Internal Medicine, Psychiatric, 5 Senses and ER - 4 Days Wait List Full
Internal Medicine, Psychiatric, 5 Senses and ER - 4 Days Wait List Full
Internal Medicine, Psychiatric, 5 Senses and ER - 4 Days Wait List Full
Internal Medicine, Psychiatric, 5 Senses and ER - 4 Days Wait List Full

Internal Medicine, Psychiatric, 5 Senses and ER - 4 Days Wait List Full

Regular price $2,365.00 AUD Early Bird
Includes GST of $215.00 AUD

Presented byProfessor Ming Qing Zhu & Dr James Lu In association with SustainHealth Academy

Registration open for: Registered Chinese medicine profession and Chinese medicine student

Prerequisite: Must have attended the Basics of Zhu Scalp Acupuncture module

Date: 23-26 September 2019

Venue: Oaks on Collins, 480 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 (4.5 stars venue)

Times9am - 5pm 

CPD: 30 points

Approved by: AACMA, AcuNZ, NZASA, FCMA

Terms and Conditions

what our zsa students are saying

Charlene Tsang - Investing in a Bright Future

Dr Alia Melki - Helping Communities Globally

Dr Marcin Wolfinger - The Best of Both Worlds

Dr Peter Mejia - Rising to Meet the Challenge

Dr Sohial Farzam - Inspiring Solutions

Dr James Lu - A Wealth of Experience

the focus of the ZSA INTERNAL MEDICINE, PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS, FIVE SENSES AND EMERGENCY CONDITIONS

This module focuses on the pathophysiology of the internal organs and the interrelationships of Zangfu with various bodily systems. Also, according to Chinese medicine, psychiatric disorders, cognitive impairments as well as problems of the five senses and the skin are associated with Zangfu. 

This module will also discuss the treatment of common neurological diseases. In addition, you will learn how to diagnose and assess an acute medical situation, and how to provide urgent care using Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture and other means. Emergencies are acute, life-threatening situations that may happen anywhere, on a street, in a vehicle, on a plane, in a restaurant or inside your clinic. Appropriate management, while calling 911 and waiting for the paramedics to arrive, can make a difference of life and death

Dr Ling helping Acupuncturist
Dr Ling helping Acupuncturist

in this course you WILL LEARN how to treat:

  • internal diseases
  • depression, mania, anxiety, panic attacks, schizophrenia, mental retardation, memory degradation, dementia, psychosomatic disorders, chronic fatigue syndrome, autism, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, alcohol, and chemical dependency
  • diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, Mouth, and Skin, including Vertigo, Meniere's disease, macular degeneration, optical neuritis, glaucoma, rhinitis, tinnitis, herpes zoster, eczema, psoriasis, etc

Zhu's scalp needle application in internal medicine

Respiratory system: cold, flu, cough, bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, pleurisy, pulmonary fibrosis, pleural effusion, Hemoptysis

Digestive system: stomach pain, flatulence, appendicitis, diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, hiccups, gallstones, hepatitis, jaundice, hemorrhoids

Urinary system: urinary tract infection, prostatic hypertrophy, nephritis

Immune system disease: lupus erythematosus

Circulatory system: palpitations, chest oppression, angina, arrhythmia

Hormone disorder: hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, goiter, diabetes, diabetes insipidus

Reproductive system: menstrual disorders, menstrual pain,
premenstrual syndrome, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, menopausal syndrome, impotence, breech birth.

Other: insomnia, edema, fever

Zhu's scalp acupuncture treatment of facial diseases

  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Five Senses
  • The connection between the five senses and the organs in the theory of Chinese medicine

    • The relationship between the brain and the five internal organs
    • Relationship between sensory organs and meridians

    facial diseases: Common symptoms, diseases and treatments

    EYE-External eye disease: stye, chalazion, blepharitis, trachoma, pterygium, conjunctivitis

    EYE-Internal eye disease: floaters, cataracts, glaucoma, iritis, iridocyclitis, optic neuritis, macular degeneration, cortical blindness, hemianopia, diplopia, strabismus and so on

    MOUTH & THROAT-Loss of taste, toothache, gum pain, mouth ulcers, 
    plum pit qi

    EAR-Earache, otitis media, deafness, tinnitus, dizziness, acoustic neuroma 

    NOSE-Rhinitis, sinusitis, nasal septum deviation, loss of smell, nosebleed, nasal polyps  

    Zhu's scalp acupuncture treatment of psychiatric disorder

    TCM theory of the manifestation of mental state

    • The relationship between the brain and the five internal organs
    • Five Zangs and their spiritual realms
    • The etiology and pathogenesis of psychiatric disorders in Chinese medicine

    psychiatric disorder: COMMON SYMPTOMS, DISEASES AND TREATMENTS

    Adaptation disorder: Anxiety disorders, phobias, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, postpartum psychosis

    Affective disorder: Depression, mania, bipolar disorder, premenstrual emotional disorder

    Physical form disorder: Neurosis, hysteria, Hypochondriasis, chronic pain syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome

    Schizophrenia

    Behavioural disorder :Eating disorders, sleep disorders, sexual dysfunction, ADHD, autism, tic disorder

    Cognitive impairment: Amnesia, dementia, Alzheimer's disease

    Addictive disorder:

