Endometriosis: A Leading Cause of Infertility and Menstrual Pain

Endometriosis: A Leading Cause of Infertility and Menstrual Pain

Comments

Excellent course

Excellent course, so great to finally sit down and learn about specific studies related to acupuncture.

I really liked her style of teaching.

I really liked her style of teaching. I especially liked how she stated that we (as Practitioners) needed to make our main reference our CM point-of-view. I struggle with sometimes trying to "Westernize" Chinese Medicine. This Course was a good reminder. ~ Anne

This course was excellent!

This course was excellent! In fact, I plan on re-watching it ASAP to catch any clinical pearls I may have missed the first time.
~Jonna

I very much liked the detailed information

I very much liked the detailed information about the Western view of endometriosis.
~Shelly

This was an excellent course,

This was an excellent course, it met, very much, what I was hoping for but also included additional information that I was not expecting but very glad to have (relation of herbs to western pharmacological properties, for example). The instructor did a great job and I am so appreciative of seasoned and successful practitioners sharing their knowledge. Also I appreciate proD's very fine work in making these great classes available.
~ Shauna

Excellent class. Misha really

Excellent class. Misha really clarified and simplified the treatment of endometriosis.
~ Gabriella

I think Misha Cohen has such

I think Misha Cohen has such amazing experience to pull from. Just getting a chance to tap into a small bit of that experience is amazing.

Great info!

Great info!

I really enjoyed learning

I really enjoyed learning from Dr. Cohen. She is a tremendously experienced TCM practitioner firmly rooted in Chinese Medicine and yet is involved with scientific research on Chinese herbs. Can't wait to read all the supplemental course material as well.
~ Cynthia

Misha presented a very well

Misha presented a very well put-together course. I enjoyed how she asked the attendees questions and pulled us into the discussion.

I would've loved more time on acup point description of what she does in clinic, though she did touch on this at the end.
~ Corrine