CEU Certification Preview

CEU Certification Preview

CEU COURSES AND CERTIFICATION PREVIEW

CEU/PDA credits in 4 easy steps:

  1. First, sign up for our Membership
  2. Watch the webinar(s)
  3. Take the CEU test (no additional charges apply)
  4. Print out your own certificate immediately

Current CEU class topics:

 

1. Interactive Pain Studies – DNA for Pain

This course is appropriate for both the newcomer and the more experienced practitioner. Robert Doane will give a scientific explanation of acupuncture and why acupuncture works. He will also explain the term “Qi” according to the Huang Di Nei Jing. Students will learn the pros and cons of Distal Needling Acupuncture (DNA) and how to successfully treat pain using distal acupuncture. A thorough explanation of Imaging and Mirroring Concepts of the body will be given. Robert Doane will interact, diagnose and treat patients using distal acupuncture. He will be working with case studies and again explain the concept of DNA and associated point prescriptions. Pains in the upper body (neck, upper back, shoulders, fingers, hands, face and chest) and in the lower body (lower back, thighs, feet, ankles and abdomen) will be covered.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 8 (Categories: AOM BIO)
  • CA: 8 (Category 1)
  • FL: 8 (General)
  • Illinois: 8
  • NZASA: 8
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 8

2. Bio-Physiological Explanation of Acupuncture

This course is appropriate for both the newcomer and the more experienced practitioner. The speaker will give a bio-physiological explanation of acupuncture and why acupuncture works. Common historical and translational misconceptions about acupuncture will be addressed and explained, as well as the terms ‘Qi’ and ‘Mai’ according to the Huang Di Nei Jing. Practitioners will learn about the Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) etiology of the vessel systems and how it compares to the blood vessel system and the nervous system of Western Medicine. A thorough explanation of acupuncture points according to TCM and Western medicine will be given as well. Practitioners will have an in-depth understanding of a bio-physiological acupuncture model, which greatly benefits patient education and communication within the Integrative Medical community.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 3 (Categories: AOM OM)
  • CA: 3 (Category 1)
  • Illinois: 3
  • NZASA: 3
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 3

3. Clinic Management: How to build a successful Clinic

This course is meant to enhance the practitioner’s practice by teaching clinic management and how to build a successful clinic. The intention is also to advance the availability and visibility of TCM to the public. The presentation includes motivations for entering the field of Chinese Medicine, indications of long-term care versus short-term care, a comprehensive health intake and commitment to health and patient education. Patient education focuses on explaining differences between TCM and western medicine and a graphing system, which serves as a visual tool for patients’ changes in health. General tips include location, reception and appearance of clinic, patient workshops, free consultations, marketing and speaking engagements.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 6 (Categories: PE-CW)
  • CA: 6 (Category 2)
  • Illinois: 6
  • NZASA: 6 (Category 3)
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 6

4. DNA and Herbal Formulas for Internal Disorders 1

This course is for both the newcomer and the advanced Chinese medical practitioner. The Lecturer will present a bio-physiological explanation of acupuncture and its basis in the Huang Di Nei Jing. The speaker will cover the method of Distal Needling Acupuncture (DNA) with the concepts of mirroring and imaging. DNA point prescriptions and Chinese herbal formulas for various internal disorders will be given, including musculo-skeletal disorders, endocrine disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, cardiovascular disorders and respiratory disorders.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 7 ( Categories: AOM AC & AOM CH)
  • CA: 7 (Category 1)
  • Florida: 7 (General)
  • Illinois: 7
  • NZASA: 7
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 7

5. DNA and Herbal Formulas for Internal Disorders 2

This course is for both the newcomer and the advanced Chinese medical practitioner. The Lecturer will present a bio-physiological explanation of acupuncture and its basis in the Huang Di Nei Jing. The speaker will cover the method of Distal Needling Acupuncture (DNA) along with the concepts of mirroring and imaging. The presenter will also cover the benefits of local vs. distal acupuncture. DNA point prescriptions and Chinese herbal formulas for various internal disorders will be given, including genito-urinary disorders, dermatological disorders, emotional and sleep disorders, immune disorders and detox strategies. DNA point prescriptions and Chinese herbal formulas for women and men will also be covered.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 7 (AOM AC & AOM CH)
  • CA: 7 (Category 1)
  • Florida: 7 (General)
  • Illinois: 7
  • NZASA: 7
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 7

