Video Lectures

Here you can find various recorded lectures of mine which are available to you for free. These are meant for laypeople/patients, although Chinese medicine practitioners and other healthcare providers may find them interesting and informative as well.

 

• In the Scholar's Hall: Prevention of Common Cold with Greg Livingston

Everyone knows how getting the flu feels. The sudden onset of chills, fever and a sore neck are the typical signs of a "wind strike" according to Chinese medicine. Wind is the pathogen associated with autumn and many common upper-respiratory, skin and allergy problems. Learn more about how to understand and prevent conditions related to "wind" in this lecture sponsored by OCOM. This lecture is part of an ongoing series on Chinese medicine presented in the Lan Su Chinese Garden's Scholar's Hall in downtown Portland, OR.

 

• Traditional Chinese Medicine and Your Health

OCOM Faculty member Greg Livingston, PhD(China), LAc delivering a lecture on the fundamentals of TCM and how they apply to the process of aging well, cultivating longevity and maintaining wellbeing. This lecture was delivered on May 18, 2013 at the New Approaches: The Healthy Aging Conference for Boomers hosted on OCOM's campus.

 

• Chinese Medicine is Preventative Medicine, Part 1

This class was part of OCOM's ongoing free Saturday Seminars for the public, held quarterly in the Community Room of the downtown campus.

 

 

• Chinese Medicine is Preventative Medicine, Part 2

This class was part of OCOM's ongoing free Saturday Seminars for the public, held quarterly in the Community Room of the downtown campus.

 

 

• Chinese Medicine is Preventative Medicine, Part 3

This class was part of OCOM's ongoing free Saturday Seminars for the public, held quarterly in the Community Room of the downtown campus.