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The Earth School, Gastro and Neurogastroenterology, Li Gao: Pi Wei Lun


Nerve Entrapment Syndromes: Neck and Arm Pain (Jingbu Shoubi Tong)

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Topic
Courses for general TCM topics
Therapy Styles
Acupuncture
When
Friday, 22nd May 2020
Time
09:00-12:30, 15:00-18:00
Language
EN [DE]
Practical experience
all levels
Practical Orientation
theoretical
 
Caption

Referred pain is a common patient complaint that an acupuncturist will see. One of the most challenging aspects of a clinician’s work is to accurately determine the primary injury causing the patients neck, shoulder and arm pain. In order to achieve the best treatment results for patient rehabilitation, it is essential for the practitioner to obtain an accurate diagnosis.
Orthopedic evaluations, manual muscle testing and anatomical knowledge is imperative in helping the practitioner to determine the source of the patient’s radicular or non-radicular pain. This seminar will help the practitioner to identify, diagnose and treat radicular and other sources of paresthesia pain patterns. Myofascial (jingjin) channels and postural imbalances will be assessed through the lens of excess (shi) and deficient (xu) signs and symptoms. This information leads to successful treatment plan, which supports proper needle technique and unique treatment protocols. These protocols include acupuncture to motor, trigger and traditional points to not only treat the injury but to treat the patient with the injury. The acupuncturist in this seminar will learn assessment and treatment techniques that will help get the patient get out of neck, shoulder and arm pain for long-lasting results.

  • Hands-on with practical exercises
  • all levels
  • Advanced
  • Beginners
  • Acupuncture
  • Herbal Therapy
  • Tuina/Massage
  • Qi Gong/Tai Ji
  • Dietetics
  • Diagnostics
  • Classics/Philosophy
  • Scientific Research
  • bookable
  • only a few places free
  • fully booked