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ICEAM New York

ICEAM ® New York is the youngest ICEAM branch, and the Institute’s first foray to the US East Coast. It is managed by Collin Campbell, MSTOM, LAc, DCCM, FICEAM. All seminars in the Northeastern United States are organized by this branch, and are recognized as Continuing Education Units (CEU) by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).

Courses in New York are commonly held at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine campus: http://explore.pacificcollege.edu/locations_newyork.php

New York ICEAM mailing address:

141 E 55st,
Suite 6D
New York, NY 10022

For more information, please contact ICEAM at info@iceam.org or director Campbell
directly at ccampbell@newyork.iceam.org


November 2019

New York – Elementary Aspects of Canonical Chinese Medicine

November 16 - November 17
ICEAM New York, 110 Williams Street, 19th floor
New York, NY 10038 United States
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Presented by Stephen Bonzak, MS, DCCM, FICEAM, L.Ac. Saturday & Sunday November 16 & 17, 2019 from 9:00am to 5:00pm  Location:  PCOM New York, 110 William St, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10038 The Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine® is pleased to offer its debut New York seminar on November 16 & 17, 2019 with Stephen Bonzak presenting Elementary Aspects of Canonical Chinese Medicine. This introductory herbal course will explore the origins and foundations of classical Chinese herbal medicine through the studying of ancient texts and herbal lineages. This is a course designed for non-herbalist and herbalist alike who wish to develop a more accurate and deeper understanding of the application of clinical herbal medicine. In this seminar, Mr. Bonzak will give an overview of foundational herbal theories, herbal formula compositions, and pulse and abdominal diagnosis. Topics to be discussed include: Introduction to the Shanghan Lun and Jingui Yaolue (Treatise on Cold Damage and Complex Diseases) Relationship of the Shanghan Lun to the Yellow Emperor's Inner Canon (Huangdi Neijing), the Canon of Difficulties (Nanjing), and the Divine Farmer's Canon of Materia Medica (Shennong Bencao Jing) Origins and importance of pulse diagnosis in Chinese herbalism Classical herb/formula classifications and their…

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