2011 Sept. OHAI Seminar:
Fukushin - Shang Han Lun School of Abdominal Diagnosis
The Oriental Healing Arts Institute will be hosting a professional Traditional Chinese Medicine seminar on Sept. 25, 2011 from 1 to 5 p.m. Pacific Time to assist practitioners understanding the abdominal regions according to the six confirmation and the corresponding herbal treatment methods.
Dr. Kumiko Shirai will be presenting the theory of abdominal diagnosis from Shang Han Lun School and the prescription of classical herbal formulas. She will also provide an overview of the history of Kampo and fukushin. This interactive seminar will offer practitioners the ability to assess their patients in a context that allows for effective herbal prescriptions.
Learning the important Japanese scholars Inaba Katsubunrei, Yoshimasu Todo and Otsuka Keisetu and their major contributions to Kampo and fukushin will be a clinical asset for practicing professionals.
The Oriental Healing Arts Institute is a non-profit organization founded by Dr. Hong-yen Hsu, a scholar who had devoted four decades to the research of the medicinal properties of herbs. With the affiliation of the Brion Research Institute of Taiwan, OHAI is dedicated to disseminating the knowledge and improving the practice of Chinese medicine.
Dr. Kumiko Shirai, MSOM,L.Ac. is an expert on Japanese fukushin and Kampo herbal medicine. She is an instructor for the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine (ICEAM) where she teaches fukushin applications in the context of Shang Han Lun and Jing Gui Yao Lue in the US and Europe. Dr. Shirai is also an active clinical practitioner at the Acupuncture Associates of Oregon, USA.
This seminar is sponsored by Sun Ten Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. and will be held in the library of Sun Ten Laboratories at 9250 Jeronimo Rd., Irvine, California, USA.
Live Webinar will be available for worldwide attendees in the Internet.
Please register at http://www.suntenglobal.com/edm/201108v1/index.html