Part 2 of the webinar series will focus on the elbows and shoulders. We will delve into the TCM patterns associated with these areas and their unique manifestations. Participants will deepen their understanding of the meridian system, exploring the channels connected to the elbows and shoulders and their relationships with specific organs. By learning to recognize the signs and symptoms of these patterns, participants will be empowered to provide effective acupuncture treatments that address the root causes of elbow and shoulder-related conditions. Through comprehensive case discussions and practical demonstrations, we will enhance participants' ability to apply acupuncture techniques, select appropriate points, and employ adjunctive therapies for optimal patient outcomes.
By the end of this two-part webinar series, participants will have acquired a comprehensive understanding of Acupuncture Theories & Techniques for the Upper Extremity. They will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to assess and treat patients presenting with conditions affecting the fingers, wrists, elbows, and shoulders using acupuncture and TCM principles. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or new to the field, this webinar series offers a valuable opportunity to expand your expertise and enhance patient care.
Don't miss out on this engaging webinar series that combines theoretical foundations, practical applications, and clinical insights into Acupuncture Theories & Techniques for the Upper Extremity. Register now and join us on this educational journey toward improving patient outcomes and advancing your acupuncture practice.
Acupuncture Theories & Techniques for Upper Extremity Part II
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Minnesota Acupuncture Association, Board Member, Vice-President
Dr. Angie's focus is in modern acupuncture techniques for muscle/nerve conditions, pain management, internal conditions, and cancer support. By combining her years of training in the healthcare industry, sports science, and specialized training in Zhengzhou, China, she is able to integrate Chinese medicine with her Western medical background to provide well-rounded patient care.
Dr. Angie's approach to patient care is to complement Western medicine with her Eastern medicine training. She regards emotional wellbeing, sleep, exercise, and nutrition as important factors in the general healing processes of the body.