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October 2021

Opportunities & Accessibility in Acupuncture w/ the AIMC Clinic Director

October 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Join us on Facebook Live for a conversation with AIMC’s Clinic Director, Dr. Joe Davis, DAOM, LAc. about the future of the field of acupuncture.

Joe has extensive experience working in Community Acupuncture & Corporate Integrative Medicine clinics. He brings that wisdom & experience to his visions for the AIMC clinic and for the student’s he will guide into the world of becoming Acupuncturists.

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Caucasian male doctor of acupuncture with dark hair and gray in his beard smiles in front of a bright blue wall
Dr. Joe Davis, DAOM, came to Chinese medicine via the traditional martial arts of Tai Chi Chuan and Ba Gua Zhang. After graduating from UC Berkeley, he traveled and lived in Asia, studying meditation, martial arts, yoga, medical massage, and Chi Gong in Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, and India. Here he also witnessed Traditional Chinese Medicine in public health settings, where it was being used to address the needs of large populations of people. He has co-directed Octagon Community Acupuncture in Oakland for over a decade, providing affordable TCM treatments. He also has extensive experience in top-tier integrative, on-site clinics, supporting employees of Fortune 500 companies. Working closely with MDs, therapists, chiropractors, and physical therapists has helped him appreciate both the wisdom of Chinese medicine, and the expertise of other healthcare professions. Joe recently completed his Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DAOM), focusing on orthopedic acupuncture and classical Chinese herbology.

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The Mystical Aspect of Taoism with Repose Method & the 13 Ghost Points

October 23 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Free – $125.00

4 CEU hours pending CAB approval

About the Course: Objectives of the course is to demystify the 13 Ghost Points as related to the concept of a ‘Ghost’. This peculiar grouping of acupuncture points first appeared as “The Song of the 13 Ghost Points” written in the book “The Thousand Gold Prescriptions” by Sun Simiao. This book discusses Life Saving Remedies Gynecology, Pediatrics, Mental Disorders, Pathology Mechanisms and Treatment Strategies. It is one of the earliest textbooks to discuss ethics in medicine and a moral code that should be followed by physicians. The points are well chosen and sequenced in such a way that disharmony is gently restored back into harmony.

By analyzing the concept of the 13 Ghost Points practitioners will have a better understanding of the relationship between: body, mind and spirit when treating their patients. Practicing medical Qi Gong “Repose” during the session will bring participants an awareness of their connection with themselves and further with their patients. That connection will help them become an advanced practitioner as Dr. Leon Hammer MD. L.Ac fully describes in his book, “The Patient-Practitioner Relationship in Acupuncture” (Thieme, 2009).

About the Instructor: Dr. Christine Tarradelles received her Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Academy of Chinese Culture & Health Sciences (ACCHS), and her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine from AIMC Berkeley. She has numerous certifications and experience in holistic bodywork, health care, and nutrition from both Eastern and Western approaches. She is a member of the faculty at AIMC Berkeley, teaches Dai Yen Qigong as a certified instructor of the Wen Wu School of Martial Arts, and practices privately in San Rafael, California.

Early Bird Rates effective until 9/23/21

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