99 Foundation of Chinese Language and Terminology
الخيارات الثنائية الموجهين This course is designed for students enrolled in the acupuncture or / and TCM diploma programs. The main purpose of this course is to teach students Pinyin that is a system of alphabetized phonetic symbol for pronouncing Chinese characters accurately.
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100 Foundation of TCM
enter This course is a fundamental course for the basic theory and philosophy of traditional Chinese medicine. It introduces the theory of Yin Yang, Five elements, the Zang Fu theory, the vital substances of Qi, Xue, Jing Ye, causes of diseases, pathogenesis, syndrome differentiations according to Zang Fu, and ti zhi (constitution); it also includes the theory of Eight Principles, disease mechanisms and other relevant theories. Healthy lifestyles and treatment principles will also be discussed.
101 TCM Diagnostics
كيف يمكن كسب المال في المنزل This course is designed for first year students who have completed or taken #100 Foundation of TCM. This course is focused on the theories and methods of TCM diagnostics which includes but not limited to: The Four Methods of Inspection, Listening & Olfaction, Inquiry and Pulse-taking & Palpation; Syndrome Differentiations according to the Eight Classifications, Qi, Blood and Body Fluids and Viscera and Bowels.
102 Chinese Herbology (1)
source url This course is designed for 1st year students who are enrolled in the Acupuncture or / and TCM Herbalist, TCMP, Dr. of TCM program. This course is intended to give an overview for Chinese Herbology. The discussions are focused on properties, functions of commonly used Chinese herbs, with a total of about 135 herbs. In class, herbal samples will be used and students are required to be able to identify the relevant raw herbs.
جميع الاسهم السعودية مباشر This course will also discuss the topics of herb-drug interactions, herb-herb interactions and herb-food interactions; in addition, the course contents how to provide a safe working environment, manage risks to patients, and ensure equipment safety and functionalities.
103 Chinese Acupuncture (1) – Meridians
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104A Western Anatomy
في اي تاريخ يتم بيع اسهم بوان This course provides the students with a comprehensive theoretical and practical foundation for the study of human Anatomy, which includes the systems of skeleton, muscular, digestive, respiratory, urinary, reproductive, circulatory, endocrine, sense organs, nerve system and the miscellaneous. Because this course is intended for those preparing for careers in acupuncture and TCM, it will emphasize more on the system of skeleton, muscular and nerve systems. This course will also introduce the subject of tissue and embryo.
105 Chinese Qi Gong/Tai Ji
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108B Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology
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إشارات الخيارات الثنائية مستقلة The Microbiology part of the course includes the subjects of bacterium specific property, basic immunity, pathogenic bacterium, virus, parasitology.
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109A Surface Anatomy and Acupuncture Points
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110 History of TCM
This course is designed for first year students. It gives an overview of the history of TCM and acupuncture; it covers the history and development of TCM in China, in North America and also world wide. The area of discussion involves not only the healing art itself, but also its legal development in North America and its acceptance worldwide.
115 Foundation of TCM (2)
This course is designed for first year students who have finished the #100 Foundation of TCM. The course is based on TCM fundamental knowledge, the syndrome differentiations according to the ancient classics. It includes the differentiations of syndromes according to the theory of the Six Meridians; differentiations of syndromes according to the theory of Wei, Qi, Ying, Xue; differentiations of syndromes according to the theory of SanJiao. This course may also include some other areas of foundation or diagnostics.