots
March 17, 2012 Acupuncture in Labor & Delivery with Claudia Citkovitz
March 07, 2012 Clinical Pearls-Chinese Medicine for Today's World
March 07, 2012 ASNY and AAAOM present: A Live Webinar For Heart Health Month The Cholesterol Scam & Creating Real Cardiovascular Health
March 03, 2012 Ethics and Practice Management with Marilyn Allen, Public Relations and Marketing Director for the American Acupuncture Council: Hosted by the Connecticut Society of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
February 08, 2012 Love, Serve & Succeed - Module Four: Effective Marketing on a Shoestring. Part One: Yang/External Marketing
January 22, 2012 Essential Oils for Acupuncturists Day 1 : Functions and Applications of Peels, Leaves and Needles
January 08, 2012 Shoni-Shin: Pediatric Acupuncture
December 09, 2011 Zheng Gu Tui Na
November 19, 2011 Nutripuncture - Level 2
November 18, 2011 FACIAL REJUVENATION ACUPUNCTURE CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP
November 13, 2011 Medical Billing for the Acupuncturist
November 12, 2011 Workers Compensation Focus
October 16, 2011 Tai Chi Chuan and its Application to the Acupuncture Practice
October 08, 2011 Ethics and Endangered Species in Chinese Medicine
October 06, 2011 Essentials of Wholistic Nutrition in Clinical Practice FREE teleconference.
October 01, 2011 Like Hot Water on Snow: Ma Danyang's Heavenly Star Points in Clinical Practice
October 01, 2011 Medicine Without Form
September 24, 2011 Nutripuncture
September 17, 2011 Female Infertility and TCM: Clinical Pearls from Nanjing and Beijing
September 10, 2011 CPR - NCCAOM Requirement
August 29, 2011 Workers Compensation for the NY State L.Ac.
July 30, 2011 Healing the Joints and Extremities
July 16, 2011 Treatment of Traumatic Injury with Chinese Medicine with Frank Butler
July 15, 2011 Cadaver Dissection 101 for the Senior Chiropractor and Acupuncturist with
June 04, 2011 Women’s Health/Gynecology w/ Giovanni Maciocia, L.Ac.
May 22, 2011 ASNY 2011 Annual Symposium: Practice Building and Optimization
May 18, 2011 CPR - NCCAOM Requirement
May 14, 2011 Point Combinations for Common Difficult Problems
May 12, 2011 AAAOM 2011 Whole Medicine Conference: Teaming Up for Our Patients
April 30, 2011 CPR - NCCAOM Requirement
April 16, 2011 Dr. Yong-En Shi - Irregular Menstruation: Diagnosis and Treatment with Acupuncture and TCM
March 29, 2011 CPR - NCCAOM Requirement
February 27, 2011 Shonishin/Tom Nash
February 12, 2011 9000 Needles
January 30, 2011 Medical Billing for the Acupuncturist
December 05, 2010 Workers Compensation Reimbursement for L.Ac.'s in New York State
December 04, 2010 UANYSLA Ethics Seminar by Marilyn Allen-8 NCCAOM PDA credits
November 07, 2010 ASNY: Acupuncture Practice Management Panel-Rescheduled
October 30, 2010 Integrating Conventional and Chinese Medicine in Cancer Care with Tai Lahans,L.Ac.,M.Ed.,Ph.D.
October 02, 2010 ASNY: Ethics and Liability in Acupuncture
September 19, 2010 ASNY: Acupuncture Practice Management Panel
August 23, 2010 Summer Tui Na Study Trip to Shanghai, China (non-ASNY Event)
August 21, 2010 Auricular Acupuncture Seminar II - A New Era of Medicine and Healing (non-ASNY event)
August 05, 2010 ASNY: Town Hall Meeting at NYCTCM
July 17, 2010 Clinical Energetics with Gary Strauss, M.S., R.P.P., P.W.E.
July 11, 2010 ASNY Town Hall Meeting at PCOM
June 23, 2010 ASNY Queens Social
May 30, 2010 Topical Herbal Preparations
May 22, 2010 FACIAL DIAGNOSIS with Lillian Bridges
May 15, 2010 Many Paths One Medicine TCM Conference in NYC
May 07, 2010 Master Class in Traditional East/West Cupping


 
 

   
 
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