CEU Events: Outside Southwest Acupuncture College
Ortho Sport Acupuncture Class focusing on the Neck, Back and Hips
with Chad Bong MS., L.OM, L.MT, CSCS.
The class will focus on the treatment of sports injuries and common pain patterns of the neck, back, and hips seen in the acupuncture clinic.
• 2 day, 14 NCCOAM CEU's
• May 4th & 5th, 2019
• Casper, WY
• Register by April 12, 2019 for early bird professional and student discounts.
• *Professional $320 *Student $265
• REGISTER for the class and find more details, including lodging discounts, here: http://wyoas.org/registration.html
• Every registrant will be entered to win a $290 NCCAOM Voucher!
• Please email alishabynum[at]gmail[dot]com if you have any questions.
About our teacher: Chad Bong practices at Philadelphia Sports Acupuncture and the University of Pennsylvania Student Health Center. He also teaches at the WON Institute near Philadelphia and Tristate College of Acupuncture in New York City. He continues to assist Whitfield Reaves in teaching sports medicine acupuncture around the world. Chad completed a 6-month apprenticeship with Whitfield Reaves in 2007, after which he was a contributing author of The Acupuncture Handbook for Sports Injuries and Pain. Whitfield and Chad have published multiple articles on sports injuries in various acupuncture journals. Chad has also completed seminars in sports medicine acupuncture with Matt Calison and Frank He.
Santa Fe Campus CEU Events
Past Santa Fe Campus CEU Events
Southwest Acupuncture College Continuing Education Program Presents NCCAOM Approved Motor Point Acupuncture Techinques for Myofascial Pain of the Upper Body and Neck with Dr. YuShu Cheng D.O.M.
Southwest Acupuncture College - Santa Fe, NM Campus
July 14, 2018 - July 15, 2018
Neck, shoulder and upper body pain an motor dysfunction are soe of hte most clinical complaints encountered in an acupuncture practice. During this intensive 15hr seminar Dr. Cheng covered anatomy, symptomology and assessment of 32 upper body and neck musles tha commonly cause clinical complaints. Location, safe needling, and tui na techniques for treatment of motor points to address all of these 32 muscles will be taught through demonstraton, hands on instruction, and supervised practice.
Boulder Campus CEU Events
DISTAL METHOD ACUPUNCTURE WITH NATE MOHLER
Distal Method Acupuncture: Part I - March 16th, 2019
This course will provide an introduction to Distal Method Acupuncture as practiced by Nate Mohler. It is a primarily theory-led class that will cover channel relationships as taught in the Tan/Tung systems, select Tung Points, several classical distal acupuncture methods and how to incorporate these together clinically. This first part of the course details the basic theories and methods and will cover treating pain with Distal Method Acupuncture
Distal Method Acupuncture: Part II - March 17th, 2019
This course, like the Part I course, is mainly theory led and will provide an introduction to more advanced concepts of Distal Method Acupuncture as practiced by Nate Mohler. It will cover Meridian Conversion with Bagua Balancing to treat complex conditions. Additionally, it will cover the basics for using the Magic 12 Points theory clinically. Finally, the class will detail how to incorporate herbal medicine with the practice of Distal Method Acupuncture.
Goals and objectives:
Develop an understanding of Circuit Balancing and the use of the Bagua in Meridian Conversion
Develop an understanding of how to treat specific internal diseases with Bagua Meridian Conversion
Develop an understanding of how to integrate Distal Method Acupuncture with Herbal Medicine Treatments
Develop an understanding of How to incorporate Classical Chinese Acupuncture techniques with Distal Method Acupuncture techniques
15 NCCAOM CEU's Approved!
Early Bird Rates (register by 2/22/19)
*Professional $320 *Alumni / SWAC Students $256
Registration after 2/22/19
* Professional $400 *Alumni / SWAC Students $320
Registration is now open!
Distal Method Acupuncture Registration Form
Nate is an acupuncturist, herbalist, and professor of Chinese medicine. He graduated with his Masters in Oriental Medicine from East-West College of Natural Medicine in 2003. After graduating he started a practice in Sarasota, FL and eventually taught at East-West College of Natural Medicine until 2010. In 2011, he moved to Colorado where he began working for the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, CO, teaching in classroom and supervising the student clinic. Subsequently, he began working at Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, CO as an associate professor teaching acupuncture and traditional Chinese plant medicine along with supervising in the student clinic. In addition to working for acupuncture schools, he directs Shuhari Health Works, an outlet for practicing acupuncture and teaching workshops in the use of Distal Acupuncture Method and herbal medicine.
When not in the classroom or training martial arts you can expect to find him exploring and cataloguing medicinal plants in the Four Corners states.