Stroke and Spinal Cord Injury
ALL PRICES AUD
Registration open for: Registered Chinese medicine profession and Chinese medicine student
Prerequisite: Must have attended the Basics of Scalp Acupuncture module
Date: 8, 9, 10 & 11 June 2018
Venue: Bayview On Park, 52 Queens Rd, Melbourne VIC 3004
Times: 9am - 5pm
CPD: 26 points
Approved by: AACMA, ATMS, ANTA,NZRA, NZASA
*This seminar will be conducted by Professor Zhu and Dr James Lu in English. Dr James Lu will be the translator for Professor Zhu.
*Early payment determines priority seating...the earlier the payment the better the seat
*Venue limited to 40 seats for each module. Reserved 5 seats only reserved for repeat attendees.
*All above prices include GST and tax invoice will be provided.
*If you have previously completed this module and would like to attend again, please contact Evan Pritchard with your request for special pricing details.
*See terms and conditions for cancellation policy To become a fully qualified accredited Zhu scalp acupuncture practitioner all four modules must be completed as well as a short internship in China organised through SustainHealth Academy
Final Opportunity to Learn from Professor Zhu
This series will be the only opportunity to learn directly from the founder of Zhu Scalp Acupuncture Professor Zhu himself as he will not be teaching further seminars in Australia after these courses.
Who Should Attend The Stroke & Spinal Cord Injury Course?
- Practitioners interested in providing effective & specialised treatments for stroke & spinal Cord Injuries (SCI)
- Practitioners who want to learn more in depth knowledge for stroke & SCI conditions
- Practitioners who want to treat more than their treatable day to day conditions... interested in growing their areas of expertise.
- CM students or graduates who would like to develop their own niche market in scalp and neuro-acupuncture... attract neurological condition patients including stroke, paralysis and more.
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.
What You Will Learn from This Course
- how to identify different types of stroke
- how to localise the lesion of a stroke
- how to treat an acute stroke patient
- how to treat a chronic stroke patient
- how to help a stroke patient regain function
- how to integrate scalp acupuncture into multidisciplinary SCI patients program and help them obtain significant and much faster improvement