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TAAOM 2021 Fall Seminar Replay

Registration opens November 13-30, 2021!

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TAAOM 2021 Fall Seminar Replay
TAAOM 2021 Fall Seminar Replay

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Nov 13, 2021, 12:00 PM – Nov 30, 2021, 5:00 AM

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About REST Fest

TAAOM has recorded its Fall Seminar (originally presented on October 22-24, 2021). This Seminar included a variety of topics helpful to you and the clients you serve, presented by 8 experienced practitioners from Texas, California and Viet Nam. The presentations will be available starting November 13 for you to access until November 30. We are pleased to offer you the choice of being able to sign up for the full 16 hours, a 2.5 hour segment (Group 1), 7.0 hour segment (Group 2) or 6.5 hour segment (Group 3) with a discount, or, if you prefer, you may select individual topics.

You will find the registration information here that includes the schedule of topics, presenters, CAE hours per topic and individual cost per topic, along with registration options. Once you have registered, you will receive an email listing all of your selected topics and a link (including Meeting ID and Password) to the Full Seminar or links to each topic you have selected separately or within a Group, accessible via your browser. You will also receive a link to all of the supplemental materials for your chosen topics and Reporting Forms that must be completed in order to receive your CAE Certificate. Remember, these topics will only be available for viewing until midnight on November 30, 2021.

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SEMINARS

 Current Topics in Ethics and  Safety for Acupuncturists (1.5 hr / $42 ) 

Learn  the ethics surrounding patient treatment, referrals, OSHA guidance and  telehealth in the current clinical environment. Refresh your knowledge  of specific ethics and compliance information as it relates to the  practice of acupuncture in the state of Texas. Participate in a live  case presentation with Q and A, regarding common areas that lead to  investigations and professional discipline of acupuncturists.

Beth Howlett, DAOM, LAc.

CAE Credits: Ethics & Safety 1.5

 Acupuncture & Myofascial Lines for  the Neck, Back, and Shoulders (1 hr / $28) 

Myofascial  lines provide an anatomical basis for the  meridians as well as for  acupuncture point functions. In  this presentation we will cover key  distal points for  treating the neck, back, and shoulders. Concepts  related  to myofascial functions like tensegrity, and the  significance  of form and function will be discussed. By  understanding the anatomy of  myofascial lines we can  achieve better therapeutic results with  acupuncture.

James Spears, M.S.

CAE Credits: General Acupuncture 1

 Busting Stereotypes: LGBTQ+ Health  with a focus on TransHealth. (2 hr / $56) 

Let’s  discuss insights to create a transfriendly practice  including charting  tips, clinical cases from L.Acs, the use  of expansive pronouns, local  and national resources.

Pamela Ellen Ferguson, Dipl.ABT

(NCCAOM), AOBTA(r), GSD Certified

Instructor, LMT(TX)

CAE Credits: General Acupuncture 2

 Building Rapport & Trust with Skillful Feedback (2 hr / $56) 

Just  as a carpenter has their measuring tape, we rely on feedback as one of  our best tools to make sure that we are on track with our patients, with  our colleagues, and even employees and supervisors. Skillful feedback  can improve the practitioner / patient relationship and strengthen  rapport, thus impacting treatment outcomes. This course combines theory  and practice to develop your skill at requesting, receiving, giving and  acting on feedback. Finally, we will look at script for resolving  difficulties, which can facilitate transforming conflict to opportunity.

Billy Zachary, DAOM, LAc

CAE Credits: General Acupuncture 2

 Acupuncture for Acute Stroke (3 hr / $84) 

Learn  the neurological mechanism of stroke and ancient  acupuncture  techniques for treating patients with acute  stroke. The presentation  will include experiences of  treating stroke in the American hospital  setting.  Nelson Song Luo, PhD, MD (China), LAc.

CAE Credits: Bio-med 1.5; General Acupuncture 1.5

 Prevention and Treatment with Jingfang (Classic Chinese Herbal Formulae)  for Covid-19 and Its Variants  (2hr / $56) 

Jingfang,  also known as classical Chinese herbal formulae in traditional Chinese  medicine, is an ancient herbal remedy that was formed in China at about  3,000 BC. In fact, Jingfang has been involved in China's COVID-19  treatment protocols since the beginning of the outbreak and showed huge  value in preventing, and treated numerous of the Covid-19 and its  variants cases since then. Dr. Huang Huang is the famous scholar and  leader of the Classic Chinese Herbal Formulas School in the world. This  presentation is introducing the experience Dr. Jing Fan learned from Dr.  Huang Huang on the strategies of using Jingfangs for the Covid-19 and  its variants issues.

