BodyMapping Acupuncture and Muscle Taping for Back/Hip Pain

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Access Time: 6 months of unlimited access
Originally Aired: 
Sun, 10/27/2019

8 CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by CA #383 (Category 1), NCCAOM (AOM-AC), FL (General), IL, TX (General), AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC, CTCMA, IVAS, NZASA, NZRA

Distance Learning CEU Video (Online)

This is a continuation of Part I on BodyMapping Acupuncture and muscle taping for head and neck pain, which is highly recommended for an optimal learning experience. Click here to see the course description for Part I.

In Part II of this two-part series, Cole shares how to treat lower body pain such as pain in the mid- and low back, hip, legs, and feet using his distal point acupuncture technique, BodyMapping Acupuncture. Participants will learn how understand relationship between acupuncture channels and the therapeutic uses of those relationships, and how to easily find effective distal points for lower body pain conditions.

In addition, participants will learn what is muscle taping and how it can effectively support the acupuncture treatment for the lower body. Dr. Magbanua will present and demonstrate specifically how to and where to tape the muscles for various lower body conditions.

It is highly recommended to have a colored copy of the BodyMapping Acupuncture chart while taking this course to be able to easily follow along in the class. A laminated copy can be found here.

Upon completion of this course, practitioners will:

  • Understand relationships between acupuncture channels for the lower body and the therapeutic use of those relationships
  • Learn how muscle taping can support the acupuncture treatment for lower body pain
  • Learn treatment protocols for lower body pain conditions

These online courses are immediately accessible after purchase therefore are non-refundable.

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Units : 
CA (Category 1), NCCAOM (AOM-AC), FL (General), IL, TX (General), AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC, CTCMA, IVAS, NZASA, NZRA
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