Upcoming CEU Seminar With Dr. David Miller Oct. 18-19

September 23, 2014

ILAAOM Sponsors: The Integrative Physiology of the Chinese Channel System, Including the Extraordinary Vessels

Coming on October 18th and 19th

Dr. David Miller Presents a Model for the Integration of Chinese and Western Physiologies, Demonstrating the Power of Chinese Medical Concepts

With decades of study and practice in biomedicine and Chinese medicine Dr. Miller is committed to the development of a cohesive model of Asian medicine that preserves the intricacy and beauty of the system. With proper organization, western physiology and eastern physiology combine seamlessly to advance our understanding of human physiology overall.  Ancient Chinese and modern scientists all observe the same creature, so to believe that the physiologies are incompatible is not a rational stance.  Through the proper lens, and through more robustly developed language, we can raise the level of discussion about classical Chinese medicine from ungrounded theorizations back to the level of the scientist-philosopher-physician. The purpose of this seminar is to present a model for the integration of Chinese and Western physiologies that will help practitioners find language and a solid basis from which to express the core concepts of Chinese medicine, and yet not lose the complexity of the system.

This course represents an evolution from the prior “Integrative Endocrinology” class taught in 2012, with new information and new structuring.

Please read the following from Judy Schlaeger, RN, L.Ac, on Dr. Miller’s previous class: “Dr. David Miller’s class on the Integration of the Chinese Channel System makes a vital contribution to the growing field of Integrative Medicine. He is an original thinker who has gone one step beyond; he has broken through the boundaries of Asian Medicine and Western Medicine to synthesize a whole new medical paradigm. This class is a must.”

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