    ♦Psychological disorders at different stages of life:
    Childhood /Adolescence /Middle-aged/Menopause/ Geriatric

    Application of Zhu's scalp needle in emergency department and acute care

    TCM theory of the manifestation of mental state

    • The advantages of acupuncture intervention in emergency department
    • The scope of acupuncture intervention
    • The best timing for acupuncture intervention
    • The principle of acupuncture intervention in emergency department

    EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT AND ACUTE CARE

    Acupuncture intervention in life-threatening emergency 

    • Cardiac arrest
    • Heart attack (myocardial infarction)
    • Breathing stop
    • Difficulty breathing
    • Acute respiratory distress syndrome
    • Coma
    • Shock
    • Traumatic brain injury and spinal injury
    • Poisoning

    Other emergency treatments 

    • Stroke
    • Fainting
    • Epilepsy
    • Congestive heart failure
    • Acute pain
    • Acute paralysis
    • Congestive heart failure
    • Dizziness and vertigo
    • Bleeding
    • High Fever
    • Jaundice
    • Bleeding
    • Trauma
    • Acute spain
    • Acute glaucoma
    • Sudden aphasia
    • Sudden loss of voice

    HOW IS ZHU SCALP ACUPUNCTURE DIFFERENT FROM OTHER ACUPUNCTURE METHODS?

    • The patient can easily be treated in a seated position.
    • The application of needles is painless.
    • Patients display immediate positive responses that translate into long term positive outcomes.
    • Long needle retention times, even up to 3 days, provides the patient with a continual therapeutic action.
    • It is an integrative form of medicine, informed by both Western and Chinese Medicine paradigms.
    • The necessity for ‘Daoyin’ as part of the treatment in order to achieve superior clinical outcomes.
    • ZSA is easily integrated with other styles of Acupuncture without conflict

    All about Professor Zhu

    Prof. Zhu was born in Shanghai, China in 1940. After graduating in 1964 from the first acupuncture class at the Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine, Prof. Zhu was sent to work in Guizhou. In no time, he earned the reputation of a seasoned doctor because of the remarkable results of his works.

    On November 24, 1987, he demonstrated an innovative acupuncture technique on a hemiplegic stroke patient at the 1st International Conference of Acupuncture and Moxibustion in Beijing, where the patient stood up and ambulated without support. He has continued to garner international recognition since then.

    Prof. Zhu is the original founder of Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture. To learn more about Prof. Zhu click here.

    Prof Zhu Instructing

    All about Professor Zhu

    Prof. Zhu was born in Shanghai, China in 1940. After graduating in 1964 from the first acupuncture class at the Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine, Prof. Zhu was sent to work in Guizhou. In no time, he earned the reputation of a seasoned doctor because of the remarkable results of his works.

    On November 24, 1987, he demonstrated an innovative acupuncture technique on a hemiplegic stroke patient at the 1st International Conference of Acupuncture and Moxibustion in Beijing, where the patient stood up and ambulated without support. He has continued to garner international recognition since then.

    Prof. Zhu is the original founder of Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture. To learn more about Prof. Zhu click here.

    Prof Zhu Instructing
    Dr Lu Instructing

    All about  Dr James Lu

    Dr Lu is a direct disciple of Dr Zhu and the director of Zhu’s Neuro Acupuncture & Rehabilitation Centre.

    Dr. Lu, a licensed Acupuncturist and Physical Therapist, has been in the medical profession for over 20 years. He has worked as Director of Rehabilitation and Senior Physical Therapist in a variety of settings, including hospitals, rehabilitation centers and private clinics. His primary experience has been in the realms of orthopedics, stroke rehabilitation, balance/vestibular disorders and pain management. Dr. Lu holds a doctorate in Physical Therapy from The University of St. Augustine, and a Master’s of Science from The American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

    To learn more about Dr Lu click here.

    what our zsa students are saying

    "What I am loving about the ZSA courses is it's just so easy and practical...I can treat immobile people in a much quicker way"

    Dr Alia Melki

    Acupuncturist, Lebanon

    "I think that when you learn from someone you want to be friends with and be around all the time you will just absorb all the information easier"

    Dr Peter Mejia

    Acupuncturist, Australia

     "I get very good results, especially with stroke patients. The human body is not only the body but the mind"

    Dr Marcin Wolfinger

    Neurologist, Poland

    frequently asked questions

    and some answers...

    Is there any previous requirements to complete this seminar?

    In order to attend the Neural & Pain disorder component attendees must attend or have previously completed the Basics of Scalp Acupuncture module

    How do I get the best seat for the seminar?

    Early payment determines priority seating...the earlier the payment the better the seat

    How many seats are available for the seminar?

    Venue limited to 40 seats for each module. Reserved 5 seats only reserved for repeat attendees.

    How do I become a fully qualified accredited Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture Practitioner?

    To become a fully qualified accredited Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture Practitioner all four modules must be completed as well as a short internship in China organised through SustainHealth Academy 


    Are course notes for the ZSA seminars provided in English?

    Yes, all course notes provided at ZSA seminars are written in English.

    Have More Questions ?

    Email us at info@sustainhealthacademy.com.au, and we'll get back to you asap!

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    For repeat attendees please email us...
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    Introduction, Internal Medicine

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