Speaker : Dr. Shan Liang, DOM, LAc
Date & Time：04/30/2022 & 05/08/2022
Eastern time 10:00am-5:00pm.
NCCAOM PDA Points: 12
Registration Link: https://nyctcm.edu/Alumni/CEUSeminars.aspx
What is Auricular Medicine?
Some two thousand years ago (dating back to the Neijing), Chinese acupuncturists discovered that the meridians in the body were also linked to the ear, and that the ear can reflect the conditions of the internal organs.
In 1957, the French physician Dr. Paul Nogier discovered a relationship between diseases and the ear. Few have been able to master this art as well as Dr. Li-Chun Huang has - her contributions to the field are truly unmatched. Her achievements include being the head of the National Auricular Research Subcommittee in China, a lecturer, a member of numerous medical organizations and a consultant to many medical organizations in China and worldwide.
Dr. Huang's unequalled skills brought her not only national fame, but also the admiration of thousands of acupuncturists (many themselves experts) who strived to acquire her "magic" abilities. She has dedicated her entire life to the field of auricular acupuncture, passing on her knowledge through classes and training sessions and through the publishing of several books on the topic.
Shan Liang, DOM, AP, is a doctor of Oriental medicine and a Florida-licensed acupuncture physician certified by the National Commission for Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, as well as a diplomate in acupuncture and Chinese herbology. He has had personal training from Li Chun Huang, and has become one of the foremost Auricular Medicine specialists in the world in his own right.
This Seminar provides a thorough introduction to Auricular medicine:
1. History of Auricular Medicine
2. Differences between Auricular
3. Medicine and other therapies
4. Fundamentals of Auricular
5. Diagnosis and Treatment methods
6. General applications of Auricular medicine
7. Discusses the detailed knowledge of the most important auricular points,
Specific Points: Points, Areas, Grooves, Aves, Channels, Triangles
Lines Points of Nervous System Points of Endocrine System
8. Detailed discussion of the most important auricular points Corresponding Points
Points of Five Zang and Six Fu