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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.
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.
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.
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
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
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.