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Alumni

Continuing Education

“Keeping in touch with the University has its benefits”

South Baylo University (SBU) is exceedingly fortunate to have alumni who provide support services and care about the future of SBU. The alumni association has also been generous to current SBU students by donating and offering alumni scholarships.

In recognition of the alumni contributions, SBU have expanded services for our alumni by providing online resources for employment opportunities, practices, office space for sale and rent, and practitioner referrals.

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November 22th, 2020 Sunday (Online)

SBU Chinese Alumni Association CE seminars

Time: 9 am – 5 pm (Pacific Time – Los Angeles) 
Topic: Essential Theories of Longevity and Health Maintenance from the Yellow Emperor’s Book of Medicine 
Speaker: Li, Hong, DAOM, L.Ac.
Unit: 8 hours

 

Course Content:
Kidney Qi and human development from birth, growth, aging, and the principles of maintaining health will be discussed in this course. Kidney Chi plays an important part in the development of reproduction and human development, it is one of the important concepts one has to learn and understand.  More so, the “Four Chi Regulation” guides the way for one to follow and maintain good health. Participants will learn about the principles and rules for their great meanings behind them. Furthermore, there are special characters and quality of one’s appearances, body structures to show one’s longevity potentials. All these important concepts are based on the “Yellow Emperor’s Book of Medicine”.

Joining Info: contact SBU Chinese Alumni Association (email: maxwei12@yahoo.com,  website: www.sbuchinese.org)

 

 

November 1st, 2020 Sunday (Online)

SBU Chinese Alumni Association CE seminars

Time: 9 am – 5 pm (Pacific Time – Los Angeles) 
Topic: New Trends in Acupuncture coverage by Health Insurance Plans 
Speaker: Min Shi, Ph. D.,  L.Ac.
Unit: 8 hours

 

Course Content:
This course is to Introduce various up-to-date insurance plans, coverage, and insurance companies in the acupuncture profession, focusing on the new dynamics of insurance acupuncture payment and the places that are often overlooked or mistaken in the insurance claim process. The participants will learn useful knowledge and skills and take fewer detours. The successful participants will be more confident in dealing with the various insurance challenges they may encounter in daily practice in the clinic. At end of the seminar, there will be will an open discussion with the participants regarding various insurance claim issues, difficulties, and solutions on the insurance claim process.

Joining Info: contact SBU Chinese Alumni Association (email: maxwei12@yahoo.com,  website: www.sbuchinese.org)

 

 

October 22th, 2020 Thursday (Online)

SBU CE Seminar – for SBU faculty members only

Time: 2 pm – 6 pm (Pacific Time – Los Angeles) 
Topic: Diagnosis and Treatment for Tinnitus with MTM (Modulated Tinnitus Masking) System
Speaker: Sairomi Choi, L.Ac.
Unit: 4 hours

 

Course Content:
This course provides basic knowledge and skills of diagnosis and treatment of Tinnitus to ensure that AOM practitioners to understand tinnitus in both conventional and alternative medicine approaches for improving patient care and health outcomes. This course covers an overview of the basic research and strategies, methods, and goals of  Tinnitus treatment. Topics include studies about tinnitus, data analysis, and interpretation, and treatment methods using MTM (Modulated Tinnitus Masking) technology.

Joining Info: Google Meet link will be emailed to faculty via email prior to the course. 

October 11th, 2020 Sunday (Online)

SBU Chinese Alumni Association CE seminars

Time: 9 am – 5 pm (Pacific Time – Los Angeles) 
Topic: Health Improvement by TCM 
Speaker: Tianming  Zhang, L.Ac.
Unit: 8 hours

 

Course Content:
The objective of the course is Health improvement by TCM. As the pace of development of modern society is getting faster, the pace of people’s lives is accelerating as well. And the pressure people are bearing is also increasing. In such a living environment, it is easy to neglect our own adjustments. Therefore our bodies are constantly operating under an overloaded state. While various modern diseases and physical disorders continue to grow, more attention is drawing to the importance of TCM health care.  This course will introduce TCM dietary strategies for health maintenance, exercise, and sports activities for physical and mental health, and regulate the harmony of the internal organs through Yin Yan balancing. The instructor’s abundant clinical experiences from American Day Care Center for the Elderly and other clinics and research activities will be shared with the participants.

