Course venue: CCM Nord, Hamburg – An AGTCM-affiliated Chinese Medicine & acupuncture school
Please register directly with CCM Nord via this link: www.ccm-nord.de
JASON ROBERTSON IN GERMANY
Here is a short introduction from Jason Robertson filmed in Seattle:
The seminar is aimed at those who have already completed a basic course in practical meridian palpation and have already gained clinical experience with this method. This follow-up course is a continuation and deepening of the material. We encourage course participants to ask their own patients to come into the course for teaching purposes. Jason Robertson will examine and diagnose these patients using meridian palpation.
He will comment on his approach step by step to give the participants an accurate insight into his findings, his differential-diagnostic considerations and his considerations for the treatment.
Subsequently, the treatment strategy and the feasible point combinations for the first and further treatments are discussed. Needle techniques according to Dr. Wang are shown and applied.
Participants will have the opportunity to expand and refine their palpation skills and integrate them into their very own treatment approaches. The correct point location according to Dr. med. Wang, who may differ from the description in the usual textbooks, is shown and practiced. Dr. Wang’s TOP 20 acupuncture points are carefully located.
During the 3 days Jason Robertson will talk about new topics. Dr. Wang’s point combinations, or the use of cleft and luo points in practice. He will also teach techniques for balancing the sacroiliac joint. The techniques presented serve as the basis for the treatment of many musculoskeletal disorders.
Basic knowledge of acupuncture u. Chinese medicine.
Basic knowledge of Applied Channel Theory / palpating the meridians.
All participants receive a certificate of attendance from the Association for Classical Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine e.V. (AGTCM).
Jason Robertson – together with his teacher, Professor Wang Ju-Yi (王 居 易), the co-author of „Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine“, Eastland Press – has studied Chinese for 25 years and studied Chinese medicine in Chengdu and Beijing. He is currently working in his private practice in Seattle, WA, and is a faculty member of the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine. Jason Robertson teaches worldwide. Please visit www.channelpalpation.org for more info.
Aus- und Weiterbildungszentrum für Chinesische Medizin
22nd – 24th March 2019
Friday 10:00 to 17:00
Saturday 09:00 to 18:00
Sunday 09:00 to 16:00
AGTCM Credit Hours: 23
Costs: 570 €
AGTCM members: 456 €
TCM Fachverband-Schweiz members: 513€
This course is recognized as a CPD course with the TCM Fachverband – Schweiz (the Association of TCM professionals in Switzerland).
Register by 15.02.2019