Class Descriptions

Ortho Sport Acupuncture: Assessment and Treatment of Upper Extremity

This course utilizes biomedical physical assessment techniques, anatomically significant acupuncture points, and needle techniques to assist in the treatment of sports injuries and common pain patterns of the upper extremity seen in the acupuncture clinic. Assessment techniques will be discussed and practiced to help the participants understand the anatomical significance of the injuries, increase their understanding of biomedical language, and help them understand when a referral to a medical doctor is necessary.

Ortho Sport Acupuncture: Assessment and Treatment of Lower Extremity

This course utilizes biomedical physical assessment techniques anatomically significant acupuncture points, and needle techniques to assist in the treatment of sports injuries and common pain patterns of the lower extremity which are seen in the acupuncture clinic. Assessment techniques will be discussed and practiced to help the participants understand the anatomical significance of the injuries, increase their understanding of biomedical language, and help them understand when a referral to a medical doctor is necessary.

Ortho Sport Acupuncture: Assessment and Treatment of Neck, Back, and Hips

This course utilizes biomedical physical assessment techniques anatomically significant acupuncture points, and needle techniques to assist in the treatment of sports injuries and common pain patterns of the neck, back, and hips seen in the acupuncture clinic. Assessment techniques will be discussed and practiced to help the participants understand the anatomical significance of the injuries, increase their understanding of biomedical language, and help them understand when a referral to a medical doctor is necessary.

Orthopedic Sports Acupuncture: Introduction to injury assessment

This class is focused on the assessment of common sports injuries. The objective of this course is to utilize biomedical physical assessment techniques to increase the understanding of common sports injuries pain patterns seen in the acupuncture clinic. Assessment techniques will be discussed and practiced to help the participants understand the anatomical significance of the injuries, increase their understanding of biomedical language, and help them to understand when a referral to a medical doctor is necessary.

Sports Acupuncture: Shoulder Anatomy

This class is focused on muscular anatomy, palpation, and needling of the shoulder. It is designed for acupuncturists who would like to strengthen their understanding of muscles and how they relate to chinese medicine. We will cover location, function, how to palpate (if possible), related meridians, trigger point referral patterns, and safety concerns for each muscle. For select muscles we will also demonstrate and practice needling.

Orthopedic Sports Acupuncture: Shoulder Assessment and Treatment

This class is focused on the assessment and treatment of the shoulder. The objective of this course is to utilize biomedical physical assessment techniques and anatomically significant acupuncture points to assist in the treatment of sports injuries and common pain patterns seen in the acupuncture clinic. Assessment techniques will be discussed and practiced to help the participants understand the anatomical significance of the injuries, increase their understanding of biomedical language, and help them to understand when a referral to a medical doctor is necessary.

Sports Acupuncture: Hip Anatomy

This class is focused on muscular anatomy, palpation, and needling of the hip. It is designed for acupuncturists who would like to strengthen their understanding of muscles and how they relate to Chinese Medicine. We will cover location, function, how to palpate (if possible), related meridians, trigger point referral patterns, and safety concerns for each muscle. For select muscles we will also demonstrate and practice needling.

Orthopedic Sports Acupuncture: Hip Assessment and Treatment

This class is focused on the assessment and treatment of the hip. The objective of this course is to utilize biomedical physical assessment techniques and anatomically significant acupuncture points to assist in the treatment of sports injuries and common pain patterns seen in the acupuncture clinic. Assessment techniques will be discussed and practiced to help the participants understand the anatomical significance of the injuries, increase their understanding of biomedical language, and help them to understand when a referral to a medical doctor is necessary.

Sports Acupuncture: Upper Extremity Anatomy

This class is focused on muscular anatomy, palpation, and needling of the upper extremity. It is designed for acupuncturists who would like to strengthen their understanding of muscles and how they relate to chinese medicine. We will cover location, function, how to palpate (if possible), related meridians, trigger point referral patterns, and safety concerns for each muscle. For select muscles we will also demonstrate and practice needling.

Sports Acupuncture: Lower Extremity Anatomy

This class is focused on muscular anatomy, palpation, and needling of the lower extremity. It is designed for acupuncturists who would like to strengthen their understanding of muscles and how they relate to chinese medicine. We will cover location, function, how to palpate (if possible), related meridians, trigger point referral patterns, and safety concerns for each muscle. For select muscles we will also demonstrate and practice needling.

Orthopedic Sports Acupuncture: Knee and Elbow Assessment and Treatment

This class is focused on the assessment and treatment of the knee and elbow. The objective of this course is to utilize biomedical physical assessment techniques and anatomically significant acupuncture points to assist in the treatment of sports injuries and common pain patterns seen in the acupuncture clinic. Assessment techniques will be discussed and practiced to help the participants understand the anatomical significance of the injuries, increase their understanding of biomedical language, and help them to understand when a referral to a medical doctor is necessary.

Orthopedic Sports Acupuncture: Distal Aspect of Arm and Leg Assessment and Treatment

This class is focused on the assessment and treatment of the distal aspect of the arm and leg. The objective of this course is to utilize biomedical physical assessment techniques and anatomically significant acupuncture points to assist in the treatment of sports injuries and common pain patterns seen in the acupuncture clinic. Assessment techniques will be discussed and practiced to help the participants understand the anatomical significance of the injuries, increase their understanding of biomedical language, and help them to understand when a referral to a medical doctor is necessary.

Sports Acupuncture: Spine and Torso Anatomy

This class is focused on muscular anatomy, palpation, and needling of the spine and torso. It is designed for acupuncturists who would like to strengthen their understanding of muscles and how they relate to chinese medicine. We will cover location, function, how to palpate (if possible), related meridians, trigger point referral patterns, and safety concerns for each muscle. For select muscles we will also demonstrate and practice needling

Orthopedic Sports Acupuncture: Spine and Torso Assessment and Treatment

This class is focused on the assessment and treatment of the spine and torso. The objective of this course is to utilize biomedical physical assessment techniques and anatomically significant acupuncture points to assist in the treatment of sports injuries and common pain patterns seen in the acupuncture clinic. Assessment techniques will be discussed and practiced to help the participants understand the anatomical significance of the injuries, increase their understanding of biomedical language, and help them to understand when a referral to a medical doctor is necessary.

Sports Acupuncture: Neck and Head Anatomy

This class is focused on muscular anatomy, palpation, and needling of the neck and head. It is designed for acupuncturists who would like to strengthen their understanding of muscles and how they relate to chinese medicine. We will cover location, function, how to palpate (if possible), related meridians, trigger point referral patterns, and safety concerns for each muscle. For select muscles we will also demonstrate and practice needling.

Orthopedic Sports Acupuncture: Neck Assessment and Treatment

This class is focused on the assessment and treatment of the neck. The objective of this course is to utilize biomedical physical assessment techniques and anatomically significant acupuncture points to assist in the treatment of sports injuries and common pain patterns seen in the acupuncture clinic. Assessment techniques will be discussed and practiced to help the participants understand the anatomical significance of the injuries, increase their understanding of biomedical language, and help them to understand when a referral to a medical doctor is necessary.