Treating Menstrual Disorders with Chinese Herbal Medicine
You can attend face to face or online. If face to face will not be possible the course will be online
After this course you will have learned to diagnose and treat various menstrual disturbances by means of Chinese Herbal Medicine. You will be able to apply the newly gained knowledge directly in your practice.
About 40% of female patients visit their general practitioner because of a gynecological complaint, half of which concerns ‘menstrual issues’. As Chinese Medicine practitioners we can make a valuable contribution to the treatment of menstrual problems.
Regulating the menstrual cycle is a primary task for any practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine – and Chinese Herbal Medicine is the primary resource in the field.
In order to properly diagnose and treat gynecological complaints, it is important to have a clear insight into the energetics of the menstrual cycle. An irregular cycle can mean anything from short cycles, heavy menses, late menstruation, mid-cycle bleeding to amenorrhea.
During this weekend seminar, we will learn to diagnose and treat the various menstrual disturbances by means of Chinese Herbal Medicine. Martine Cornelissen will teach in a very organized and systematic way the core principles that underly menstrual disorders by categorizing them into underactive, overactive, irregular and painful cycles. This way, the treatment of complex syndromes as for example metrorrhagia, PMS, amenorrhea, PCOS, etc. becomes much more comprehensible.
On Sunday, the diagnosis and treatment of various causes of amenorrhea will be covered. Martine will thoroughly discuss PCOS, Post-pill-amenorrhea and Functional Hypothalamic Amenorrhea.
|Dates and Times||October 23-24, 2021
Sat 10 am - 6 pm | Sun 9 am - 4 pm
|Teaching||16 UE (=Credits)|
|venue||Input e. V. | Sandstr. 41 | 80335 München
|Profile||Doctors and Heilpraktiker with basic knowledge in Chinese Herbal Medicine|
|Costs||Early bird: € 342 | AGTCM-Members € 274 (Registration prior to September 11, 2021)
Regular: € 378 | AGTCM-Members € 302