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Acupuncture CEU:

Acupuncture Continue Education Classes

Our center will regularly offer five and more types of Acupuncture CEU courses. They are:

1. Gynecology specialty training for Acupuncturists
2. Neurology specialty training including pain control for Acupuncturists
3. Acupuncture and Herbology training for all medical professionals such as Medical Doctors, Dentists, Pharmacists, Nurses, and Physician Assistants.
4. Formula construction (How to Write an Herbal Formula)
5. Advanced formula construction
6. Master Tung's Points

These five and more Acupuncture CEU Course programs will be offered continuously. These lectures do not have to be taken in sequence, you can take any that interests you or need units in. These Acupuncture CEU courses are CA Acupuncture Board approved. The lecturers will be Dr. Qiwei Zheng and Meredith Chunyi Qian.

All Acupuncture CEU lectures will discuss Gynecology and Neurology disorders from both the TCM and Western Medicine perspectives. The lecturers will incorporate their great clinical knowledge and profound experience into these continue education and specialty education courses.

The Gynecology specialty training will focus on Reproductive Wellness and Women's Health. The Gynecology specialty training course is a very potent course in dealing with infertility. This training is guaranteed to significantly increase your Eastern and Western clinical knowledge. The last module of the course will also include an optional study abroad program in China.

The lectures will be held on the weekday evenings and weekends in Beverly Hills.

Your Acupuncture CEU lecturers will be Dr. Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac., and Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.. Their bios can be found here.

 


Current CEU Courses | Acupuncture CEU Course Testimonials
Future Acupuncture CEU Courses | Registration

Summer and Fall 2016

August 21, 2016 Acupuncture CEU Course

Advanced Pharmacological Studies of Chinese Herbs Part II
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Sunday, August 21, 2016
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled. Refreshments will be included and served.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will continue to introduce advanced pharmacological studies of commonly used Chinese herbs at different category. This topic provides pharmacological researches about different category Chinese herbs’ toxicology and side-effects. This lecture will cover the traditional Chinese herbal functions, pharmacological effects of herbs, clinical herbal combinations, and Herb-Drug interactions. The knowledge discussed in this course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the traditional herbal functions but also to identify pharmacological effects of herbs, clinical herbal combinations, herbal toxicology, herbal side-effects, and Herb-Drug interactions. Upon finishing lecture the practitioner can implement this advanced herbal pharmacological knowledge for patients with medical conditions commonly seen in alternative and complimentary medical clinical practice. With this knowledge the practitioner also can improve the quality of life of his/her patients.

September 18, 2016 Acupuncture CEU Course

Advanced Acupuncture Therapeutics - Fu Zhen (Abdominal Acupuncture)
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Sunday, September 18, 2016
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled. Refreshments will be included and served.

The Abdominal Acupuncture system is an innovatory microsystem based on traditional acupuncture meridian theory.

Fu Zhen theory proposes that the Abdominal Meridian System with Shenque REN-8 at its center forms the fundamental regulating system of the human body. This lecture explores the advanced theory and methods of Fu Zhen, and is illustrated with clinical cases from the lecturer’s over 40 years of personal practice. The knowledge discussed in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand these theories but also to apply these principles at their clinic in order to improve the quality of life of his/her patients.

October 23, 2016 Acupuncture CEU Course

How to Write Advanced Herbal Formulas for Mental Disorders
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Sunday, October 23, 2016
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled. Refreshments will be included and served.

This Acupuncture CEU course will introduce how to select the proper herbs to form advanced formulas according to etiology, pathology, symptoms, signs of Mental Disorders such as TCM Dian (depressive psychosis), and Kuan (manic psychosis). These diseases are explored mainly from a Chinese Medicine perspective as well as western medicine perspectives with some clinical research insight that will allow the Acupuncture practitioner to not only understand the diseases but to also identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases in order to have close cooperation with Psychiatrics and Psychology specialists in order to have a appropriate treatments approaches for patients with mental disorders.

As we know, Acupuncture and Herbs has gained acceptance with the American populace, the Acupuncture practice spectrum has become broader. This CEU course just wants to focus on knowledge of writing advanced herbal formulas for mental disorders. Another ultimate goal of this course is to improve the quality of Acupuncture care.

