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Acupuncture : Origins of Acupuncture
 
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Acupuncture is a ancient Chinese medical practice that is thought to be at least 2,500 years old. Learn about the origins of acupuncture with tips from an acupuncturist in this free video on alternative medicine. Expert: Mark Brinson Contact: www.naturalseminars.com Bio: Mark Brinson owns Brinson Therapeutics. He specializes in pain, injury and human performance and is also an international seminar provider. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
Views: 1115 eHow
Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture Free Treatment Day: Watch Scalp Acupuncture in Action.
 
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ZHU'S SCALP ACUPUNCTURE: Global Free Treatment Day: ACUPUNCTURE + DAOYIN - EMPOWER YOU TO HEAL ITSELF On the 6th of August Sustain Health practitioners took part in a global celebration for Dr Zhu's birthday. This event was to promote awareness of scalp acupuncture. In particular, Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture and it's unique application in neurological conditions. Dr Zhu's students and disciples across the globe participated in this event. Conditions Treated On the Day: strokes spinal cord injuries vestibular disorders multiple sclerosis (MS) Parkinson's amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) motor neuron disease all other neurological conditions *Results may vary from person to person. Videos are for demonstration purposes only. The owner of this website does not claim to cure, or prevent any disease or illness. All videos filmed with written informed consent.
Acupuncture Guiding Points for Pain
 
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Chronic pain in certain area of the body, requires guiding points to bring Qi & blood to the area affected, for better healing.Weather we use local and/or distal points to treat pain, Acupuncture Rocks! For Free TCM online courses and resources, check out: http://acuproacademy.com/acupuncture-practice-tcm-resources/
Views: 1557 AcuPro Academy
How Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treatments for Insomnia
 
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This is a video lesson for my latest Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine online course, How to have extraordinary sleep & wake up energized & happy. https://forestrock.com/p/how-to-have-extraordinary-sleep-wake-up-energized-happy The subjects that I have covered in this course to help you are: Principles of sleep How Western medicine and TCM see insomnia differently Treatment methods using TCM, such as: Acupuncture, Acupressure, TCM herbal medicine and Tuina (TCM massage) 11 instructional videos teaching Qigong exercises A recorded muscle relaxation meditation and instructions for a breathing relaxation meditation Diets and food that can affect sleeping Mental emotional disturbances that can affect sleeping Information on sleep restrictions, sleeping cycles, sleep hygiene, stimulation control, relaxation therapy, reconditioning theory and medications. Also on this course we cover the best beds, bedding and pillows to get a good nights sleep. https://forestrock.com/p/how-to-have-extraordinary-sleep-wake-up-energized-happy By the end of the Course you will: Understand the principles of sleep Practice & perform Qigong exercises to help you go to sleep Practice two Qigong meditations that are used to help with insomnia Differentiate between the six main TCM causes for insomnia Differentiate the different views between Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine when it comes to treating insomnia Understand the effects of pharmaceutical drugs and tranquillisers Determine what are the best Chinese herbal formulas to use to aid with insomnia Understand the mental and emotional influences that effect you from having a good nights sleep Understand and practice sleep restrictions and sleep hygiene Utilise acupressure or acupuncture points that are good for insomnia Choose the best beds, pillow, bedding and sleeping positions to have a great nights sleep Establish a regular sleep / wake cycle Discern what the best foods and diets are that help with insomnia I think this is a great course and really helpful to anyone with insomnia. Please pass it on to anyone who you think it will help. I look forward to seeing you in the course! Don't forget to like and subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/c/PeterCaughey Join Online Qigong courses here: https://forestrock.com Please subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/c/PeterCaughey Hello & welcome to Peter Caughey’s YouTube Channel! Here you'll find many health practices and philosophies to inspire you to live a healthy, happy life with a quiet mind and a peaceful heart. There are exercises to help you clear stress and tension, balance your emotions and more, through the art of the Qigong. Make sure to subscribe as we will be posting a range of new video content regularly. Thanks for joining us. Subscribe now and join the Qigong experience. Learn more at: www.petercaughey.com Peter Caughey, Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncturist and Master Qigong Practitioner. With over 25 years of teaching Taiji (Tai Chi) and Qigong and treating people with Acupuncture - Peter’s focus is on helping people to connect to a world beyond living in their mind. Peter has dedicated his life to helping people to have a higher level of health, encouraging them to see the world in a different way. A way that inspires them to enquire into the possibilities of how they can have a more fulfilling and happier life with a flow on effect that benefits and helps others. “My background prior to healing was 16 years with the New Zealand Army and 7 of those years in the (SAS), New Zealand Special Forces. I changed my life with Taiji (Tai chi) and Qigong at the age of 28 and went from smoking two packets of camel cigarettes and drinking scotch on the weekends to opening up to a way of life I never knew existed. This practice opened a door for me to see my life and the world in a completely different way. A world of new possibilities. It was so different to what I had ever experienced and what I was brought up to believe. Through the practice of Taiji and Qigong I started experiencing energy in my body which was completely different to the physical strength I’d experienced from being an athlete. And now I share that experience with others.” Be Free. Be Happy. Subscribe here: http://www.youtube.com/c/PeterCaughey Join one Online Qigong courses here: https://forestrock.com Follow me on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/peter.e.caughey Follow me on Instagram here: https://instagram.com/forestrock1/ Follow me on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/petercaughey For a free copy of a pdf with ‘Best foods to eat to have a healthy Heart, Spleen, Lungs, Kidneys and Liver according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)’. Click here: http://www.petercaughey.com/wp/contacts/
Views: 2321 Peter Caughey
Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture Principles and Practice
 
