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Bi-Obstruction Syndrome -
November 17-18, 2007
15 CEUs Available
Sunday brunch included for MAS Members Only.
The breaks on Saturday are 10 and 3 for coffee/tea and 12:30 for lunch. On Sunday, the breaks are 10:30 and 3 and 12:30 for lunch again.
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Bi-Obstruction Syndrome is one of the most common conditions encountered in modern acupuncture practice. Its etiology can originate from climatic exposures, pestilent factors (e.g., Lyme's disease), humoral disruptions, and anatomical injuries. In addition, sometimes bi-obstruction syndrome can develop as part of a progression of an unresolved pathogenic process.
Ranging from acute phases to chronic conditions – at times debilitating during its manifestations or flare-ups – the successful treatment of bi-obstruction syndrome can be considered crucial to a successful acupuncture practice.
This two-day workshop will focus on the treatment of bi-obstruction from numerous approaches, drawing upon the interpretations from the Nei Jing, the specialty of Wai Ke (Specialty of External Medicine), the channel systems of acupuncture, and the theories of Chinese Medicine.
In addition, information will be presented on the emotional and spiritual aspects of pain and its role within the human condition.
During the two-day seminar, the following topics are covered:
Day One, 10am-5pm:
Day Two, 9am-5pm:
Jeffrey Yuen comes from a Daoist lineage and is an ordained priest of two traditions of Daoism, the Jade Purity and Complete Reality schools. Jeffrey serves as Dean of Academic Affairs of the Acupuncture Program at the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences and President of the International Tai Chi Institute, both in New York City. Mr. Yuen was the first recipient of the Educator of the Year Award conferred by the AAAOM. He lectures frequently nationally and abroad. Recently, a post-graduate center for Chinese medicine was created in Dublin, Ireland devoted to his teachings of Classical Chinese Medicine.