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Paris: David Euler Seminar, Harvard Medical School, Postural Acupuncture
World expert in Japanese Acupuncture - Master Nagano & Kiiko Matsumoto methods
9th & 10th of June 2017, 10:00 -10 June 2017, 18:00 hour
House of the Chemistry, 28 Rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris, France
The highlights of the seminar
Presentation of the principles of acupuncture based on palpation and abdominal diadnostics, highlighting the following main elements:
1) Description of a systematic palpation method, easy to learn, allowing an instantaneous diagnosis and an effective treatment strategy personalized for each patient.
2) Deepening of palpation techniques. Obtaining an immediate result on the health of the patient.
3) Analysis of structural and constitutional imbalances, beyond the symptomatic states of the patient, which allows a deeper and more lasting recovery. The most difficult cases can be addressed by integrating all the parameters.
4) Integration of conventional techniques with modern technologies, so as to complement the effectiveness of treatments with non-invasive techniques. All treatment strategies are based on the work and practice of the largest Japanese acupuncturists.
5) Effective treatment strategies completely personalized to each patient.
Early Bird rate until April 30th
1) The palpatory methods in this style of acupuncture offer the practitioner an instant measure as to the diagnosis and the effectiveness of the treatment choices. Both the acupuncturist and the patient have instant feedback as to how well the treatment is working because once a point combination is selected and treated, the reflection zones that were used for diagnosis are less painful.
2) This Style acupuncture combines classical Chinese medical principles with modern pathophysiology in a way that facilitates the understanding and brings out the best in both.
3) Within the treatment methods used in this style of acupuncture, there is a technique suitable for any patient. As a rule the needling methods are shallow and virtually painless, using the smallest gauge needles. However, for the patient who needling is contraindicated, there are numerous non-invasive techniques that are highly effective. The use of diodes, magnets, Lasers and other techniques give the practitioner many options with which to treat the most difficult patient.
1) This style of acupuncture, utilizes a systematic, easy to learn, palpatory method which is designed to provide instant feedback. When using this system, a practitioner follows a palpation sequence which, both establishes a diagnosis and suggests several treatment options which might be effective for treating a particular patient.
2) This style of acupuncture is largely defined by its use of a highly systematized method of palpation. Palpation is the ability to gain information through touch. This method evolved to an extraordinary level of sophistication in Japanese acupuncture for a very unusual reason. Since as early as the Edo Period (1602-1868) Japanese acupuncture was a profession practiced largely by the blind. This fact carries through to the present day in that one of the primary influences in the development of “palpation Based Acupuncture” acupuncture comes from Master Nagano who was a blind acupuncturist. Once learned, palpation becomes an easy to use method for obtaining instant feedback as to the patient’s condition of health. The diagnosis and treatment strategies follow one another in one circular motion. Specific active reflexes suggest the diagnosis and the treatment efficacy be established by changes in the same reflexes.
3) This style addresses the patient’s health issues from several levels. By looking more deeply into the structural and or constitutional imbalances, which often underlie a patient’s symptomatic complaints, the practitioner is able to assist in a more complete and lasting healing. It is precisely this holistic approach which gives a ““palpation Based Acupuncture” practitioner the ability to help patients with the most complex issues. Often by seeing the patient’s problem from this broader perspective, the practitioner can solve difficult cases.
4) The practitioner using this style of acupuncture is part of a living tradition. The teachings of this system come directly from first-hand experience gained from some of Japan’s greatest acupuncturists. A living system of acupuncture must by definition reflect the changing needs of the time in which it is practiced and incorporate the technological improvements at it’s disposal. A living system is also continuously learning and deepening its understanding to provide a more complete treatment strategy and clinical results. The diagnostic and treatment methods being taught in this system accurately represent the clinical experience of some of Japan’s most respected master acupuncturists.
5) The eclectic nature of a palpation based style of acupuncture gives the practitioner a wide number of viable options from which to choose to create an effective treatment plan that addresses the individual needs of each patient. This style of acupuncture is imminently suited to the diverse needs of our patient population.
David Euler specialized in palpation based acupuncture influenced by Japanese styles, mainly Master Nagano and Kiiko Matsumoto. Blending the Japanese styles of acupuncture with European micro-systems and Low Level Laser therapies became a gentle, yet a very powerful treatment modality.
He is co-directing and teaching an Acupuncture Course for Physicians at the Harvard Medical School, Dep. of continuing Education. He is also providing continuing acupuncture training to acupuncturist and physicians around the US and World.