Integrative Reproductive Medicine Symposium 2022 | Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Meet Our Speakers:

The YSU Reproductive Medicine Symposium is unique in bringing together speakers who specialize in integrative, evidence-based fertility care. Our speakers are leaders in the field of both Western Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine which includes both acupuncture and herbology.
The 2022 Integrative Reproductive Medicine Symposium Speakers at Yo San University include:

Meet Our Speakers:

The YSU Reproductive Medicine Symposium is unique in bringing together speakers who specialize in integrative, evidence-based fertility care. Our speakers are leaders in the field of both Western Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine which includes both acupuncture and herbology.

The 2022 Integrative Reproductive Medicine Symposium Speakers at Yo San University include:

Paul Magarelli, MD

Paul Magarelli, MD

Topic: Implications of Covid-19 and mRNA Vaccines on Reproductive Health

Dr. Paul C. Magarelli MD PhD, founder and Medical Director of Magarelli Fertility, is a board certified Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility specialist who has been practicing fertility medicine in Colorado since 1998. Dr. Magarelli achieved national acclaim for integrating acupuncture into fertility medicine. He is known for his low IVF fees that provides patients high-quality fertility treatment at nearly half the cost of other centers.

Other accomplishments: Founder Medical Director and Advisor to the ABORM and Reproductive Industry Partners; past faculty Yo San University, University of New Mexico, Founder Institute for Sustained Health, Founder of US Military Family Fertility Services 501 c3; Recipient of the Pioneers in Integrated Reproductive Medicine Award, Past President of the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society, Review for Fertility & Sterility Journal, and others.

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Paul Turek, MD

Paul Turek, MD

Topic: Men’s Reproductive Health: Current Research and Clinical Guidelines

Dr. Paul J Turek is an American physician and surgeon, men’s reproductive health specialist, and businessman.  He is a recent recipient of a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant for research designed to help infertile men become fathers using stem cells. Dr. Turek is fellowship trained and board certified by the American Board of Urology. He has received countless honors and awards for his work with male infertility and has provided valuable research to the men’s sexual health community.

Dr. Turek graduated from Yale College with highest honors (summa cum laude), Phi Beta Kappa, and then attended medical school at Stanford University, where he also took top research honors. He completed his residency in urology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, the nation’s first medical school, founded by Benjamin Franklin.

Shaoting Jing, MMed, L.Ac, PhD

Shaoting Jing, L.Ac, MMD, PhD

Topic:Primary Ovarian Insufficiency: TCM Treatment Protocol

Dr. Shaoting Jing received her Bachelor’s degree in Chinese Medicine from Gansu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1984. She then began her fellowship training under Dr. Zhang Ren Yi, a renowned 7th generation OB/Gyn Doctor of Chinese Medicine, where she gained valuable clinical experience in treating patients with infertility and various gynecological disorders. In 1991, Dr. Jing received her Master’s degree in Chinese Medicine and her MD in Western Medicine from Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, specializing in auto-immune disorders and endocrinology.

After moving to Los Angeles in 1992, Dr. Jing started her private acupuncture practice focusing on Women’s health, infertility, longevity care, and immunology. In 2006, Dr. Jing received her PhD in Traditional Chinese Medicine at American Liberty University with a specialization in Women’s Health. Dr. Jing also serves as an adjunct faculty and visiting clinical faculty member at Yo San University.

image of Mao Shing Ni, PhD, DOM

Mao Shing Ni, PhD, DOM

Topic: Fertility and Nutrition: The Top 5 Foods to Boost Reproductive Health

A bestselling author, expert on longevity medicine, and co-founder of Yo San University, Dr Mao lectures on Chinese medicine, wellness and longevity around the world. Dr. Mao began his studies in Chinese medicine with his father, Hua-Ching Ni, a renowned Taoist master, physician and author-teacher. After earning his OMD and PhD in Oriental Medicine with an emphasis in Nutrition, Dr. Mao went on to complete his postgraduate residency at Shanghai Medical University in China.

Dr. Mao has appeared extensively in national media in his tireless efforts to further the recognition of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. He has also written the national bestseller Secrets of Longevity and the recently published Secrets of Self-Healing and Second Spring, as well as a respected translation of the Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine.

image of Raheleh Khorsan, PhD.

Raheleh Khorsan, PhD.

Topic: A Public Health Focus on Infertility Prevention and Management

Dr. Rahelah Khorsan is a faculty on the Yo San University DAOM Program. Her recent research examined factors influencing the success of integrative healthcare research and clinical programs, as well as evaluation of healing applications within healthcare. Dr. Khorsan appraises applicability of collected data and analyzes validity of findings on extensive systematic reviews, such as: program models of integrative medicine including Military and Veteran Health Services; patient-based outcomes; and the effectiveness of supplements on health and healing.