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Views: 32 Florence Collins
Hari style Meridian Therapy
 
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Hari is a style of classical Acupuncture. This approach to Japanese Meridian Therapy is rooted in the principles of ancient Kototama. Within a state of ZEN, we offer client peaceful space to provide quality hand-on care. Hari is a holistic, personalized medicine based on modern and traditional medical science. Utilizing symptomatology, empirical knowledge, and the sense known as intuition, Hari facilitates the healing of the self by the self by reintroducing the body to the flow of nature. When we are attuned in this way, we heal ourselves naturally. Consequently, our innate wisdom is restored and joy, hope, and love can enter the moment.
Acupuncture treatments for Insomnia
 
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This is a video lesson for my latest Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine online course: Acupuncture treatments for Insomnia How to have extraordinary sleep & wake up energized & happy. This course covers everything from Traditional Chinese Herbal formulas, Acupressure to Qigong exercises. The subjects that I have covered in this course to help you are: Principles of sleep How Western medicine and TCM see insomnia differently Treatment methods using TCM, such as: Acupuncture, Acupressure, TCM herbal medicine and Tuina (TCM massage) 11 instructional videos teaching Qigong exercises A recorded muscle relaxation meditation and instructions for a breathing relaxation meditation Diets and food that can affect sleeping Mental emotional disturbances that can affect sleeping Information on sleep restrictions, sleeping cycles, sleep hygiene, stimulation control, relaxation therapy, reconditioning theory and medications. Also on this course we cover the best beds, bedding and pillows to get a good nights sleep. In this knowledge and practical participation based course, you will learn about sleep and how important it is and, what can affect you to stop you having a great nights sleep. By the end of the Course you will: Understand the principles of sleep Practice & perform Qigong exercises to help you go to sleep Practice two Qigong meditations that are used to help with insomnia Differentiate between the six main TCM causes for insomnia Differentiate the different views between Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine when it comes to treating insomnia Understand the effects of pharmaceutical drugs and tranquillisers Determine what are the best Chinese herbal formulas to use to aid with insomnia Understand the mental and emotional influences that effect you from having a good nights sleep Understand and practice sleep restrictions and sleep hygiene Utilise acupressure or acupuncture points that are good for insomnia Choose the best beds, pillow, bedding and sleeping positions to have a great nights sleep Establish a regular sleep / wake cycle Discern what the best foods and diets are that help with insomnia I think this is a great course and really helpful to anyone with insomnia. Please pass it on to anyone who you think it will help. Don't forget to like and subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/c/PeterCaughey Join Online Qigong courses here: https://forestrock.com Please subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/c/PeterCaughey Hello & welcome to Peter Caughey’s YouTube Channel! Here you'll find many health practices and philosophies to inspire you to live a healthy, happy life with a quiet mind and a peaceful heart. There are exercises to help you clear stress and tension, balance your emotions and more, through the art of the Qigong. Make sure to subscribe as we will be posting a range of new video content regularly. Thanks for joining us. Subscribe now and join the Qigong experience. Learn more at: www.petercaughey.com Peter Caughey, Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncturist and Master Qigong Practitioner. With over 25 years of teaching Taiji (Tai Chi) and Qigong and treating people with Acupuncture - Peter’s focus is on helping people to connect to a world