Male Disorders – Chinese Medicine CEU Course
15 Continuing Education Units (CEU)
This course discusses the physiology and pathology of disorders of the male genital system. While the Chinese medicine literature on gynaecology is very rich and vast, it is less so for male genital problems. This course provides the foundation for an understanding of male disorders in Chinese medicine. A special feature of the course is the interpretation of anatomical entities that are not described in the old classics such as the prostate. The course discusses the anatomy, channels and organs influencing the prostate, together with its common pathology of benign prostatic hyperplasia and chronic prostatitis. The main pathologies of the male genital system are discussed including that of stasis of Jing that is not commonly discussed in Chinese medicine books.
Course topics include:
- Anatomy and physiology of the male genital system in Chinese medicine
- The channels influencing the male genital system
- The organs influencing the male genital system
- The nature of sperm as a form of Tian Gui and its relationship with the Kidneys
- The influence of the Ren, Chong and Du Mai on the male genital system
- The prostate in Chinese medicine
- The pathology of Damp-Phlegm, Blood stasis and stasis of Jing
- The treatment of erectile dysfunction
- The treatment of premature ejaculation
- The treatment of male sterility (low sperm count and sperm abnormalities)
- The treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia
- The treatment of chronic prostatitisUpon completion, participants will understand:
- The view of the male genital system in Chinese medicine, how this fits in with Western medicine and the influence of various organs on the male genital system.
- The nature, origin and function of the Tian Gui and its relation to sperm in men.
- How the internal organs, channels and extraordinary vessels influence the male genital system.
- The main pathology of the male genital system and in particular Dampness, Damp-Phlegm, Blood stasis and stasis of Jing.
- The treatment of erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, male sterility, benign prostatic hyperplasia and chronic prostatitis.
- The use of herbal medicine and acupuncture to affect the male genital system.This course consists of over 300 slides presentation with video narration, text, diagrams and photos. The treatment discussed includes herbal medicine and acupuncture.
Courses are registered to provide CEUs from the California, Florida and Texas State Acupuncture Boards and NCCAOM. The courses are also approved by the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS), New Zealand Register of Acupuncturists (AcNZ) and New Zealand Acupuncture Standards Authority (NZASA) for the purpose of CPD Category 2.