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ICCM 2021

Five TCM experts share their unique strategies for treating neck & shoulder pain and rotator cuff issues.

This is part of the ICCM 2021 online conference. Videos and handouts become available March 1, 2021. Register before March to save on the early bird discounted rate. The online, on-demand lectures are released on March 1st.

 

Goals and Outlines

Part 1: Acupuncture and Gua Sha therapy for adhesive capsulitis frozen shoulder
1.     Familiarize a participant on research sources for acupuncture and frozen shoulder
2.     Detail steps in classical interactive acupuncture therapy session including assessing ROM, palpation, needling and Gua sha, repeat ROM. 
3.     Assessing treatment progress within a session
4.     Responsive treatments over time with patient activation to ‘thaw’ frozen shoulder
 
Part 2: Neuro-anatomical acupuncture for rotator cuff & shoulder girdle dysfunction

  1. Learn to analyze shoulder dysfunction based on trigger point, tendinopathy, hypertonicity and motor inhibition.  
  2. Learn to translate each of the 8 possible movement problems to muscle groups and associated nerves, as well as associated points. 
  3. Learn the needle technique, De Qi confirmation and electrical acupuncture strategy to target neuroanatomically precise points.
  4. Be confident in assessing and treating complex shoulder dysfunction.

 
Part 3: The treatment of frozen shoulder using dr tan balance method acupuncture

  1. Understand the basic of the balance method,
  2. Learn how to diagnose frozen shoulder.
  3. Transforming our diagnosis into a simple acupuncture treatment.
  4. Understand the balance method approach for shoulder problems.
  5. Know how to guide patients to do simple rehabilitation exercise.

 
Part 4: A Global Approach to Treating Shoulder Pain & Rotator Cuff Tears

  1. Students will understand the principles of treating sports injuries and orthopedic conditions of the shoulder and rotator cuff.
  2. Students will understand how and when to combine acupuncture tui na, herbal formulae (internal and external) and rehabilitative Qi Gong in treating sports injuries and orthopedic conditions of the shoulder and rotator cuff.
  3. Student will learn and understand the importance of adjunctive herbal medicines for treating the shoulder and rotator cuff.

 
Part 5: Master Tung’s Magic Points: Five Different Ways to Address Shao Yang Neck and Shoulder Pain

  1. Understand which points to choose for which type of Shao Yang neck and shoulder pain
  2. Understand how to use gua sha and cupping techniques for releasing spasms in the neck, the top of the shoulder and the upper back.
D7 Presenter: 
Adi Fromm
Arya Nielsen PhD
Poney Chiang
Susan Johnson
Tom Bisio

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Adi Fromm
Adi Fromm is the Director of the School of Chinese Medicine at Reidman College, Israel’s largest school of Chinese Medicine. He is responsible for all academic and pedagogical aspects of the four-year program. Adi is the former director of the Integrative Medicine Department at Assaf Ha Rofeh Medical Center (Shiräm), the first Department of Complementary Medicine founded in a hospital in Israel. Adi continues to teach the internship of orthopedics and internal medicine at the hospital.