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Menghe Institute

The Menghe Institute was founded to further the Ding Family's passion for expanding the TCM education to the Western world. Its first school was founded in 1917 in Shanghai, China by Dr. Ding Ganren. The school has now established into the world renowned institution called The Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

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Course Catalogue

CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES

MHC 101: Intro to Menghe History and Herbal Medicine

This course will introduce the Menghe history and tradition, as well as the basic theory of Menghe herbal medicine. (8 hours / 8 CEUs).

MHC 102: Menghe Diagnosis & Herb Selection

This course will focus on the diagnosis method based on Menghe theory. This course will teach how to apply simple formulas in clinic and how to modify formulas according to patient conditions. (8 hours / 8 CEUs).

SC 204: Menghe Medicine- Simple Formulas

This course will teach the applications of simple formulas in clinic and how to modify formulas according to patient conditions. (16 hours / 16 CEUs).

DSM 102:Integrating TCM Herbs with Western Medicine

This course addresses the different aspects of herb, formula, and drug interactions, ranging from complementary to toxic. Students will learn the most commonly prescribed medications, their actions, side-effects, and herbal alternatives. (16 hours / 16 CEUs).

DSM 202:Menghe Medicine treating Respiratory System Diseases

This course will review the etiology and pathogenic mechanism of the respiratory system. Students will become familiar with the vocabulary used to describe the structure and function of the respiratory system as well as disorders of the system. Students will also learn how to conduct diagnosis based on the Menghe Medicine theories, as well as how to use the herbs and formulas to treat respiratory system disease. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to develop a plan and appropriate intervention for diagnosis and management of a respiratory disease using the Menghe theories and medicine. (32 hours / 32 CEUs).

DAOM COURSES

DSM 101: Introduction to Menghe Herbal Medicine

This course will provide students with knowledge of Menghe Herbal Medicine, including general theory, treatment methods, categorization, taste, temperature, entering meridians, indications, and the laws of herbal combining. (16 hours)

DSM 102:Integrating TCM Herbs with Western Medicine

This course addresses the different aspects of herb, formula, and drug interactions, ranging from complementary to toxic. Students will learn the most commonly prescribed medications, their actions, side-effects, and herbal alternatives. (16 hours)

DSM 103:Clinical applications of Menghe Herbal Medicine

This course is an in-depth study of Menghe Medicine theories and formulas. The theories and formulas are discussed with emphasis on their relevance to modern uses, contemporary research, and clinical applications. Upon completion of this course, students will be skilled in applying and modifying formulas according to patient conditions. (24 hours)

DSM 201:Prevent Senile Diseases with Menghe Herbal Medicine

This course will review the common senile diseases and the pathology of senie disease based on the TCM theory. Students will learn how to prevent senile diseases using the Menghe Medicine theory. Upon completion of the course, students develop a treatment plan for the senile patients to provide accurate diagnosis, supportive care, screening, and ultimately prevention of the diseases. (32 hours)

DSM 202:Menghe Medicine treating Respiratory System Diseases

This course will review the etiology and pathogenic mechanism of the respiratory system. Students will become familiar with the vocabulary used to describe the structure and function of the respiratory system as well as disorders of the system. Students will also learn how to conduct diagnosis based on the Menghe Medicine theories, as well as how to use the herbs and formulas to treat respiratory system disease. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to develop a plan and appropriate intervention for diagnosis and management of a respiratory disease using the Menghe theories and medicine. (32 hours)

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