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Follow Whitfield Reaves—the author of The Acupuncture Handbook of Sports Injuries and Pain—in this 18 part series on the diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of common sports injuries.
Whitfield Reaves explains the Sports Medicine treatment techniques used for Hamstring strain.
Whitfield Reaves reviews the diagnosis, assessment, and treatment techniques used for Shin Splints.
Whitfield Reaves discusses the local and distal points used for Achilles Tendonitis, including a technique “threading the tendon.”
Whitfield Reaves covers the assessment and treatment of shoulder pain that is caused by supraspinatous tendonitis.
Whitfield Reaves demonstrates the treatment of Qi and Blood Stagnation in the infraspinatous muscle.
Whitfield Reaves discusses the different methods used in treating Frozen Shoulder.
Whitfield Reaves discusses the treatment and protocols used for treating Bicepital Tendonitis.
Whitfield Reaves tackles the complexity of the anatomical structure that makes it difficult for needling for Tennis Elbow.
Janice Walton-Hadlock discusses the importance of determining the exact location of disharmony found in Channel Qi.
In this 2-part course, Elisabeth Rochat will cover the fundamental concepts of the Extraordinary Meridians and provide an in-depth look at the meaning, history, and contexts of these points.
Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee explains the extraordinary meridians: Chongmai, Daimai, Yin and Yang Qiaomai, Yin and Yang Weimai.
Dr. Yair Maimon explains the importance and special use of HT-9 (Heart-9).
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.
Dan Lobash explains the major aspects of the Four KHT Micro-Meridians: Lung, Large Intestine, Spleen, and Stomach.
Dan Lobash explains the major aspects of the Four KHT Micro-Meridians: Heart, Small Intestine, Kidney, and Urinary Bladder.