- Webinar 1: Theory and mechanisms
- Webinar 2: Neuropuncture points and electrical acupuncture
- Webinar 3: Neuropuncture for Cervical, Head, and Facial Conditions
- Webinar 4: Neuropuncture: Psyche/Mental-Emotional Conditions
- Webinar 5: Neuropuncture for Bu Mei, Sleeping Disorders
- Webinar 6: Neuropuncture for treating bi-syndrome and pain
- Webinar 7: Neuropuncture: Advanced Electrical Acupuncture
- Webinar 8: Neuropuncture: Treating Lumbar Spine and Knee Conditions
- Webinar 9: Neuropuncture: Scalp and Auricular EA
Webinar 7: Neuropuncture: Advanced Electrical Acupuncture
Understanding and applying neuroscience to acupuncture helps to maximize acupuncture’s benefits. In this webinar Dr Corradino will illustrate and explain the neuroanatomy and neurophysiological mechanisms of electrical acupuncture of the body, auricular, and scalp systems. Electrical acupuncture is the best way to target specific receptors, stimulate specific spinal segments, and depolarize neural pathways for best clinical outcomes.
In this webinar you will learn the history and recent neuroscience research in electrical acupuncture, and how to apply this to clinical cases. You will also learn the neurophysiology of electricity and acupuncture. Neuropuncture applies neuroscience to the traditional TCM acupuncture model, creating evidenced-based, clinically proven protocols, and outcomes that are clinically reproducible. Learning advanced electrical acupuncture research and applying that to your acupuncture point prescriptions maximizes clinical results.
- The history of Chinese Electrical acupuncture
- Quick review of the 5 neurophysiological mechanisms, 5 Neuropuncture treatment principles, Electric Neuropuncture treatment principles, and review of reference charts.
- The neurophysiology of electricity.
- The neuroscience of electrical acupuncture
- Pantheon research
- EA of Scalp and Auricular
- When and how to apply EA in a clinical setting.
- Case studies including Orthopedic (ie.Sciatica), internal medicine (ie.Diabetes, immunology), pain management (ie.Dental analgesia), psychology (ie.Depression).