Jing Fan, PhD, MD (China), L.Ac.

CAE Credits: Bio-med .5; Herbology 1.5

 4 Pillars of Health (1.5 hr / $42) 

There  are four separate metabolic phases that the body  must go through in  order to turn food into either energy or  mass. Those phases are:

1. Digestion

2. Absorption

3. Utilization

4. Elimination

The old adage, “You’re only as strong as your weakest  link,” applies  here. So, you may be eating good food, if  you're not then that's a  good place to start, but how well is  your body digesting, absorbing and  utilizing that food?  And finally, how well do you eliminate the waste  product  from the metabolism of that food? I can show you any   disease—from anxiety and depression to cancer or  autoimmune disease,  IBS to insomnia can be traced back  to the integrity of these four  pillars. A weak link in any of  them can lead us to disease. But there  is a way to restore  them if you know how.

Radhia Gleis, Med, CCN

CAE Credits; Bio-med .5, General acupuncture 1

Treating the Side-Effects of  Chemotherapy and Radiation with Chinese  Herbal Formulas (3 hr / $84) 

Dr.  Wen introduces a comprehensive understanding of  the side-effects of  western medications in cancer  treatment, as well as how to use herbal  medicine to  minimize them. He presents the Chinese herbal formulas   that provide patients with the best opportunity to restore  health to  their internal organs and vital substances.

Hua-Bing Wen, B. Med., MS, L.Ac.

CAE Credits: Bio-med .5, Herbology 2.5

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The Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners has granted to TAAOM (Approved Provider # CAE00004) a total of 16 hours of CAE credit for this Fall Seminar:

· Biomedicine - 3

· General Acupuncture - 7.5

· Herbology - 4

· Safety and Ethics - 1.5

These courses may be used for PDAs by NCCAOM for recertification purposes.

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COST

TAAOM members will receive 50% off the total value of the full seminar and 1 day registration options, Non members who register for the Full Seminar receive a discounted price.

If you prefer to choose your own topics or add more topics to an individual day discounted registration, prices are per topic. See attached Registration Form.

  • Full course - 17 hours - $300-TAAOM member / $355 non-member
  • Group 1 - 2.5 hours - $53- TAAOM member / $63 non-member
  • Group 2- 7 hours - $147- TAAOM member / $175 non-member
  • Group 3- 6.5 hours- $138- TAAOM member / $163 non-member
  • Individual courses - $28 per hour 

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QUESTIONS?  Contact Leslie L. Myers, TAAOM Fall Seminar Coordinator

512.585.2118 or llm@jvmyers.com

Please share with friends and colleagues you think might be interested!

Tickets

  • Full Course (16 hr) member

    $300.00
  • Full Course (16 hr) non-member

    $355.00
  • Group 1 (2.5 hr) non-member

    $63.00
  • Group 1 (2.5 hr) member

    $53.00
  • Group 2 (7 hr) member

    $147.00
  • Group 2 (7 hr) non-member

    $175.00
  • Group 3 (6.5 hr) member

    $136.00
  • Group 3 (6.5 hr) non-member

    $163.00
  • Beth Howlett (1.5 hr)

    CURRENT TOPICS IN ETHICS AND SAFETY FOR ACUPUNCTURISTS

    $42.00
  • James Spears (1 hr)

    ACUPUNCTURE & MYOFASCIAL LINES FOR THE NECK, BACK, AND SHOULDERS

    $28.00
  • Pamela Ellen Ferguson (2 hr)

    BUSTING STEREOTYPES: LGBTQ+ HEALTH WITH A FOCUS ON TRANSHEALTH

    $56.00
  • Billy Zachary (2 hr)

    BUILDING RAPPORT & TRUST WITH SKILLFUL FEEDBACK

    $56.00
  • Nelson Song Luo (3 hr)

    ACUPUNCTURE FOR ACUTE STROKE

    $84.00
  • Jing Fan (2 hr)

    PREVENTION AND TREATMENT WITH JINGFANG (CLASSIC CHINESE HERBAL FORMULAE) FOR COVID-19 AND ITS VARIANTS

    $56.00
  • Radhia Gleis (1.5 hr)

    4 PILLARS OF HEALTH

    $42.00
  • Hua-Bing Wen (3 hr)

    TREATING THE SIDE-EFFECTS OF CHEMOTHERAPY AND RADIATION WITH CHINESE HERBAL FORMULAS

    $84.00

Total

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