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1. Curriculum: 3 Monate Introductory Course in klinischer Praxis und Theorie
385 teaching hours

2. Curriculum: 3 Monate Advanced Course  in klinischer Praxis und Theorie, 385 teaching hours

3. WHO - Indikationsliste     4. Download (1,8 MB) WHO-Guidelines on basic
                                                    Training and safety in Acupuncture
(30 Seiten, TIF-
                                                                      Format, zu öffnen z.B. mit “Imaging”)                                        

Nachfolgend finden Sie eine Abschrift des Originalvordruckes aus Peking (Englisch):
(Gehe zu 3 Monate Advanced)
3 Month Introductory Course
TEACHING PROGRAMME FOR INTERNATIONAL ACUPUNCTURE TRAINING COURSE
(385 teaching hours)

Through 3 month's study, the participants will be able to acquire a brief understanding of basic theories of traditional Chinese medicine and a preliminary mastery of fundamentals of acupuncture and moxibustion in relation to basic techniques of manipulation and locations of about 120 commonly - used points as well as therapeutic methods of treating about 25 kinds of common diseases by anplying the theory of differentiating syndromes according to channels and collaterals.

Teaching Material:
The principle of combining theory with practice, classroom lectures with clinical practice is to be followed.

I. Curriculum Arrangements:
1. Basic theory of traditional Chinese medicine
2. Techniques of acupuncture and moxibustion
3. Channels, collaterals and acupuncture points
4. General introduction to treatment with acupuncture and moxibustion
5. Clinical treatment
6. Brief introduction to ear acupuncture and acupuncture anaesthesia.

II. Schedule:
1. The 1st period
: 4 weeks (from the 1st to the 4th week)

The participants are required to understand the development of acupuncture and moxibustion in China, the basic theories of traditional Chinese medicine in relation to acupuncture and moxibustion-Yin-Yang, five elements, zang-fu (including Qi, blood, body fluid, channels and collaterals, to have an intimate knowledge and to master about 120 commonly - used points, and preliminarily know the application of the basic manipulation techniques of acupuncture and moxibustion.

2. The 2nd period: 4 weeks (from the 5th to the 8th week). The participants are required to have an intimate knowledge of General introduction to treatment with acupuncture and Moxibustion - pathological factors, 4 diagnostic methods, differentiation syndromes (according to the eight principles, zang-fu, channels collaterals) with laying stress on differentiation of syndromes according to channels and collaterals, to apply the specific points and the basic principles of combining points and prescription, to master practical treatment - about 25 kinds of common diseases, and to perfect further the locations of the commonly - used points and the manipulation techniques of acupuncture and moxibustion.

3. The 3rd period: 5 weeks (from the 9th to the 13th week). The participants are required, through clinical practice, to apply acupuncture and moxibustion independently in the treatment of common diseases. In this period, ear acupuncture and acupuncture anaesthesia will be briefly introduced, and at the same period, general an examination will be arranged.

III. Teaching Method:
Lectures in classroom, coaching in groups, clinical practice, lectures on a special topic and visits to hospitals will be undertaken so as to consolidate the acquired knowledge and technique. With a view to ensuring the teaching quality, appropriate examinations will be held in the middle and at the end of the training course. Diplomas will be issued to the participants who pass the examination successful.

Commonly - used Points

1. The lung channel of Hand - Taiyin (The course and its pathological symptoms). Commonly - used points: Zhongfu, Chize, Kongzui, Lieque, Taiyuan, Iji, Shaoshng (Locations and indications)

2. The large intestine channel of Hand - Yangming (The course and its symptoms). Commonly - used points: Shangyang, Sanjian, Hogu, Yangxi, Senli, Qushi, Jianyu, Neek - Futu Yingxiang (Locations and indications)

3. The stomach channel of Foot - Yangming (The course and its pathological symptoms). Commonly used points: Chengqi, Sibai, Juliao, Dicang, Jiache, Xiaguan, Touwei, Rugen, Liangmen, Tianshu, Daju, Guilar, Biguan, Femur-Futu, Linagqiu, Dubi, Zusanli, Shangjuxu, Fenglong, Jiexi, Nelting, Lidui (locations and indications)

4. The spleen channel of Taiyin (The course and its pathological symptoms). Commonly - used points: Yinbai, Taibai, Gongsun, Shangqiu, Sanyinjiao, Diji, Yanglingquan, Xuehai, Daheng (Locations and indications)

5. The heart channel of Hand - Shaoyin (The course and its pathological symptoms) Commonly - used points: Shaochong, Shenman, Tongli, Shaohai (Locations and indications)

6. The small intestine channel of Hand - Taiyang (The course and its pathological symptoms). Commonly - used points: Shaoze, Houxi, Hand - Wangu, Yanggu, Yanglao, Jianzhen, Naoshu, Tiazong, bingfeng, Jianwaishu, Tanrong, Juanliao, Tinggong (Locations and indications)