November 20, 2016 Acupuncture CEU Course

TCM Cosmetology & Dermatology Part I
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Sunday, November 20, 2016
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled. Refreshments will be included and served.

TCM Cosmetology is the study and application of beauty treatment according to TCM principles including skin care, and cosmetics. TCM Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with the skin and its diseases. A TCM dermatologist takes care of diseases, in the widest sense, and some cosmetic problems of the skin, scalp, hair, and nails.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of Wrinkles, Age Spots, Sun Spots, Cellulite, etc. This lecture also covers many hands-on unique, the most effective non-surgical TCM skin treatments and products for cosmetology Rejuvenation. The diseases are discussed from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge presented in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the TCM Cosmetology but also to apply these principles at their clinic in order to improve the quality of life of his/her patients.

As we know, Acupuncture and Herbs has gained acceptance with the American populace, the Acupuncture practice spectrum has become broader. This CEU course just wants to focus on the comprehensive management of TCM cosmetology patients. This course will not incorporate any hands on conventional diagnosis for these diseases. Another ultimate goal of this course is to improve the quality of Acupuncture care.

December 11, 2016 Acupuncture CEU Course

TCM Cosmetology & Dermatology Part II
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Sunday, December 11, 2016
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled. Refreshments will be included and served.

TCM Cosmetology is the study and application of beauty treatment according to TCM principles including skin care, and cosmetics. TCM Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with the skin and its diseases. A TCM dermatologist takes care of diseases, in the widest sense, and some cosmetic problems of the skin, scalp, hair, and nails.

This Acupuncture CEU course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of Acne, Pityriasis Rosea, Eczema, etc. This lecture also covers many hands-on, the most effective, unique, non-surgical TCM skin treatments and products for cosmetological Rejuvenation. These disorders are explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge discussed in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the TCM Cosmetology but also to apply these principles at their clinic in order to improve the quality of life of his/her patients.

As we know, Acupuncture and Herbs has gained acceptance with the American populace, the Acupuncture practice spectrum has become broader. This CEU course just wants to focus on the comprehensive management of TCM cosmetology patients. This course will not incorporate any hands on conventional diagnosis for these diseases. Another ultimate goal of this course is to improve the quality of Acupuncture care.


Acupuncture CEU Course Testimonials

Please click the link above to see participants' evaluations of our past CEU courses.

 

Future Acupuncture CEU Courses

TCM Comprehensive Management for Infertility
8 Acupuncture CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of female and male infertility. The disease is explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge discussed in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Gynecology specialists to provide the best treatment for infertility to improve the quality of life of patients.

Advanced Acupuncture Therapeutics – Ba Gua and Acupunctures
8 Acupuncture CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce the basic knowledge of Ba Gua and its TCM clinical applications. The Bagua (Chinese: 八卦; pinyin: bā guà; literally "eight symbols") is composed of eight diagrams used in Taoist cosmology to represent a range of interrelated concepts. Each diagram consists of three lines, each either "broken" or "unbroken," representing a Yin> line or a Yang line, respectively. Due to their tripartite structure, they are often referred to as "trigrams" in English.The trigrams are related to Taiji philosophy and the Wu Xing. The ancient Chinese classic I Ching consists of the 64 pairs of trigrams (called "hexagrams") and commentary on them. The trigrams have correspondences in astronomy, astrology, geograhy, geomancy, anatomy, the family, and elsewhere.

