Dermatology and TCM Case Study with Mazin Al-Khafaji – Free Master Class Now on Youtube

Join master herbalist Mazin Al-Khafaji, one of the leading clinicians and teachers in the field of dermatology and TCM, as he reviews internal and external applications of Chinese herbs for psoriasis. During this presentation, multiple treatment phases and reassessments are reviewed, as well as questions about Western medicine interactions and other considerations.   Over the …

The Link Between Qigong Breath Holding and Nitric Oxide

By Susan West Qigong is a wellness practice from China whose roots trace back to healing practices of ancient Asia [1], with many different branches and methods. While they have different emphases, all share three main elements: training the body, mind, and breath. Breath training exercises can include different ways of inhaling, exhaling, and holding …

WEBINAR: HOW THE CORONAVIRUS IS TREATED BY TCM IN CHINA

Download Handout Watch on YouTube In this webinar, our featured guest, John Chen, PhD, PharmD, OMD, LAc, from Evergreen Herbs, discusses how coronavirus (Covid-19) is currently being treated with TCM in China. Dr. Chen provides a brief discussion on the pathology and treatment from the Western medicine perspective and goes into a detailed discussion on …

Help Clients Reach Peak Performance in Today’s Climate

When you hear the phrase peak performance, your mind probably first goes to athletics. You think of runners conditioning for a marathon or sports professionals preparing for the big game. However, once we really think about what it means to reach peak performance, it becomes clear that the actual meaning of the word extends far …

COVID19- Important Updates from President Jack Miller

Dear San Diego, New York and Chicago students (and faculty and staff), Before I begin with information about alternatives to classroom instruction and the suspension of the clinic, I want to encourage anyone who needs help of any kind to reach out to your campus director, WellConnect, or personal physician, whichever seems most appropriate to …