6. Easy Approach to Pulses and Herbs

This course explains the theory of Medical Pulse Diagnosis (MPD) and how to prescribe Chinese herbal formulas to treat conditions indicated by the pulse. Acupuncture point prescriptions will be given as well. The presenter will explain the theory of normal pulses and their deviations. Pulse deviations of all right and left Cun, Guan and Chi positions will be covered, as well as the Extra meridian pulses. Practitioners will learn what the pulse can reveal about a patient’s health. Herbal formulas according to the pulse will be covered. Even though this course focuses on the theory of Medical Pulse Diagnosis and Chinese herbal formulas, acupuncture point prescriptions will also be given.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 7 (AOM OM)
  • CA: 7 (Category 1)
  • Florida: 7 (General)
  • Illinois: 7
  • NZASA: 7
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 7

7. How to make it all go away: Treatment of Pain in the Lower Body

This course is appropriate for both the newcomer and the more experienced practitioner. The lecturer will give a scientific explanation of acupuncture and why acupuncture works for pain management. He will also explain the terms ‘Qi’ and ‘Mai’ according to the Hung Di Nei Jing. Students will learn the theory of Distal Needling Acupuncture (DNA) as well as its pros and cons. It will be explained why DNA works for the treatment of pain. Students will learn how to treat pain in the lower body with DNA and associated point prescriptions will be given. Pains in the abdomen, groin, psoas, legs, feet and lower back will be covered. The lecturer will also provide herbal prescriptions for treating pains in the lower body.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 6.5 (AOM AC)
  • CA: 7 (Category 1)
  • Florida: 5 (General)
  • Illinois: 6.5
  • NZASA: 6.5
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 6.5

8. How to make it all go away: Treatment of Pain in the Upper Body

This course is appropriate for both the newcomer and the more experienced practitioner of acupuncture. The presenter will give a physiological explanation of acupuncture and why it works for pain management. The relationship between neuropathology and acupuncture will be covered as well. He will also explain the terms ‘Qi’ and ‘May’ according to the Hung Di New Jing. The theory of Distal Needling Acupuncture (DNA) as well as its pros and cons will be given. DNA point prescriptions for pains in the upper body (headaches, facial pain, neck pain, upper and middle back pain, wrist and hand pain and groin pain) will be covered. The treatment of acute vs. chronic pain as well as well as herbal formulas will be covered.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 6 (AOM AC)
  • CA: 6 (Category 1)
  • Florida: 6 (General)
  • Illinois: 6
  • NZASA: 6
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 6

9. Spirituality and TCM: Deep Meditation

This course is meant to enhance the practitioner’s practice by teaching a deep meditation technique. It enables the TCM practitioner to cope with the daily requirements of the clinic in a relaxed and positive way as well as teach the technique to patients. Students in course will learn about the world’s great spiritual traditions and meditation practices. Questions like, ‘What is awareness?’ , ‘What is enlightenment?’ and ‘Who am I?’ will be covered. The lecturer will talk about the benefits of meditation for body and mind specifically for TCM practitioners. Students will be guided through a deep meditation.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 8 (PE-CW)
  • CA: 8 (Category 2)
  • Florida: 8 (General)
  • Illinois: 8
  • NZASA: 8 (Category 3)
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 8

10. Top 10 Disorders at the Doane Clinic:

DNA and Chinese Herbal Formulas
This course is for both the newcomer and the advanced Chinese medical practitioner. After explaining the Distal Needling Acupuncture (DNA) method, Robert Doane will present treatment strategies for the 10 most treated disorders at the Doane clinic. Distal needling point prescription as well as Chinese herbal formulas will be given for all 10 disorders. The following conditions will be covered: Lower back pain, fatigue, anxiety, depression, neck pain, sinusitis/allergies/common cold, type II diabetes, high blood pressure, peripheral neuropathy and headaches.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 7 (AOM OM)
  • Illinois: 7
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 7

11. Pulses, Herbs and Acupuncture (DNA) for Fatigue, Anxiety, Depression and Stress

This course is for both the newcomer and the advanced Chinese medical practitioner. The presenter will give western and Chinese medical explanations for fatigue, anxiety, depression and stress. This course will further explain the theory of Medical Pulse Diagnosis (MPD) and how to prescribe Chinese herbal formulas and Distal Needling Acupuncture (DNA) point prescription indicated by the pulse. The lecturer will explain the theory of normal pulses for fatigue, anxiety, depression and stress and their deviations.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 7 (AOM OM)
  • Illinois: 7
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 7
  • CA: 7 (Category 1)

