Upper Limbs Musculoskeletal Pain – Pathology and Treatment by Acupuncture and Osteopathy
Acupuncture and osteopathic medicine are two effective techniques and they are synergistic in treating pain. This practical seminar teaches acupuncture practitioners to combine acupuncture and osteopathic techniques in their clinic on the first day after the seminar.
This course at a glance
8. – 9. Mai 2021
Fr. – So., 9:00–17:00
Dr. med. Umberto Mazzanti
Chiway Akademi, Unterer Graben 1, 8400 Winterthur
Musculoskeletal pain is one of the most frequent reasons for consultation in acupuncture clinics. Based on the experience of Dr. Umberto Mazzanti, Acupuncture and Osteopathic medicine are two effective techniques to treat pain that can be synergistically combined for even more effective treatments.
Often, pain is reported over a widespread area of a joint and accompanied by some joint-rigidity. In many instances, it is somewhat difficult to identify the exact acupuncture channel intersecting the musculoskeletal pain-area. Osteopathic manipulations aim to move joints back to their physiological position to reduce pain and limitation of movement. This assists in more clearly identifying the affected channel. This channel can then be treated by acupuncture.
This seminar has a large practical part. This ensures that acupuncture practitioners learn the actual clinical application of the discussed acupuncture and osteopathic techniques. Participants will be able to use the information and apply the teqniques immediately after the course.
Pathophysiology and Diagnosis of pain in TCM and Osteopathic medicine.
The crucial role of the Secondary Channels in Musculoskeletal pain.
Description of Muscle and Luo Channels: functions and methods of treatment
Musculoskeletal pain in the upper limbs: diagnosis and therapy by Acupuncture and Osteopathic Manipulations
The therapeutic spectrum includes shoulder pain, elbow pain and wrist pain.