beyond living in their mind. Peter has dedicated his life to helping people to have a higher level of health, encouraging them to see the world in a different way. A way that inspires them to enquire into the possibilities of how they can have a more fulfilling and happier life with a flow on effect that benefits and helps others. “My background prior to healing was 16 years with the New Zealand Army and 7 of those years in the (SAS), New Zealand Special Forces. I changed my life with Taiji (Tai chi) and Qigong at the age of 28 and went from smoking two packets of camel cigarettes and drinking scotch on the weekends to opening up to a way of life I never knew existed. This practice opened a door for me to see my life and the world in a completely different way. A world of new possibilities. It was so different to what I had ever experienced and what I was brought up to believe. Through the practice of Taiji and Qigong I started experiencing energy in my body which was completely different to the physical strength I’d experienced from being an athlete. And now I share that experience with others.” Be Free. Be Happy. Subscribe here: http://www.youtube.com/c/PeterCaughey Join one Online Qigong courses here: https://forestrock.com Follow me on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/peter.e.caughey Follow me on Instagram here: https://instagram.com/forestrock1/ Follow me on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/petercaughey For a free copy of a pdf with ‘Best foods to eat to have a healthy Heart, Spleen, Lungs, Kidneys and Liver according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)’. Click here: http://www.petercaughey.com/wp/contacts/
Views: 378 Peter Caughey
Acupuncture Pack
 
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Sue Berman, co-owner of the Blue Heron Wellness Center in Silver Spring, explains acupuncture, its principles, and what it means to practice complimentary medicine.
Views: 295 WBNCMedia
AcuGraph & 8 Principle Diagnosis
 
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In this video Vincent Scully discusses the common question of using Traditional 8 Principle Diagnosis along with AcuGraph Meridian Analysis records" meridian analysis diagnostic yuan jing tsing ryodaroku acugraph acupuncture "chinese medicine" tcm "acugraph europe" acuherb chi qi faq 30 day money back guarantee support procedures nakatani, history of meridian diagnosis akabane www.medinative.com
Views: 385 Medinative
Acupuncture Workshop by Master Acupuncturist
 
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http://www.AntonDVD.com This is a 9 1/2 minute excerpt from a rare video featuring Lord Pandit Professor Dr. Sir Anton Jayasuriya of Columbo, Sri Lanka teaching Acupuncture principles. Dr. Jayasuriaya (1930-2005) was a Master Acupuncturist who reportedly had treated over 2.5 million patients in his lifetime and had taught thousands of Doctors around the world his techniques. He was the founder and Organizer of Medicina Alternative which was established in 1962. This is perhaps one of only a handful of known video recordings of this legend in the world of Alternative Medicine.
Views: 26539 Steven Popkin
Common acupuncture points of the Kidney meridian
 
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Common Kidney meridian Acupuncture points used in clinical practice! Want more? I've got tons of Chinese medicine resource here: http://acuproacademy.com/acupuncture-practice-tcm-resources/
Views: 2591 AcuPro Academy
Acupuncture treatment - the basics
 
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Get 50% off Tom's 'Learn acupressure to encourage an optimal natural birth' online course, featuring Debra Betts: http://www.tomtheacupuncturist.com/courses/ Book an appointment with Tom in Bristol: http://www.tomtheacupuncturist.com/clinics-low-cost-acupuncture-bristol/ This video is for potential acupuncture patients, and aims to give an idea of what to expect from treatment. These are some of the very basics - I hope you find it useful. Please visit http://www.tomtheacupuncturist.com for more information or to book an appointment with Tom.
What are the Acupuncture Meridians? Part 1
 
