Coming in 2015, Dates to be announced
Location: Internet Online Live Webinar
This live webinar covers the TCM and biomedicine aspects of infertility treatment. Learn how to differentiate between male and female causes of infertility. Participants learn how to prevent chronic recurrent miscarriages. Learn how to treat luteal phase defects, tubal blockages, endometriosis and cysts contributing to infertility. Enjoy this course on the treatment and prevention of infertility with acupuncture and herbal medicine.
Program objective highlights for participants:
1. To provide the attendee with a thorough understanding of biomedical diagnosis, evaluation and treatment protocols for the infertile patient.
2. To teach the participants how to diagnose and treat the infertile couple through a TCM perspective.
3. To teach the students the causes and treatments for repeated pregnancy loss.
4. To teach male and female factors of infertility.
TCM and biomedicine perspectives on thrombophillic disorders leading to miscarriages including Anti-phospholipid syndrome, Dual gene variant methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase with hyperhomocysteinemia, PAI-1 insufficiency and Protein C insufficiency. Learn how to translate these issues into a TCM diagnosis.
TCM and biomedicine perspectives on tubal blockages including Mucinous plugs, Dense adhesions, Hydrosalpynx and issues of Blockage v. tubal spasm.
TCM and biomedicine perspectives on infertility relating to cysts including dermoid, endometriomas, functional and Luteinized unruptured follicular cysts.
TCM and biomedicine perspectives on infertility relating to repeated pregnancy loss including Sperm DNA fragmentation, Activated Natural Killer (NKa+) cells, luteal phase insufficiency and Hydrosalpynx.
TCM and biomedicine perspectives on infertility relating to endometriosis including theory, Non anatomical causes of infertility, treatment, and why some women with retrograde menstruation get endometriosis while others do not.
TCM and biomedicine perspectives on infertility relating to luteal phase defects including Poor corpus luteum function, Poor endometrial receptors, Hypothalamic/anterior pituitary causes and Irregular periods for other reasons.
TCM and biomedicine perspectives on infertility relating to male factors including psychogenic causes of erectile dysfunction, Sperm DNA fragmentation, Anti-sperm antibodies and Vericocele.