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Diplomate Program – Advanced 300 Hours

October 18 @ 8:00 am - January 12 @ 6:00 pm

Advanced Acupuncture Program / 3rd 100 Hours
Co-sponsored by Parker University

Comfort Inn & Suites
Phone: 614-604-6400 

Below is an overview of the Advanced 300 Acupuncture Program (which is the 3rd 100 hours).

[October 18, 19 & 20, 2019] Module I

Chinese Herbal Medicine Made Easy / Women’s Health with Chinese Medicine

Chinese Herbal Medicine Made Easy

• Chinese Medicine principles and how they relate to Herbal Medicine
• Introduction to Chinese Herbal Principles
• Individual Herb presentation
• Common Herbal formulas and their applications
• Herbal companies in the United States
• Herbal formulas for Spinal related conditions, Cold & flu, Digestive disorders, Emotional support & Male support

Women’s Health with Chinese Medicine

• Discussion on the Zang Fu organs that relate to Women’s Health
• Etiology / Pathology / Chinese Medicine Diagnosis / Differentiation
• Acupuncture Treatment protocols
• Herbal Treatment protocols
• Cupping techniques
• Moxibustion in the treatment of female disorders

[November 8, 9 & 10, 2019] Module II

Comprehensive Dry Needling

Introduction to Dry Needling
Safety guide-lines for needling
Ethics in the treatment of Dry Needling
Superficial Dry Needling Techniques
Deep Dry Needling
Anatomy of the individual & groups of muscles
Clinical & Physical Examination of Myofascial Pain Syndromes
Myofascial Syndromes of the Thoracic region
Myofascial Syndromes of the Lumbosacral & Gluteal region
Myofascial Syndromes of the Upper Extremity
Myofascial Syndromes of the Lower Extremity
Electrical stimulation of the needle & the different devices
Cupping & Gua Sha techniques in the treatment of Myofascial Syndromes

[December 6, 7 & 8, 2019] Module III

Clinical Acupuncture Orthopedics / Battle Field Acupuncture

Clinical Acupuncture Orthopedics
Clinical acupuncture orthopedics is a course designed to teach the practitioner in the treatment of conditions related to the spine as well as the upper and lower extremities that are often seen in the Chiropractic clinic daily. There is a relationship of the subluxation complex and dysfunctions which produces pain in various parts of the body and this will be discussed. This course covers headaches of various types, cervical, thoracic and lumbosacral spinal issues. Additionally, the upper and lower extremities will be covered by each particular joint. Treatment review of proper needling and other non-needle treatment such as cupping, Gua Sha and electrical stimulation procedures and the different machines used. Clinical Diagnostic tools will be presents to assist the Doctor in treatment recommendation.

The attendee will learn treatment protocols for:
Headaches – By location, pain types and pattern.
Neck pain, Midback pain & Low back pain – when to use local treatments and when distal treatments & which may be more effective at particular times.
Upper extremity conditions of the shoulder, elbow and wrist.
Lower extremity conditions of the hip, knee and ankle.
Auricular points related to Headache, Spinal Pain & Extremity conditions.
Mirror Techniques.

Battle Field Acupuncture

Introduction & History of Battle Field Acupuncture
The ASP needle & technique
The 5 Auricular points & overall functions
Uses of Battlefield Acupuncture
Benefits of Battlefield Acupuncture
Insertion of the ASP needle
BFA protocol
Types of stimulation
Review & overview of procedure

 [January 10, 11 & 12, 2019] Module IV

Scalp Acupuncture / Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture / Clinical Asian Medicine

Scalp Acupuncture

• History of Scalp Acupuncture
• Location of the points & zones for Scalp Acupuncture
• Needling techniques
• Conditions treated with Scalp Acupuncture

Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture

• History of Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture
• Points on the face for face lifting
• Points of the meridians for face lifting
• Techniques for the treatment protocols for Facial Rejuvenation

Clinical Asian Medicine

This course is an intense review of treatment involving all areas of the body. It is designed for practitioners that are already performing Acupuncture in their clinics. It is a great review with treatment strategies for the busy practice which involves specific basic points, additional points, auricular points & other non-needle procedures specific per condition.
Strategies Presented
• Headaches
• Spinal related conditions
• Upper & lower extremities conditions
• Fibromyalgia
• Common colds / Cough / Allergies & other nasal conditions
• Conditions related to the Digestion
• Conditions related Urinary Disorders
• Insomnia / Anxiety / Depression / other emotional conditions
• Female & Male conditions

Teaching methods will primarily be lecture with appropriate video presentations on the different techniques that are utilized, practical demonstrations and appropriate practicing of all of the procedures depending on the particular weekend.

Pricing and Registration per Module

Prepaid more than 14 days in advance of class date $675.00 Save $110.00
Prepaid less than 14 days in advance of class date $725.00 Save $60.00
At the Door $785.00

Special: Prepay all 4 Modules by September 30, 2019 – $2,400.00

Seminar Times
Friday: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm / Saturday: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm / Sunday:  8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Each weekend equates to 25.0 hours 


Comfort Inn & Suites Chris Perry Lane

70 Chris Perry Lane
Columbus, OH 43213 United States