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Nick is a highly qualified Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist, currently undertaking his PhD in Chinese Medicine. Running clinics in Oxford UK, Nick uses traditional techniques and principles combined with a thorough understanding of modern anatomy, physiology and pathology to achieve the most effective clinical results. This lecture was given at the '2018 World TCM Acupuncture-Moxibustion Health Conference' at Cambridge University, Jesus College. Here Nick examines the correlations between the Meridians of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, with Western Anatomical Structures and Systems. In part one I cover; The Vascular System The Nervous System Fascia and Connective Tissue He also provides some evidence for the working mechanism of Acupuncture, introducing the Fascia/Connective Tissue Hypothesis, and some of the fascinating implications of this theory. Understanding the channels in relationship to real anatomical systems and structures is essential to fully understand Acupuncture practice. Please follow this link for a full list of references for this Lecture
PCOS in Chinese and Western Medicine: Acupuncture CEU Course
 
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For free CEU credits go to: https://acupunctureceuonline.com/acupuncture-ceu-courses/polycystic-ovary-syndrome-acupuncture-ceu-course/ A one hour Video CEU Course. CAB and NCAOM Approved. Course description: This CEU video course explores the diagnostic and treatment principles of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) in both Western and Chinese Medicine. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine disorder in women and yet remains enigmatic. Despite its high prevalence in the population, much controversy remains regarding its diagnosis, its etiology and the most appropriate treatment strategy. In this class we will explore the signs and symptoms of PCOS from both a Western and TCM perspective. Risk factors, screening protocol, and Endocrine Society guidelines for diagnosis and management of PCOS are discussed. TCM syndromes associated with PCOS are presented as well as acupuncture and herbal treatment protocol. On completion of this class, the participant will: • Learn to differentiate the signs and symptoms associated with PCOS. • Learn clinical guidelines for the diagnosis of PCOS as established by NIH and Endocrine Society. • Learn Western and TCM treatment protocols to address PCOS. With: Dr. Daoshing Ni, Cofounder Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Davidson's principles and practice of medicine .. Skin Disease part 1
 
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Davidson's principles and practice of medicine .. Skin Disease part 1
Can Acupuncture bring on your period?
 
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To grab my Free Fertility Guide: "33 Tips Towards Better Fertility", click here: http://www.springfertility.com.au/free-guide ======================================================== In this video, I answer this question and talk about how Acupuncture can potentially help. The two underlying principles that are important here, are cycle regulation & hormone optimisation. Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine work with the body to fulfil these treatment strategies and aim for a regular period. ======================================================== If you want to connect with me on social media you can do so here: My Fertility Acupuncture Practice is Spring Fertility https://www.facebook.com/SpringFertility https://twitter.com/FertilitySpring https://www.facebook.com/groups/366108157087803/
Views: 10029 Katika Funnell
Acupuncture for Anxiety! An Easy Natural Treatment!
 
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Acupuncture works wonders for anxiety. Seek out a Licensed Acupuncturist near you to experience this ancient and effective modality. If you're in the Los Angeles area, schedule an appointment with Dr. Patti Kim! http://www.drpattikim.com 10% PrettyWell DISCOUNT on all professional grade products for your body, home or pets in our online dispensary at any time is our gift to you! Go to http://www.npscript.com + enter the code: Pretty Well (case sensitive) to receive the discount. For help, call 888 950 2767 A BIT ABOUT NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE: Hello from Dr. Patti Kim + Dr. Angela Agrios! We are both California licensed Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) who have been practicing for 10+ years. Naturopathic medicine integrates conventional and natural medicine principles and practices. For those of you new to naturopathic medicine, here's a little bit more for you: http://www.nunm.edu http://www.calnd.org http://www.naturopathic.org PRETTYWELL: We're all doing our best and we're doing PRETTY WELL. We're excited to share the best of what we have studied, seen in practice, and continue to learn to do EVEN better! Our mission is to show you how fun and easy taking good care of yourself can be so that we all feel Pretty Well! LET'S CONNECT! WEBSITES: Dr. Patti Kim, ND, LAc: https://www.drpattikim.com/ Dr. Angela Agrios, ND: http://www.drangelaagrios.com/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/pretty.well/ https://www.instagram.com/drpattikim/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/DrPattiKim/ https://www.facebook.com/drangelaagrios *This content is strictly for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Angela Agrios, Dr. Patti Kim nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
Views: 736 PrettyWell
Ghost Acupuncture Points
 
