Treating the Low Back, Neck and Shoulder with Classical and Modern Acupuncture

A weekend of hands-on training and practice with Anthony Von der Muhll, LAc, DAOM

September 28-29, 2024, Basel, Switzerland

at aava Zentrum für EEH und Eltern-Kind-Begleitung, Leonhardsberg 14, 4051

Treating the Low Back with Classical and Modern Acupuncture

Saturday, September 28, 2024, 9:00-5:00

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Treating the Neck and Shoulder with Classical and Modern Acupuncture

Sunday, September 29, 2024, 9:00-5:00

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--Webinars require continuous attendance on the date(s) offered to receive PDAs/CEUs. If you cannot attend, please consider a self-paced distance-learning version instead, if available, or another class that you will be able to attend.

--Ebooks are included with class purchase--please do not purchase both. When purchased separately, Ebooks are for informational purposes only--no PDAs/CEUs.

Questions? Please visit our FAQ page. Thank you for your purchase!

 

Register for both classes to get 10% off each.

TCM Fachverband members: contact TCM Fachverband for discount code for additional 10% off.

Clinical anatomy, kinesiology, and the jing-jin ("sinew meridians" or myofascial tracts)

  • Bones, muscles, discs and facet joints, and neurology
  • Posture and motion dysfunctions
  • The arthritic progression: strain/sprain, derangement, degeneration

History-taking: key diagnostic questions

  • "Red flag" symptoms of urgent/serious medical conditions potentially warranting referral to physician care: stenosis, tumors, infection, fractures, and neuropathies
  • Identifying the affected jing-jin ("sinew meridians" or myofascial tracts).
  • Differentiating symptoms of muscles, joint, disc, spinal cord, and nerve root injuries
  • Neural hypersensitization and psycho-social factors

Physical exam of the low back, neck and shoulder: how findings can guide acupuncture treatment

  • Classical jing-jin and modern orthopedic observation, inspection and palpation
  • Joint exam: active range-of-motion and passive stress testing of the spinal and shoulder joints
  • Examination for upper and lower motor neuron lesions: deep tendon, and pathologic reflexes and sensory, and motor function
  • Manual strength testing and referred pain pattern charts for 35 key muscles of the low back, core and pelvic girdle, neck and shoulder
  • Special orthopedic tests for the back, neck and shoulder
  • Clinical flow charts to facilitate efficiency and accuracy in examination

Diagnosis and pattern identification

  • Jing-jin syndromes
  • Postural and motion dysfunctions
  • Muscle strains and myofascial pain
  • Radiculopathies and stenosis
  • Chronic back, neck and shoulder pain, spondylosis, arthritis, degenerative disc disease, scoliosis
  • Spinal spondylolistheses
  • Failed spinal surgery syndromes
  • For the low back: post-partum pain, insufficiency of the iliolumbar and sacrotuberous ligaments, and dysfunctions of the sacroiliac joint
  • For the neck and shoulder: cervical facet, glenohumeral and acromioclavicular joint pain

Treatment of the jing-jin and orthopedic conditions

 

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