Arya Nielsen 3-Day Pass (Practicum + Sat/Sun Lecture)

$700.00

Dates: April 5-7th, 2019
Time: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 8:00AM-5:00PM
Location: Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia City Avenue, 4100 Presidential Boulevard Philadelphia PA 19131
Cost: $700*
Open to: Licensed Acupuncturists**
Credits: 21 CEU’s***
*See Terms and Conditions for details

**Participants in the Gua Sha Practicum must have completed or be engaged with the online modules of the Gua sha Certificate Course (www.prodseminars.com/guasha). A discount for the online modules will be offered for participants who sign up for the course in preparation for this Practicum. Arya can be contacted by email at arya@guasha.com or at her website http://www.guasha.com/.

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Description

Access to the following presentations:

  • Friday- Gua Sha Practicum (Arya Nielsen, PhD)*
  • Saturday – Acupuncture Therapy for Pain, Performance, and Injury (Arya Nielsen, PhD)**
  • Sunday-  Concussions and Traumatic Brain Injuries/Postsurgical cervical and lumbar treatment patterns and acupuncture strategies (Clayton Shiu, PhD)

Additional Info:

*The Friday practicum is the hands-on portion of the Certification Course with Dr. Nielsen.

*Participants in the Gua Sha Practicum must have completed or be engaged with the online modules of the Gua sha Certificate Course (www.prodseminars.com/guasha). A discount for the online modules will be offered for participants who sign up for the course in preparation for this Practicum. Arya can be contacted by email at arya@guasha.com or at her website http://www.guasha.com/.

*Clinical indications for Gua sha are discussed as well as guidelines for safe and adept application of the technique. Clinical indications include signs and symptoms as well as how to palpate to confirm sha is present and Gua sha is indicated. How to position a patient, how to position oneself, how to grip a Gua sha tool, what direction to press-stroke and how are described. Details and practice of communication skills are as important as good hands for effective Gua sha. CDC compliant safety standards are reviewed for Gua sha instruments.

**Acupuncture therapy includes palpation, acupuncture needling, Gua sha, Tui na, extended auricular therapy, and the paradigmatic perspective of traditional East Asian medicine (moxa and e-stim not included in this lecture).

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