7. The urinary bladder channel of Foot - Taiyang (The course and its pathological symptoms) Gommonly - used points: Jingming, Zanzhu, Tongtian, tianzhu, Doshu, Feishu, Xinshu, Geshu, Ganshu, Dashu, Pishu, Weishu, Sanjiaoshu, Shenshu, Dachangshu, Tanggunshu, Zhonglushu, Clliao, Changfu, Yinmen, Weizhong, Weiyang, Gaohuangshy, Zhishi, Zhibian, Chengshan, Feiyang, Kunlun, Shenmai, Shugu, Zhiyin (Locations and inducations)

8. The kindey channel of Foot - Shaoying (The course and its pathological symptoms). Commonly - used points: Yongquan, Raugu, Taixi, Shuiquan, Zhaohai, Fuliu (Locations and indications)

9. The Pericardium channel of Hand - Jueyin (The course and its pathological symptoms) Commonly - used points; Zhongchong, Neiguan, Jianshi, Ximen, Quze (Locations and indications)

10. The saniiao channel of Hand Shaoyang (The course and its pathological symptoms) Commonly - used Points: Guanchong, Yemen, Zhongzhu, Yangchi, Waiguan, Zhigou, Jianliao, Yifeng, Ermen, Sizhukong (Locations and indications)

11. The gall bladder channel of Foot - Shaoyang (The course and its pathological symptoms). Commonly - used points: Tinghui, Tongziliao, Yangbai, Shuaigu, Hend - Wangu, Gengchi, Jianjing, Riyue, Huantiao, Femur - Juliao, Xiyangguan, Yanglingquan, Guangming, Xuanzhong, Qiuxu, Foot - Yiaoying (Locations and indications).

12. The liver channel of Foot - Jueying (The course and its parhological symptoms) Commonly - used points: Dadun, Xingjian, Taichong, Ququan, Zhangmen, Qimen (Locations and indications)

13. The Du channel (The course and its pathological symptoms). Commonly - used poits: Yaoyangguan, Mingmen, Zhiyang, Shenzhu, Taodao, Dazhui, Yamen, Fenfu, Baihui, Shangxing, Renzhong (Locations and indications)

14. The Ren channel (The course and its pathological symptoms). Commonly - used points; Zhengji, Guanyuan; Qihai, Shenque, Xiawan, Zhongwan, Shangwan, Juque, Shanzhong, Tiantu, Lianquan, Chengjiang (locateions and indications)

15. The extraordinary points: Yintang, Taiyang, Yuyao, Dingchuan, Huatuojiaji, Shixuan, Sifeng, Baxie, Bangeng, Lanwei, Dannang, Xiyan.

Appendix II.

27 Kinds of Common Diseases

1. Windstroke (Apoplexy)   2. Headache  3. Dizziness and vertigo  4. Facial paralysis  5. Cough (Acute, Chronic Bronchitis)  6. Asthma (Bronchial asthma)  7. Isomnia  8. Palpitation, Axiety  9. Vomiting  10. Epigastric pain  11. Diarrhea  12. Dysentery  13. Hypochondriac pain (Disorders in biliary tract)  14. Low back pain  15. Nocturnal enuresis  16. Bi syndromes (Paralysis)  17. Wei syndrome (Paralysis)  18. Dysmenorrhea  19. Goiter (Simple goiter)  20. Urticaria  21. Erysipelas  22. Sprain (Tenosynovitis)  23. Deafness and tinnitus  24. Congestion, swelling and pain of eye  25. Rhinorrhea  26. Toothache  27. Sore throat

Appendix III.

The WHO interregional seminar drew up the following provisional list of the diseases that lend themselves to acupuncture treatment. (Download: WHO-Guidelines on Basic Training)

Upner Respiratory Tract:
1.Acute sinusitis  2. Acute rhinitis  3. Common cold  4. Acute tonsillitis

Respiratory System:
5. Acute bronchitis  6. Bronchial asthma (most effective in children and in patients without complicating diseases)

Disorders of the eye:
7. Acute conjunctivitis  8. central retinitis  9. Myopia (in children)  10. Cataract (without complications)

Disorders of the mouth:
11. Toothache  12. post - extract on pain  13. Gingivitis  14. Acute and chronic pharyngitis

Gastro - intestinal disorders
15. Spasms of oesophagus and cardia  16. Hiccough  17. Gastroptosis  18. Acute and chronic gastritis  19. Gastric hyperacidity  20. Acute duodenal ulcer (Pain relief)  21. Acute duodenal ulcer (without complications)  22. Acute and chronic colitis  23. Acute bacillary dysentery  24. Constipation  25. Diarrhoea  26. Paralytic ileus

Neurological and Musoulo - skeletal Disorders
27. Headache  28. Migraine  29. Trigeminal neuralgia  30 Facial palsy (early stage, i.e. Within three to six month)  31. Pareses following a stroke  32. Periphrat neuropathies  33. Sequelae of poliomyelitis (early stage, i.e. within six months)  34. Meniere's disease  35. Neurogenic bladder dysfunction  36. Nocturnal enuresis  37. Intercostal neuralgia  38. Cervicobrachial syndrome  39. "Frozen should"  40. Tennis elbow  41. Sciatica  42. Lowback pain  43. Osteoarthritis.


