Clinical Advice - Optimizing Herbs and TeleHealth Webinar
As a "hands on" clinician with 20 years experience Kath Berry has adapted to the online arena, learning new skills and coaching other TCM practitioners to overcome their fears of technology and leap into a new way of caring for patients from the comfort and safety of home.
In this webinar Kath is joined by Den Bloome Bremond (USA), Aron Ebbing (Netherlands) and Jason Smith Zamaria (Spain) from the Su Wen Herbs Practitioner Support Team. Together they share their insights and observations about Optimizing Herbs and TeleHealth and discuss the Su Wen Herbs - Three Treasures®, Women's Treasure® and Little Treasures® herbal formulas for supporting patients.
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Den Bloome Bremond DACM, RN, LAc
Dr. Den has a family practice in San Francisco, Ca. The Acupuncture Den treats people of all ages, with a pediatric specialty. Den firmly believes it is never too early nor too late to take steps towards greater health and well being.
Martin is an acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist who started working on the Three Treasures with Giovanni in 1995, helping to edit the Three Treasures and Women's Treasure handbooks and lecturing on the range in the UK and internationally.
Aron studied Chinese Medicine at the Academy of Chinese Medicine in Amsterdam and Amersfoort. During his study he worked for six years as an intern at the clinic ‘Yu Yi Tang’ in Eindhoven. Since 3 years he is having his own practice in Amsterdam and uses the three treasure formulas very regularly to treat his clients.