In de loop van de jaren is er steeds meer bekend geworden over de Extra Meridianen. Oude inzichten zijn vertaald en er zijn vele boeken geschreven die deze intrigerende meridianen van allerlei kanten belichten. In dit seminar gaan wij in op de nieuwste ontwikkelingen en wordt het fysieke, mentale en spirituele aspect onderzocht en speciale naaldtechnieken voor de extra meridianen aangeleerd.
Recent studies have indicated that the remaining problems of patients after a COVID-19 infection need to be addressed. Even in the severe and complicated cases, where COVID-19 has caused damages of heart, lung, liver, kidney and brain, the integrated therapies of traditional Chinese medicine can help to reduce the suffering of the patients. The seminar will show possibilities for effectively dealing with COVID-19 aftercare will be beneficial for the work of acupuncturists, herbalists, dieticians, massage therapists, exercise trainers and lifestyle consultants.
This is the most common morbidity in our moderate, sea climate; especially in young children. Weather influences but also genetic factors such as allergies, act on our susceptibility. Asthma has been increasing steadily over the last decades. Which factors play a role here?
Annually many people die of the flu, which is transmitted by air. Also, chronic diseases such as COPD, and cancer, will be addressed, as well as the current ‘flu’, the corona epidemic.
One of the major aims of integration of Western medicine knowledge into the education of practitioners of acupuncture, TCM, tuina etcetera is to recognize possible hazardous conditions in patients, so-called red flags. Red flags are signs and symptoms that should alarm the Non-BIG-registered health care professional to refer a patient to the huisarts (GP) or to an emergency.
Cases, introduced by not only the lecturer but as well by participants, will build the framework of this highly interactive seminar. The lecturer shall provide a choice of anamnestic data, findings at physical examination and at basic laboratory testing as it can be performed by the practitioner, data from medical reports that patients might show their practitioner and pictures to challenge the participants to get into the discussion. Each participant is asked to prepare a case to be introduced to other participants. (However, not all cases will be discussed.) There will be an opportunity to share experiences.
Musculoskeletal pain is one of the most frequent reasons 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 widespread area of a joint, together with some rigidity and it can be difficult to identify the Acupuncture Channel involved in 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.
Learning how to use the 8 extraordinary channels
Inner alchemy: the 8 extra channels (8ex) provide us with a deep understanding of the process of development and regulation. They are the basis for the meeting of Shen and Jing. All the regulation processes, especially hormonal changes, including fertility and ageing, CNS (Center Nervous System) and many neurological diseases are all related to the 8ex.
Clinically, they give us the foundation to treat many complicated and common conditions as well as understanding the flow of Qi from our ancestral lineage, prenatal life and daily regulation of Wei Qi and Ying Qi.
Vaccinations have been developed to eradicate common childhood infectious diseases. A major question is: what was their real effect in a society that also improved in the last century our hygiene, nutrition and housing quality? This requires a long-term historical analysis.
The current debate centres around the safety of vaccines. What precautions may need to be taken to provide a safe intervention balanced with the risks of the infection itself?
And what is the role of informed consent and parental attitudes about exerting the UN human right of ‘having the health care of choice’?
Also, the current potential of science to identify risk groups for vaccination adverse reactions will be presented.
In this theoretical-viewed and diagnostic-orientated seminar, Dr. Yang will generally introduce the historical development of the understanding of infectious diseases and epidemic diseases alongside with several outstanding ancient doctors who contributed their observations and theories in different diagnostic systems.
The knowledge of the seminar will give a clear overview of the pathological development of infectious and epidemic diseases and will let participants gain the ability of a decent diagnosis for this group of diseases.
Paediatrics part 2: Adolescence.
In many ways, the ‘jump’ or growth-spurt to autonomy by adolescents poses challenges for both themselves and their parents and teachers.
Which are the processes in their mental and physical development which drive these ‘jumps’?
And which factors make them stronger and also more vulnerable than in the years of childhood?
And how they can be guided in dialogue in their development towards adulthood?
Participants are invited to present cases that provided questions and answers to these young patients.
In an active participating context, they will be discussed, so we can learn all from each other.