12. New & Improved Distal Needling Acupuncture (DNA) for Pain

This course is suitable for the beginner and the experienced practitioner of the Distal Needling Acupuncture (DNA) method. The lecturer will present the difference between Chinese and western functional anatomical positions. The 12 longitudinal Jing Jin distributions for the 12 yin-yang anatomical regions of the body will be given. DNA Jing Jin functional anatomy of the extremities, trunk, head and neck as well as anatomical Jing Jin treatment connections and treatment vessels will be explained. DNA treatment sites for joints and musculo-facial areas will be discussed. Improved DNA treatments will be given for headaches, facial pains, neck pain, thoracic level pain, lumbar and sacral pain, abdominal pain, shoulder and scapula pain, arm and hand pain and leg and foot pain.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 5 (Categories: AOM OM)
  • Illinois: 5
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 5

13. Secrets of the Left Pulse:

Advanced Medical Pulse Diagnosis (MPD) & Herbs for Disorders of the Left Cun, Guan & Chi
Students will learn the theory of advanced MPD (Medical Pulse Diagnosis). It is recommended but not necessary to have taken a fundamental or intermediate MPD course (live or online). Students will learn how to prescribe Chinese herbal formulas according to the left Cun, Guan and Chi pulses. We will move beyond seeing the pulses individually and begin to treat the patient in a holistic way. Herbal protocols and adjustments according to the patient’s needs will be given for all discussed pulses. The following disorders will be covered. Cardiovascular disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, blood vessel disorders, emotional disorders, arthritis, liver/gallbladder disorders, kidney disorders, lower abdominal disorders, reproductive dysfunctions.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 15 (AOM OM)
  • Illinois: 15
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 15

14. Treating the Emperor: Chinese Medicine for Cardiovascular Disorders

This course is for the advanced practitioner of Medical Pulse Diagnosis (MPD). We recommend that participants have attended a previous beginner or intermediate MPD course. The focus of the course is how to treat cardiovascular disorders, as well as health issues known to be related to the heart in Chinese medicine. Students will learn basic anatomy of the heart, signs and symptoms associated with various heart disorders and associated pulse patterns. Herbal formulas will be given for all discussed cardiovascular conditions.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 8.5 (AOM OM)
  • Illinois: 8.5
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 8.5

15. DNA Treatment Strategies for Everyday Pains

This course is suitable for the beginner and the experienced practitioner of the Distal Needling Acupuncture (DNA) method. A scientific explanation of the effects of acupuncture will be given as well as the differences between distal and local needling. The principles of DNA will be covered, including JingJin distributions, image relationships and mirroring concepts. DNA treatment strategies and point prescriptions will be given for everyday pains occurring in an acupuncture clinic: headaches, neck and back pain, chest, abdominal and pelvic pain, shoulder, arm and hand pain, hip, leg and foot pain.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 14.5 (AOM OM)
  • Illinois: 14.5
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 14.5

16. Easy DNA for Pain in the Upper and Lower Body with Case Studies

This course is for beginners and newcomers to the Distal Needling Acupuncture (DNA) method as well as the experienced DNA practitioner. A scientific explanation of acupuncture as well as differences between distal and local needling will be given. An in-depth description of DNA strategies will be covered. The concepts of longitudinal muscle distributions, imaging concepts and mirroring concepts will be discussed. DNA point prescriptions for pains in the upper and lower body will be given. To deepen the understanding of DNA, case studies for specific pains will be included. DNA for the following pains will be covered: headaches, neck and back pain, facial, chest, abdominal and groin pain, arm and leg pain.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by:

  • NCCAOM: 9.5 (AOM OM)
  • Illinois: 9.5
  • AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC: 9.5

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Doane.us CEU/ PDA are approved by the following regulatory bodies:

  • 1. CA: Acupuncture Board of California
  • 2. FL: Florida Department of Health
  • 5. New Zealand Acupuncture Standards Authority (NZASA)
  • 3. Illinois: The State of Illinois
  • 4. New Zealand: Acupuncture NZ
  • 6. National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)

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