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What You Get
CEUs/PDAs 1
LENGTH 1 Hour
Course TYPE Studio Recording
ACCESS Mobile, Desktop, Tablet
ACCESS PERIOD Lifetime
NOTES There are no notes provided with this course.
REGULATIONS Approved: California (1), Florida (1), IVAS (1), NCCAOM (1), Standard Certificate (1)
Course Overview
Qi is a code word. It can take years for a student of Chinese medicine to begin to understand all the variations and permutations implied by the word "Qi". Even so, many practitioners of Chinese medicine fling this word at their patients. The imprecise and even incorrect use of the word "Qi" can lead to grave concerns on the part of patients who go home frightened by their "Qi deficiency" or puzzled about their "Stagnant Qi." By learning the ancient roots of this word, by reviewing the derivative forms of this word (Gu Qi, Zhong Qi, and so on), a practitioner can be reminded of ways to communicate with his patient in a manner that isn't mystical or alarming. By putting key Chinese medical words into English ? and by knowing the historical origins of these words and understanding what they actually meant historically as well as in light of western understanding of physics ? a practitioner can come up with far more helpful treatment plans, and also empower his patient.
Objective
  • Learn the ancient roots of the word Qi, and some of the ancient philosophy behind it.
  • Learn how to translate the various type of medical Qi into simple English that a patient or western MD can easily relate to.
  • Receive examples of how using the Chinese medical terms with patients can lead to confusion and even fear on the part of the patient.
  • Consider the patient empowerment that comes with actually understanding with the acupuncturist is saying.
  • Outline
    0 hrs - 15 min

    What does the word Qi mean? Here we cover two broad ways we can speak about Qi.

    15 min - 30 min

    Further depth on the etymology of Qi.

    30 min - 45 min

    Qi and consciousness.

    45 min - 1 hrs

    Outline of all the various types of Qi.

    What People Are Saying

    Excellent information and thought provoking. Delivery is excellent.

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    Janet S.- United States

    This is a course for all 1st year and 3rd year students of acupuncture. Once in the beginning and again at the end.

    Tess R.- United States of America

    Very good for demystifying the terms

    Suzanne G.- Canada

    Great info - it made it more obvious on how to effectively communicate with patients.

    Rita W.- Canada

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    About Janice Walton-Hadlock

    Dr. Janice (“J.J.”) Walton-Hadlock, DAOM, LAc. is a professor at Five Branches University, in Santa Cruz, California, where she teaches Advanced Channel Theory, Yin Tui Na, Psychology and Counseling, and clinical instruction and supervision. She is the founder of the Parkinson's Recovery Project, a non-profit devoted to dissemination of information about treating Parkinson’s disease using theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine. (www.pdrecovery.org). Her books include Tracking the Dragon, an acupuncture text on advanced channel theory which includes lessons in how to detect, by hand, Channel Qi; Medications of Parkinson’s disease: Once Upon a Pill; and Recovery from Parkinson’s. She’s had articles about her Parkinson’s disease research published in major English language journals of Chinese medicine including the Journal of Chinese Medicine and The American Journal of Acupuncture, and her “commentary” on Parkinson’s medications research was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. She lectures internationally and maintains a private practice in Santa Cruz, California, but beats a retreat to the Vancouver, BC, area as often as possible.

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