Acupuncture Continuing Education

 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and Cervicitis

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Course Video Sample


Cervical dysplasia, Cervicitis, Cervical infections
Endometritis, salpingitis, oophoritis
Ectopic pregnancy
Biomedical approaches to PID
Acupuncture and herbs for PID
PID statistics
Fallopian tube blockages

This video course can be watched online at any time. Enjoy a presentation on acupuncture, herbs, Chinese medicine theory and ‘western' biomedicine diagnostics for the treatment and prevention of cervical infections, cervicitis, cervical dysplasia and general pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Herbal formulas the treatment of lower abdominal pain & leukorrhea plus complications including fallopian tube infections, menorrhagia, endometritis, dysmenorrhea, ectopic pregnancy and infertility are presented in this video presentation. Learn effective treatments for cervicitis, cervical dysplasia, oophoritis and salpingitis.  

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