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Master Tung's Acupuncture and the Balance Method for Pain, Part I

Course Level:
beginner
Originally Aired: 
Sat, 05/30/2015

Course Type: Video
Units: 8 CEUs/PDAs
Approved by: CA (Category 1), NCCAOM (AOM-BIO), FL (General), IL, TX (General), AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC, CAAA, CTCMA, IVAS, NZASA, NZRA
Run Time: 8 hrs
Access Time: 4 months of unlimited access

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Jean-Sylvain Prot, a diverse acupuncturist who integrates I Ching, the Balance Method, Master Tung's acupuncture, qi gong, and tuina in his practice. In Part I of this two part series, Jean goes over what is Channel Diagnosis in detail, modern biomechanics, the Five phases (Wu Xing), how to identify abnormal areas in the upper and lower body using orthopedic tests, and goes over the Channel Test protocol: performing the test, identify abnormal areas or aspects, and selecting the acupuncture points to treat.

Part 2 of this course is not required but is highly recommended for an optimal learning experience. Click here to see the Day 2 course description and register.

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There are so many effective acupuncture protocols that are used today, such as Master Tung's acupuncture and the Balance Method, so how do you choose the right one for you? There's no need to pick just one when you can combine them all! Join Jean-Sylvain Prot, a diverse acupuncturist who integrates I Ching, the Balance Method, Master Tung's acupuncture, qi gong, and tuina in his practice, as he shares how to use Channel Diagnosis to correctly pinpoint the diseased channel and then use a combination of treatment protocols to achieve ultimate clinical results.

Channel Diagnosis is based on a detailed study of the paths of acupuncture channels and their relationship to muscle chains, similar to the acupuncture protocols found in Master Tung's acupuncture and the Balance Method. Its approach combines western bio-mechanic concepts and classical TCM teaching so that through a series of precise movements, the channels involved in the actual cause of the pain are determined. Once the diseased channels are identified, acupuncture points are selected based on the classical teachings of the Nan Jing and Nei Jing, the origins of all acupuncture protocols.

In Part I of this two part series, Jean goes over what is Channel Diagnosis in detail, modern biomechanics, the Five phases (Wu Xing), how to identify abnormal areas in the upper and lower body using orthopedic tests, and goes over the Channel Test protocol: performing the test, identify abnormal areas or aspects, and selecting the acupuncture points to treat.

Part 2 of this course is not required but is highly recommended for an optimal learning experience. Click here to see the Day 2 course description and register.

Upon completion of this course, practitioners will:

  • Understand the origins and basis of Channel Diagnosis
  • Know how the channels relate to movements and integrate it with modern biomechanics
  • Understand the Five Phases (Wu Xing) and how it integrates with the treatment plan.

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Units : 
8 CEUs/PDAs
CA (Category 1), NCCAOM (AOM-BIO), FL (General), IL, TX (General), AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC, CAAA, CTCMA, IVAS, NZASA, NZRA
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Practitioner Feedback from Course Evaluation

Practitioner Feedback from Course Evaluation
Lotus1
Posted:
03/09/2015
Great content, appreciated his sharing of theoretical concepts and that he regularly thinks outside of the box. Helped me feel re-invigorated about the medicine and that I'm able to go back with my patients with a refreshed perspective of the points and the very valuable muscle-channel testing.

Practitioner Feedback from Course Evaluation

Practitioner Feedback from Course Evaluation
Lotus1
Posted:
03/09/2015
Appreciate the depth of knowledge of the subject and the extensive knowledge and ability to correspond the associations between astrology and other cosmological aspects to the topic.
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