San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) 14 May 2013
Health Symposium Second Annual Asia focused on the unique challenges of the healthcare workers in the face of a growing population, Asia and the Americas. This year, the symposium highlighted the initiative of the Asian Institute of Health of the University of California, San Francisco, and the differences and problems with Kaiser Asia Society and Health in America.
seminar topics, focusing on five specific diseases that affect the community, including the lung, liver, stomach and breast cancer as well as heart and blood vessels. Returning seminar in areas such as preventive care, treatment of end-stage heart failure, stroke, and areas including infectious diseases as HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, tuberculosis, and aging, as well as obstetrics and gynecology issues.
for the first time, the symposium discussions on acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine therapies. Legs faculty Bingzeng Zhou, Ph.D., DC, Hala and Steve Given, DAOM, Lac, and the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM), a traditional Chinese medical practices essential for medical professionals Bank. D. Zou made a comprehensive assessment of the session, and practical tools to maintain the health and d. Given a presentation entitled to supportive care of cancer patients with acupuncture and oriental medicine. This new seminar is part of sensitive medical important cultural aspect that it is a moment of time, and the population continues to expand in Asia and the Americas.
In addition to these presentations, seminar discussions
California State requirement for the use of disposable plates with acupuncture needles acupuncture to reduce HIV, HBV, and hexachlorobenzene. Particular attention was also paid to dispel myths Model Minority experienced in this cultural group.
these offers talks with the faculty ACTCM d. Zhou d. In particular, the Western medical professionals the opportunity to learn more about acupuncture and other therapies, and helped to open up the discussion for use in traditional Chinese medicine within the health care community Bank. To learn more, visit ACTCM http://www.actcm.edu/.
and information about American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco
American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) at the forefront of educating students in Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco since its inception in 1980. These two Master of Science degrees programsthe Traditional Chinese Medicine (MSTCM) and Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) to provide exceptional professional education.
In addition to degree programs
, ACTCM runs community clinics, based on a diverse and demanding training to their students, which is equipped with a health care cost to the Community. ACTCMs certificate programs in Tui Na and Shiatsu and its introductory classes provide additional educational opportunities for students ACTCM this year, health professionals and the public.
and offer acupuncture therapy and holistic medicine. And inform those who receive acupuncture treatment, sterile, disposable needles are used. Because the needles are thin, solid and pliable, most people feel little to no discomfort. Patients usually feel revitalized and relaxation, and is the recommended course of treatment and self-care based on specific traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) diagnosis. ACTCM practices treating, among other diseases, and allergy relief, pain management and fertility treatment in San Francisco.
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