Scientific Integrative Medicine Workshop

August 11-12, 2018

Neuroanatomic Osteopathic Acupuncture Workshop (DAY 1);
Photomedicine and Botanical Approaches, including Cannabis (DAY 2)

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE:  This two-day workshop will encourage you to expand your integrative medical offerings and update your science-based acupuncture knowledge through a hands-on, experiential workshop that includes instruction and practice in medical acupuncture, myofascial release, laser therapy and LED arrays (photomedicine), and botanical medicine.

WHO CAN ATTEND:  Licensed or registered human acupuncture practitioners (DO, MD, PT, L Ac, PA, RN, etc.)

GOALS:

  • Offer patients more ways to avoid opioid-based prescription medications by diversifying options to address acute and chronic pain
  • Strengthen integrative medical care by identifying scientific and evidence-based options
  • Diversify integrative medical options in order to tailor treatment recommendations to patietns’ specific needs, desires, and goals

OBJECTIVES:

  • Learn how to develop acupuncture treatment protocols using the Medical Acupuncture and Integrative Neuromodulation® approach, founded on neuroanatomic acupuncture and osteopathic medical principles.
  • Build MAIN® treatment protocols restore normal physiologic function by neuromodulation of central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous system pathways and by targeting myofascial dysfunction.
  • Refine myofascial palpation skills in order to assemble a congruent and insightful determination of the somatic component of common physiologic imbalances that often accompany pain and chronic illness.
  • Perform myofascial release (direct and indirect) in order to amplify and extend the value of acupuncture interventions.
  • Explain the scientific principles of laser therapy and light emitting diodes (LEDs).
  • Practice treatments involving photomedicine devices for pain and neurologic dysfunction.
  • Describe how cannabis affects the nervous system and pain problems.
  • Recognize typical cannabis formulations patients access as medical marijuana approaches for pain and disability.
  • Expand awareness about non-cannabis options in botanical medicine to treat pain and anxiety.
  • Critique labels of readily available botanical products in order to assess quality and reliability.

 

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

Neuroanatomic Osteopathic Acupuncture Workshop  DAY 1

7:30a-8:15a                
Morning Exercise (Optional):  Tai Ji Reeling Silk Techniques
(Tai Ji Master, Dave Mishlove and Course Participants)

8:30a-10:00a              
Lecture:  Neuroanatomic Osteopathic Acupuncture
(Dr. Narda Robinson)

10:30a to 12:00p        
Hands-On:  Myofascial palpation and treatment hands-on skills-building
(Dr. Narda Robinson)

1:00p-1:50p                
Lecture:  Developing MAIN® Treatment Protocols
(Dr. Narda Robinson)

2:00p-2:50p                
Lecture:  MAIN Treatment Formulae for Clinical Conditions, including Back and Neck Pain, Spinal Cord Injury, Digestive Disorders, Facial Nerve Injury, and Headache
(Dr. Narda Robinson)

3:30p-5:00p                
Hands-On:  Treatment Approaches with Participants as Practice Patients
(Dr. Narda Robinson and Course Participants)

 

Photomedicine and Botanical Approaches, including Cannabis  DAY 2

7:30a-8:15a                
Morning Exercise (Optional):  Tai Ji Reeling Silk Techniques
(Tai Ji Master, Dave Mishlove and Course Participants)

8:30a-10:00a              
Lecture:  The Science and Clinical Application of Light (Photomedicine) for Pain and Neurologic Injury
(Dr. Narda Robinson)

10:30a to 12:00p          
Hands-On:  Laser Therapy Workshop, Integrating MAIN® Principles
(Dr. Narda Robinson and Course Participants)

1:00p-1:50p                
Lecture:  The Science of Cannabis for Pain and Neurologic Injury
(Dr. Narda Robinson)

2:00p-2:50p                
Lecture:  Common Formulations of Cannabis for Pain and Neurologic Injury
(Dr. Narda Robinson)

3:30p-5:00p                
Hands-On Laboratory:  Non-Cannabis Botanical Treatments for Pain and Anxiety – Reading Labels, Sorting Fact from Fiction, Smell and Taste
(Dr. Narda Robinson and Course Participants)

 

Scientific Integrative Medicine Workshop
August 11-12, 2018

Fort Collins Hilton
425 E Prospect Rd
Fort Collins, CO  80526

Workshop fee – $999 SAVE $50 now through May 15, 2018 with early-bird registration.
Content delivery – on site.

CALENDAR

Apr
23
Mon
2018 April – Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians – Dual Track Clinical Intensive
Apr 23 – Apr 28 all-day

Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians – Dual Track Clinical Intensive
Small Animal & Exotics AND Equine & Farm Animals

2018 April – Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians – Single Track Clinical Intensive
Apr 23 – Apr 26 all-day

Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians April 2018 – Single Track
Small Animal & Exotics OR Equine & Farm Animals

Jun
8
Fri
2018 June – Cannabis in Veterinary Medicine @ Delta Hotel & Conference Centre
Jun 8 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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FAQ

Am I eligible? How do I register?

WHO CAN ATTEND:  Licensed or registered human acupuncture practitioners (DO, MD, PT, L Ac, PA, RN, etc.)

Registration is open through July 14, 2018.  Take advantage of early bird price through May 15, 2018 and save 10% off the 2-day workshop.

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