Thanks for all your hard work... wish this course was taught at all TCM schools. It would have made my time as a student easier, and I would have felt much less lost in my basic classes. ~Bernard

A practical experience based approach to treating premature ejaculation and lasting longer in bed using chinese herbal medicine. With over 30% of males suffering from premature ejaculation each year, one of your patients or patients partners is effected by this disorder.

Have you asked the right questions? Do you know how to diagnosis it? Do you know how to treat it?

This course will teach you to effectively diagnosis and treat the most commonly occurring male sexual dysfunction using proven chinese medicine formulas and strategies direct from China.

Eric Vander Wal and Bailey Xu Tian will cover not only the core diagnosis and treatment, but look at modern published formulas and experience formulas from one of China’s only nationally recognized TCM Andrology masters. They will explore single herbs for formula building, topical formulas and more.

Introduction to Premature Ejaculation

  • ISSM Definitions and problems
  • Key points to diagnosis
  • Chinese Medicine terminology in modern TCM and pre-modern TCM

Biomedicine Fundamentals

  • Prevalence, disease history and etiology
  • Measuring premature ejaculation and modern classification of patients
  • Common biomedical approaches to treatment

Chinese Medicine Approach to Lasting Longer and Premature Ejaculation

  • The role of the Heart, Liver and Kidney in premature ejaculation
  • Exploring classical and post-classical sources
  • The "room of essence and the "essence gate" in etiology

Herbs for Treatment Success

  • Discussion of the most clinically effective premature ejaculaiton herbs
  • Alternate classifications of herbs for premature ejaculation

Formulas, Patterns and Key Signs

  • Pattern diagnosis and treatment strategies
  • Modern published formulas, experience formulas, classical formulas from China
  • Alternative treatments for lasting longer
  • Strategies to reduce psychological stimulation
  • Strategies to reduce physical stimulation
  • Experience based topical herbs

Summary, Questions & Case Studies

  • Illustrative case studies
  • Questions
This Course Includes:
Herbology, TCM Theory
Pending Approval:
California
California: 
Category 1
Florida
Biomedicine: 
1
General CEUs: 
3
Massachusetts Details
Number of Core Credits that are Herbal Knowledge: 
2.00
NCCAOM Details
Core Knowledge, Skill, Ability: 
4.00
Texas Details
Herbal: 
2.00
General Acupuncture: 
2.00

Eric Vander Wal & Bailey Tian Xu

Dr. Xu Tian

Dr. Xu Tian (Bailey) graduated from the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (NJUTCM) with a Bachelor’s Degree in TCM and a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture. As a Nanjing native, she worked for the Foreign Affairs Department of Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine as a clinical interpreter. During these years she had the chance to work closely with foreign students from dozens of countries studying TCM.

Dr. (Bailey) Xu Tian has been teaching professionally in China since 2010 at the Jiangsu University and through the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital. She was responsible for the core curriculum development from 2011 onwards for the traditional Chinese medicine department in both English and Chinese language including dietetics, foundations, formulas, acupuncture and more.

Dr. (Bailey) Xu Tian is also a certified Chinese university teacher and is currently on sabbatical from Jiangsu University Hospital in order to pursue further Chinese medicine scholarship and language training. When she is not busy, she spends her time translating TCM documents and CEU courses.

Eric Vander Wal

Eric Vander Wal has been a student and practitioner of traditional east Asian medicines starting with education in Japan at the age of 16 in traditional Japanese medicine.

After working in Japan with his first mentor of Traditional East Asian Medicine, Eric Vander Wal studied Japanese Shiatsu at Langara College. Followed by a 5 year Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine program in Vancouver BC.

Since then he has studied language at the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (NJUTCM), continued to translate Chinese language source material into english and spent four years as a senior post graduate student in the Internal Medicine Department specializing in men's health under China's most famous andrology doctor. He has pursed multiple professional internships in China over the past five years.

Eric Vander Wal & Bailey Tian Xu

Reviews

Good discussion of formula differentiation. Would have liked a few more cases where the presentation was not as straight forward and thus modifications needed.. -G.B.

Eric is very knowledgeable and obviously enjoys his field. He presents the class as though he is talking to peer, and not as though he is teaching a class. - L.S.

Great lecture! Presented very professionally for such a difficult topic. - S.H.

great course! - DB

This is my first class with Pro D Seminars and I am hooked. Excellent class! ~Vlodymyr