Professional Training on Understanding and Treating Metabolism Function from the TCM Perspective
Dr. Nan Lu
After a lifetime of practice and discovery, Dr. Nan Lu will share what he has learned about bridging modern science to traditional Chinese medicine’s wisdom at a four-day training program, to be held October 8 to 11, at Eastover Estate and Retreat, in Lenox, a 600-acre sanctuary of unspoiled beauty and inspiring views nestled in the Berkshires.
Lu will lead participants in groundbreaking training on conditions related to metabolism function like diabetes, heart disease, obesity and stroke. The program will include in-depth analysis of the three major organs related to metabolism function, how to apply the five-element energetic framework for diagnosis and treatment, and a full protocol for understanding and treating these issues.
“Now more than ever, healthcare professionals need a revolutionary framework to deal with the chronic metabolic illnesses swamping society,” says Elaine Katen, program director of the Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation and host of the event. “When viewing these issues through the lens of energy, one can re-see how viewing body, mind, spirit integration can yield what is often called miraculous results.”
Practitioners from all healthcare disciplines will benefit from the training, especially complementary and integrative practitioners, including medical doctors, nurses, psychologists, social workers, acupuncturists and massage therapists, among others. Check-in will take place at 3 p.m., October 8, and the program wraps up at 11:30 a.m., October 11.
Cost: $499 to $545 depending on day of registration. For more information, call 212-274-1079 or visit TCMConference.org. To learn more about Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation, call 212-274-1079 or visit TCMWorld.org.