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Practical Chinese Sports Medicine: Treating the Neck

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02-21-2020 through 02-21-2021
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Practical Chinese Sports Medicine: Treating the Neck immediately after purchasefor 2 years
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This class focuses on treating Sports Injuries and Orthopedic Conditions of the neck with a multi-modality approach, which includes Tui Na, acupuncture
protocols, point prescriptions, and needling guidelines.


Tom Bisio will present this unique and very effective approach to the treatment of neck pain, stiffness and injury based on his 25+ years of clinical experience, with an emphasis on immediate acquisition of clinically effective skills.

Goals and Objectives

  • Students will understand the principles of treating sports injuries and orthopedic conditions of the neck.
  • Students will be able to perform effective acupuncture and Tui Na treatments for treating the neck.
  • Students will understand how and when to combine acupuncture tui na, herbal formulae (internal and external) and rehabilitative Qi Gong in treating sports injuries and orthopedic conditions of the neck.
  • Students will understand how to advise patients on lifestyle changes and rehabilitative exercises that are sports injuries and orthopedic conditions of the neck.
  • Course Outline

    1. Introduction
    2. Symptoms & Causes of Neck Pain
    3. Tui Na Neck & Shoulder Treatment – Seated
    4. Tui Na Neck & Shoulder Treatment – Supine
    5. Acupuncture Opening Treatments for the Neck
    6. Cupping, Seven Star Hammer & Guasha
    7. Qi Dynamics of the Neck & Principles of Acupuncture Treatment for Neck Pain and Stiffness
    8. Wind in the Neck: Points and Treatment
    9. Distal Complimentary Acupuncture Points & Treatments
    10. Root & Node Treatments and Neck Pain
    11. Key Herbal Formulas for Neck Pain: Formula Based/Pathogen Based Diagnosis
      1. Ge Gen Tang & Gui Zhi Jia Ge Gen
      2. Chai Hu Gui Zhi Tang + Ge Gen
      3. Blood Stasis Formulas
      4. Yi Guan Jian + Si Ni San
      5. Juan Bi Tang – Bi Syndrome
    12. External Application of Herbs
    13. Rehabilitative Qi Gong Exercises for the Neck
      1. Owl Turns Its Head
      2. Cock Pecks the Rice
      3. The “Back Stretch”
      4. King/Queen Arises From the Throne
      5. Nine Ghosts Drawing Swords
      6. Rhinoceros Gazes at the Moon
      7. Na Mou Searches the Sea
      8. Turning Heaven & Earth
    D7 Presenter: 
    Tom Bisio

    Practical Chinese Sports Medicine: Treating the Neck - Distance Education

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    Practical Chinese Sports Medicine: Treating the Neck
    CTCMA; 4 CEU, Category B3 - AACMA: 4 CPD points allocated
    NCCAOM 553-611, 2.0 AOM-AC, 1.0 AOM-OM, 1.0 AOM-CH
    Florida 50-8743; 20-20-689585; 4.0 GEN - California 591: 4 CEU Cat 1
    Texas CAE00011; 3 CAE GEN, 1 CAE HERBAL - Massachusetts 4.0
    IIllinois (225.000020) 4 CEU

    Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Blood Stasis & Dead Blood, Treating Fractures, Bi Syndrome

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    06-30-2019 through 06-30-2020
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    Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine is divided into three modules that build on the basic class Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treatment of Injuries with Chinese Medicine. These three advanced modules further hone the practitioner’s ability to treat injuries and orthopedic conditions with traditional Chinese medicine. These three modules are combined together to offer you 8 CEU/ PDA/ CPD.

     

    Module 1: Treating Blood Stasis and Dead Blood (2 CEU / PDA / CPD)

    Goals and Objectives:

    • Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treating Bi Syndrome (4 CEU / PDA / CPD)
      1. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify the five basic kinds of Bi Syndrome and their various manifestations. 
      2. Students will understand what treatments are appropriate for the different kinds of Bi syndrome.
      3. Students will be able modify treatments according to the patient and situation.
      4. Students will understand how to advise patients on lifestyle changes and diet as they relate to Bi Syndrome
    • Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treatment of Fractures (2 CEU / PDA / CPD)
      1. Students will understand the differences in the theory and practice of treating fractures in traditional Eastern and modern Western medicine.
      2. Students will be able to list and detail the Four Stages of fracture healing.
      3. Students will be able to identify the treatment principles and the appropriate therapies and herbal formulas used in the different stages of fracture healing.
      4. Students will learn what lifestyle changes (diet, exercise etc.) need to be made to support fracture healing.
    • Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treating Blood Stasis and Dead Blood (2 CEU / PDA / CPD)
      1. Students will be able to distinguish between blood stasis and dead blood and effectively apply the principles of treating blood stasis and dead blood.
      2. Students will be able to identify and utilize the key formulas for blood stasis due to injury.
      3. Students will be able to identify the different categories of medicinals used to treat dead blood and effectively employ them to modify herbal formulae.
      4. Student will gain an understanding of the role of Cold Damage in the formation of dead blood and how to effectively employ the key Shang Han Lun formulae in the treatment of blood stasis and dead blood.
    D7 Presenter: 
    Tom Bisio

    Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treating Blood Stasis and Dead Blood

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    Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treating Blood Stasis and Dead Blood
    CTCMA; 2 CEU, Category B3 - AACMA: 2 CPD points allocated
    California Provider 591, 2 CEU; Category 1
    NCCAOM 553-549; 2 PDA AOM-AC - Florida 50-8743; 20-649691, 2.0 CEU GEN
    Texas Provider CAE00011; 2 CAE GEN - Alberta CAAA 2.0 CEU
    IIllinois (225.000020) 2 CEU

    Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treatment of Fractures

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    Distance
    Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treatment of Fractures
    CTCMA; 2 CEU, Category B3 - AACMA: 2 CPD points allocated
    California Provider 591, 2 CEU; Category 1
    NCCAOM 553-551; 2 PDA AOM-AC - Florida 50-8743; 20-649689, 2.0 CEU GEN
    Texas Provider CAE00011; 2 CAE GEN - Alberta CAAA 2.0 CEU
    IIllinois (225.000020) 2 CEU

    Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treating Bi Syndrome

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    Distance
    Advanced Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treating Bi Syndrome
    CTCMA; 4 CEU, Category B3 - AACMA: 4 CPD points allocated
    California Provider 591, 4 CEU; Category 1
    NCCAOM 553-550; 4 PDA AOM-AC - Florida 50-8743; 20-649687, 4.0 CEU GEN
    Texas Provider CAE00011; 4 CAE GEN - Alberta CAAA 4.0 CEU
    IIllinois (225.000020) 4 CEU

    Chinese Emergency Medicine for Sports and Martial Arts: Principles of Revival and the Use of Vital Points

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    553-516
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    12-17-2018 through 12-31-2021
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    Chinese Emergency Medicine for Sports and Martial Arts: Principles of Revival and the Use of Vital Pointsimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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    This class presents the theory and practice of revival principles, acupuncture points and methods for a wide variety of martial arts and sport injuries as well as emergency situations such as Qi shock, syncope (fainting), heart attack, stroke, drowning and breathlessness. A priceless part of traditional emergency medicine, many of these principles are rarely taught outside of martial traditions. The theory and practice of revival principles are presented systematically, and the more complex protocols are introduced.

    Chinese Emergency Medicine for Sports and Martial Arts: Principles of Revival and the Use of Vital Points

    - plus a 27 page article: Vital Points, Revival Methods and Chinese Medicine by Tom Bisio

     

    Outline

    • Introduction to Revival Principles
    • 10 Key Revival Points
    • Qi Shock: Positioning the Patient, Sleeping Snake Revival Method, and Syncope (Vaso-Vagal Faint)
    • 10 Kidney and Groin Injury Revival Methods
    • Revival Methods for Chokes and Blows to the Carotid Sinus and Revival Techniques for Injuries to the Neck, Head, and Brain, Blows to the Solar Plexus and Palpitations
    • Revival Principles for Injury to the Heart, Drowning & Wind-Stroke
    • Revival Protocols for Heatstroke & Emergency Treatments for Breathlessness and Nosebleeds and Emergency Treatments for Migraine Headache, Toothache and Rib Pain
    • Herbal Formulae for Revival and Question on Qi Gong and Qi Shock
    D7 Presenter: 
    Tom Bisio

    Chinese Emergency Medicine for Sports and Martial Arts: Principles of Revival and the Use of Vital Points

