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Insomnia: TCM Experts Share their Unique Strategies for Treating Insomnia

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Insomnia: TCM Experts Share their Unique Strategies for Treating Insomniaimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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ICCM 2021

Five TCM experts share their unique strategies for treating insomnia.

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: Treating Insomnia with UAT: Using Saam 4 Needles and I Ching Patterns to treat sleeping disorders

  • Understand the meridian clock and the transition from daytime to night time
  • Be able to apply 2 Saam patterns for sleep problems
  • Be able to apply 2 I Ching Ba Gua patterns for sleep patterns
  • Understand how to differentiate between the 4 patterns of the course

 
Part 2: Insomnia and the Modern World Diagnosis and Acupuncture strategies

  • Understand the Western physiology of sleep
  • Understand the Health consequences of insomnia
  • Understand the Chinese energetics of sleep
  • Learn the primary acupuncture points for insomnia

 
Part 3: The Yang of Sleep: Using the Yang Qiao to Treat Insomnia

  • Participants will review good sleep hygiene to reduce external stimuli.
  • Participants will learn the pathway points and functions of the Yang Qiao.
  • Participants will explore treatment strategies for the Yang Qiao & insomnia.
  • Participants will learn points that open the Pericardium loop to free emotional constraint and allows the Wei qi to internalize at night.

 
Part 4: Treatment of Insomnia with Classical Formulas

  • To learn the basic single mechanism for insomnia
  • To differentiate the single mechanism into Yang vs Yin insomnia
  • To differentiate most common types of insomnia in both Yang and Yin categories
  • To differentiate insomnia from other related issues

To grasp key principles and the herbal formulas that go with those principles
 
 
 
Part 5: A Five Spirits Approach to Treating Insomnia and Anxiety

  • Understand of insomnia and anxiety through the lens of wushen
  • Deepen their understanding of the role of the blood as the yin matrix of the soul and spirit and the treatment of deficient blood from a Five Spirits perspective
  • Understand the Heart monarch’s role in regulating sleep and dreams as described in classical texts
  • Learn specific points as well as adjunct treatments to treat these conditions
  • Learn sleep meditation and breathing practices to support their patients in developing better sleep patterns
D7 Presenter: 
Hamid D. Montakab
Jonathan Shubs
Lorie Dechar
Sharon Weizenbaum
Yvonne Farrell

Insomnia: TCM Experts Share their Unique Strategies for Treating Insomnia - Distance Education

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Insomnia: TCM Experts Share their Unique Strategies for Treating Insomnia
CTCMA; 8 CEU, Category B3 - AACMA: 8 CPD points allocated
NCCAOM 553-683; 6.5 PDA AOM-AC, 1.5 PDA AOM-CH - Illinois (225.000020) 8 CEU
Texas CAE00011; 6.5 CAE GEN, 1.5 HERB - Mass. 6.5 CORE, 1.5 HERB
Florida 50-8743; 20-763095; 8.0 GEN - California 591; Cat 1, 8.0 CEU

UAT (Unified Acupuncture Theory) Clinical Applications: Sa’am 4 Needles 5 Elements Using Abdominal Palpation - Distance Education

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Course Title UAT (Unified Acupuncture Theory) Clinical Applications: Sa’am 4 Needles 5 Elements Using Abdominal Palpation
CTCMA; 7 CEU, Category B3 - AACMA: 7 CPD points allocated
NCCAOM 553-604, 7.0 AOM-AC - IIllinois (225.000020) 7 CEU
Florida 50-8743; 20-689785; 7.0 GEN - California 591: 7 CEU Cat 1
Texas Provider CAE00011; 7 CAE GEN - Alberta CAAA 7.0 CEU
TCM Fachverband Schweiz Label no. 20278 (Group 1)

UAT (Unified Acupuncture Theory) Clinical Applications: Sa’am 4 Needles 5 Elements Using Abdominal Palpation

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04-07-2020 through 04-07-2021
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UAT (Unified Acupuncture Theory) Clinical Applications: Sa’am 4 Needles 5 Elements Using Abdominal Palpationimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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Verify your diagnosis, use few points, get instant feedback on the efficacy of your treatment, have the patient feel involved in their own treatment.

Using dynamic 5 element theory and simple needle technics you can get excellent clinical results.This course uses Sa’am’s Korean 4 Needle acupuncture method to tonify, disperse, warm, or cool any meridian in the body.

By only using 4 needles (2 on each side of the body) the practitioner can initiate very powerful changes in the body.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the affected element and chose the correct points to treat the affected element;
  • Use abdominal palpation to diagnose and get instant feedback;
  • Understand the interactive nature of the 5 elements and how to use them;
  • Be able to tonify, disperse, warm or cool a meridian using the 5 element system.
D7 Presenter: 
Jonathan Shubs

Meridian Conversion Therapy: the Treatment of Anxiety and Insomnia Using Balance Method and Unified Acupuncture Theory

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04-06-2018 to 06-30-2019
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California 591; 8 CEU - Florida 50-8743; 634442, 8.0 GEN
NCCAOM 553-491; 8 PDA (AOM-AC)
Alberta CAAA; 8 CEU - NZRA; 8 CEU - Massachusetts; 8 CEU GEN
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Meridian Conversion Therapy: the Treatment of Anxiety and Insomnia Using Balance Method and Unified Acupuncture Theoryimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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This course creates 12 distinct treatment patterns based on the I Ching Ba Gua, Unified Acupuncture Theory, and the balance method. These 12 patterns can treat an array of internal functional problems with a particular focus on anxiety and insomnia. These 12 patterns are based on three main concepts - dynamic interactions, static interactions, and the meridian code. The combination of these three concepts together enable treatment on many levels, including-musculoskeletal problems, functional affections, internal imbalances, and psychological and emotional states.