Nachfolgend finden Sie eine Abschrift des Originalvordruckes aus Peking (Englisch):
(Gehe zu 3 Monate Introductory)
3 Month Advanced Course
TEACHING PROGRAMME FOR INTERNATIONAL
ACUPUNCTURE TRAINING
(385 teaching hours)

Teaching Purpose and Requirements

Through three months study, the participants will be able to acquire a complete understanding of basic theories of traditional Chinese medicine, a systematic knowledge of channels and collaterals and a perfect mastery of about 250 points and the clinical techniques of acupuncture in relation to the differentiation, methods of treatment and prescriptions of 40 common diseases and some difficult diseases according to the theories of traditional Chinese medicine.

Teaching contents
Based upon the original theory of traditional Chinese medicine, the emphasis is placed upon the following contents:

1. Yin Yang and Five Elements: Supplement of the origins and development of the theory of Yin Yang and Fife Elements, with emphasis upon the divorce and equilibrium of Yin Yang and their application in acupuncture.

2. Zhang Fu: Principal introduction to the relations between Zang and Fu as well as the relations among qi, Blood and Body Fluids.

3. Etiology: Principal introduction to the clinical manifestations of the disease caused by six exogenous pathogenic factors.

4. Four Diagnostic Methods: Principal introduction to the pulse diagnosis, with emphasis upon the pule feeling, and 5 additional pulse conditions are introduced on the basis of the original 12.

5. Differentiation: Supplement of the differentiation of Zang Fu Organs being both diseased and differentiation according to the theory of Qi and Blood. 2. Techniques of acupuncture and moxibustion: Supplement of some ancient acupuncture techniques. 3. Channels and Shu Points: Lectures on the main contents of the channel system (including the divergent channels and muscle channels), introduction to all the 361 points of the 14 channels (including the original 170 points) and 40 extraordinary points. 4. General principles of treatment: Supplement of the treating principles, treating methods and preseriptions. 5. Treatment of the clinical diseases: Supplement of commonly encountered diseases in clinic.

Teaching schedule:

The 1st period: 3 weeks (from the 1st to the 3rd week)
The participants are required to have a brief understanding of the development of acupuncture and a complete knowledge of the basic theories of traditional Chinese medicine.

The 2nd period: 3 weeks (from the 4th week to the 6th week).
The participants are required to have a systematic understanding of channels and a further mastery of about 250 points and acupuncture techniques through the practice.

The 3rd period: 7 weeks (from the 7th to the 13th week)
1. The participants are required to have a perfect knowledge of the treating principles, treating methods and the basic principles for prescription and selection of the points, and a relatively perfect mastery of the commonly used points and acupuncture techniques, in relation to the clinical treatment of about 40 diseases. The participants are also required to deepen their understanding of some acupuncture theories through the lectures on special topics.

Teaching Method
According to the characteristics of this science and the requirements at different periods, lectures in classroom, coaching in groups, clinic practice, lectures on special topics and visits to hospitals will be undertaken so as to consolidate the acquired knowledge and techniques. Prior to the publication of "Chinese Acupuncture", the temporary lecture notes have been outline by the Chinese doctors according to "Chinese Acupuncture".

With a view of ensuring the teaching quality, appropriate examinations will be held in the middle and at the end of the training course. Certificates will be issued to the participants who pass the examinations.

Curriculum Arrangements

Content

 

Hours

Brief history of origins and development
of acupuncture

 

     5  

Basic theory of
Traditional
Chinese Medicine

Yin Yang and five Elements
Zhang Fu
Etiology
Four Diagnostic Methods
Eight Principles
Differentiation

    10
    13
      5
      8
      3
     21

Techniques of acupuncture (supplement)
Channels and Shu Points (supplement)
General principles of treatment
Treatment of clinical diseases
Lectures on special topics
Clinical practice
Discussion and coaching (general)
Review and examination
Others

    12
    35
    12
    20
    19
  147
    14
    26
    30

Total

  385

Gehe zu 3 Month Introductory

Gehe zu 3 Month Advanced

Stand: November 1999, Irrtum und Änderungen vorbehalten.

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