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    Chinese Emergency Medicine for Sports and Martial Arts: Principles of Revival and the Use of Vital Points
    CTCMA; 2 CEU, Category B3 - AACMA: 2 CPD points allocated
    Florida Provider 50-8743; 20-635471, 2 CEU GENERAL
    California 591; 2 CEU, Category 1 - Alberta CAAA; 2 CEU - NZRA; 2 CEU
    Texas Provider CAE00011; 2 CAE AC
    NCCAOM ACHB 553-516; 2 PDA AOM-AC - Massachusetts 2.0

    Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treatment of Injuries with Chinese Medicine

    NCCAOM Details
    553-515
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    12-17-2018 through 12-31-2021
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    Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treatment of Injuries with Chinese Medicineimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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    In this class you will learn the theory and treatment of sports injuries and orthopedic conditions. The three stages of injury are discussed in detail, using a multi-modality approach to treatment and healing that gets immediate and clinically effective results. Liniments, poultices and plasters (gao), herbal soaks, and pre-made internal formulas will be discussed in detail, and you will learn how to combine these therapies with acupuncture, tui na, guasha and cupping. You will learn when each type of therapy is appropriate, and how to use each therapeutic modality.

    Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treatment of Injuries with Chinese Medicine

    Plus: 32 Page Extract from A Tooth From the Tiger’s Mouth: How to Treat Your Injuries with Powerful Healing Secrets of the Great Chinese Warriors by Tom Bisio

     

    Part 1: Introduction and Foundational Principles

    1. Introduction to Gong Fu Sports Medicine
    2. Four Pillars of Chinese Sports Medicine and Introduction to Stages of Injury

     

    Part 2: Western Perspectives on Treating Injuries

    1. Western Perspectives on Treating Injuries Part 1: Four Stages of Inflammation and Tissue Repair
    2. Western Perspectives on Treating Injuries Part 2: Treatment Principles & R.I.C.E.
    3. Western Perspectives on Treating Injuries Part 3: Anti-Inflammatories & Corticosteroids

     

    Part 3: Chinese Perspective on Treating Injuries

    1. Chinese Perspective on Treating Injuries Part 1: Foundation
    2. Chinese Perspective on Treating Injuries Part 2: Analogy of the Beaver Dam
    3. Chinese Perspective on Treating Injuries Part 3: Analyzing an Injury

     

    Part 4: Treating Stage 1 Injuries: Acute Stage

    1. Basic Principles of Treating 1st Stage Soft Tissue Injuries
    2. Poultices & Plasters (Gao): San Huang San and using different Mediums to make a Gao
    3. Poultices & Plasters (Gao): Die Da San and Commercially Available Plasters for Acute 1st Stage Injury
    4. Liniments: Die Da Jiu, San Huang Liniment and Commercially Available Liniments for Acute 1st Stage Injury
    5. Liniments – Black Eye Treatment
    6. Internal Herbs – Die Da Wan
    7. Internal Herbs – Qi Li San & Yunnan Baiyao
    8. Dietary Considerations and Exercise

     

    Part 5: Treating Stage 2 Injuries: Sub-Acute Stage

    1. Basic Principles of Treating 2nd Stage Soft Tissue Injuries
    2. Poultices & Plasters (Gao): Ru Yi Jin Huang Gao and Die Da San
    3. Commercially Available Plasters for Sub- Acute 2nd Stage Injuries
    4. Tendon Lotion and Commercially Available Liniments
    5. Herbal soaks, Steams & Compresses
    6. Ointments
    7. Internal Herbs
    8. Life Style Considerations

     

    Part 6: Treating Stage 3 Injuries: Chronic Stage

    1. Basic Principles of Treating 3rd Stage Soft Tissue Injuries
    2. Bone-Sinew Gao
    3. Commercially available Plasters for Chronic 3rd Stage Injuries
    4. Warming Soak & 3rd Stage Liniments
    5. Internal Herbs – Xiao Huo Luo Dan
    D7 Presenter: 
    Tom Bisio

    Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treatment of Injuries with Chinese Medicine

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    Distance
    Gong Fu Sports Medicine: Treatment of Injuries with Chinese Medicine
    CTCMA; 5 CEU, Category B3 - AACMA: 5 CPD points allocated
    Texas Provider CAE00011; 5 GEN AC - Alberta CAAA 5.0 CEU - AcNZ 5.0 CEU
    California 591; 5 CEU, Category 1 - IIllinois (225.000020) 5 CEU
    Florida 50-8743; 20-635461, 5 CEU - Massachusetts (5 AC)
    NCCAOM ACHB 553-515; 5 PDA AOM-AC