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The Four Essentials of an Eminent Chinese Medicine Practitioner 醫者四德

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This course is the first of the Traditional Chinese Medicine course series offered by Ancient Path, focusing on the four essentials of a Chinese medicine practitioner.  The four essentials served as a critical foundation for Chinese medicine practitioners to understand diagnosis, causes and treatments of diseases, as well as prevention.

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Course Description and Objectives

This course is the first of the Traditional Chinese Medicine course series offered by Ancient Path, focusing on the four essentials of a Chinese medicine practitioner.  The four essentials served as a critical foundation for Chinese medicine practitioners to understand diagnosis, causes and treatments of diseases, as well as prevention.  Bringing 23 years of clinical experience, the instructors will broaden and deepen the practitioner’s understanding of the essence and application of Chinese Medicine.  This course will help practitioners rediscover the balance of health, understand the root causes of illness, and explore the ancient wisdom of connecting body, mind and spirit for internal harmony.   

At the conclusion of this course, the practitioners will be able to –

  • Make a correct differential diagnosis
  • Understand root causes of diseases
  • Obtain essential knowledge on how to treat the diseases
  • Advise on how to prevent the diseases from returning

Intended Audience: 

Both new graduates of New England School of Acupuncture (or any college of Chinese Medicine) as well as current Chinese Medicine practitioners looking to further enhance their foundation of Chinese Medicine Practice will benefit from this course.

Dates: 

This course will be offered at August 11th, 2024 (Sunday)

Course Duration:

8 hours, including 1-hour lunch break and brief breaks between sessions to be conducted within 1 day 

CEU:

7 credits

Your Instructors:

Fang-Tsuey LinMS (Harvard) / MAOM (NESA) / Master Clinician of Nutrition Response Testing

Fang-Tsuey Lin is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to practice acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.  She earned a Masters degree in Oriental Medicine from the New England School of Acupuncture in 2001 and has been practicing in Lexington, MA since then.

Fang-Tsuey incorporates acupuncture, Chinese herbs, cupping, Gua Sha, moxibustion, and auricular acupuncture to help treat her patients.  In order to provide better dietary/lifestyle recommendations, she also incorporates Nutrition Response Testing to help bring healing, peace and better health to her patients.

 

Yi-Jen Aaron Tseng – MS (Harvard) / MAc (NESA)

Yi-Jen Tseng is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to practice acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.  He earned a Masters degree in Oriental Medicine from the New England School of Acupuncture in 2000 and founded Ancient Path Acupuncture and Herbs in Lexington, MA to start his practice.

Yi-Jen uses all the knowledge and experience from the past 20+ years to optimize treatments of his patients.  He incorporates needling, Tui Na/Cheng Gu, Chinese herbs, cupping, Gua Sha, moxibustion, auricular therapy, and dietary/lifestyle recommendations to treat his patients.  He also incorporates various acupuncture styles with focus on Master Tung’s style, EMAS (Electro-Meridian Acupuncture Style) and Five-Element Acupuncture to help bring healing, peace and better health to his patients.

Additional information

Attendee Type

General Audience, NESA Alumni, Non-NESA TCM Student, Current NESA Student, Current NESA Faculty