Joining Info: contact SBU Chinese Alumni Association (email: maxwei12@yahoo.com,  website: www.sbuchinese.org

 

October 2nd, 2020 Friday (Online)

SBU CE Seminar – for Faculty, Alumni members, and students

Time: 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm (Pacific Time – Los Angeles) 
Topic: Taoist Acupuncture of Korea 
Speaker:  Aaron Hong, L.Ac.
Unit: 4 hours

 

Course Content:
Taoist Acupuncture treatment is based upon the philosophy of the correspondence between Nature (Tao) and human beings. Nature has a vital effect on the health of people thought the appropriate balance of yin and yang. This course provides a deep understanding of the activation of the Source Qi of traditional Taoist Acupuncture to improve the whole body condition of patients rather than treating symptoms.

Joining Info: Google Meet link will be emailed to registered persons on 10/2/2020. 

September 29th, 2020 Tuesday (Online)

SBU CE Seminar – for SBU Facuty members only

Time: 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm (Pacific Time – Los Angeles) 
Topic: Clinical Research Design 
Speaker: Dr. Ki Haeng Cho, Ph.D., L.Ac.
Unit: 4 hours

 

Course Content:
This course covers an overview of the basic research strategies, methods, and goals of clinical research. Topics include study design, data analysis, and interpretation, and determination of appropriate methodologies to answer different research questions. Participants will learn about bias and confounding in observational research, the clinical value of diagnostic tests, the use of cross-sectional, case-control, and cohort study designs, and various statistical modeling used in clinical research.

Joining Info: Google Meet link will be emailed to faculty via email prior to the course.

 

 

September 26th, 2020 Saturday (Online)

SBU English Alumni Association Continuing Education

Time: 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm (Pacific Time – Los Angeles) 
Topic: COVID – 19 and Patterns of Disharmony According to TCM
Speaker: Teresita Cheng Yu, MD; DAOM; JD
Unit: 4 hours

Dr. Teresita Yu trained in Neonatal Medicine from UCLA Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and was Medical Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care at West Hills Hospital & Medical Center for 15 years. After retiring as an intensivist, she pursued a career in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine obtaining a doctorate degree from South Baylo University. She had a successful practice in Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine for ten years. She subsequently went to Law school to fulfill a high school dream of becoming a lawyer. She passed the California Bar in 2018.

Course Content:
The first part lecture will cover the new corona virus causing the devastating pandemic named SARS CoV-2. It’s morphology, host transmission, population at risk and current statistics worldwide, in the United States and specifically California.
The second part will explain how the virus causes the disease known as COVID-19 from exposure to infection. This session will explain the progression of disease based on pathophysiology in producing the common signs and symptoms from its mild to severe presentations. Mortality rates and post-COVID-19 morbidity will also be discussed.
The third part will cover the TCM perspective. Looking at the disease from a different angle (EARTH-WIND-FIRE). Participants will re-examine patterns of disharmony (imbalance) based on TCM principles and where they can make a difference in the care of the post-COVID patients with on-going morbidity.
The final session will discuss the current guidelines in the suppression, treatment and prevention of the COVID-19 involving CDC/WHO guidelines in slowing spread of virus, current treatment and future preventive vaccine.

Contact:
Email address: sbueaa@gmail.com
Website: www.sbueaa.org

 

September 26th, 2020 Saturday (Online)

SBU English Alumni Association Continuing Education

Time: 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm (Pacific Time – Los Angeles) 
Course Title: Nutrition and Digestive Health
Speaker: John Cassone PhD, LAc, DAOM
Unit: 4 hours

Dr. Cassone began his career nearly thirty years ago as an athletic trainer using fitness, nutrition, and lifestyle modifications with the goal of ultimately improving the quality of life for those he serves. He owns and operates a fitness gym since 2000 and opened his practice in 2004. He holds a master’s degree in clinical nutrition, a Ph.D. in clinical nutrition, a second master’s degree in East Asian Medicine (MSAOM), and a second doctorate in East Asian Medicine (DAOM). Dr. Cassone is a Licensed Acupuncturist in the state of California and operates a high volume clinic seeing over 150 patients a week. He has also written 3 books and treats patients all over the world.

Course Content:
This course provides an overview of the digestive system including anatomy and physiology related to common pathologies. Dr. Cassone will discuss concepts from both Eastern and Western approaches and how to use clinical nutrition for better patient outcomes. Participants will learn signs and symptoms related to gastrointestinal dysfunction and how to differentiate appropriate nutritional strategies.
The lecture will cover commonly used supplements from companies that offer pharmaceutical grade products as well as some herbal medicine strategies.
Participants will be informed of available options based on ingredients and their restorative properties and clinical applications.
Dr. Cassone will also be covering dietary strategies for each condition.

Contact:
Email address: sbueaa@gmail.com
Website: www.sbueaa.org

 

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