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Bhupendra Techniques Seminar, New Delhi, India, 1997
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Bhupendra Techniques Seminar, New Delhi, India, 1997

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Bhupendra Techniques Program

This Program offers a unique approach to acupuncture treatment. It synthesizes the modern western scientific model with the ancient Chinese knowledge and Indian concepts of Chakras and Kundalini yoga to regenerate vitality, promote wellness, and counter the aging process. Bhupendra Techniques helps reactivate the body cells and tissues in order to regenerate and reorganize its vital energy in health and dis-ease. These techniques have been developed by Dr. B.K. Singh based on his medical knowledge, research, and experience while treating thousands of patients worldwide during thirty five years of his medical practice. Many Western doctors are using these techniques, concepts, and points in their daily practice with excellent results, as it is easy to learn and practice. This course also provides an opportunity for Acupuncture practitioners to refresh and upgrade their theoretical and practical knowledge.

Prerequisite
TCM and Acupuncture Practitioners


Curriculum Level 1

Seminar on Bhupendra Techniques in Nordic Acupuncture Training Centre, Oslo, Norway, May 9th - 12th 2008
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Seminar on Bhupendra Techniques in Nordic Acupuncture Training Centre, Oslo, Norway, May 9th - 12th 2008
US $450 (24 hr.)
Four day condensed course, two consecutive Saturdays and Sundays


First Day

  1. Introduction
  2. History and origins of Acupuncture
  3. Evil Theory
  4. Indian Traditions and Culture with reference to Acupuncture
  5. Origin and Development of Yoga-Assans, Om, etc.
  6. Kundalini Yoga with reference to Acupuncture
  7. Indian Nadis & Chinese Meridians


Second Day

  1. Selection of points according to nerve supply and muscle action
  2. Modern scientific theories
  3. Bhupendra techniques of stimulation
  4. Bhupendra techniques of massage
  5. Bhupendra theory of waste-end products


Third Day

Demonstrating Bhupendra Techniques in Oslo, Norway, May 2008
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Demonstrating Bhupendra Techniques in Oslo, Norway, May 2008
  1. Acuvaccination
  2. Treatment of Aging
  3. Traditional Chinese Medicine Diagnosis


Fourth Day

  1. Pulse Diagnosis


Level 2

US $450 (24 hrs)
Four days condensed course, two consecutive Saturdays and Sundays


Fifth day

  1. Preparation of the Patient
  2. Posture
  3. Needling
  4. Time of Therapy
  5. Identification, location, insertion, indications, and stimulation of Bhupendra points.
I. Bhupendra “T1” and “T2” for oligospermia and azoospermia


Sixth Day

II. Bhupendra “P” for male sexual problems.
III. Bhupendra “N” for asthma, coryza, and rhinitis.
IV. Bhupendra “S1” and “S2” for sinusitis.
V. Bhupendra “B” for underdeveloped or drooping breast, and gynaecomastia.
VI. Bhupendra “OM” for ptosis and ocular myopathy


Seventh Day

VII. Bhupendra “Tonsils” for tonsillitis and sub-mandibular gland problem.
XI. Bhupendra "C" for treatment of cervical spondylosis, spondylitis, neurological deficits, and pain in the upper extremity
VIII. Bhupendra “D” for diabetes.
IX. Bhupendra “U” for prolapsed uterus, hyperactive bladder, and incontinence of urine.
X. Bhupendra "H" for treatment of hip joint arthritis and non-healing fractured neck of the femur.


Eighth Day

XII. Bhupendra “K” for knee joint arthritis.
XIII. Bhupendra “A” for speech disorders and aphasia
  1. Bhupendra Scalp areas – Location, needling techniques, indications, and stimulation
I. Phobia or fear area.
II. Area of anger
III. Area of tension
IV. Temperamental area
V. Area of love and hatred

2. Bhupendra Probe


Level 3

Special Treatment Techniques


Part I

US $550 (30 hrs)


Ninth Day

  1. Obesity – Role of diet & exercise
  2. Impotence and other sexual problems
  3. Azoospermia – Role of diet


Tenth Day

  1. Correction of deformity - foot drop, inversion, eversion, supination, pronation, and wrist drop
  2. Drooping breast, underdeveloped breast, and gynacomasia
  3. Sinusitis


Eleventh Day

  1. Muscular Dystrophy
  2. Asthma
  3. Ankylosing Spondylitis


Twelfth Day

  1. Diabetes
  1. Retinitis Pigmentosa
  1. Optic Atrophy


Thirteenth Day

  1. Role of acupuncture in the management of various carcinomas
  2. AIDS
  3. Leucoderma
  4. Mental Retardation

Part II

US $ 550 (30 hrs)


Fourteenth Day

  1. Parkinson's Disease
  2. Cervical Spondylitis
  3. Hip joint arthritis and delayed healing of fractured neck of the femur


Fifteenth Day

  1. Hot needling for goiter, cysts, and piles
  2. One day, one needle treatment of calcaneal spur, tennis and golf elbow, etc.
  3. Formula of 9 P’s
  4. Aquapuncture and catgut suturing.


Sixteenth Day

  1. Multiple Sclerosis
  2. Fibromyalgia
  3. Knee joint arthritis
  4. Hyperactive bladder


Seventeenth Day

  1. Dysmenorrhoea
  2. Speech problems and stammering
  3. Prevention and treatment of stokes and poliomyelitis
  4. Hypertension


Eighteenth Day

  1. Distribution of certificates to the successful and deserving candidates.
    • Certificate of Award (brilliant students)
    • Certificate of Completion (mentioning place and hours of study)
    • Certificate of Membership of International Academy of Bhupendra Techniques (M.I.A.B.T)
    • Certificate of Fellowship of International Academy of Bhupendra Techniques (F.I.A.B.T, to outstanding students with interest in research and involvement in Academy’s activities)


Students' merit will be judged on the basis of daily performance and participation in the class and clinical discussions.


Timings

Saturday - 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.

Sunday – 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.


Note: Students wishing to take individual topics may do so by paying US $100 per topic.

  • Each topic will be discussed in detail and certificate of completion will be issued accordingly.
  • Other certificates of the Academy will be issued on the completion of the entire program.


The above courses are delivered outside Canada during Prof. Singh’s special workshops and seminars organized in various countries from time to time by invitation. Those Institutions or individuals who are interested in organizing such workshops, seminars, or treatment-cum-training camps, with a minimum of ten students for training or a minimum of thirty patients for treatment camps, kindly contact either of the following e-mail addresses: