What You Get
LENGTH 2 Hours
Course TYPE Recorded Webinar
ACCESS Mobile, Desktop, Tablet
NOTES Notes are provided with this course.
REGULATIONS Approved: California, Florida, IVAS, NCCAOM, Standard Certificate
Course Overview
Class 10: Digestive Disorders (Part 2) This will be session 10 of 22 classes that are arranged by subject. This class is 2 hours. For this class, the student will learn about the disease category, its TCM differentiations, and clinical points in choosing and applying the herbal formulas. Session 10 will cover 9 formulas and will continue to explore the topic of Digestive Disorders. Subjects such as Food Stagnation and Damp Turbidity will be covered. A downloadable MP3 audio file, as well as handouts, quiz, evaluation (and program worksheet for those requiring NCCAOM PDAs) will be provided.
  • The student will study and differentiate five herbal formulas that treat food stagnation.
  • The student will study herbal formulas that treat damp turbidity (vomitting and diarrhea).
  • Outline
    0 hrs - 1 hrs

    Food Stagnation (5) ? bao he tang; jian pi wan; kang ning wan; xiang sha yang wei tang; zi sheng tang

    1 hrs - 2 hrs

    Damp Turbidity: Vomitting and Diarrhea (4) ? huo xiang zheng qi san; mu xiang bing lang wan; tong xie yao fang wan; wu mei wan

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    About Jake Fratkin

    Jake Paul Fratkin, OMD, L.Ac. is considered an exciting and well-prepared teacher of Chinese herbal medicine and Japanese acupuncture. Known for emphasizing clinical relevance in his talks, he is sought-after as a teacher at national and state conventions and acupuncture colleges. Dr. Fratkin trained in Korean and Japanese acupuncture since 1975, and Chinese herbal medicine since 1982. He spent a year in Beijing hospitals specializing in internal disorders and pediatrics. He is the author of Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines: A Clinical Desk Reference, a compendium of 1250 Chinese herbal products, Essential Chinese Formulas, and he is the editor-organizer of Practical Therapeutics of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is the recipient of Acupuncturist of the Year (1999) from the AAAOM and Teacher of the Year (2006) from the American Association of Teachers of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AATAOM).

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