Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling Technique
In this two-days seminar, Dr. Wu will introduce how FSN works and discuss its classical and scientific background. He will also demonstrate the FSN technique on patients, and conduct hands-on practice on how to use and manipulate the technique.
Contents of the seminar
– What is FSN?
– Structure of the FSN needle and applicator
– Clinical application of FSN
– How to use FSN
– Finding Trigger Points
– Needle insertion
– Retention of needle
– Where to insert FSN
– How does FSN work (Ancient acupuncture techniques, Wrist-ankle acupuncture)
– What happened around subcutaneous areas (Scientific and biomedical explanation)
– Side effects and precaution
Jidong Wu has worked as professor at Nanjing University of TCM and moved to England in 1993. Since then he has been academically and clinically active in the Chinese medicine field. He has worked as the program leader of BSc TCM at Middlesex University – which is the first Chinese medicine degree program in Europe and worked as a lecturer and professional adviser. Since 1994 he has been practicing TCM in London and Cambrigde and specializes in acupuncture.
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.
- NVA A, Zhong (Cat.1), NWP, LVNT, VBAG
Dates & Time
10 am – 17 pm (1 hour break)
Geldersekade 67, 1011 EK Amsterdam
Levels of experience
- Acupuncturist, or final year student
Number of participants
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