Western medicine makes use of the SOAP note (an acronym for subjective, objective, assessment, and plan) as a means of documenting patient encounters, evaluating a person’s health, and noting a procedure/medication/intervention.Traditional Chinese medicine employs a similar system, but as an older, holistic, and non-technology based modality, it breaks things down a bit differently. This free 1-hour talk with Justin Sieg, a licensed acupuncturist, will explore these differences, and how they relate to your own concepts of health and wellness. The lecture will take place at Community Acupuncture + Natural Health on Saturday, February 25th, from 11:00am to 12:00pm, and you can register for the event by clicking here.
Justin Sieg is an acupuncturist and herbalist licensed by the California Acupuncture Board and the Oregon Medical Board. While residing in the Bay Area, he gained clinical experience at the Wellness Center of the St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco, Family Room Community Acupuncture, Haight Ashbury Free Clinics, and California Pacific Medical Center’s Acute Rehabilitation Program for stroke patients and central nervous system injuries. In addition, he briefly made rounds at several hospitals affiliated with Zhejiang Chinese Medical University in Hangzhou, China.
Justin earned his clinical doctorate from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, and holds a master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Justin enjoys making a contribution toward the delivery of quality affordable medical and mental health services to all segments of the population, and has a strong interest in finding ways to use traditional Chinese medicine to strengthen the existing health system.
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