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Acupuncture


The Neuroanatomy of Primary Homeostatic Acupoints
3.0

  • NCCAOM Approved for AOM-Biomedicine 3 hours
  • Evaluate the three types of Acupoints
  • Discuss the neuroanatomy of the 24 primary homeostatic Acupoints
  • Identify symptomatic (ASHI) Acupoints and evaluate their spinal mechanisms
  • Indicate the principles of using spinal segmentation in Acupuncture Therapy
  • Use quantitative evaluation to predict the efficacy of Acupuncture therapy
  • Collect information to evaluate a patients healing potential
  • Prevent syncope and needling reaction during Acupuncture Treatment
  • Recognize placebo and nocebo effects in Acupuncture Pain Management

Swift, DC, DABCN

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$70.00 USD


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