Tongue Diagnosis in Gynecology

This course examines special tongue findings and unique anatomical tongue zones in gynecology. 

Tongue Diagnosis in Gynecology

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3:15 hours 
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By taking this course, you will

  • Know the breast zone and its pathological signs on the tongue.
  • Recognise the uterine zone and its pathological signs on the tongue.
  • Be introduced to dynamic tongue diagnosis.
  • Identify the major parameters of tongue diagnosis: shen, body color, body shape, coating.
  • Learn a model for understanding the phases of the menstrual cycle in relation to tongue finding.

Course Overview

This course examines special tongue findings and unique anatomical tongue zones in gynecology.  

Signs of breast conditions, menstrual disorders, fibroids, and cysts are shown on the tongue. Also, findings indicating hysterectomy and breast surgeries are presented. In addition, novel approaches to tongue diagnosis, such as, “dynamic tongue assessment” and “movements of Qi” on the tongue, will be introduced. 

The course includes a section on breast cancer and special models for treating common gynecological conditions. 

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3 Hours | Group 1
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3.25 CPD

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I understand that the information in this course presented by the Provider and/or Instructor(s) is for educational purposes only and should only be applied with appropriate clinical judgment and used by a trained and licensed
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About the Teacher

Evan Rabinowitz

Dr. Evan M. Rabinowitz is the founder of Yao Shan Center for Chinese Medicine in Washington, DC. where he has maintained his clinical practice for more than 23 years. He is both a clinician and teacher. Currently, he is a professor at Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts, Asheville. He is the former Director of Chinese Herbal Medicine at the Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH), where during his 8-year tenure he helped create the University's Masters and Doctorate programs in Oriental Medicine. Dr. Rabinowitz is a regular lecturer in Georgetown University’s Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) program. He is a former instructor and Chinese herbal supervisor at the Academy for Five Element Acupuncture, Gainesville. Dr. Rabinowitz has an active private teaching schedule offering continuing education for practitioners across the United States and internationally. He currently runs two, year-long continuing education training programs for practitioners: Yao Shan Herb Program and Chinese Medicine Specialty Rotations Program. He is a graduate of the George Washington University (B.A.), Traditional Acupuncture Institute (M.Ac.) and Maryland University of Integrative Health (D.Ac.).

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Course Includes

  • 3:15 Hours Course Duration
  • Course Certificate
  • Course Credits

    AACMA Image AACMA3.25 CPD's
    ACI Image ACICertificate
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    Florida Image FLORIDA3 CEU's

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