Live webinar: Aftercare of COVID-19 with TCM
Sat/Sun, 29/30 May 2021
Post-COVID-19 treatment with herbs, acupuncture, massage, diet and exercise.
In this webinar, Yifan Yang will discuss post-COVID-19 treatment. As the pandemic has progressed, some studies and reports have indicated that more attention needs to be paid to post-COVID treatment.
We still have a lot to learn about dealing with the after-effects of COVID-19 infection. However, disorders and damage caused by the virus in the body can have the same TCM pathologies as other types of infections or chronic diseases. In this regard, there is a wealth of experience in TCM from which we can draw. The follow-up of COVID-19 infections using TCM therefore occupies an important place alongside Western medicine.
This webinar is intended to serve as inspiration and to show treatment options after COVID-19 infections. In addition, the information can also be used as a reference for the follow-up of other infectious diseases. The seminar is aimed at practitioners specialising in acupuncture, phytotherapy, tuina and dietetics.
In this 2-day webinar, Yifan Yang will discuss the following topics:
• Main symptoms following COVID-19 infection.
• Cause and pathology according to TCM
• Presentation of the 7 most common TCM syndromes
• TCM phytotherapy and acupuncture as the main treatment methods
• The right choice of food and special exercises for daily support
• Tuina massage, as needed, for specific patient groups and diseases.
• Eseful tips for choosing the right therapy methods
• Precautions and advice for safe practice
Course language: English
Prerequisites: Training in TCM (herbs and acupuncture)
Day 1: General introduction, discussion of the first 3 TCM patterns and their treatment
2nd day: Discussion of the other 4 TCM patterns and their treatment
A recording of the webinar will be available for a limited time afterwards.
Information about the webinar
Live webinar. A recording will be available for 2 weeks afterwards.
9 training hours are allocated for the webinar.
Saturday/Sunday: 9:30 - 12:00, 13:00 - 15:00 (CET)
A downloadable script is included in the webinar.
Details of the webinar course platform will be sent after registration.