TCM Management for Ovarian Cysts, Leiomyoma, and Cervical Lesions due to Human Papillomavirus
8 Acupuncture CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, signs of Ovarian Cysts, Leiomyomas, and Cervical lesions due to Human Papillomavirus (HPV). These disorders are explored mainly from a Chinese Medicine perspective including as extensive application of Acupuncture and Chinese herbs as as well as with some clinical research insight that will allow the Acupuncture practitioner to not only understand the diseases but to also identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases in order to have close cooperation with gynecology specialists. The ultimate goal of this course is for Acupuncture practitioners to have certain knowledge of early detection of Ovarian Cysts, Leiomyomas, and Cervical Lesions in order to have a preventative approach for these problems and to improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Comprehensive Management for Severe Ovarian Disorders
8 Acupuncture CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of ovarian disorders such as Polycystic Ovaries, Ovary Dysplasia, Premature Ovary Failure, and Amenorrhea. These diseases are explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge discussed in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Gynecology specialists to provide a preventative and the best treatment for various breast disorders to improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Management for Endometriosis and DUB (Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding)
8 Acupuncture CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, signs of Endometriosis and Dysfunctional Uterus Bleeding. These diseases are explored mainly from a Chinese Medicine perspective as well as with some clinical research insight that will allow the Acupuncture practitioner to not only understand the diseases but to also identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases in order to have close cooperation with oncology specialists in order to have a preventative approach for Endometriosis and Dysfunctional Uterus Bleeding and to improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Comprehensive Management of Cardiovascular Disorders
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of several cardiovascular disorders, such as Atherosclerosis, Angina Pectoris, Chronic Heart Failure, Acute Heart Failure, and Myocardial Infarction. These disorders are explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge discussed in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Gynecology specialists to provide the best treatments for patients in order to improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Comprehensive Management of Complications of Third Trimester of Pregnancy
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of complications of third trimester of pregnancy, such as Heart Disease, Diabetes Mellitus, UTI, Abruptio Placentae, and Placenta Previa. These disorders are explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge discussed in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Gynecology and Obstetrics specialists to provide the best treatments for the second trimester pregnant patients to improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Comprehensive Management of Several Neurological Disorders
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and Guillian –Barre Syndrome. The diseases are discussed from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge presented in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Neurology specialists to provide the best treatment for Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and Guillian-Barre Syndrome in order to improve the quality of life of patients.

Advanced Pharmacological Studies of Chinese Herbs Part III
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will continue to introduce advanced pharmacological studies of commonly used Chinese herbs at different category such as various tonifing herbs, herbs that stabilize and bind. This topic provides pharmacological researches about those different category Chinese herbs’ toxicology and side-effects. This lecture will cover the traditional Chinese herbal functions, pharmacological effects of herbs, clinical herbal combinations, and Herb-Drug interactions. The knowledge discussed in this course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the traditional herbal functions but also to identify pharmacological effects of herbs, clinical herbal combinations, herbal toxicology, herbal side-effects, and Herb-Drug interactions. Upon finishing lecture the practitioner can implement this advanced herbal pharmacological knowledge for patients with medical conditions commonly seen in alternative and complimentary medical clinical practice. With this knowledge the practitioner also can improve the quality of life of patients.

Advanced Pharmacological Studies of Chinese Herbs Part II
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will continue to introduce advanced pharmacological studies of commonly used Chinese herbs at different category. This topic provides pharmacological researches about different category Chinese herbs’ toxicology and side-effects. This lecture will cover the traditional Chinese herbal functions, pharmacological effects of herbs, clinical herbal combinations, and Herb-Drug interactions. The knowledge discussed in this course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the traditional herbal functions but also to identify pharmacological effects of herbs, clinical herbal combinations, herbal toxicology, herbal side-effects, and Herb-Drug interactions. Upon finishing lecture the practitioner can implement this advanced herbal pharmacological knowledge for patients with medical conditions commonly seen in alternative and complimentary medical clinical practice. With this knowledge the practitioner also can improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Comprehensive Management for Complications of the Second Trimester of Pregnancy
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of complications of second trimester of pregnancy, such as Incompetent Cervix, Hypothyroidism, Preeclampsia, Eclampsia, HELLP Syndrome. These disorders are explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge discussed in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Gynecology specialists to provide the best treatments for the second trimester pregnant patients to improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Comprehensive Management for Alzheimer's Disease and Non-Alzheimer's Dementias
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of Alzheimer’s Disease, and Non-Alzheimer’s Dementias (Vascular Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease with Dementia, Huntingtons’s Disease with Dementia, Frontal Lobe Dementia Syndromes, and AIDS Dementia). The diseases are discussed from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge presented in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Neurology specialists to provide the best treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease and Non-Alzheimer’s Dementia in order to improve the quality of life of patients.

