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A Training, Treatment, Research, & Publication Center for Acupuncture


Guest Speaker, 4th European Congress of TCM, Prague, Czech Republic, 2004
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Guest Speaker, 4th European Congress of TCM, Prague, Czech Republic, 2004

Contents

International Seminars and Refresher Courses


With some 1999-2000 students in Langara College, Vancouver
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With some 1999-2000 students in Langara College, Vancouver

Acupuncture Practitioner program

  • One/Two Months International Acupuncture Seminar


Teaching Schedule
Theory and practical


Prerequisite
Doctors of all disciplines and other health care professionals

Knowledge of human Anatomy and physiology is necessary


Level One


Part I

Acupuncture history, foundation, concepts, traditional laws and Modern Theories
24 hrs, 7 Days (3.5 hrs./day)
Fees
US $450


Day I

  1. Introduction, origin and History of TCM and Acupuncture
  2. Concept of Tao
  3. Types of needles as development and ancillary Methods
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With a group of students at the Nordic Acupuncture Training Centre in Oslo, Norway, attending an advanced course on Bhupendra Techniques - May 9th - 12th, 2008


Day 2

  1. Concept of Qi,
  2. Types of Qi
  3. Rhythmic circulation of the Qi


Day 3

  1. Surface anatomy and methods and measurement and point detection
  2. Introduction of stimulation methods and types of stimulators
  3. Physiological affects of needling and deqi


Day 4

  1. Chinese terminology
  2. General Introduction of Chinese diagnosis


Day 5: Traditional theories

  1. Yin-Yang,
  2. Jing-Luo,
  3. Zang-Fu
Practical Demonstration of Bhupendra Techniques in Oslo, Norway - May 9th - 12th, 2008
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Practical Demonstration of Bhupendra Techniques in Oslo, Norway - May 9th - 12th, 2008


Day 6: Traditional laws

  1. Five Elements,
  2. Mother-Son,
  3. Midday-Midnight,
  4. Husband-Wife


Day 7

  1. Modern Scientific Theories on Acupuncture


Part II

Study of Meridians and Points
24 hrs, 7 Days (3.5 hrs./day)
Fees
US $450
Prerequisite
Level One – Part I


Day1

  1. Introduction, theory and concept of 12 regular (main) and 8 extra meridians
  2. Concept, theory, pathway and points of Lung Meridian


Day 2

  • Concept, theory, pathway and points of Large Intestine Meridian


Day 3

  • Concept, theory, pathway and points of Stomach Meridian


Day 4

  • Concept, theory, pathway and points of Spleen Meridian


Day 5

  • Concept, theory, pathway and points of Heart Meridian


Day 6

  • Concept, theory, pathway and points of Small Intestine Meridian


Day 7

  • Concept, theory, pathway and points of Urinary Bladder Meridian


Part III

Study of Meridians and Points
24 hrs, 7 days (3.5 hrs./day)
Fees
US $450
Prerequisite
Level One – Part II


Day 1

  • Concept, theory, pathway and points of Kidney Meridian


Day 2

  • Concept, theory, pathway and points of Pericardium Meridian


Day 3

  • Concept, theory, pathway and points of Triple Warmer or Sanjiao Meridian


Day 4

  • Concept, theory, pathway and points of Gall Bladder Meridian


Day 5

  • Concept, theory and pathway of Liver Meridian


Day 6

  • Concept, theory, pathway and points of Governing or DU Meridian


Day 7

  • Concept, theory, pathway, location, Insertion & Indications of points on Conception or Ren Meridian


Level Two

Part I

Diagnostic process and Safety Measures
24 hrs, 7 days (3.5 hrs./day)
Fees
US $450
Prerequisite
Level One


Day 1

  • Four traditional Chinese diagnostic method


Day 2

  • Differentiation of pain and Disease causative factors


Day 3

  • Differentiation of deficiency and access syndrome


Day 4

  • Differentiation of heat and cold syndrome


Day 5

  • Pulse diagnosis


Day 6

  • Tongue diagnosis


Day 7

  1. Forbidden and dangerous areas and points
  2. Contra indications of acupuncture
  3. Complications and management


Part II

Study of Special points System
24 hrs, 7 days (3.5 hrs./day)
Fees
US $450
Prerequisite
Level Two – Part I

Day 1

  1. Principles for selection of points
  2. Local, adjacent and distal points


Day 2

  1. Symptomatic points
  2. Mother and son points


Day 3

  1. Xi - cleft points
  2. Eight influential points


Day 4

  1. Luo-connecting points
  2. Yuan-source points


Day 5

  1. Command points (five shu points),
  2. Extra points


Day 6

  1. Back-shu points
  2. Mu-front points


Day 7

  1. Eight confluent points
  2. Horary points
  3. Lower He-sea points


Part III

Other Modalities and Microsystems
24 hrs, 7 Days- (3.5 hrs./day)
Fees
US $450
Prerequisite
Level Two – Part II


