Applied Channel Theory: Clinical Strategy and Case Presentations

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Applied Channel Theory: Clinical Strategy and Case Presentations

June 25 @ 8:00 am - June 26 @ 5:00 pm

Diagnosis & Treatment with Jason D. Robertson
June 25-26

14 NCCAOM PDAs approved; NCALB pending

applied channel theoryThis class will be both a continuation of the Introductory Channel Palpation classes and an opportunity to see channel palpation and diagnosis with real patients. The format for the two-day class will involve lectures on the clinical application of common point pairs, clinical demonstration on live patients and an interactive dialogue with participants who have practiced channel palpation. Participating students will have further opportunity to develop palpation skills in this class. In addition, this class will involve hands-on advanced point location and needle technique instruction.

The in-person weekend course will be limited to 30 participants. Participants will be required to wear N95 or KN95 masks while on campus. Depending on COVID-19 case numbers at the time, we may require home tests for each day of class to attend.

Students interested in attending this course should either have previously attended a course with one of the apprentices of Professor Wang Juyi or have taken the online introductory course provided by Jung Tao (separate registration for this class will allow students to access a recording of Jason Roberson’s lectures).

jason robertsonDr. Jason D. Robertson is a licensed acupuncturist and educator in Seattle, WA USA.

His diagnostic approach draws from years of study in China combined with over 20 years practice in the U.S. He is deeply influenced by his work with Professor Wang Ju-Yi (Beijing). His work with Dr. Wang in acupuncture channel theory is described in the publication: Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine.

In addition to his work as a clinician and author, Dr. Robertson is a member of the core faculty at the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine and continues to teach Applied Channel Theory in schools and seminars around the world.

Details

Start:
June 25 @ 8:00 am
End:
June 26 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
$275.00 – $350.00

Venue

Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine
207 Dale Adams Road
Sugar Grove, NC 28679

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Tickets

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Regular registration
$ 350.00
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JTS faculty/alumni registration
$ 300.00
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JTS student registration
$ 275.00
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