Dr. Khorsan holds a Ph.D. in Planning, Policy and Design (health promotion) from the University of California, Irvine, School of Social Ecology. She teaches Public Health, Medical Terminology, and Medical Ethics, and has co/authored reports, presentations, and peer-reviewed articles with co-investigators at RAND Corp, UCI, Cleveland Chiropractic College, VA Long Beach Integrative Medicine/Acupuncture Clinic, and others.

image of Laura Erlich LAc, FABORM

Laura Erlich LAc, FABORM

Topic:A Guide to Fertility Vitamins and Supplements

After graduating summa cum laude from Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine, Laura Erlich, LAc. founded a progressive holistic medicine practice in Southern California, specializing in gynecology, infertility, IVF support, conscious conception and prenatal care. Now, with over two decades experience as a leading practitioner in the Los Angeles birthing community, she continues to guide women to optimal wellness in her roles as an acupuncturist, herbalist, author, instructor, mentor and group leader.

Well versed in the modalities of integrative, allopathic and functional medicine, the heart of Laura’s practice is rooted in the beauty and complexity of classical and traditional Chinese medicine. It is through this lens that she treats each patient, facilitating balance and harmony in the body, mind and spirit, fostering optimal wellness. From this state, the body’s intrinsic ability to procreate, gestate and thrive is enhanced. Working closely with RE’s, OB/GYN’s and midwives Laura works hard to ensure that her patients are receiving the best possible integration of care.

image of Jenna Miller, MS, CGC

Jenna Miller, MS, CGC

Topic: Genetic Testing to Improve Outcomes in Fertility Care

Jenna Miller, MS, CGC, is a board-certified and licensed genetic counselor. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Genetics and Biotechnology from Brigham Young University and a Master of Science degree in Human Genetics from Sarah Lawrence College. Jenna began her career at the biotech startup Recombine by providing genetic counseling services to patients and physicians. She then moved into clinical diagnostics, and eventually led the CooperGenomics carrier screening clinical diagnostics team.

Jenna has been CooperSurgical’s clinical science liaison since 2017. In this role, she travels North America educating healthcare providers about genomics within the ART field. Jenna is passionate about genomics education, informed consent, and ethical approaches to genomic testing.

image of Daoshing Ni, PhD, DOM

Daoshing Ni, PhD, DOM

Topic: Three Classical Herbal Formulations to Enhance Fertility

Dr. Dao is a published author, educator, and a TCM practitioner well-known and respected for his special interest in reproductive medicine and gynecology. In 1989 he co-founded Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Dao started his studies in Chinese medicine with his father, Hua-Ching Ni, at an early age.

After earning his OMD. and PhD in Oriental Medicine, he pursued advanced studies in internal medicine, gynecology, and pediatrics at both Beijing and Nanjing Colleges of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. Dr. Dao is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Pacific Coast Fertility Society, and American Association of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine. An active faculty in the DAOM program at Yo San University, Dr. Dao is the author of Tao of Fertility and co-author of Sitting Moon: A Guide to Rejuvenation after Pregnancy.

The YSU Symposium is for practicing acupuncturists and students of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Learn from the world’s leading fertility experts at the 2022 YSU Integrative Reproductive Medicine Symposium.

Earn 16 units NCCAOM, California, and ABORM Approval Pending.
Video recordings will be available for 90 days at no extra cost to the registered participants.

When:
Saturday to Sunday
March 26 to 27, 2022
9 a.m to 5 p.m.

Where:
Virtual Zoom Event
(We will provide you with a link upon registration)

The YSU Symposium is for practicing acupuncturists and students of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Learn from the world’s leading fertility experts at the 2022 YSU Integrative Reproductive Medicine Symposium.

Earn 16 units NCCAOM, California, and ABORM Approval Pending.
Video recordings will be available for 90 days at no extra cost to the registered participants.

When:
Saturday to Sunday
March 26 to 27, 2022
9 a.m to 5 p.m.

Where:
Virtual Zoom Event
(We will provide you with a link upon registration)

Register Now!

Earn 16 units NCCAOM, California, and ABORM approved.
Video recordings will be available for 90 days at no extra cost to the registered participants.

TCM Practitioner: $300
YSU Alumni: $125
YSU Students: $10

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The Yo San University Doctoral Program:

Integrative Reproductive Medicine

Our two year clinical doctorate specialty integrates advanced Western and Eastern diagnostics and treatment protocols for the effective management of women’s reproductive health. Program features include case-based learning, advanced herbal formula writing, practical demonstrations of acupuncture, physical exams for specific conditions, and collaboration with other healthcare professionals utilizing evidence-based practice and research methods.

The program is 1220 hours in length, composed of 570 didactic hours and 650 clinical hours. Courses are offered in a monthly modular format over a two-year period. If you’re interested in enhancing your clinical skills and deepening your knowledge of integrative reproductive medicine, Yo San is the place to do it.

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