Treating Children with Oriental Medicine
This comprehensive course covers the treatment of children from newborn to 10 years of age. It will greatly benefit practitioners who wish to add various Oriental techniques into their existing pediatric practices AND those who have never worked with children before. This course is tailored for immediate results in clinical practice and includes: ~Practical demonstration of sho-ni-shin techniques ~Identification of important features that make the diagnosis and treatment of children different
~Acupuncture points, herbal formulas, and homeopathy for acute disorders that form the core of
pediatric practice such as fevers, respiratory, and digestive problems
~Long-term management techniques of chronic illness including allergies, asthma, and eczema ~Dietary and lifestyle recommendations ~Preventative tips to maximize the health of pediatric patients ~Practical treatment of children on Day 2 Soma Glick, Dipl.Ac. & C.H., D.O.M., L.Ac., Cert. C. Hom., graduated from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in Santa Fe, NM, in 1993, and completed internships in Beijing, China and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. After graduation she practiced in Bali, traveled extensively in India and Southeast Asia, and attended pediatric seminars with Julian Scott, Jake Fratkin, Miki Shima, and Alex Tiberi. From 1998-2005, Soma was a professor at Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado, where she developed and taught the pediatric course, ran the professional pediatric clinic, and taught several core curriculum classes. Since 2003, Soma has conducted weekend seminars in pediatric Oriental medicine around the world. She has taught with Jake Fratkin at the CSOMA symposium in San Francisco and given talks on healing and spirituality in India and Singapore. In 2005, Soma relocated to Bali where she has a private practice and donates one day/week to treat infants and children at the Bumi Sehat birthing clinic in Ubud. Soma has been published in the Journal of Chinese Medicine and in Acupuncture Today.
15 CEU’s CLASS SIZE LIMITED. PLEASE REGISTER BEFORE AUGUST 1! Class check-in Saturday 7:45-8:15 am Class times: Sat 8:30-6:00, Sunday (schedules tentative) 8:00-4:30. MAAOM dinner/fall meeting will be at Hong Kong Chef at 6:30 Saturday. Name__________________________________Phone_____________________________ Address___________________________________________________________________ e-mail ____________________________________________________________________ Before August 1: _____MAAOM current paid member (2008-2009): $300 _____Current paid member of another state association: $300
_____Non-member: $375 After August 1: _____$400 members and non-members Cancellations before August 1 - full refund minus $25. No refunds after August 15. Mail registration with payment to: Justin Green, Treasurer, MAAOM, 4404 Granite Lake Rd Libby, MT 59923 phone: 406-250-5786 e-mail: [email protected]
Missoula contact: Jean Logan, 406-728-1600, [email protected]
Seminar will be held at the Red Lion Inn, 700 West Broadway, Missoula, MT. Room reservations: 406-728-3300. Mention that you are with the seminar when you register. Rooms: $75/night single queen, $79 two queens, includes breakfast. Please make reservations no later than August 19! This is a home game weekend for the Griz football team and the room block will be released August 19. Rooms will be scarce in Missoula the weekend of the seminar!
Package leaflet: Information for the user TETRACYCLINE VISION 10 mg/g eye ointment Read all of this leaflet carefully before you start using this medicine because it contains important information for you. Keep this leaflet. You may need to read it again. If you have any further questions, ask your doctor or pharmacist. This medicine has been prescribed for you only. Do not pass
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