Treating allergies in children with Chinese Medicine

Speaker: Moshe Heller MTOM LAc.

Language: Hebrew

Field: Acupuncture, Herbal Therapy, Nutrition, Diagnostics, Practice

This Lecture is suitable for All levels

In this workshop, we will look at the different manifestations of allergies in pediatric patients. We will see how allergies can contribute to conditions such as asthma and eczema as well as ADHD and autism. We will review the pathomechanisms and look at possible treatments while reviewing case studies

Learning Objectives:

The participant will learn how to recognize allergies in pediatric patients
The Participant will learn the pathomechanisms associated with allergies
The Participant will be able to diagnose Chinese patterns in treating allergies
The Participant will learn treatment protocols and procedures in the treatment of allergies
References:

The Allergy solution / Leo Galand
Traditional Chinese medicine, Western Science, and the fight against Allergic Disease/ Xiu Min Li MD
Biography:

Moshe Heller is a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego.
He is the former academic dean and chair of the department of oriental medicine at Pacific College, New York.
Moshe has been practicing and teaching Chinese Medicine for the past 23 years. He taught at the Hebrew University, Medicine College, and the Israeli College of Complementary Medicine. He developed a yearlong certification course with Dr. Stephen Cowan and lectured at the Pacific Symposium in San Diego and FSOMA Conference in Florida. Moshe has also completed postgraduate work at the Guan An Men Hospital in Beijing, China where he focused on Internal Medicine and TCM Gynecology, he has taken various postgraduate courses including Pediatrics and Japanese acupuncture and participated in a research study on the use of acupuncture during labor. Moshe currently maintains a busy practice in NYC.

This post is also available in: Hebrew

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