We have a passion for education at RSHC. As most providers know, there is a shortage of good information regarding hospice, palliative care, dementia care, ADHD issues, house calls, and many other topics missed through standard CME classes.

We believe it's our duty to educate the medical community about many of these issues. We are, therefore, generating a series of classes which will be available both online and in-person. Continue to check in with us for a list of available classes and seminars.

We are also in the process of creating a comprehensive course for medical massage therapy. This will first be available to LMTs, but our end-goal is to create an entirely new program and certification for hospital and clinical massage. If you are interested in assisting with our project (we need LMTs to help with hands on seminars), please contact Dr. Ren for further information.

Please click on the following links for more information:


Here is a list of the various CME classes we offer. Our educational seminars and classes focus on the areas often missing from "traditional" medical information, including: Hospice; Palliative care; chronic pain; Dementia; In-Home medicine; autoimmune disease; and ADHD.

Medical Massage Certification

RSHC is in the process of developing a comprehensive medical massage course. Initially, this course will be open to current LMTs, and will focus on specific pathologies and the proper massage techniques for their management. The course will meet continuing education credits from the major massage associations.

There is a much larger goal: We hope to create the nation's first full-spectrum, accredited, medical massage program. Much like a nursing degree (BSN), our four-year degree will include the pre-medical sciences (biology, pathology, chemistry, etc), in-hospital and in-clinic rotations, and LMT certification. Graduates would receive a Bachelor of Science in Medical Massage (BSMM). Please let us know if you're interested in helping us create this program.

Resource Documents for Providers

The following link has a variety of printables for other medical providers, such as DPOA forms. They can be printed off for patient use or other clinician needs.