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Hand moxibustion is a convenient and effective method of treatment to use in the clinic and at home. Dan Lobash shows that no matter what type of practitioner you are, or how experienced, hand moxibustion offers something for everyone!
In this 13-part series, Dan Lobash will lead you through the advanced techniques of KHT – Korean Hand Therapy. With over 16 hours of material, you will have an in-depth knowledge of the more challenging concepts, applications, and practices of KHT.
In this 12-part series, Dan Lobash will lead you through the basics of KHT – Korean Hand Therapy. With over 12 hours of material, you will have a more thorough understanding of the basic concepts, theories, and methods of KHT.
Dan Lobash describes in depth the Yin-Yang Pulse diagnosis theory and its application in KHT.
Dan Lobash dives in deeper into the theory, practice and applications of KHT. He also discusses the comparison between Micro and Body Meridians.
Dan Lobash explains the 7 steps in how to make an effective treatment plan in KHT.
Dan Lobash focuses on the diagnosis and treatment methods of the Three Constitutions in KHT.
Dan Lobash introduces Korean Hand Therapy and the history and applications of this therapy.
Dan Lobash introduces Micro-system combinations, ECIWO, and Su Jok Micro-systems used in KHT.
Dan Lobash provides the guidelines to get patients involved in self-care treatments using KHT.
Dan Lobash covers the various diagnosis and treatment methods used in KHT.
Dan Lobash pinpoints the locations used in Korean Hand Therapy by “mapping the body on the hands.”
Dan Lobash explains the major aspects of the Four KHT Micro-Meridians: Lung, Large Intestine, Spleen, and Stomach.
Dan Lobash discusses types of hand stimulation, as well as instructions for patients for self-care treatments.
Dan Lobash explains the major aspects of the Four KHT Micro-Meridians: Heart, Small Intestine, Kidney, and Urinary Bladder.
Dan Lobash explores the use of metal pellets, stipers and the benefits they have. As well, he explores Moxa protocols for acute and chronic conditions.