Monday, January 10, 2011
Japanese Acupuncture Video update .
we are extremely focused on providing more easily accessible resources
for and developing a greater understanding of the clinical practice of
As such http://worldacupuncture.com
is currently undergoing a major upgrade and we are very excited about
providing our members with the best virtual opportunity possible to
develop improved skills, theoretical understanding and clinical acumen
in the practice of Japanese acupuncture/Meridian therapy.
To find out about some of the more obvious benefits of shallow needling please view the short video below.
At http://worldacupuncture.com we are kicking off the year with a deeper exploration into pulse diagnosis, a video series exclusive to members of http://worldacupuncture.com .
VIDEO: Pulse Diagnosis: Exploring Its Integration Into The Treatment Sequence, Part 1; Posted 7/1/11
The first part of a new series that explores pulse diagnosis. You will learn about:
1. Arranging the patient correctly for the procedure,
2. Placing your fingers in the right positions on the radial artery,
3. Using the right surface of the fingers,
4. Applying a basic comparative method to gain usable diagnostic information.
You will also see a demonstration of higher-level pulse taking by Alan.
VIDEO: Pulse Diagnosis: Exploring Its Integration
Into The Treatment Sequence, Part 2; Posted 7/1/11
the second part of this series on pulse, Alan interprets his pulse
findings from part 1. This provides a clear example of the essential
task of translating pulse data into general diagnostic information.
Also in this video:
1. How to spot constitutional liver deficiency by inspecting the ears,
2. A method of treating spleen deficiency,
3. The why and how of using PC-7 to treat the spleen,
4. Good finger technique for very shallow needling,
5. How to finish your needling technique.
a big welcome to our newest members!
We'd love to learn a bit more about you
on the http://www.worldacupuncture.com/members/cfmbb/forums.cfm , so pop in, say hi and meet your colleagues from all corners of the planet.
Before Christmas I was able to record several interviews with colleagues from many corners of the globe.
Francisco in Luxembourg, Andy in New Jersey, Jiri in Prague and Adam in San Diego, all contributing to a more global understanding of traditional acupuncture.
the first of these interviews, Adam talks about the journey from
graduation to his present practice at the Awakenings Health Institute http://www.awakeningshealth.org/
where in addition to general practice, he specializes in treatment to
aid the recovery of victims of severe spinal and brain injury.
find out more about his adventures and his unique career path in the
practice of acupuncture, please click on the video link below:
If you are hungry to get better results in your acupuncture practice join us at http://worldacupuncture.com , we believe improved treatment outcomes are the key to clinical success and longevity in the practice of acupuncture.
Wishing you a prodigiously prosperous and minimally stressful 2011,
Jansson is an internationally recognized teacher and practitioner of
Traditional Japanese Acupuncture. For over 15 years, independent of
and in conjunction with Masakazu Ikeda sensei and Edward Obaidey, Alan
has presented, convened and hosted more than 50 Japanese Acupuncture
workshops in Australia, New Zealand, USA and the Czech Republic.
Driven by a strong desire to promote the consumer friendly nature,
clinical efficacy and potency of Meridian Based Japanese Acupuncture,
Alan is a staunch advocate of practically based workshops and draws
upon his 25 years clinical experience and 15 years post and
undergraduate teaching in a concerted effort to lift the bar globally in
the clinical application of this most amazing medical art.
Join us in Exploring the Japanese Acupuncture in the 21st century at http://www.worldacupuncture.com