Qiological Live
The People’s Disease: Understanding and Treating
Sinus Conditions in Chinese Medicine

Photo: Tania Miron, Unsplash

Quick: name a common condition that affects over 33 million people annually? And that impacts all genders and races: young and old alike.

If you guessed sinusitis you’re correct! If you have a general practice, then there’s no question that you’ll encounter acute and chronic rhinitis and sinusitis. We might call this, the People’s Disease.

These ubiquitous conditions while usually not life threatening (but they can be! We’ll cover red flags too), seriously compromise people’s well being.

Go beyond only treating branch symptoms with prepared formulas off the shelf. Learn to assess and treat patients based on their complexion and presentation. Learn to improve their constitution, using classical formulas that treat the root and the branch. And for those of you who practice Telehealth, making this Telehealth ready!

In this real time event we will explore:
  • Acute and chronic rhinitis: Almost the same, but not quite
  • Acute and chronic sinusitis: Strategies for thinking about COVID-related anosmia
  • Complex combined excess/deficient patterns
  • Unexpected applications of traditional formulas
  • Fun topical inhalants

You’ll have lifetime access to the recording of this Qiological Live seminar

Live event fee $35, length 90 minutes

 

Saturday March 5, 2022
9am Pacific • 10am Mountain • 11am Central • 12pm Eastern

Not only can branch sinus symptoms be managed, but we can strengthen our patients root constitution, leading them to vibrant health.

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Your Instructor For This Class

Cara Frank

Cara Frank, L.OM., is an acupuncturist, herbalist, businesswoman, and author. She was raised in a health food store in Brooklyn, NY. When she was 8, she cartwheeled 5 miles from Greenwich Village through Soho and Chinatown and across the Brooklyn Bridge. For nearly 40 years, Cara has had the same crazy passion for Chinese medicine. At 17, she had her first acupuncture treatment. At 20, she enrolled in acupuncture school. In 1998 she went to China to study, where she fell deeply in love with East Asian Herbs. Since then, she has devoted her life to studying and teaching the topic.

Cara is the founder of Six Fishes Healing Arts in Philadelphia, where she maintains a busy acupuncture practice and acts as the head fish of a warm and lively office. She is the president of China Herb Company and, in 2021, launched China Herb Seminars. Cara has published articles in international journals and is the author of TCM Case Studies: Eye Ear Nose and Throat Disorders.