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Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA) in Rehab with a Focus on Walking Disabilities and Disturbances of Equilibrium

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Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA) in Rehab with a Focus on Walking Disabilities and Disturbances of Equilibrium

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Walking is a very important ability in rehabilitation. A patient that fails to walk will develop many more syndromes which will worsen his situation. Therefore, it is very important to bring the patient to a state that he can walk by himself.

In this webinar David teaches you the combination of points that will assist the patient with walking problems.

David teaches the muscles that are important for walking so the practitioner will know what to take into account when treating these types of patients.

He teaches the rehabilitation approach in neurological disorders such as:

  • Symptoms of neurological disturbances which stem from various diseases.
  • Conditions of various functional disturbances.
  • Chronic or acute pain (back pain, pain in the legs, hands, arms, neck etc).

Goals & Objectives

  1. The participant will learn the YNSA needling points necessary for walking disorders.
  2. The student will learn how YNSA is applied to a patient with neurological disease and how that can help in rehabilitation.
  3. The student will learn what is an accurate walking pattern.

Goals & Objectives

  1. The participant will learn the YNSA needling points necessary for walking disorders.
  2. The student will learn how YNSA is applied to a patient with neurological disease and how that can help in rehabilitation.
  3. The student will learn what is an accurate walking pattern.
Catalog: 
Pending: 
NCCAOM AOM-AC: 
3.00
Texas General Acupuncture: 
3.00
Massachusetts Core Knowledge: 
3.00
Florida General: 
3.00
California Category : 
Category 1

David Bomzon is a Chinese medicine therapist and lecturer who specializes in acupuncture in neurological rehabilitation (neuroacupuncture) and is considered to be the leading authority on rehabilitative acupuncture in Israel. 

David graduated from “East-West College for Classical Chinese Medicine” in Tel-Aviv, Israel in 2006 and is a former student of Dr Toshikatsu Yamamoto, the discoverer of Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA).

David established the “Pnima Center” in 2007, the largest community clinic in Israel for Integrative Chinese medicine, which combines classical Chinese medicine and YNSA with western medicine. The “Pnima Center” is a unique support center which provides continuing professional enrichment, as well as professional guidance to new graduates and experienced practitioners in the field of complementary medicine.

David is the lead acupuncturist in the Rehabilitation Department, Bnai-Zion Medical Center in Haifa, Israel and he is involved in clinical research which is investigating the benefits of YNSA in neurological rehabilitation. 

As a leading authority on YNSA in Israel, David is regularly invited to lecture on YNSA at professional gatherings and conferences around the world.

In 2015, David also opened the “Pnima International School of Scalp Acupuncture”. which holds live and delivers online YNSA workshops and in 2020 David published a book titled “Clinical Handbook of Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture”

Throughout his career as a therapist, lecturer, and mentor, David has pushed for the integral combination of acupuncture, Chinese medicine and scalp acupuncture.



$75.00 USD

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Course Reviews

This topic was really interesting and awesome! Everyone should watch it! I use YNSA in my practice everyday for the pain condition and I would recommend everyone to learn about this! It is fantastic! David Bomzon is a great teacher! ~ Charles

I've attended the live seminar; it was very informative and satisfactory. Highly recommended... ~ Erk