The Treatment of Allergies in Pediatrics
 

Course: The Treatment of Allergies in Pediatrics

Instructor: Moshe Heller

Number of classes: 1

Duration: 1 hour

Language: English

Typology: recorded online class

Included: access to the class recording

Presentation:

According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology - “Allergic conditions are one of the most common health issues affecting children in the U.S” 

 

Allergies are becoming more and more prevalent nowadays and are causing a wide variety of symptoms. Fatigue, depression, anxiety, muscle pains, joint pains, headaches, brain fog, stomachaches, bloating, and yes, even weight gain could all be related to allergies.

 

In this free webinar, Moshe Heller will introduce the etiological factors of allergies as well as the pathomechanisms of this disorder.  He will discuss the diagnosis and possible treatment strategies and review a case study to demonstrate.

This is an introductory class for The First Cycle of Life - Introduction to Pediatrics course.


About Michael Brown:

Moshe Heller is a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego, CA. He is the former academic dean at Pacific College, New York, and former chair of the Department of Oriental Medicine. Moshe has been practicing and teaching Traditional Chinese Medicine since 1994. He taught at the Hebrew University, Medicine College, the Israeli College of Complementary Medicine, and Pacific College, NY. Moshe’s postgraduate work was performed at the Guan An Men Hospital in Beijing, China, where he focused on Internal Medicine and TCM Gynecology. He has also taken various postgraduate studies including Pediatrics and Japanese acupuncture, participating in the Lutheran Medical Center research study, focusing on the use of acupuncture during labor and delivery. Moshe has served as a board member of the Acupuncture Society of New York and currently runs a busy practice in NYC.

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Moshe Heller

1 class (1 hour)

Access:

class recording​

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The Treatment of Allergies in Pediatrics

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