Advanced Pharmacological Studies of Chines Herbs Part I
8 CEUs (Approved) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce advanced pharmacological studies of commonly used Chinese herbs. This topic provides pharmacological research results about Chinese herbs’ Si Qi (temperature) and Wu Wei (five tastes), Chinese herbs’ toxicology and side-effects. This lecture will cover the traditional Chinese herbal functions, pharmacological effects of herbs, clinical herbal combinations, and Herb-Drug interactions. The knowledge discussed in this course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the traditional herbal functions but also to identify pharmacological effects of herbs, clinical herbal combinations, herbal toxicology, herbal side-effects, and Herb-Drug interactions. Upon finishing lecture the practitioner can implement this advanced herbal pharmacological knowledge for patients with medical conditions commonly seen in alternative and complimentary medical clinical practice. With this knowledge the practitioner also can improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Comprehensive Management for Ovarian Disorders
8 CEUs (Approved) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of ovarian disorders such as Polycystic Ovaries, Ovary Dysplasia, Premature Ovary Failure, and Amenorrhea. These diseases are explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge discussed in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Gynecology specialists to provide a preventative and the best treatment for various breast disorders to improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Comprehensive Management for Liver and Gallbladder Disorders
8 CEUs (Approved) Provider #668
Date: TBA
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of all types of Hepatitis, Liver Cirrhosis, Complications of Liver Cirrhosis, Gallbladder Inflammation (Cholecystitis) and Gallbladder Stones (Cholelithiasis). The diseases are discussed from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge presented in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Gastroenterology specialists to provide the best treatment for Liver and Gallbladder Disorders to improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Comprehensive Management for Complications of the First Trimester of Pregnancy
8 CEUs (Approved) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of complications of first trimester of pregnancy, such as Morning Sickness, Spontaneous Abortion, and Ectopic Pregnancy. We also introduce some knowledge of Embryology and some of first trimester diagnostic techniques. These disorders are explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge discussed in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Gynecology specialists to provide the best treatments for the first trimester pregnant patients to improve the quality of life of patients.

Advanced Scalp Acupuncture for Neurological Disorders
8 CEUs (Approved) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU course will introduce Advanced Scalp Acupuncture Technique and its extensive application for neurological disorders such as Aphasia, Amnesias, Transient Ischemic Attacks, and Complications of Stroke (Cerebrovascular Accident). These diseases are explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medical perspectives as well as with some clinical research insight that will allow the Acupuncture practitioner to not only understand the diseases from different medical perspectives but also to teach the Acupuncture practitioner how to apply these demonstrated Advanced Scalp Acupuncture modalities to these diseases in order to improve the quality of life of the patient.

TCM Comprehensive Management for Breast Disorders
8 CEUs (Pending) Provider #668
Date: TBA
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Yo San alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is cancelled.

This Acupuncture CEU course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of breast disorders such as Mastalgia, Cysts, Lumpiness, Nipple Discharge, Mastitis and Malignant Changes. These diseases are explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge discussed in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Gynecology specialists to provide a preventative and the best treatment for various breast disorders to improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Management for Spinal Cord and Nerve Compression Disorders
8 CEUs (Pending) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80


This Acupuncture CEU course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, signs, diagnosis, and integrative treatments for spinal cord and nerve compression disorders such as nerve root disorders, cervical and lumbar herniated nucleus pulposus, cervical spondylosis, and thoracic outlet obstruction syndromes. These diseases are explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medical perspectives as well as with some clinical research insight that will allow the Acupuncture practitioner to not only understand the diseases from different medical perspectives but also to teach the Acupuncture practioner how to apply these demonstrated Chinese Medical modalities to these diseases in order to improve the quality of life of the patient. The Chinese Medical modalities include Acupuncture, Herbs, Chinese Orthopedic Manipulations (Tui Na), Electric Stimulation, Cupping, etc.

Fundamental Differences Between Theories of Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine

8 CEUs (Pending) Provider #668
Date: TBA
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80

This Acupuncture CEU course is designed for all medical professionals such as Medical Doctors, Dentists, Pharmacists, Nurses, and Physician Assistants. This course will emphasize the fundamental difference in theories of Chinese and Western Medicine. This course is the first in a series of five lectures. All attendees who complete this intensive series of courses will at the end have a through understanding of the essence of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and how some of its principles can be applied and integrated with Western Medicine practice. This course is also meant to help to bridge Western and Eastern Medicine.

Advanced Acupuncture Therapeutics – Fu Zhen (Abdominal Acupuncture)
8 CEUs (Pending) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

The Abdominal Acupuncture system is an innovatory microsystem based on traditional acupuncture meridian theory. Fu Zhen theory proposes that the Abdominal Meridian System with Shenque REN-8 at its centre forms the fundamental regulating system of the human body. This lecture explores the advanced theory and methods of Fu Zhen, and is illustrated with clinical cases from the lecturer over 35 years own practice.