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The Ghost points used in clinical practice are to help patients journey through emotional stress. Want more? Here's my blog on all the Ghost points: https://acuproacademy.com/ghost-points-acupuncture/
Views: 702 AcuPro Academy
Tongue Diagnosis in TCM
 
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Tongue Diagnosis in Chinese medicine: the basics. This is how I explain TCM tongue diagnosis to my patients. For more TCM tips & resources: http://acuproacademy.com/acupuncture-practice-tcm-resources/
Views: 3172 AcuPro Academy
Body Fluids in Chinese Medicine
 
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Body Fluids according to Chinese Medicine, including diet for dryness or dampness. For more TCM resources: http://acuproacademy.com/acupuncture-practice-tcm-resources/
Views: 1758 AcuPro Academy
The Traditional Chinese Medicine Diet
 
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For more info: https://draxe.com/traditional-chinese-medicine/?utm_campaign=Youtube-Dec-2015&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube&utm_term=chinesemed The 5 Elements relate to the earth and the ways that our organ system works according to Traditional Chinese Medicine. 1) Wood Physically lean with exposed veins More susceptible to liver and gall bladder issues Emotional Struggles - Frustration and Anger Need to Nourish - Liver and Gallbladder Foods to Eat - Sour & Bitter Foods Sauerkraut, green apples, greens (salad, spinach, veggie juice, milk thistle, green foods, fresh foods. etc.) 2) Earth Physically more round, jolly and have redness in their cheeks. More susceptible to candida issues Emotional Struggles - Worry Need to Nourish - Spleen and Stomach Foods to Eat - Warm Vegetables Pumpkin, sweet potato, butternut squash, spaghetti squash 3) Metal Metal element people have strong and bold features More susceptible to lung, colon and immune system issues Emotional Struggles - Grief, Sadness and Depression Need to Nourish - The Immune System Foods to Eat- White Foods Horseradish, garlic, onions, cauliflower, and probiotic-rich foods (yogurt, kefir, and raw cheeses) 4) Water More susceptible to kidney and adrenal gland issues Struggle with infection, fatigue, low energy or hormone imbalances (early menopause or PCOS) Emotional Struggles - Fear Foods to Eat - Dark-Colored Foods Nutrient dense foods, berries, cranberries, beets, spinach etc. 5) Fire More susceptible to acid reflux or heat issues Emotional Struggles - Passionate and Fiery Foods to Eat - Spicy foods Cayenne pepper, Mexican foods, salsa, hot sauce etc. To learn more about the Traditional Chinese Medicine Diet, search online at http://draxe.com/ *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
Views: 134723 Dr. Josh Axe
Pregnancy & Acupuncture
 
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Acupuncture during pregnancy is safe and very beneficial :) Want more? Check out my Chinese medicine resources page http://acuproacademy.com/acupuncture-practice-tcm-resources/
Views: 778 AcuPro Academy
Professional Acupuncture
 
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We specialize in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, one of the world’s most popular natural therapies. All of our practitioners diagnose and practice according to holistic Chinese Medicine principles to assist with a wide range of common, chronic and difficult health conditions. Fate is an Acupuncture Physician and Herbalist, Board Certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and a member of Florida State Oriental Medical Association. She provided supportive care for cancer patients at Mount Sinai Beth Israel’s Cancer Medical Center of New York, where she did her internship and utilized acupuncture as a complementary medicine to aid patients in healing, reducing pain, minimizing side effects and maximizing overall quality of life. Fate believes in finding the underlying causes of a disease and treats patients as a whole to regulate and balance disharmonies using the wisdom of Chinese Medicine, which honors and respects the integrity of the Human Body, Mind and Spirit. She is focused on the treatment of musculo-skeletal disorders, pain, respiratory, gastro-intestinal, women’s health, and emotional well-being. Fate is dedicated to helping her patients heal, achieve and maintain optimum health.
Spleen Qi Deficiency
 
