Sinew Channels: Theory & Live Impromptu Cases
Friday, March 23 – Saturday, March 24, 2018
Friday & Saturday Seminar Times:
Opening remarks @ 8:30am
Seminar start @ 9:00am
Seminar ends @ 5:30pm
This seminar is limited to 100 registrants. Register early to secure your spot!
Do you ever feel that you don’t quite nail the treatment of an injury? Do you ever wonder why some injuries don’t respond well to acupuncture or don’t resolve after a number of treatments? Do you find that some treatment protocols work short-term but then the pain recurs? The successful, conclusive and lasting treatment of an injury be it acute or chronic is dependent on correct diagnosis of the Sinew Channel affected and of the underlying systemic factors that allowed the injury to become chronic.
The Sinew Channels (Tendinomuscular Channels) bring Wei (defensive) Qi to the entire surface of the body. These channels and Wei Qi were first mentioned in the classical texts, the Ling Shu (Chapter 13) and Su Wen (Chapter 43).
In clinic, treatment of the Sinews dramatically speed recovery after injuries and surgeries, burns, breaks and fractures.
Once the correct diagnosis is made, protocols to free trapped Wei Qi in the affected Sinew Channel can result in seemingly miraculous, staggering results in the clinic.
What you will learn:
This two day seminar will allow participants to better understand and practice Sinew Channel treatments. The focus will be on the treatment of chronic injuries. Practitioners will:
- Learn the theory of Sinew Channels.
- Learn how to correctly diagnose the affected Sinew Channel (which is not always related to the location of the initial injury)
- Learn protocols to successfully treat sinews
- Observe live case studies of many patients
With study and practice, practitioners will acquire the confidence to reliably treat the following conditions:
- Pathogenic factors trapped in the musculoskeletal level resulting in pain, stiffness, tightness, weakness, numbness, neuropathy, allergies, digestive issues, mood disorders, hypersensitivity to weather and temperature.
- Acute and chronic injuries.
- New and old scars from surgery or burns
- The misalignment of joints, as in the case of bunions, for example.
Ann Cecil-Sterman, MS, L.Ac, is the author of the widely acclaimed books, The Art of Pulse Diagnosis and Advanced Acupuncture: A Clinic Manual, a required text in many acupuncture schools in the United States. She travels all over the world including Spain, England, Mexico, Italy, Australia, Canada, Switzerland and all over the United States to teach the application and methodology of the channels of acupuncture, the art of pulse diagnosis. She also teaches the use of food as medicine with her husband Andrew Sterman.