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NEURO-MERIDIAN Integrative Acupuncture

December 11, 2015 to December 15, 2015

Credits: 
NCCAOM 66PDA/CEU; Catgeory A Credits Pending
ND/health-care practitioner: 
$3,500
Early bird deadline: 
November 13, 2015
Alumni association price: 
$2,800
Student price: 
$2,500

Course description

5-Day Intensive Practical Sessions + On-line Video Lectures + “New” Anatomy Prosection Labs For the advanced treatment of neuromyofascial pain! This post-graduate program integrates energy-based Eastern acupuncture with anatomy-based Western acupuncture. Clinicians will develop advanced palpation and needling techniques to treat pain and neuromuscular disorders. YOU WILL LEARN: • Needling techniques used by medical acupuncturists • Precise acupuncture anatomy (during cadaveur labs) • Palpation and expected deQi response for points • NeiJing analysis for pain-related treatment strategies PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Patients mostly seek acupuncture for neuro-muscular pain conditions. Yet the typical TCM acupuncture curriculum emphasizes internal medicine at the expense of physical medicine skills. This continuing education program aspires to fill this void in clinical training. Eastern medicine reveres ancient canons as the highest authority whereas Western medicine esteems peer-reviewed journals as the gold standard. Therefore we integrated medical canons with scientific research to create a program that preserves the core values unique to each system. This is an advanced program that trains clinicians to possess the critical and manual skills to treat a wide variety of neuro-muscular pain conditions. Our mission is to prepare acupuncture clinicians to become experts in integrative pain medicine. YOUTUBE VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHDmkLQSDC0 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS - Learn Applied Acupuncture Anatomy during cadaver lab practicals (NEW in 2014!) - Learn authentic (pre-TCM) point locations from the Inner Classic and Systematic Classic - Learn precise palpation, exact intention and expected DeQi response for each point - Line-by-line Inner Classic analysis for pain-related treatment strategies - Learn needling techniques used by anesthesiologists and medical acupuncturists LEARNING OBJECTIVES - Learn the similarities between canonical point anatomy and neuro-anatomy. - Understand the nervous system to refine intention and needle precision. - Learn how to apply electrical stimulation based on motor-sensory integration concepts. - Learn how to select distal points based on Neuro-Meridian synchronization. - Learn how to apply an elegant S.M.A.R.T. treatment plan (Sensory, Motor, Autonomic, Radiculopathy & Trigger) DISTANCE-BASED ON-LINE LEARNING Students receive the lecture component as distance-based online webinars. The weekend intensives are dedicated to developing manual techniques such as neuro-palpation and peripheral nerve needling, as well as hands-on time in a cadaver lab. Registration for distance-based learning is available on an on-going basis. 5-DAY INTENSIVES All classes are held at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, located at 1255 Sheppard Ave. E. Toronto, Ontario. The anatomy lab portion of the 5-day practicals are two mornings from 9am-12pm and are held at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, 6100 Leslie St. Toronto, Ontario.

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