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An Introduction to New Scar Therapy Treatments: Alleviating the Long-Term Effects of Injury/Surgery

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An Introduction to New Scar Therapy Treatments: Alleviating the Long-Term Effects of Injury/Surgery
Sun, 03/18/2018
CTCMA; 4 CEU, Category B2 - AACMA: 4 CPD points allocated
NCCAOM 553-487; 4 PDA AOM-AC - Florida 50-8743; 20-628872; 4 GEN
Texas Provider CAE00011; 4 CAE - California 591; 4 CEU, Category 1
Illinois (225.000020) 4 CEU - Massachusetts (4 GEN)
Alberta CAAA; 4 CEU - NZRA; 4 CEU

An Introduction to New Scar Therapy Treatments: “Alleviating the Long-Term Effects of Injury/Surgery” - Distance

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An Introduction to New Scar Therapy Treatments: Alleviating the Long-Term Effects of Injury/Surgery
CTCMA; 4 CEU, Category B2 - AACMA: 4 CPD points allocated
NCCAOM 553-487; 4 PDA AOM-AC - Florida 50-8743; 20-628872; 4 GEN
Texas Provider CAE00011; 4 CAE - California 591; 4 CEU, Category 1
Illinois (225.000020) 4 CEU - Massachusetts (4 GEN)
Alberta CAAA; 4 CEU - NZRA; 4 CEU

An Introduction to New Scar Therapy Treatments: “Alleviating the Long-Term Effects of Injury/Surgery”

NCCAOM Details
553-488
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01-08-2018 through 01-08-2019
$99.95
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California
Category 1
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An Introduction to New Scar Therapy Treatments: “Alleviating the Long-Term Effects of Injury/Surgery”immediately after purchasefor 2 years

Patients continue to suffer from chronic pain and disability from the residual impact of scar tissue formation long after the initial trauma or surgery. While Western medicine can be effective in addressing the impact of acute trauma, there are few remedies for treating the long-term effects of scars.

Objectives

 

The participants will learn the following:

  • The Western medical explanation of scar therapy from a Chinese medicine perspective
  • To recognize and treat different types of scars
  • The physiological factors that affect the healing process and the side effects of adhesions
  • Topical herbal and other applications to enhance scar healing
  • Protocols for internal and external scarring
  • How trauma and injury impact the patient’s cellular memory

 

 

Outline

    1. An introduction to scar therapy: Western and Chinese medicine perspectives on scar formation
    2. Benefits and contraindications of scar therapy treatments
    3. Types of scars: hypertrophic, keloids, atrophic, etc
    4. Q&A
    1. Physiological factors that affect healing
    2. Scar imbalances: non-elastic tissue
    3. Localized adhesions pull on muscles and organs
    4. Cellular memory and prolonged trauma
    5. Scars as a constant reminder of the initial damage to the body
    6. Examples of the side effects of scar adhesions
    7. Q&A
    1. Scar facts and guidelines
    2. The art of scar palpation
    3. How to treat internal vs. external scarring
    4. Q&A
    1. Acupuncture and other treatment modalities
    2. How to recognize and treat different types of scars – burns, stretch marks, acne scars, vaccination sites, face lifts, hysterectomy, Caesarian section, heart surgery, tubal ligation, etc.
    3. Scar photographs and demonstrations
D7 Presenter: 
Mary Elizabeth Wakefield and MichelAngelo

An Introduction to New Scar Therapy Treatments: “Alleviating the Long-Term Effects of Injury/Surgery” - Live

Please login or register to take this course.
Live
An Introduction to New Scar Therapy Treatments: Alleviating the Long-Term Effects of Injury/Surgery
Sun, 03/18/2018
CTCMA; 4 CEU, Category B2 - AACMA: 4 CPD points allocated
NCCAOM 553-487; 4 PDA AOM-AC - Florida 50-8743; 20-628872; 4 GEN
Texas Provider CAE00011; 4 CAE - California 591; 4 CEU, Category 1
Illinois (225.000020) 4 CEU - Massachusetts (4 GEN)
Alberta CAAA; 4 CEU - NZRA; 4 CEU

Constitutional Facial Acupuncture™: The New Protocols

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Constitutional Facial Acupuncture: The New Protocols
NCCAOM 553-376; 4 PDA AOM-AC - Massachusetts; 4 CEU
CTCMA; 4 CEU, Category B3 - Alberta CAAA; 4 CEU - NZRA; 4 CEU
Texas Provider CAE00011; 4 CAE - Illinois (225.000020) 4 CEU
California 591, 4 CEU Cat 1 - Florida 50-8743; 20-553914, 4 CEU
AACMA: 4 CPD points allocated

Mary Elizabeth Wakefield and MichelAngelo

Mary Elizabeth Wakefield and MichelAngelo

Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, author of the book, Constitutional Facial Acupuncture (Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, 2014) is internationally acknowledged as the leading authority on facial acupuncture. An author and teacher, she is a practitioner who has created innovative treatment protocols that emphasize a constitutional approach to this modality.

Constitutional Facial Acupuncture™: The New Protocols

NCCAOM Details
553-377
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05-17-2016 to 05-17-2018
$99.95
Price: $99.95
NCCAOM 553-378; 4 PDA AOM-BIO - Massachusetts; 4 CEU
CTCMA; 4 CEU, Category B3 - Alberta CAAA; 4 CEU - NZRA; 4 CEU
Texas Provider CAE00011; 4 CAE - Illinois (225.000020) 4 CEU
California 591, 4 CEU Cat 1 - Florida 50-8743; 20-553914, 4 CEU
AACMA: 4 CPD points allocated
Content included with this product.
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Constitutional Facial Acupuncture™: The New Protocolsimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
California
Category 1
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This constitutionally-based treatment protocol recognizes the face is the most emotive part of the body. It uses gentle origin/insertion techniques to address muscle imbalances relating to emotional expression, as well as lines, wrinkles and sagging tendencies. Three levels of treatments —Jing, Ying and Wei — and the three Shen scalp points support the facial protocols. This information is well organized and practical, and the treatments can be tailor-made for each patient.

Objectives:

  • Learn facial protocols based upon origin and insertion muscle techniques;
  • Understand the benefits of, and contraindications for, facial acupuncture;
  • Apply three types of constitutional treatments based upon the Jing, Ying and Wei levels;
  • Integrate three Shen scalp points into these protocols

 

Outline

  1. Introduction to Constitutional Facial Acupuncture™: The New Protocols, based upon Mary Elizabeth Wakefield’s book, Constitutional Facial Acupuncture (Elsevier UK, 2014)
    • “Changing the Face of Aging”
    • Renewal versus Rejuvenation
    • Two archetypes of timeless beauty
    • Q&A
  2. Constitutional treatments: the Jing, Ying and Wei levels
    • Jing: summary of the Eight Extraordinary Meridians
    • Ying: Japanese and TCM indications and needling techniques
      • oxygen point
      • food poisoning and food allergy point
      • moistening and calming point
    •  Wei: the Wakefield point
    • Q&A
  3. Introduction to the face as the most emotive part of the body
    • “The Shen leads the Qi”
    • Benefits and contraindications
    • General rules and treatment protocol
    • Q&A
  4. The Facial Landscape
    • Origin and insertion of the facial muscles Facial needling protocols with diagrams
    • The grin: risorius muscle
    • Sunken cheeks: buccinator muscle
    • Crow’s feet: temporoparietalis muscle
    • The frown: corrugator muscle
    • Three Shen scalp points for psychospiritual support
D7 Presenter: 
Mary Elizabeth Wakefield and MichelAngelo