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Upcoming Events

June 26-27, 2021

The Spinal Column - Anatomy & Cadaver Lab

Module I - Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification Webinar Program

Matt Callison
Matt Callison
Brian Lau
Brian Lau
 

The Spinal Column - Anatomy & Cadaver Lab

Module I - Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification Webinar Program

with Matt Callison and Brian Lau

June 26-27, 2021

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Overview

This 2-day anatomy and cadaver webinar is an amazing integration of sports medicine functional anatomy and TCM channel sinews (jingjin) theory. Each day of this workshop is divided into distinct morning and afternoon sessions. The morning session consists of didactic presentations on Functional Anatomy and Anatomy of the Sinew Channels that are integrated to focus on the functional relationship between neuromuscular anatomy and the myofascial jingjin tissues and their relationship to the spinal column. This information is followed by the afternoon session that consists of: 1) Assessment, 2) Motor Point Location and Protocols, 3) Cadaver Presentations.



Outline

  • June 26, 2021 - 8am PDT, 11am EDT (4 hrs)
    Introduction and Functional Anatomy: The Spinal Column. Anatomy and functional movement of the spinal column.Introduction to Anatomy of the Sinew Channels. Topography and tissues involved of the associated jingjin and functional anatomy.
  • June 27, 2021 - 8am PDT, 11am EDT (4 hrs)
    Functional Anatomy: The Spinal Column. Anatomy and functional movement of the spinal column.Anatomy of the Sinew Channels. Topography and tissues involved of the associated jingjin and functional anatomy.
  • June 26, 2021 - 1pm PDT, 4pm EDT (4 hrs)
    Instruction for assessing areas that the practitioner will need to understand that are directly associated with the spinal column.Motor point location Lab-instruction for acupuncture and motor points that the practitioner will need to understand that is directly associated with the spinal column and vertebral fixations.Cadaver Lab- Cadaver specimen views are presented relevant and directly associated with the spinal column and vertebral fixations.
  • June 27, 2021 - 1pm PDT, 4pm EDT (4 hrs)
    Instruction for assessing areas that the practitioner will need to understand that are directly associated with the spinal column.Motor Point Location Lab-Motor point location instruction for acupuncture and motor points that the practitioner will need to understand that is directly associated with the spinal column and vertebral fixations.Cadaver Lab Cadaver specimen views are presented relevant and directly associated with the spinal column and vertebral fixations.

Your Teachers

Matt Callison

Matt Callison

Matt Callison is a renowned instructor and published author of the Motor Points and Acupuncture Meridians Chart and quintessential texts such as the Motor Point Index (MPI) Reference Guide and Sports Medicine Acupuncture: An Integrated Approach Combining Sports Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine. He has over 27 years of experience in sports medicine and acupuncture.

Brian Lau

Brian Lau

Brian Lau, AP, CSMA, is certified in both Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Structural Integration. He has been on faculty since 2013 with the Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification (SMAC) program, where he teaches anatomy and physiology, assessment and treatment of the channel sinews (jingjin), and myofascial release.


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Sports Medicine



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Sports Acupuncture
Anatomy
Cadaver


July 24-25, 2021

SMAC - The Spinal Column - Postural Assessment & Corrective Exercise (PACE I)

Ian Armstrong
Ian Armstrong
Matt Callison
Matt Callison
Brian Lau
Brian Lau
 

SMAC - The Spinal Column - Postural Assessment & Corrective Exercise (PACE I)

with Ian Armstrong, Matt Callison, and Brian Lau

July 24-25, 2021

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Overview

This 2-day cutting-edge course will teach the practitioner how to assess postural dysfunction and prescribe therapeutic exercises for muscle and channel imbalances that have directly contributed to the patient's injury. This course will teach important skills to prescribe exercises in the management of their patient’s health care. Exercising different body parts simultaneously in specific and coordinated motions activates the myofascial jingjin so that form and function can align. The practitioner will learn to integrate acupuncture protocols with exercise prescription, including intra-dermal needle prescriptions on the Extraordinary Vessel master points to alleviate discomfort, increase proprioception and enhance clinical outcomes.



Outline

  • July 24, 2021 - 8am PDT, 11am EDT (4 hrs)
    Introduction to PACE I. Triplanar approach.Discussion of spinal bends, offsets and vertebral fixations affecting functional movement.
  • July 24, 2021 - 1pm PDT, 4pm EDT (4 hrs)
    Discussion of spinal bends, offsets and vertebral fixations affecting functional movement.Exercises for the spinal imbalances. Extraordinary vessel points to enhance treatment.
  • July 25, 2021 - 8am PDT, 11am EDT (4 hrs)
    Review of Day 1. Introduction of lateral view of spinal functional movementLateral view of spinal functional movement. Sinew channels affected.
  • July 25, 2021 - 1pm PDT, 4pm EDT (4 hrs)
    Exercises for the spinal imbalances. Extraordinary vessel points to enhance treatment.Exercises for the spinal imbalances. Extraordinary vessel points to enhance treatment. Question and answer

Your Teachers

Ian Armstrong

Ian Armstrong

Ian is an experienced teacher of both the Treatment of Orthopedic Disorders (TOD) and Advanced TOD classes at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and current supervisor at the RIMAC center at the University of California San Diego where he supervises acupuncture students in treatment of UCSD collegiate athletes working alongside the athletic trainers.

Matt Callison

Matt Callison

Matt Callison is a renowned instructor and published author of the Motor Points and Acupuncture Meridians Chart and quintessential texts such as the Motor Point Index (MPI) Reference Guide and Sports Medicine Acupuncture: An Integrated Approach Combining Sports Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine. He has over 27 years of experience in sports medicine and acupuncture.

Brian Lau

Brian Lau

Brian Lau, AP, CSMA, is certified in both Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Structural Integration. He has been on faculty since 2013 with the Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification (SMAC) program, where he teaches anatomy and physiology, assessment and treatment of the channel sinews (jingjin), and myofascial release.

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SMAC Webinar Program - Module III (Lower Extremity) - Course 4
Postural Assessment and Corrective Exercise
Ian Armstrong
Ian Armstrong
Matt Callison
Matt Callison
Brian Lau
Brian Lau
SMAC Webinar Program - Module III (Lower Extremity) - Course 3
Assessment & Treatment of the Channel Sinews
Matt Callison
Matt Callison
Brian Lau
Brian Lau
SMAC Webinar Program - Module III (Lower Extremity) - Course 1
Anatomy & Cadaver Lab
Matt Callison
Matt Callison
Brian Lau
Brian Lau
Acupuncture Sports Medicine Webinar Series - Course 4
Frozen Shoulder: Pain and Decreased Range of Motion
Whitfield Reaves
Whitfield Reaves
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