Seattle DNA & MPD Seminar 2020

Seattle DNA & MPD Seminar 2020

DNA and MPD for Disorders of the Right Cun, Guan and Chi Pulses


2-Day Intense DNA & MPD Seminar


Approved for 14 NCCAOM, California & Flordia CEU Credits 



Red Lion Hotel Seattle Airport Sea-Tac
18220 International Blvd,
SeaTac, WA 98188



Date:  Saturday and Sunday, January 18th & 19th, 2020.
Time: 9am – 7pm Saturday, 9am – 4pm Sunday.


Topics Covered:

Allergies, Exterior Invasions, Lung and Respiratory Disorders

Acid Reflux, IBS, and Digestive Disorders.

Neck, Shoulder, and Upper Back Pain and Musculoskeletal disorders.

Urinary Bladder and Kidney Disorders



2-Day Seminar Price: $1000



All participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the seminar.

Maximum Number of participants: 30


Seminar Details

Disorders of the Right Cun, Guan, and Chi are some of the most common, and potentially difficult to treat conditions in Chinese medicine. This specialty seminar will help you move beyond seeing the pulses individually and begin to treat the patient holistically. This is an important step in mastering DNA™, MPD®, and Chinese herbal medicine. This seminar will give you the knowledge you need to take on complex and difficult cases with confidence. Don’t miss this opportunity to take your knowledge of treatment strategy to the next level!

This course will feature the new DNA™ method for pain and internal disorders. Robert Doane will demonstrate how to easily and effectively treat your patients using the new anatomically based DNA™ system. Robert Doane uses this acupuncture style exclusively and has built a large and very successful acupuncture clinic in the United States that has helped hundreds of thousands of people! This seminar will focus on applying new methods with hands-on case studies. So bring your notes from your most stubborn patients!

There will be plenty of opportunities for each participant to practice pulse diagnosis. All specialty MPD® level seminars allocate at least 30% of the time for practicing pulse diagnosis. This seminar will feature a live case study format using the participants as patients. Robert Doane will demonstrate step by step: what pulses he feels, how he forms his diagnosis, how he forms his treatment strategy, what herbal approach to use, as well as the potential difficulties and variations that could come up with each case and how to deal with them.

Robert Doane will also make sure all participants get to feel the pulses of all case-studies, he will correct potential mistakes and will make 100% sure that you will feel and understand the pulse in front of you.


After completing this seminar, participants will have:

      • Hands-on pulse-taking experience and correction with Robert Doane.
      • Advanced diagnostic and therapeutic knowledge of the Right Cun, Right Guan, and Right Chi.
      • Detailed understanding of the appropriate herbal treatment strategies based on pulse diagnosis.
      • Herbal protocols for the pulses discussed.
      • Knowledge of when to modify herbal formulas based on the patient’s response.
      • Point prescriptions and methods to modify acupuncture treatments based on the needs of the patient.
      • Knowledge of common difficulties and bottlenecks in the treatment of certain pulses and how to overcome them.

Seminar Schedule:

Date:  Saturday and Sunday, January 18th & 19th, 2020.
Time: 9am – 7pm Saturday, 9am – 4pm Sunday.




Venue Address

Red Lion Hotel Seattle Airport Sea-Tac
18220 International Blvd
SeaTac, WA 98188



The Red Lion has a special group rate for seminar attendees.

Red Lion Special Group Rate



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2 Day Price: $1000

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