Garbage in Garbage out - Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day AOM

Garbage in Garbage out - Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day AOM

Lorne Brown

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day is observed annually on October 24. It is part of an effort designed to increase public awareness of the progress, promise, and benefits of acupuncture and Oriental medicine. At Healthy Seminars inc ( and Pro D we strive to support practitioners by helping each of you build your confidence and expertise through relevant content from experienced & published presenters.

To celebrate AOM day we chose four courses with a 'diagnosis" theme because your clinical success is dependent upon an accurate diagnosis. And most of cannot diagnose. Heck, most of us write out points and herbal prescription on files without any diagnosis or treatment principles to back our point selection! (Yes, I have been guilty of this too) "Garbage in = Garbage out" comes to mind when you cannot come to an accurate clinical diagnosis. One of the courses on sale today is Clarifying Diagnosis by Sharon Weizenbaum which is one of those gems of a course that can transform your practice whether you are a student or veteran of 25 plus years in practice.

AOM 20% off - October 24th -

Coupon code "AOM"

Coupon expires midnight October 24th, 2013

Coupon only applicable to diagnosis related courses below:

1. Clarifying Diagnosis - Sharon Weizenbaum (20 CEU/PDA/CPD)
2. An Introduction to Shen-Hammer Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis - Ross Rosen (5 CEU/PDA/CPD)
3. The Clinical Significance of Emptiness, Spirit, and Ego in the Practice of Chinese Medicine - Lonny Jarret (2.5 CEU/PDA/CPD)
4. The Direct Relationship of the Pulse to Herbal Prescription in Classical Chinese Medical Lineages - Heiner Fruhauf (4CEU/PDA/CPD)



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