Goals

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to

  • Identify and apply dynamic interactions.
  • Identify and apply static interactions.
  • Understand the principles behind the meridian code and how to apply the Guas to the individual meridians.
  • Know the symptomology and indications for each of the 12 patterns.
  • Understand the three main paradigms in which the 12 patterns are created.
  1. The six levels of YIN and Yang.
  2. The three levels of UAT model.
  • The three relationships of the midday midnight coupled with the entry exit relationship.
  • Know and be able to create the treatment of each of the 12 patterns using eight needles in total.
  • Understand and be able to apply the six patterns used for vertical meridian diagnosis in pain or other affections of the meridians.
  • Understand and be able to apply the six patterns used in insomnia, anxiety and depression.

Understand and be able to apply the four patterns for external attacks.

 

Course Outline

 

  • General introduction + Introduction to UAT model
  • Summary of dynamic interactions, static interactions and meridian code 
  • Introduction to the 12 patterns
  • The six levels of the meridians 
  • Three levels of UAT model 
  • Midday midnight with entry exit points 
  • Yang Ming with midday midnight 
  • Tai Yang with midday midnight 
  • Shao Yang with midday midnight 
  • Six patterns related to placement of illness on vertical lines
  • Six patterns for depression, insomnia and anxiety
  • Summary of theory 
D7 Presenter: 
Jonathan Shubs

Meridian Conversion Therapy: the Treatment of Anxiety and Insomnia Using Balance Method and Unified Acupuncture Theory

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Meridian Conversion Therapy: the Treatment of Anxiety and Insomnia Using Balance Method and Unified Acupuncture Theory
CTCMA Category B3, 8.0 - AAMA 8.0 Points allocated
Texas Provider CAE00011; 8 GEN CAE - Alberta CAAA 8.0 CEU - AcNZ 8.0 CEU
Florida 50-8743; 20-634442; 8.0 CEU GEN
NCCAOM 553-491; 8 PDA AOM-BIO - Massachusetts; 8 CEU
IIllinois (225.000020) 8 CEU
TCM Fachverband Schweiz Label no. 20274 (Group 1)

The Treatment of Pain and Other Ailments with the Unified Acupuncture Theory

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The Treatment of Pain and Other Ailments with the Unified Acupuncture Theory
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NCCAOM 553-418; 6 PDA AOM-BIO - Massachusetts; 6 CEU
Texas Provider CAE00011; 6 - Illinois (225.000020) 6 CEU
Alberta CAAA; 6 CEU - AcNZ 6 CPD
Florida 50-8743; 20-561873, 6 GEN - California 591: 6 CEU Cat 1
CONO Approved 6.0 Category A
TCM Fachverband Schweiz Label no. 20277 (Group 1)

Treating Thoracic and Facial Problems with Entry and Exit Points

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Treating Thoracic and Facial Problems with Entry and Exit Points
CTCMA; 3 CEU, Category B3 - AACMA: 3 AACMA CPD
NCCAOM 553-373; 3 PDA AOM-AC - California 591 - 3 CEU (category 1)
Alberta CAAA; 3 CEU - NZRA; 3 CEU - Massachusetts; 3 CEU (GEN)
Texas Provider CAE00011; 3 CAE (GEN) - Illinois (225.000020); 3 CEU
AACMA: 3 CPD points allocated
Florida 50-8743; 20-525667; 3 GEN
TCM Fachverband Schweiz Label no. 20276 (Group 1)

Jonathan Shubs

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My acupuncture adventure starts when I was 12 years old. Having seen my parents undergo three hip operations, 2 cancer treatments, and being diagnosed as diabetic in a period of three years I was confronted at this early age with the need to find a better way to help people live a healthy and full life. The symptomatic treatments that my parents underwent brought me to the realisation that a holistic approach to health would be more beneficial. At the same time being confronted with ones parents being in ill health also leads to questioning of ones understanding of the world around us.

The Treatment of Pain and Other Ailments with the Unified Acupuncture Theory

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11-01-2016 through 11-01-2021
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The Treatment of Pain and Other Ailments with the Unified Acupuncture Theoryimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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Treat pain in anywhere in the body with distal needling. This course is based on the article “The Foundations of Channel Theory” printed in the Journal of Chinese Medicine in September 2012 (issue 100) and years of studying with Dr Tan and his Balance Method.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Assess pain, orthopaedic conditions and physical complaints using meridian theory and devise an appropriate treatment plan
  • Understand classical empirical point indications in a logical non-empirical way.
  • Gain a different understanding of point descriptions by placing the focus on channel theory and understanding meridians
  • Enhance their practice by solidifying their prognostic skills based on meridian assessment

Outline

  • Introduction and theory of meridian interactions
  • I Ching and Ling Shu references
  • Breakdown of the six systems
  • Presented using the 24 hour clock model
  • Presentation of the Unified Acupuncture Theory and how it is used
  • Step by step logical construction of model
  • Visual representation of the model in action and Reasoning behind the model
  • Introduction to imaging and mirroring
  • Basic image and mirror of the body
  • Reversed basic image and mirror of the body
  • Demonstration of model working in demonstration
D7 Presenter: 
Jonathan Shubs