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Spleen Qi deficiency in TCM: diagnosis & basic treatment. For more TCM Resources, check out: http://acuproacademy.com/acupuncture-practice-tcm-resources/ https://www.facebook.com/AcuProAcademy
Views: 8596 AcuPro Academy
Acupuncture Health Tips : Yin & Yang Acupuncture Theories
 
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Acupuncture, just as yin and yang, focuses on a balance of everything in the body. Learn tips on how and why this is from an acupuncture expert in this free video clip. Expert: LI Zheng Bio: Li Zheng is a graduate of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. She got a Ph.D. in biomedical science from the Medical College of Ohio and was a researcher trained at MGH and Harvard Medical School. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
Views: 4918 expertvillage
Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine - Dr. William Zhao
 
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Traditional Chinese medicine doctor, Dr. William Zhao, talks about the principles and the benefits of acupuncture in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. He discusses the various pressure points and what parts of the body they help to stimulate and repair, and how acupuncture can stave off or even protect one from prostate cancer.
Views: 7948 PROSTAID Calgary
Suburban Hospital Grand Rounds 1/11- Medical Acupuncture in Clinical Practice
 
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Speakers Andrew Wong, M.D., Casey Health Institute, and Steven Wilks, M.D., Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, present Medical Acupuncture in Clinical Practice. Objectives: 1. Provide historical and current definitions for acupuncture. 2. Explain the theory and science behind acupuncture. 3. Review how acupuncture is best utilized in clinical practice. 4. Describe the possible benefits and risks, the evidence behind specific indications for acupuncture and when to consider a patient for treatment.
Views: 813 SuburbanHospital
Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture - YNSA
 
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Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture, YNSA, Dr. Schockert introduces the YNSA in Patient examples, 40 years of YNSA, YNSA is the second most used microsystem acupuncture method of the world,
Dry Needling Trigger Points - Rhomboids
 
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Do not attempt to reproduce any of the techniques shown on this website unless they fall within your professional scope of practice, and you are licensed to perform this treatment. A hypertonic rhomboid will have a marked effect on the positioning of the scapula by lifting and retracting it. This will consequently inhibit the neural status of the serratus anterior, in turn affecting the external oblique, and so on along the chain. Force couple actions will be out of sequence, setting up the ideal environment for strain and overuse injury. When the serratus anterior is hypertonic, the rhomboids become inhibited and the scapula will sit wide and drop. Pain is typically experienced around the vertebral border of the scapula, especially at night when at rest. The scalenes are also known to be primary sponsors of referred pain in this area and are worth treating when patients present with this pain pattern. Do not attempt to reproduce any of the techniques shown on this website unless they fall within your professional scope of practice. www.nielasher.com
Views: 17847 Niel Asher Education
YinYang Breathing - Breathing for health and vitality
 
