This one of a kind program preserves the core values unique to Eastern and Western Medicine by analyzing Chinese medical classics, while citing peer-reviewed biomedical research articles.
Watch a one-hour webinar, a preview of his Neuro-Meridian Integrative Acupuncture approach from his medigogy.com lecture, below:
The classical point location taught here is based on descriptions from the Ling Shu and Jia Yi Jing (Systematic Classic), which often differs from modern TCM standardized locations. This program will reveal the seamless overlap between classical point locations and the detailed location of peripheral nerve trunks and its branches, whereas many modern locations have drifted away from peripheral nerves as point targets. Together we will rediscover the original intention behind the LingShu and Jia Yi Jing as detailed records of precise locations for stimulating specific nerve branches.
Learning the peripheral neuro-anatomy of classical point locations deepens one’s understanding of channel theory. By developing an appreciation for an integrative Neuro-Meridians concept, students learn to apply an integrative strategy to treat a wide variety of neuro-muscular dysfunctions commonly seen in clinical practice.
- Understand the similarities between the anatomy of acu-points from classical and biomedical source for the Upper Extremity.
- Understand the nervous system to refine intention and needle precision.
- Learn the reproducible DeQi response for each Upper Extremity point.
- Learn to treat common Upper Extremity neuro-muscular conditions using an elegant S.M.A.R.T. treatment plan (Sensory, Motor, Autonomic, Radiculopathy & Trigger)