Acupuncture Orthopedics Essentials I: Fundamentals

8 Live PDAs AOM-AC & CEUs Category 1 pending Neck and shoulder injuries and pain serve as a clinical example to demonstrate theory, principles, modalities and techniques of acupuncture orthopedics.

Acupuncture Treatment of the Taiyang “Sinew Meridian”: the Posterior Tract

7 Live PDAs AOM-AC & CEUs Category 1 pending The taiyang 经 筋 jing-jin ("sinew meridian") of Chinese medicine describes the myofascial tract that runs along the posterior body from head to toe. Understanding the taiyang jing-jin can guide clinicians from where pain is felt distally and proximally towards additional muscles, tendons, joints and ligaments […]

Acupuncture Treatment of the Shaoyang “Sinew Meridian”: the Lateral Tract

8 Live PDAs AOM-AC & CEUs Category 1 pending The shaoyang 经 筋 jing-jin ("sinew meridian") of Chinese medicine describes the myofascial tract that runs along the lateral body from head to toe. Understanding the shaoyang jing-jin can guide clinicians from where pain is felt distally and proximally towards additional muscles, tendons, joints and ligaments […]

Acupuncture Treatment of the Yangming “Sinew Meridian”: the Anterior Tract

8 Live PDAs AOM-AC & CEUs Category 1 pending The yangming 经 筋 jing-jin ("sinew meridian") of Chinese medicine describes the myofascial tract that runs along the anterior body from head to toe. Understanding the yangming jing-jin can guide clinicians from where pain is felt distally and proximally towards additional muscles, tendons, joints and ligaments […]

Acupuncture Treatment of the 3 Yin “Sinew Meridians”: the Medial and Axial Tracts

8 Live PDAs AOM-AC & CEUs Category 1 pending The 3 yin 经 筋 jing-jin (taiyin, shaoyin, and jueyin--"sinew meridians") of Chinese medicine describe myofascial tracts that run along the medial and axial regions of the body from head to toe. Understanding the 3 yin jing-jin can guide clinicians from where pain is felt distally […]

Head, Neck, and Thorax

16 Live PDAs AOM-AC & CEUs Category 1 pending Clinical anatomy and kinesiology: relationships to the 6 jing-jin (sinew meridians or myofascial tracts)

Shoulder, Arm, Hand

16 Live PDAs AOM-AC & CEUs Category 1 pending

Low Back and Pelvic Girdle

16 Live PDAs AOM-AC & CEUs Category 1 pending Day 1: Anatomy, History and Physical Exam Clinical Anatomy of the Core: muscles, bones, joints, discs, neurology, kinematic chains, and the jing-jin ("sinew" or myofascial tracts) History-taking for the Core: Key Diagnostic Questions Day 2: Treating the Core Diagnosis and Pattern Identification