Chinese Medicine

Wellness Events

Health & Wellness lecture series

As our Bay Area fall emerges and the holiday season fast approaches,  we’d like to remind you about our upcoming health & wellness lecture series. We are so excited to be able to offer these free talks as a resource to our community. Our goal, as always, is to help you find your best path toward health and wellness through education and compassionate care. So join us in the upcoming weeks and stay tuned for more information about the official grand opening of our education center.

Join us!

 

All events are FREE and begin at 3pm in Suite 3

Please RSVP or email us at healthandwellness@pacbell.net

October 26th

Teen/Parent Anxiety Awareness

Elizabeth Dandenell, LMFT & Dr. John Nieters, LAc, DAOM continue their series on anxiety;, a condition the CDC says affects 4.4 million children annually1

November 9th

Andropause: The aging male

This event has been cancelled. Please check back to see when it is rescheduled in the the new year.

Dr. John Nieters, LAc, DAOM explains how aging affects male hormones, the symptoms and what Chinese medicine has used for centuries to help men preserve vitality.

November 16th

Teen/Parent Anxiety Awareness

Elizabeth Dandenell, LMFT & Dr. John Nieters, LAc, DAOM continue their series on anxiety; a condition the CDC says affects 4.4 million children annually1

November 23rd

Nitty Gritty, Down to Earth Truth about Gluten

It’s everywhere in the news and on the grocery store shelves, but what is the science behind the gluten-free revolution and what should you know about it? Dr. John Nieters, LAc, DAOM gives you the straight talk you need about gluten.

December 7th

Gut Health

Dr. John Nieters, LAc, DAOM will demystify “leaky gut” syndrome and explains how good gut health is the foundation of overall wellness.

December 14th

Teen/Parent Anxiety Awareness

Elizabeth Dandenell, LMFT & Dr. John Nieters, LAc, DAOM continue their series on anxiety; a condition the CDC says affects 4.4 million children annually1

 

  1. https://www.cdc.gov/childrensmentalhealth/data.html
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UC Berkeley Lecture: Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine

The Integrative Medicine DeCal course at UC Berkeley is a survey course on a diversity of healing sciences, and medical practices. It encompasses specific fields of healthcare and medicine from all over the world as well as fields expanding in the United States. Professionals from practices such as: allopathy (modern western medicine), osteopathy, naturopathy, homeopathy, midwifery, Native American Medicine, acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Taoist Medicine, ayurveda, ethnobotany, yoga, energy medicine, meditation, psychiatry, chiropractic, and many other fields to share their insight and knowledge in the healing arts of medicine across cultures.

The goal of this course is to promote awareness and expose students to the different types of complimentary and alternative therapies in the medical field. The aim is for each student to walk away with a basic awareness of what each medical therapy and health practice is about and how to evaluate evidence scientifically. We hope that this knowledge will be sufficient to intrigue curiosity and encourage students to search for more information on their own.

Date: April 8, 2019

Time: 7-8:30 pm

Where: UC Berkeley

Topic: Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Presenter: Dr. John Nieters, L.Ac. DAOM

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UC Berkeley Lecture: Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine

The Integrative Medicine DeCal course at UC Berkeley is a survey course on a diversity of healing sciences, and medical practices. It encompasses specific fields of healthcare and medicine from all over the world as well as fields expanding in the United States. Professionals from practices such as: allopathy (modern western medicine), osteopathy, naturopathy, homeopathy, midwifery, Native American Medicine, acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Taoist Medicine, ayurveda, ethnobotany, yoga, energy medicine, meditation, psychiatry, chiropractic, and many other fields to share their insight and knowledge in the healing arts of medicine across cultures.

The goal of this course is to promote awareness and expose students to the different types of complimentary and alternative therapies in the medical field. The aim is for each student to walk away with a basic awareness of what each medical therapy and health practice is about and how to evaluate evidence scientifically. We hope that this knowledge will be sufficient to intrigue curiosity and encourage students to search for more information on their own.

Date: February 29, 2016

Time: 7-8:30 pm

Where: UC Berkeley

Topic: Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Presenters: Dr. John Nieters, L.Ac. DAOM and Jenny Nieters, L.Ac.

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Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine at UC Berkeley

The Integrative Medicine DeCal course at UC Berkeley is a survey course on a diversity of healing sciences, and medical practices. It encompasses specific fields of healthcare and medicine from all over the world as well as fields expanding in the United States. Professionals from practices such as: allopathy (modern western medicine), osteopathy, naturopathy, homeopathy, midwifery, Native American Medicine, acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Taoist Medicine, ayurveda, ethnobotany, yoga, energy medicine, meditation, psychiatry, chiropractic, and many other fields to share their insight and knowledge in the healing arts of medicine across cultures.

The goal of this course is to promote awareness and expose students to the different types of complimentary and alternative therapies in the medical field. The aim is for each student to walk away with a basic awareness of what each medical therapy and health practice is about and how to evaluate evidence scientifically. We hope that this knowledge will be sufficient to intrigue curiosity and encourage students to search for more information on their own.

Date: March 16, 2015

Time: 7-8:30 pm

Where: 159 Mulford Hall, UC Berkeley

Topic: Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Presenter: Dr. John Nieters, L.Ac. DAOM

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The Inside Scoop on Cholesterol and The One Chinese Herb That Could Crush It

hawthorn-01According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), people who suffer from high LDL cholesterol are twice as likely to develop heart disease – the number one cause of death in both men and women (source). High levels of LDL cholesterol is a serious health condition that affects approximately 71 million adults in the U.S. (1 out 3). But an ancient Chinese herb is turning heads in the medical community due to its surprisingly powerful effects on cholesterol levels.

Good vs Bad Cholesterol: What’s The Difference?

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