May 12, 2021 - 4:00 pm Pacific Time May 12, 2021 - 5:00 pm Pacific Time


Photos of Heidi Lovie and Clayton Shiu

Event Details

Free Webinar with Pacific Alumni Heidi Lovie, DACM and Clayton Shiu, PhD

Pacific College alumni discuss their experience and strategies for treating COVID-19 Long Haulers and take questions from you. Symptoms to be discussed include:

  • Fatigue
  • Brain fog
  • Respiratory challenges
  • Loss of taste and smell
  • And more

Click to watch below on the day of the webinar:

About the Presenters

Heidi Lovie

As a private practitioner of Acupuncture and Asian Medicine, Dr Lovie primarily focuses on auto-immune disorders with a special interest in Hashimoto’s. However, she regularly works with all aspects of women’s health (menstrual disorders, conception difficulty, pregnancy, post-partum maternal care, breast care), pain management, HIV management, cancer care, and “last resort” cases where everything else has been tried. While working on her doctorate, Dr Lovie developed a passion for functional and integrative medicine. She firmly believes that the future of Chinese medicine involves collaboration, transparency, and modern clinical knowledge. She regularly views modern blood work (i.e. upgraded thyroid panels, MTHFR testing, etc) through the scope of classical Chinese medicine to help patients set obtainable health goals towards greater healing. When not with patients, Dr Lovie is instructing future healers in her role as a clinic supervisor at Pacific College of Health and Science where she also teaches a course in gynecology and women’s health. She has extensive training in Master Tung’s Acupuncture system with several teachers in this family lineage and regularly employs his methods in patient care.

Dr Clayton Shiu, PhD

Clayton Shiu is an acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist with over 19 year’s experience practicing acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as a NCCAOM and New York State licensed acupuncturist. Clayton holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master’s degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from the Pacific College of Health & Science, ranked in the top 10 acupuncture schools in the U.S. and an institution widely recognized for excellence in its acupuncture curriculum and clinical training. Clayton received a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Acupuncture and Moxibustion at the Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, a highly regarded teaching facility and the largest acupuncture and moxibustion center in China. His research was concerned with acupuncture treatment for cerebral disorders under the tutelage of Dr. Shi Xue Min, the pioneer of modern acupuncture stroke treatment, at the distinguished First Teaching Hospital of Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Clayton was awarded a special scholarship by the Chinese Government to undertake this position as part of continued efforts by both the Chinese and United States governments to facilitate greater knowledge exchange between the countries. Having trained in both Western and Chinese medicine, as well as treating many patients with acupuncture at the referral of some of the United States’ best physicians, Clayton is at the forefront of integrating Western medicine with acupuncture for best patient care. He is also in unique position to bridge the philosophical and practical differences between Western and Eastern medicine, and has developed communication techniques that improve understanding for medical practitioners and patients alike.


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