TCM Schools of Thought | Acupuncture CEU Course

Treatise on Cold Injury (Shang Han Za Bing Lun )

A one hour CEU Video course. There is a saying in Traditional Chinese Medicine, that if you have never studied Cold Injury Doctrine, then you cannot really understand pathophysiology.  Knowing this doctrine well is like having a map to predict and understand how a disease will progress and retreat. This presentation includes an in depth discussion of six channel differentiation, eight principles of treatment, and other concepts of disease transmission, movement and management. These are among the methods that enable a superior physician to treat diseases that have yet to occur.

Upon completion of this class, the practitioner will have a deeper understanding of the tools that enable the ability to prevent disease. To be effective in the modern medical landscape, prevention is the most important skill we must develop

With: Dr. Daoshing Ni, co-founder of Yo San University
2 NCCAOM PDA Points / 1 ½ CAB Unit     
$15      Includes .pdf notes, online quiz and certificate of completion (free to watch this video). Access time: unlimited

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Approved for CEU/PDA by:
NCCAOM Details: Core Competencies: AOM/Biomedicine: 2 PDA
California Details: California Category 1: 1 ½ CEU

Course Outline:

  1. Shang Han Za Bing Lun: Publication Overview
  2. Discussion of Febrile Disease
  3. Shang Han Lun: Differentiation and Treatment Principles
  4. Jin Kui Yao Lue: Overview
  5. Six Channel Differentiation
  6. Eight Principles of Differentiation
  7. Differentiation Process: From Two Dimensions to Three Dimensions
  8. Six Channel Differentiation: Positional Relationship
  9. Disease Transmission: Three Common Occurrences
  10. Disease Types
  11. SCD – Treatment Principles
  12. Eight Methods of Treatments
  13. Formulary from Shang Han Lun
  14. Learning Shang Han Lun
  15. Summary