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Mazzanti AcuOsteo method®: a personal integration and clinical approach

Lower limbs Musculoskeletal Pain – pathology and treatment by Acupuncture and Osteopathy

18&19, May 2024
  • Umberto Mazzanti

Seminar description:
Musculoskeletal pain is one of the most frequent reason for consultation in my own clinic.
In my experience, Acupuncture and Osteopathic medicine are two effective techniques and they are synergistic in treating pain.
Often pain is generically reported to a small or a widespread area of a joint, together with somewhat rigidity and it can be difficult to identify the Acupuncture Channel interested by a musculoskeletal pain.
Osteopathic manipulative treatment’s aim is to bring back joints in their physiological position, reduce pain and limitation of the movement, and help to identify the channel that needs to be treated with Acupuncture.
– Pathophysiology and Diagnosis of pain in TCM and Osteopathic medicine.

– The musculoskeletal pain: the crucial role of the Secondary Channels
– Description of Muscle and Connecting Channels: functions and methods of treatment
– Mazzanti AcuOsteo method®: therapy by Acupuncture and Osteopathic Manipulations (OMT) on lower
limbs musculoskeletal pain.
The therapeutic spectrum includes:
– Hip pain
– Knee pain
– Ankle pain

Day 1 program
– Joint pain in TCM and in Osteopathic medicine.
– Musculoskeletal pain: etiology, clinical features and treatment by distal, local, adjacent and etiological
– The role of the Secondary Muscle channels and Connecting channels in musculoskeletal pain: definition,
characteristics, clinical features and treatment with Acupuncture.
– Principles of OMT.
– Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatment with Acupuncture and OMT on lower limb pain – PART 1: Hip pain

Day 2 program
– Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatment with Acupuncture and OMT on lower limb pain – PART 2: Knee pain.
– Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatment with Acupuncture and OMT on lower limb pain – PART 3: Ankle pain.

  • Umberto Mazzanti

Shenzhou student: 15%
External TCM student 5%
(Limited places available for students)
Please see the payment and registration conditions for seminars in the registration form.

  • Zhong is requested
Dates & Time
18&19, May 2024
10 am – 17 pm (1 hour break)
Shenzhou Open University of TCM
Geldersekade 67, 1011 EK Amsterdam
Levels of experience
  • Acupuncturist, or final year student
Number of participants
The minimum number of participants required is 20.

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