Needling Theory on Depth, Direction, and DeQi

by Christine Chang
Item #: C-CC003

Approved by: NCCAOM, IVAS, Standard Certificate

Language: English

Course Type: Recorded Seminar

Course Length: 1 h

Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

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Needling Theory on Depth, Direction, and DeQi

Course Overview

Treatment results from practitioner to practitioner can vary greatly when treating a condition. Even more confounding is when treatment results vary when different practitioners treat the same patients with the same points, but somehow one practitioner’s treatment results in a “so-so” treatment, and the other produces a fantastic result. Dr. Chang will discuss the importance of needle depth, direction, and engaging the De Qi sensation as factors in creating a “Wow” treatment. Based on her years of clinical experience, she will help both new and experienced practitioners refine their needling techniques for more effective and consistent outcomes.

Course Objectives

  • Learn what causes pain in TCM so that you can effectively treat it clinically
  • Learn the following needling techniques: deqi, quqi, liuqi, the concept of heaven, human and earth layers when inserting acupuncture needles, Dao Ma, Dong Qi and Qian Yin techniques
  • How to effectively treat various types of pain and get quick results with your patients in clinic
  • Review the TCM time clock and what this can tell us in the patient’s history of their presenting concern.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 minWhat causes pain? Stagnation, Deficiency and Tension.

15 min - 30 minCommentary on ways to insert needles through the heaven, human and earth levels without causing the patient pain (deqi, quqi and liuqi).

30 min - 45 minSpecific acupuncture points that can be used for various types of pain that will give patients quick pain relief in your office (Xi-cleft, shu-stream and He-Sea points).

45 min - 1 hrsReview acupuncture points to use in sample patient cases and how to use the TCM time clock to choose effective and appropriate acupuncture points.Recorded questions and answers, and case studies.

Teacher

Dr. Christine Chang, DAOM, specializes in herbal formulas and Chinese nutrition, and brings this expertise to her private practice as well as serving as a faculty member at Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine. She is also the interpreter for the lectures of Dr. Wei Chieh Young.
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Course Length 1h
Course Language English
Course Type Recorded Seminar
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