New & Miscellaneous Points, Part 2

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New & Miscellaneous Points, Part 2
Jenny L. Crosby Wiemann D.C
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drcrosby@crosbychiropractic.com
4 hours of Acupuncture $60.00 $49.00

Content New and Miscellaneous Points Part 2

First hour First 15 minutes
Review and synopsis of Part I
Channel theory
Primary and Classical channels
Inner Classic of the Yellow Emperor – a review of this text
14 Classical Channels review
8 Extraordinary Energy review
16-30 minutes
Function of the connecting channels – review
15 Luo points reviewed
Muscle channels (Sinew) reviewed
Cutaneous channels reviewed
31 to 45 minutes
N-HN-50a to N-CA-10 point location and clinical indication
45-60 minutes
N-CA-11 to N-BW-12 point location and clinical indication

2nd hour first 15 minutes
N-BW-13 to N-BW-22 point location and clinical indication
16 to 30 minutes
Symptoms of Schistosomiasis
N-BW-23 to N-BW-38 point location and clinical indication
31 to 45 minutes
Pelvic floor dysfunction what it is and the symptoms it can produce
N-BW-39 to N-UE-7 point location and clinical indication
46 to 60 minutes
Scabies – demographics, symptoms and treatment
N-UE-8 to N-UE-21 point location and clinical indication

3rd hour first 15 minutes
N-UE-22 to N-LE-1
Polio a discussion of its demographics and symptoms with information on the NY wastewater polio
16 to 30 minutes
N-LE2 to N-LE-11 point location and clinical indication
Foot eversion vs foot inversion vs normal
31 to 45 minutes
N-LE-12 to N-LE-22 point location and clinical indication
Iliotibial band – etiology and symptoms
45 to 60 minutes
N-LE-23 to N-LE-36 point location and clinical indication

4th hour first 15 minutes
N-LE-37 to N-LE-44 point location and clinical indication
ST36 impact on cortical excitation and inhibition – research review
Tinea pedis – symptoms and treatment protocols
16 to 30 minutes
Genu Recurvatum
Etiology (non traumatic and traumatic)
How to evaluate and treat genu recurvatum
N-LE-45 to N-LE-48
Esophageal Cancer – risk factors and symptoms
31 to 45 minutes
Esophageal cancer risk factors and symptoms continued
N-LE-48 to N-LE-51
Review on percentage of older adults dealing with incontinence
Anmian use with channel meridians improve quality of sleep more than channel points alone – review study
45 to 60 minutes
Dysentery – etiology, demographics and symptoms a review
N-LE-52 to N-LE-59

Approved For Continuing Education Credit in Illinois, Kansas, and Missouri.
PACE courses are accepted for Continuing Education Credit by The State Boards of Alaska, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and Wyoming. The State Board of Colorado does not pre-approve courses, but this class meets the criteria set forth by their respective boards.

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