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2014 Seminars on Chinese Medicine Treatment of Infertility and Gynaecological Disorders

$350.00 $280.00

Pearls of Wisdom is proud to present the complete recording of our 2014 seminar on the Clinical Experience of Professor Xu Xin in the management of infertility, discussing the role of traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of infertility and gynaecological disorders.


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Pearls of Wisdom is proud to present the complete recording of our 2014 seminar on the Clinical Experience of Professor Xu Xin in the management of infertility, discussing the role of traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of infertility and gynaecological disorders.

Topics covered are: Chinese medicine management of:

  • Infertility & Ovulatory dysfunction
  • Luteal phase defect
  • Unruptured follicle syndrome
  • Premature ovarian failure
  • PCOS & Endometriosis

Over 7 hours of lectures and discussions by Professor Xu Xin of Shou Du Medical University affiliated to Beijing Chinese Medicine Hospital, interpreted by Dr Greta Young De Jie.  10 CPE / PDA points.

Download the entire recording to view at your leisure. After purchase you will be emailed a secure link to the file. Please note this is a 4.2GB zip file containing over 7 hours of MP4 videos.



About Dr Greta Young Jie De

Dr Greta Young was awarded her masters degree of Chinese Medicine in Wen Bing at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, later returning to complete her doctorate on Shang Han Lun under the supervision of Professor Fu Yan Ling. She spent twelve years lecturing in classic literature at the major universities and colleges in Melbourne. Since 2002, Dr Greta Young has presented Chinese medicine seminars and workshops to the Australian Chinese medicine community, seeking out and bringing to this country a succession of no less than fourteen experienced academicians and clinicians from China, each a specialist in a particular field, with many years of concerted clinical experience. Over the past ten years, her efforts have been instrumental in providing some of the most valuable lecture experiences in Australia, serving as a mature level of continued educational opportunity for practitioners and advanced students alike.

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