Lectures & Seminars
Dr. Belopolsky offers a series of seminars illuminating principles of Oriental medicine and acupuncture and their integrated application to one’s life and medical practice.
All of the 2-3 hours seminars listed below can be taken separately one by one or together, in one 8-hour session.
PDA credit approved by NCCAOM is available upon request.
To inquire, please call 207-240-4100 or email.
The purpose of this program is to enable the learner to explore holistic and Chinese views of healthcare and to discover how western and eastern practitioners can work together towards the common purpose of helping patients attain better health.
Join us for a journey to ancient times to understand the medical principles of holistic medicine and how these principles can be applied to patients who are not responding well to western medical treatments. Learn the basic philosophical medical principles of Chinese medicine (Qi, Yin/Yang, and Five Elements) and experience a physical feeling of Qi by participating in a Qi Gong exercise.
We will enter the world of physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional realms of the human body to understand their interconnectedness. Let’s learn together why our food choices, quality of rest, sleep habits, and amount of work and exercise are crucially important for overall health.
We know that this class will offer you knowledge that may change the way you see your patients. There will be plenty of time for Q & A because we want you to leave the class without doubts. Click here for a detailed class description.
An explanation of holistic and symptomatic medical approaches will be explored. Students will receive a detailed explanation of Qi and Yin/Yang Theory while concentrating on the Wu Xing 5 Element/Phases. Comprehension of the synergistic relationship of western and eastern medical approaches will be discussed. Emphasis will be made on the synergistic application of the relationship of western and eastern medicine and application of this information to personal and professional purpose.
During this seminar, students will learn the differences between Holistic and Symptomatic, as well as Allopathic and Homeopathic medical approaches and the basic theories behind Chinese medicine. Students will obtain an understanding of how to maintain a healthy lifestyle through the synergy of these principles. Practical advice of how to apply these principals to medical and personal use will be provided.
The difference in holistic and symptomatic medical approaches will be explained. Students will acquire knowledge as to the duality of our world through principles of Yin/Yang Theory and how to use both Western and Eastern medical approaches synergistically. By the completion of this course, students will have an understanding of how to apply their newly acquired knowledge to one’s medical practice and/or personal life.
An explanation of holistic and symptomatic medical approaches will be explored. Students experience and learn about such phenomena as Qi and its manifestations and use in medical practice. Students will leave with a concrete understanding of how to make simple, everyday choices to help them build their Qi. Emphasis will be given to the application of these principles personally as well as with patients in a medical practice.
Chinese Way to Psycho-Emotional Wellness
Dr. Yuri Belopolsky speaking at the Portsmouth Public Library on October 6, 2009.