Continuing Education

We offer several CE courses per year, totaling at least 50 required CE credits per two-year period.
ACCHS is approved by the California Acupuncture Board as a continuing education provider for licensed acupuncturists (Provider Number 001).



 

1. Clinical Application of Fuyang Moxibustion (Taught in Chinese)

扶阳灸法的临床应用 (中文授课)

Instructor: Mr. Lou, Wei, L.Ac.

8 CEU Hours: Category 1, approved by the California Acupuncture Board

April 29, 2018 (9am- 5:30pm). Didactic lectures and practical application

Practitioners: $80   Alumni: $60   Current ACCHS faculty & students: free

 

Course Objectives

Fuyang Moxibustion Therapy is based on the Eastern Han Dynasty doctor Zhang Zhongjing’s emphasis on “Fu Yang Qi, Bao Wei Qi” (strengthen yang-qi, protect stomach-qi). Fuyang Moxibustion is a unique moxibustion therapy, combining traditional moxibustion with Qigong, Taichi, Meditation, specific acupuncture points and different moxibustion methods to fulfill the principle of “Fu Yang Qi, Bao Wei Qi” (strengthen yang-qi, protect stomach-qi) , regulating the body’s balance of yin and yang, and optimizing the flow of qi and blood. It has a very important and unique role in health care and the treatment of disease. It is not only effective and practical, but also easy to learn and master. This course will briefly introduce the history of the origin of Fuyang Moxibustion Therapy, focusing on its basis in traditional Chinese medicine theory, its clinical application, common acupuncture points, application methods, precautions and relevant modern clinical research.

主要内容:扶阳艾灸疗法,是根据东汉张仲景提出的“扶阳气,保胃气”的理论形成的一种独特灸法,它以传统灸法结合气功、太极、静坐、特定穴位、不同的灸法流程, 达到 “扶阳气、保胃气”,调节人体阴阳平衡、气血流畅的目的,在治疗临床常见疾病、养生保健方面有非常重要的、独特的作用。扶阳灸法不仅有效实用,而且易于学习掌握。本课将简要介绍扶阳灸法的历史起源,重点介绍扶阳灸法的中医理论依据、临床适应范围、常用穴位、操作方法、注意事项以及现代临床研究。

 

About the Instructor

Mr. Lou Wei began his studies of Chinese Medicine in Beijing in 1988, following Dr. Kong Shao Hua (Dr. Kong’s father is one of the Beijing’s most famous Chinese medicine doctors). He further studied acupuncture and massage at Beijing Jinghua Medical University and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. After 1996, he worked for China Health Care International Exchange Promotion Association as a health consultant in Beijing. He came to the United States in 2013 and taught many TCM courses in different schools. He is now an instructor at ACCHS. His areas of specialization are TCM internal medicine, TCM pediatrics, and Pain management.

娄伟医师,自1988年在北京跟随北京四大名医之一孔伯华之子孔少华先生学习中医,并在北京金华学院、北京中医药大学得到了中医针灸、推拿的进一步深造。1996 年后,在中国医疗保健国际交流促进会担任健康保健顾问。2013年来到美国,在不同的学校教授中医课程, 现任教于ACCHS。专业特长:中医内科杂病、中医儿科、各种痛症。


 

 

2. Six-Channel Diagnosis in the Shanghan Lun, Part II
CEU Hours: Category 1, 32 CEUs approved by the California Acupuncture Board

Instructor: Dr. Suzanne Robidoux, PhD (China)

Didactic lectures (32 CEU’s Pending): May 18th-21st, 2018 (9:00am – 6:00pm)

This is the 2nd Weekend of Jing Fang – Six-Channel Diagnosis in the Shanghan Lun with Dr. Suzanne Robidoux

This 4-day course is broken up into two main sections. 
16 California CEU’s pending for each 2-day component

Time: May 18th to 19th, and May 20th to 21st, 2018

Location: 
Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences
1600 Broadway Ave, Suite 200
Oakland, CA 94612

Course Description

Days 1-2 (16 CEU’s)

In days 1-2, Dr. Robidoux will focus on elucidating the Interior Conformations of Yangming. 

This will include key lines that highlight Yangming physiology, pathology and diagnosis, as well as key Yangming formulas (Cheng Qi Tangs, Baihu Tang, Zhizi Chi Tang, Gua Di San, Xie Xin Tang, Dahuang Huanglian Xiexin Tang, Baitouweng Jia Gancao Ejiao Tang)

Days 3-4 (16 CEU’s)

In days 1-2, Dr. Robidoux will focus on elucidating the Interior Conformations of Taiyin. 