Day 1

  1. Principles and techniques of moxibustion
  2. Principles and techniques of cupping
  3. Plum-blossom needle techniques


Day 2

  • Scalp acupuncture


Day 3

  • Ear acupuncture


Day 4

  • Sole acupuncture


Day 5

  • Hand acupuncture


Day 6

  • Face and Nose acupuncture


Day 7

  • Ankle and Wrist acupuncture


Level Three: Acupuncture Therapeutics

Part I

Therapeutics in General
24 hrs, 7 Days-(3.5 hrs./day)
Fees
US $450
Prerequisite
Level Two


Day 1

  1. Causes and treatment of Wind stroke
  2. Causes and treatment of Syncope
  3. Causes and treatment of Sun stroke


Day 2

  1. Causes and treatment of Common Cold
  2. Causes and treatment of Cough
  3. Causes and treatment of Asthma


Day 3

  1. Causes and treatment of Epigastric Pain
  2. Causes and treatment of Abdominal Pain


Day 4

  1. Causes and treatment of Vomiting
  2. Causes and treatment of Hiccup


Day 5

  1. Causes and treatment of Diarrhea
  2. Causes and treatment of Dysentery
  3. Causes and treatment of Malaria


Day 6

  1. Causes and treatment of Constipation
  2. Causes and treatment of Jaundice


Day 7

  1. Causes and treatment of Prolapsed Rectum
  2. Causes and treatment of Prolapsed Uterus


Part II

Therapeutics in General
24 hrs, 7 Days (3.5 hrs./day)
Fees
US $450
Prerequisite
Level Two


Day 1

  1. Causes and treatment of Urine disturbances
  2. Causes and treatment of Retention of Urine
  3. Causes and treatment of Nocturnal Enuresis


Day 2

  1. Causes and treatment of Impotence
  2. Causes and treatment of Insomnia
  3. Causes and treatment of Palpitation


Day 3

  1. Causes and treatment of Maniac Depression
  2. Causes and treatment of Epilepsy
  3. Causes and treatment of Dizziness


Day 4

  1. Causes and treatment of Melancholia
  2. Causes and treatment of Headache
  3. Causes and treatment of Facial Pain


Day 5

  1. Causes and treatment of Deviation of Eye and Mouth
  2. Causes and treatment of Pain in Hypochondrium
  3. Causes and treatment of Back Pain


Day 6

  • Causes and treatment of Bi Syndrome


Day 7

  • Causes and treatment of Wei Syndrome


Part III

Therapeutics (Gynecology, Pediatrics and Ear, Nose and Throat)
24 hrs, 7 Days (3.5 hrs./day)
Fees
US $450
Prerequisite
Level II


Day 1

  • Causes and treatment of Menstruation Problem


Day 2

  • Causes and treatment of Dysmenorrhoea


Day 3

  • Causes and treatment of Leukhorea


Day 4

  1. Causes and treatment of Morning Sickness
  2. Causes and treatment of Prolonged labor
  3. Causes and treatment of Lactation Problem


Day 5

  1. Causes and treatment of Infantile Convulsions
  2. Causes and treatment of Infantile Diarrhea and Malnutrition
  3. Causes and treatment of Infantile Paralysis and Mumps


Day 6

  1. Causes and treatment of Urticaria, Boils, Harpies
  2. Causes and treatment of Goiter, Torticolis, Intestinal Abscess
  3. Causes and treatment of Tinnitus and Deafness


Day 7

  1. Causes and treatment of Optic Atrophy
  2. Causes and treatment of Epistaxis
  3. Causes and treatment of Toothache


Day 8

  • Final theoretical and clinical Examination


Note: The above fees include notes, hand outs, and certificate of each level


Students may complete the whole program in one stretch or may take it in small segments as per their convenience with the consultation of the dean of the program. This is a short term condensed course and specially designed to teach medical doctors and other health care professionals who want to integrate, acupuncture in their existing practice. It does not make any body eligible to write licensing examination in Canada to practice. Students are advised to check the legislation regarding Acupuncture practice in their respective countries.

After successfully completing the above entire program students will receive a Diploma Certificate of International Academy of Bhupendra Techniques. Students may then apply to be an honorable Member of the Academy (M.I.A.B.T, Canada) with a required fee. The membership can be further promoted to Fellowship (F.I.A.B.T, Canada), based on thesis and research. The members and fellow will be updated with latest developments in the field of acupuncture around the world time to time. Diploma students may take further advanced course of Doctorate in Acupuncture, in Bhupendra Techniques.

The above entire program will be delivered personally by Prof. Dr. Sir B. K. Singh, an international teacher and a world renowned Acupuncture specialist and author of several books. He is the Dean and President of International Academy of Bhupendra Techniques, Vancouver, Canada.