March 21, 2017
Each session is $20, and students are free.
1 CEU per session.
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, March 21, 2017 (12:00pm)
29600 NORTHWESTERN HWY., STE 100A
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48034
This presentation will explain the main principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and how TCM views the functioning of the body. A review of the concepts of Chi and Blood will be described and how they affect health. Specific focus will be on the TCM theory of the causes of pain and how deficient or excessive Chi and blood in the channels manifests as pain. TCM and acupuncture as a healing modality for pain will be described with an optional needling demonstration.
- List the main principles in Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Describe the concept of Chi
- Explain the benefits of “free flow of chi and blood”
- Explain how the flow of Chi and blood can cause pain
- Describe the character of pain for both chi and blood issues
- Explain how and why acupuncture is used for pain management
Karen Siegel Propis, MPH, MSOM, Dipl Ac, Dipl CH, RD, has been working in the field of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine for approximately 15 years. After years of working as a dietitian, specializing in diabetes and eating disorders, Propis added acupuncture to her expertise and training.
Her expertise in the field saw her appointed to the Texas State Board of Examiners for Acupuncturists–ethics and licensure committees, on which she served for 5 years before moving to Michigan.
To register for upcoming seminars, please email or call Deborah@iigp.org or 248.353.5333