Nine Essential Needling Theories to Increase Clinical Efficacy

$250.00 each Out of stock

Instructor: Andrew Nugent-Head

10 CEUs (NCCAOM and CAB Pending)

CAB Category 1

Pacific Center for Lifelong Learning: CEP 100

*Includes Acupuncture Demo

*Acupuncture demo recordings may have issues with the camera that may be distracting.

Course Description

The objective of this course is to teach the theories behind the physical mechanics necessary to successfully use nine different needling guidelines in a clinical situation. Attendees will learn why it is best to integrate body mechanics, hand positioning, and posture to effect obvious changes in the qi while treating a patient. Each theory is explained individually to ensure a thorough understanding of the material taught. By learning these theories, an acupuncturist moves beyond needle insertion and hoped-for results to reliably moving qi as desired in their patients.

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