Japanese Pediatric Acupuncture workshop - 12 credits for NCCAOM
A 2 Day Workshop Presented by Soma Glick, D.O.M., L.Ac.
SAT & SUN, October 23 - 24 2004
on the Big Island of Hawaii
With an opportunity Sunday afternoon to diagnose and treat your child.
 Specific treatment strategies for:
ADHD, asthma, allergies, bedwetting, ear infections
expand your practice to include pediatric acupuncture. Use
sho-ni-shin for prevention, maintenance and treatment of most common
childhood disorders.
This workshop will focus on the practical side of treating children with Oriental Medicine - right away you will be able to apply your new skills in a clinical setting.  Learn to diagnose effectively, understanding the unique differences between children and adults and using a specific finger vein diagnosis and abdominal palpation. Learn to use Sho-ni-shin, a painless and non-needle Japanese system of working with meridians and acupuncture points. The Sho-ni-shin tools are specifically designed to work with infants and children 1 month to 10 years old. A safe, easy, yet very effective way to treat many common childhood disorders. It can also be used for health maintenance, to stimulate a weakened immune system and strengthen health in general.  We will discuss the use of acupuncture needles, moxibustion, herbal treatments, dietary and lifestyle recommendations, as well as good common sense.
On Sunday afternoon, we will treat children in the classroom.
Dr. Glick graduated from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in Santa Fe in 1993.  She has done internships in Beijing, China and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.  She has taught pediatrics and five-element theory at the Boulder, CO branch of Southwest Acupuncture College since 1998 and keeps a busy private practice.  Dr. Glick has written for Acupuncture Today and the Journal of Chinese Medicine. Her article on treating children with Oriental Medicine is at:
Workshop Details
Time 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Saturday and Sunday October 23rd & 24th
The Traditional Chinese Medical College of Hawaii
65-1206 Mamalahoa Hwy.,
Kamuela on the Big Island
(Next door to Chevron gas station in the center of Waimea)
Attendance at this seminar earns 12 Professional Development Activity Points for the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
$200 for professionals
$175 for students
if paid by October 1st. 
$25 Additional after Oct. 1st.
Registration: Send your check with your name and contact information to TCMCH Seminar, P.O. Box 2288, Kamuela, HI 96743

Please also tell us what your health care background is.
Call (808) 885 - 9226
for the class schedule

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