CAC0422 - Chiropractic Acupuncture Certificate #4 of 4: Musculoskeletal Acupuncture with Motor Point Dry Needling, Cupping, Adjunctive Patterns 2, Internal Disorders & Moxibustion, Acupuncture Techniques, Gua Sha, Review and Final Exams

This is session four of the four session program. We will cover Musculoskeletal Acupuncture with Motor Point Dry Needling, Cupping, Adjunctive Patterns 2, Internal Disorders & Moxibustion, Acupuncture Techniques, Gua Sha, Review and Final Exams. Here is a detailed outline for the session. Please note times may vary.

Friday(4 x 50 minutes = 200 minutes (4 CE hours)

        4:00-4:30PM:  Quiz administration from previouscourse material administration and review of answers (30 mins) >75% passrate = 3 extra points on the written final

        4:30-5:40PM:  A review of the meridians emphasizingspecific points for the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. (70 minutes = 2CE Hours)

        5:40 - 6:20 PM - Break

        6:20-8:00PM:  Cupping/Ba Gua usage, techniques, types andcontraindications (100 minutes = 2 CE Hours)

Saturday (12 x 50 minutes = 600 minutes (12 CE Hours)

        8:00-9:40AM: Extensive supervised laboratorypracticum to provide the attendee hands-on time to continue practicing specificpoint location, along with needle insertion and cupping procedures. (100minutes = 2 CE Hours)

        9:40 -10:00AM:  Break

        10:00 -11:40AM:  Continue Extensive supervisedlaboratory practicum to provide the attendee hands-on time to continuepracticing specific point location, along with needle insertion and cuppingprocedures. (100 minutes = 2 CE Hours)

        11:40 AM -12:40 PM:  Lunch

        12:40-2:20PM:  A systematic approach to the treatment ofinternal disorders with acupuncture: insomnia, constipation, diarrhea,menstrual irregularities etc. (100 minutes = 2 CE Hours)

        2:20 -2:40PM - Break

        2:40 -6:00PM: Moxibustion usage, techniques, types and contraindications. A review ofthe meridians emphasizing specific points for the treatment of internaldisorders. Gua Sha - theory, uses, strokes and instrumentation commonly usedwith video demonstration identifying proper gua sha strokes, patient positionand uses. (200 minutes = 4 CE Hours)

        6:00 -6:20PM:  Break

        6:20 -8:00PM: (100 minutes = 2 CE Hours) Extensive supervised laboratory practicum toprovide the attendee with hands-on time to refine specific point location andneedle insertion including moxibustion techniques. 

 Sunday (9 x 50 minutes = 450 minutes (9 CE Hours)

        8:00-10:40AM: Comprehensive Acupuncture review inpreparation for final exam. (100 minutes=2 CE Hours)

        10:40-11:00AM:  Break

        11:00-12:40PM: Continue review in preparation for final exam. (100 minutes = 2 CEHours)

        12:40PM -1:40 PM:  Lunch

        1:40PM-4:00PM:  Final Written Examination. (140 minutes = 2.5 CE Hours)

         4:00-4:20PM:Break

        4:20PM-6:00PM:  Final Practical examination (140 minutes = 2.5 CE Hours)



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