Alternative Medicine Practitioner Workshops & Webinars

Additional Workshops & Webinars

We offer excellent workshops and webinars directed to all Alternative Medicine Practitioners including:

  • Acupuncturists
  • Doctors
  • Chiropractors
  • Massage Therapists
  • Naturopaths
  • Physiotherapists
  • Midwives
  • Osteopaths
  • Etc.

A selected topic will be chosen and a thorough investigation into that topic will be presented. This includes Traditional Chinese Medicine, Western Medicine, integrated treatments, acupuncture protocols, herbs and herbal formulas, ear acupuncture, and lifestyle advice. Topics that may be offered include infertility, perimenopausal syndrome, dysmenorrhea, etc.

If you have any topics that you would like to have presented or are interested in seeing a previous workshop, please contact us!

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Some of the workshops we have offered include:

HPV: An Integrative Approach

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in North America today.  With over 100 different strains and many presentations, from genital warts to cervical dysplasia (a precancerous condition of the cervix), it is the leading cause of cervical cancer in our healthcare system.  HPV is also relatively new in Chinese Medicine and not many texts have much information.  Join us to learn about Chinese Medicine and HPV according to the most up to date research from China. The lecture will focus on integrating western and Chinese Medicine, highlighting herbs to boost the immune system and reduce the risk of infection as well as herbs that specifically treat this virus.


Making Honeyballs

Honeyballs are a very traditional form of TCM herbal administration.  Sometimes certain conditions or diseases call for a different type of treatment form.  Herbal decoctions are often used in acute conditions and can be difficult for some constitutions to easily metabolize.  Honeyballs on the other hand, are generally used in chronic conditions.  They can treat excess conditions, deficient conditions or conditions that are complicated by excess and deficiency together.  The effects of honeyballs are milder and generally have more of a prolonged effect.  They are easy to administer, especially in cases that have prolonged treatment schedule.  Compared to patent medicines, honeyballs can be easily modified and individualized.  Join us for a seminar and demonstration!

Thermography -Applications in Chinese Medicine

Thermography in Chinese Medicine By Yuxiang Wang, R.TCMP Infrared thermal imaging has been used in medicine since the early 1960s. With the technological development of infrared cameras, clear and detailed information about body temperature distribution is now...
TCM Gynecology with Yuxiang Wang

Skyrocket Your Clinical Results with Post-Graduate TCM Gynecology training with Yuxiang Wang, R.TCMP

Skyrocket your clinical success. Study Online with Yuxiang Wang, R.TCMP  on Sunday November 5th, 2017. Are you looking for Post Graduate Training in Chinese Medicine Gynecology? Are you a registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner and  passionate about giving the best,...

An Integrative Approach to Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

Contents: Introduction : Chinese Herbs which are anti-HPV and boost immunity Dietary remedies for HPV infection, latent HPV infection and HPV infection without visible lesions Integrated approach to genital warts Integrated approach to pre-cancer and cancer of Cervix...