This will include key lines that highlight Taiyin physiology, pathology and diagnosis, as well as key Taiyin formulas (Sini Tang, Fuling Sini Tang, Fuzi Tang, Fuling Yin, Fuzi Jingmi Tang, Lizhong Tang, Xiao Banxia Tang, Da Jianzhong Tang, Wuzhuyu Tang, Shaoyao Gancao Tang, Danggui Shaoyao San, Wenjing Tang, Gancao Ganjiang Tang)

Rates:

Early Bird Rates: Apply until 4/30/2018

  • Professional                           $175 per day, $550 for 4 days
  • ACCHS Alumni                       $125 per day, $425 for 4 days
  • Current ACCHS faculty           $100 per day, $325 for 4 days

 
Rates after 5/1/2018

  • Professional                           $200 per day, $700 for 4 days
  • ACCHS Alumni                       $150 per day, $500 for 4 days
  • Current ACCHS faculty           $125 per day, $400 for 4 days


 

Six-Channel Diagnosis in the Shanghan Lun, Part II

May 18th-21st, 2018

(9:00am to 6:00pm)
Category 1, 32 CEUs are approved by the California Acupuncture Board

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3. Advanced Applications of Master Tung Acupuncture

  • Friday, June 1st: CEU Hours: Category 1, 8 CEUs are Pending by the California Acupuncture Board
  • Saturday to Sunday, June 2nd to 3rd: Category 1, 16 CEUs are Pending by the California Acupuncture Board
  • Monday, June 4th: Category 1, 8 CEUs are Pending by the California Acupuncture Board

    Instructor: Dr. Henry McCann, PhD

3 Didactic lectures (Total of 32 CEU’s Category 1 CEU’s Pending, split into 8, 16, 8): June 1st to 4th, 2018 (9:00am – 6:00pm)

Course Descriptions

Tung Acupuncture: Needling the Luo Mai (Friday, June 1st, 8 CEU’s pending)

This course discuss the treatment use of Master Tung’s treatments using the luo mai. Strategies and techniques will be taught to treat conditions ranging from musculoskeletal to internal medical conditions. The use of these points and techniques will be related to Chinese Medical theory so that students may understand the underlying logic, and use the methods flexibly in clinic

Treating Pain with Tung Acupuncture (Sat-Sun, June 2nd to 3rd, 16 CEU’s pending)

This course discuss the treatment of pain through the use of Master Tung acupuncture. The material will be divided by region and location of pain but go beyond simple protocols based on location, by relating to the quality and chronicity of the pain as well as the Chinese Medical theory.

Integration of Tung Style and Classical Acupuncture (Monday, June 4th, 8 CEU’s pending)

This course discuss the integration of Tung Style and Classical Acupuncture, by framing both systems according to traditional channel theory and imaging concepts. Theory will be explained for many commonly used points, and examples will be given for the treatment of many common conditions and presentations.

This 4-day course is broken up into two main sections. 
16 California CEU’s pending for each 2-day component

Time: June 1st, June 2nd to 3rd, and June 4th, 2018

Location: 
Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences
1600 Broadway Ave, Suite 200
Oakland, CA 94612

Rates:

Early Bird Rates: Apply until 4/31/2018

  • Professional                           $175 per day, $550 for 4 days
  • ACCHS Alumni                       $150 per day, $450 for 4 days
  • Current ACCHS faculty           $125 per day, $350 for 4 days

 
Rates after 5/1/2018

  • Professional                           $200 per day, $700 for 4 days
  • ACCHS Alumni                       $175 per day, $550 for 4 days
  • Current ACCHS faculty           $150 per day, $400 for 4 days


 

Advanced Applications of Master Tung Acupuncture

June 1st to 4th, 2018

(9:00am to 6:00pm)
Category 1, 32 CEUs are Pending by the California Acupuncture Board

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ACCHS is happy to welcome you to Oakland and ACCHS.  Find FAQs on our website at: http://www.acchs.edu/ceufaqs/

Refund Policy

ACCHS CEU Provider Number: 001
Language of Instruction: All courses taught in English unless otherwise noted
Location of Courses: All courses held at ACCHS (1600 Broadway Ave, Oakland, CA 94612) unless otherwise noted 

Cancellation and Refund Policy

  • All cancellations must be received in writing by letter, fax, or email (abella@acchs.edu).
  • Cancellations made at least 7 calendar days prior to the first class day will receive a full refund less a $40.00 administration fee.
  • Cancellations made less than 7 calendar days prior to the first class day will receive a 50% refund.
  • ACCHS is unable to transfer course fees paid for one seminar or course to any other seminar or course.
  • In the unlikely event that ACCHS has to cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment, or for some other unforeseen reason, registrants will receive a full refund.

About ACCHS – Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences
Oakland based ACCHS is a top ranked TCM school that cultivates health, community, and life through its MSTCM program and student teaching clinic. As the third oldest TCM school in the country ACCHS is committed to expanding and strengthening the Chinese medicine community in the US and abroad. ACCHS provides an engaging curriculum for its MSTCM and DAOM program slated to begin this spring. For more information on ACCHS, CEUs, and our upcoming DAOM please contact the office at 510-763-7787. To make a clinic appointment please call 510-763-1299.

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