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This quick, simple and easy breathing technique gives you the power of perfect balance in less than 30 seconds, any time anywhere. http://georgemonkhouse.com/e-learning/ This is the foundational practice of the Way of Balance and Harmony, a series of principles and practices for Supreme Vitality. Learn more at http://georgemonkhouse.com/ George Monkhouse LicAc MBAcC is an international acupuncturist and healthcare pioneer based in London. An expert in strong natural medicine, he specialises in rapid pain relief, chronic stress and illness and optimising all vital functioning. He works with professional athletes, fighters and yogis to keep them in peak condition. He works with business leaders and senior managers to establish a workplace culture, environment and infrastructure that fosters well being and productivity. George teaches the Chinese tradition of ‘Yang Sheng’ or ‘Nourishing Life’, the art and science of using your daily habits as your principle medicine. George has helped thousands of people to greater health and vitality naturally, and with his wealth of experience and connection with other healthcare professionals and brands, provides many of his patients with comprehensive health support. YinYang Breathing brings you easy and immediate self healing power to restore mental health, experience emotional mastery and feel fantastic, heal your body fast and taste supreme vitality. With continuous circular breathing, smooth deep breathing, you can experience such a rapid change in state that it must be classified (according to George) as the primary medicine, seeing as it is something we are always doing in one way or another, so it might as well be used as a medicine. Besides, it's free and everyone's a winner. Ancient practice often used in standing practice (Zhan Zhong), tai chi and qigong, nowadays there are many breathing therapy disciplines such as holotropic breathing, rebirthing breathwork, transformational breathing, clarity breathwork. Acupuncture, Chinese medicine, the martial arts and the ancient healing arts have not only survived but thrived for millennia, the ultimate proof of effectiveness. What works survives, and what works better than the rest thrives, and that which works exceptionally well experiences longevity and prosperity. Chinese medicine is enormously powerful and George takes his patients on a health transformation journey to experience great improvements to their health. The purpose of his clinical work is to take you substantially further along your path to Supreme Vitality, the optimisation of all vital functioning, so you experience and understand the full power of natural treatments, dietary and lifestyle medicine and can spread the message to those you know would enjoy the many tremendous benefits too. For expert low cost, community acupuncture in South London go to http://camberwellacupuncture.co.uk/
Views: 752 George Monkhouse
Fire Heat Pathology | Acupuncture CEU Course
 
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For free CEU credits go to https://acupunctureceuonline.com/acupuncture-ceu-courses/fire-heat-pathology-acupuncture-ceu-course/. A one hour Video CEU Course. CAB and NCAOM Approved. Course description: Infection and inflammation is the field of battle that most internists and physicians will fight on. Traditional Chinese Medicine has for centuries been developing the body of knowledge known as Fire-Heat Pathology. This class explores the TCM understanding of how “Fire” originates in our bodies, and elaborates on the concept that fire and heat is actually an adaptive mechanism that allows the body to navigate through inflammation and infections. The participant will learn diagnostic principles for different types of Fire-Heat pathology and their respective treatments. Upon completion of this class, the practitioner will gain a deeper insight into innovative methods in treating infection and inflammation.
What is Taoist Medicine? Acupuncture CEU Video
 
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For free CEU credits go to https://acupunctureceuonline.com/acupuncture-ceu-courses/taoist-medicine-doctrine-acupuncture-ceu-course/ A one hour Video CEU Course. CAB and NCAOM Approved. Course description: In this class, we will explore the fundamentals of Taoism and its influence on the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The advent of disease prevention, the emphasis on longevity medicine, and the moral code of ethics governing a physician’s behavior are each found in the roots of Taoist teaching. We will also examine the origins of public health and immunization as it relates to early Taoist thought. This class Includes a survey of three founding doctors – Ge Hong, Daozang, and Sun Simiao – who blended religion and science, the advent of disease prevention, and the emphasis of ethics and character cultivation in Chinese Medicine. On completion of this class, the practitioner will: • Acquire functional insights in the areas of food therapy, healthy aging, and treatment of chronic illnesses • Gain a deeper understanding of herbal treatment strategies that are easy, economical and efficient as a guiding principle in their clinical practice. With: Dr. Daoshing Ni, Cofounder Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Medical Qigong
 