Advanced Acupuncture Therapeutics – Wu Shen Zhan and Mental Disorder
8 CEUs (Pending) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

The Abdominal Acupuncture system is an innovatory microsystem based on traditional acupuncture meridian theory. Fu Zhen theory proposes that the Abdominal Meridian System with Shenque REN-8 at its centre forms the fundamental regulating system of the human body. This lecture explores the advanced theory and methods of Fu Zhen, and is illustrated with clinical cases from the lecturer over 35 years own practice.

Clinical Application and Case Study of 19 pathogeneses of Diseases in <<Huang Di Nei Jing>> Part I
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce advanced studies 19 pathogeneses of diseases in <<Huang Di Nei Jing>> and its clinical applications. The knowledge discussed in this course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the classic 19 pathogeneses of disorders but also to identify its clinical effects. Upon finishing our lecture the practitioner can implement this advanced TCM classics knowledge of disease pathogeneses on patients with the corresponding medical conditions commonly seen in alternative and complimentary medical clinical practice such as Liver disorders, Kidney disorders, Lung disorders, Spleen disorders and etc. With this knowledge the practitioner also can improve the quality of life of patients.

TCM Comprehensive Management of Postpartum Disorders (TCM Obstetrics Part IV)
8 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Date: TBA
12PM-8PM
Lecturer: Meredith Chunyi Qian, L.Ac.
Location: 450 N. Bedford Dr., Suite 213A, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Prices: Acupuncturist rate: $120, Faculty member or supervisor at any TCM college or university rate: $100, Samra alumni rate: $100, Current DAOM or Ph.D. degree student rate: $100, Current Master's degree student rate: $80
Registration must be completed 7 days prior to the event. Please use the form below to register. All registered participants will be notified and refunded if for any reason the course is canceled.

This Acupuncture CEU Course will introduce etiology, pathology, symptoms, and signs of women with postpartum disorders, such as puerperal infection, postpartum hemorrhage, acute mastitis and postpartum depression. These disorders are explored from both biomedical and Chinese Medicine perspectives, including clinical research that emphasizes a multi-faceted approach to comprehensive treatments such as herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, and Chinese herbal nutrition etc. The knowledge discussed in the course will allow the Acupuncture practitioner not only to understand the diseases but also to identify the clinic manifestations of these diseases early and effectively in order to have close cooperation with Gynecology specialists to provide the best treatments for patients in order to improve the quality of life of patients.

 

Advanced Specialty Training China Trip in Beijing

Advanced China Seminars
50 CEUs (Approved) (Category I) Provider #668
Qiwei Zheng, DOM, L.Ac.
Location: Various hospitals in China

In March 2016, Beverly Hills Acupuncture & Herbology Training center is proud to offer a specialty training opportunity at the China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing, China. Acupuncturists or Students who had participated in our center’s CEU courses are able to participate in two weeks of intensive training in Integrative Medicine of Gynecology, Neurology, Orthopedics, and Pain Control at major hospitals in Beijing, China.

This intensive and exciting overseas training program is approved by the CA Acupuncture Board for 50 CEU units (enough for 2 years!). This special program will provide participants hands on experience in the Gynecology, Neurology, and Orthopedics Hospitals in Beijing by practicing Acupuncture, Herbal Prescriptions, TuiNa, etc. All of these valuable experiences will undoubtedly benefit your own practice here in the States.

Upon successful completion of the training program, participants will receive a certificate of completion from the China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China.

Travel accommodations will be taken care of by our center.

You will be housed in four star hotels and have many opportunities for sightseeing, climbing the Great Wall of China, seeing the Beijing Opera, traveling around Beijing, and experiencing life in China.

The fee of this program will fluctuate with airline, hotel, and tuition prices.

The organizer of Advanced China Seminar, Dr. Zheng had been a Vice Director of the Beijing International training Center for many years prior to relocating to California! Dr. Zheng had successfully organized several similar China Acupuncture Seminars in the past few years.

Please do not hesitate to contact us using the contact form below for more information on this program that we are planning to run in March 2016 or for any of our Acupuncture CEU course offerings.

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