Treating Covid-19 Symptoms With Chinese Medicine

October 24 - November 16
Virtual

Because of TCM’s holistic understanding of energy, meridians, and the mind-body-spirit connection, acupuncturists and functional medicine doctors are uniquely positioned to make a real impact on health and well-being during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In this online training, Grand Master Nan Lu will share a complete treatment protocol that effectively prevents and treats COVID-19 symptoms.

In addition to teaching immune system theory, specific acupuncture points, and supportive herbal protocols, Dr. Lu will share self-care techniques and nutrition that optimize both innate and adaptive immune system function.

You’ll learn how to maximize vaccination’s benefits and release its side-effects, as well as address “long-haul” COVID-19 symptoms. Finally, Dr. Lu will offer his thoughts on understanding the immune system, COVID-19, health, and life from a mind-body-spirit perspective. The practitioner can use these insights to not only guide the patient back to true well-being but also maintain his or her own wellness during the pandemic.

Registration

Session Dates: Sunday October 24th at 7:30 PM (ET) and each Sunday and Tuesday for 4 weeks. Sessions last 90 minutes.

(Oct. 24, 26, 31) (Nov. 2, 7 ,9, 14, 16)

Where: Zoom links will be sent to your email one day prior to each session.

Standard Fee $290.00
Discounted Fee: $200.00 For Tao of Healing students and past attendees of Building Bridges of Integration Conference. Enter coupon code Health2021

 

Continuing Education Credits Offered

12 CME Credits Granted. The University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

ACCREDITATION

The University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

CERTIFICATION

The University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences designates this live activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine: 12 PDAs are available through NCCAOM for diplomats in acupuncture and oriental medicine.

What you’ll learn in this training:

Overall learning objectives:

  • How practitioners can position themselves to use TCM, herbs and acupuncture to deal with COVID symptoms from a functional medicine point of view
  • How the body uses the innate and adaptive immune systems to deal with viruses
  • The mind-body-spirit perspective on the immune system, COVID-19, health, and life
  • The importance of self-care for both patient and practitioner, and why forming a cooperative relationship between practitioner and patient can effectively enhance treatment outcome

Innate Immune System:

  • What is your innate (pre-natal) immune system and how can it adapt to defend your body, and what does it show when it needs support
  • What are the 3 defense lines of the innate immune system
  • Which organs’ functioning are related to these defense lines and how strong the defense system is
  • What meridians are involved and what major acupuncture points to use to stimulate the innate immune system

Adaptive Immune System:

  • What constitutes your adaptive (post-natal) immune system and which organs’ functions support it
  • Which meridians support the adaptive immune system, and what acupoints stimulate it

COVID-19 Treatment and Vaccination Optimization

  • How to use a functional medicine approach to prevent and treat symptoms of COVID-19 by enhancing both innate and adaptive immunity
  • How to use this information to release the side-effects of vaccination and optimize its effects, as well as improve patients’ health post-vaccination to stay strong and healthy
  • How to teach patients simple yet powerful self-care (acupressure, nutrition, lifestyle) to boost immunity
  • What are the most important concepts associated with getting results
  • Acupuncture and herbal treatments protocols

Who should attend?

This course is open to professionals who are interested in a complementary approach to treating Covid and its variants.  Lay persons may attend at their discretion.

Class meets every Sunday and Tuesday evening at 7:30 PM (ET)

Oct. 24, 26, 31

Nov. 2, 7, 9, 14, 16

Sessions will be recorded and are available for 3 months.