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Medical Qigong is a form of non-surgical holistic healing that boosts little-known or no side-effects. Origins tracing back to the Han Dynasty (206BC to 220BC) and a modality of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Medical Qigong strengthens and redistributes the vital energy, or "qi" of an individual. This is the same way that acupuncture and other TCM modalities work. The principles of treatment are the same, only the technique varies. Medical QiGong is well suited for very sensitive people, children, and people in frail health, but can be beneficial for absolutely anyone. Safer and gentler than acupuncture, acupressure, or herbs, Medical Qigong involves working directly and subtly with a person's qi in ways that are not invasive. This modality may be used to treat many subtle and spiritual conditions that cannot be treated with acupuncture, acupressure, or herbs. Medical Qigong is a way of affecting and directing qi, or the life force, for medical benefit, relying on the ability to direct qi with the mind and the hands. To develop skill with Medical Qigong, a practitioner needs to be highly disciplined, with a very focused Yi (attention). Projecting Qi or Qi emission Projecting Qi is one of the most profound aspects of classical Chinese medicine. With projecting Qi therapy the practitioner manipulates the patient's qi in order to bring about renewed health and wellbeing. Areas of the body that have insufficient Qi can be boosted allowing the body's natural healing processes to be promoted. Qi emission therapy has been used for millennia in Asia to treat a wide variety of diseases and conditions. Qi emission therapy is used to: Eliminate or balance internal pathogenic factors (the accumulation of excessive emotions such as anger, grief, worry, fear, etc.) as well as external pathogenic factors (the invasion of cold, hot, damp, etc., from the environment) to purify the human body. Balance Qi by increasing the client's Qi or decreasing the influences of pathogenic energy as needed to counteract the deficient or excess condition within the internal organs and channels. Regulate, balance, and harmonize the patient's/client's Yin and Yang energy.
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Josh Summers - Yin Yoga and Acupuncture (Yin 101 Online Course)
 
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Josh Summers explains how Yin Yoga is related to acupuncture. Yin Yoga is often described as the “other half” of yoga. Your yoga practice is most effective when it’s both yin and yang: Passive (yin) and active (yang). Yin Yoga is the key to greater harmony, especially if you’re always on the go or your go-to yoga practice is always vigorous. Working with Yoga Journal, Josh Summers has created a 6-week online course that gives you an in-depth exploration of the theory and practice of Yin Yoga. The course delves into the physical, energetic, and meditative aspects of Yin Yoga. Purchase here: http://bit.ly/yin-101 Use the discount code JSUMMERS for $75 off the price of the course. - This course qualifies for 20 “non-contact” continuing education hours with Yoga Alliance.
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Episode 20: Learn acupuncture pain relief without needles at home (2)
 
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Learn these basic principles of acupuncture. You can do it at home without any needles to relief pain!
Yin Yang Theory in TCM
 
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This video course is all about The Yin Yang Theory Made Easy! For more free online TCM courses: http://acuproacademy.com/acupuncture-online-course/ For daily fun videos, posts and more, join our Facebook community at https://www.facebook.com/AcuProAcademy
Views: 7903 AcuPro Academy
Yin and Yang Theory- A Simple Explanation
 
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http://www.qigongforvitality.com/ Yin and Yang theory is an amazing concept that is much more complicated than it would seem. It is one of the fundamental ideas in Traditional Chinese Medicine TCM, acupuncture, tai chi, and qi gong practice. This is a very basic intro but I will build on it in the future. Music:Kevin Macleod Yin Yang theory first appeared in 6th century BC and was used in everything from medicine, science, and astronomy, to herbs, child birth, farming, and where to build your house. Stay tuned for more and feel free to comment below if you would like to know more about anything specifically! If you are interested in learning more you may want to check out: What is qi? https://youtu.be/gtjZ1E8WdA0 How to build you energy https://youtu.be/aUnnejctomc
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Melbourne acupuncturist treats spinal cord injury with Zhu Scalp Acupuncture
 
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See Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture in action with Dr Scott Ling, Acupuncturist and Vanissa Tang, Physiotherapist. Witness the amazing results as the Zhu Scalp Acupuncturist treats a spinal cord injury patient, working together in conjunction with physiotherapist. See the benefits first hand with Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture. *Results may vary from person to person. Videos are for demonstration purposes only. The owner of this website does not claim to cure, or prevent any disease or illness. All videos filmed with written informed consent.
Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture  Osteoarthritis Treatment
 
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trigger point explained with animation
 
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This first video is a short explanation and introduction to the trigger point. Many health and pain problems, like frozen shoulder, chronic neck stiffness and migraine are related to trigger points. People can learn how to effectively treat trigger points themselves. I hope to show you in this video that trigger points are a fact, not a theory. To learn more about all the specific trigger points and how to treat them I recommend "The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook" by Clair Davies. This book also tells about causes of trigger points and more. For more advanced information about trigger points (requires basic knowledge) I recommend the book "Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction" by Travell & Simons. Please don't mind my foreign accent :).
Views: 1241662 Michiel Akkerman

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