Past Event: September 13: Riford Adult Center- Free 2.5 CEUs -CAB approved only

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Past Event: September 13: Riford Adult Center- Free 2.5 CEUs -CAB approved only

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Point Combinations for Common Difficult Problems- Expert Systems in Chinese Medicine
With Alex Tiberi, L.Ac.

May 14-15, 2011
12 CEU’s /NCCAOM PDA’s approved
Location: 
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine .
915 Broadway (at 21st) New York, NY 10010

This seminar will cover the most common clinically encountered disorders, presenting a systematic approach that emphasizes effective treatment over theoretical classification or diagnosis. Specific techniques that enhance results with the downplaying of excessive pattern differentiation will be featured. The title “Expert Systems” is meant to convey a systematic way of thinking that focuses on restoring normal physiology by sequentially working through the possible patho-mechanisms of a disorder.

•Respiratory Disorders (cold, cough, asthma, allergies)
•Sleep Disorders
•Hypertension
•Headaches
•Depression
•Chronic Fatigue
•Digestive Disorders (reflux, gastritis, ulcers, hiatal hernia, esophagitis)
•Gallstones
•Constipation
•Urinary Tract and Kidney Disorders (infections, incontinence, edema)
•Pain
•Behavioral Disorders in Children (ADD, Autism, etc.)
•Menstrual Disorders
•Skin Problems/Facial Rejuvenation

Alex A. Tiberi, L.Ac.  In clinical practice for the past twenty-nine years, Alex Tiberi has practiced East Asian medicine in both its most traditional and most modern forms. Alex was a founder and vice-president of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, has also been on the faculty of Qing Bai College of Chinese Medicine in the Netherlands, and lectures internationally.  Having served an apprenticeship with a sixth generation Korean master of East Asian medicine, Alex is proficient in the ancient five element and constitutional forms of acupuncture. His training in modern western science has allowed him to integrate traditional East Asian medical concepts with modern biomedical theory. Alex regularly leads study groups to China to participate in the “Master’s Classical Studies Program” at the Shandong University of Chinese Medicine in Jinan, PRC and in cooperation with faculty at Shandong University has co-founded the Traditional Chinese Medicine Literature Research and Translation Academy.  Alex has expertise in treating orthopedics and pediatrics as well as a wide variety of other conditions, and practices several forms of tuina. He has been a student of Buddhism for over thirty years and practices Tibetan Vajrayana and Japanese Shugendo.

Practitioners $310/Students $150 (Earlybird Discount by April 14th $280/$120)
10% discount for Pacific College faculty & alumni & ASNY members

If you prefer not to register online, you may register by mail, phone, or at Pacific College-NY reception. 
Direct questions or register at cneipris@pacificcollege.edu or 212-982-3456 x229.