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PROGRAM: 10 Course Series in Brampton, ON – Spring Series 2021 (Series to be Rescheduled. Dates TBD)

$4,250.00

“Due to the Covid-19 Lockdown, we are rescheduling this series for one of the first available Sundays after the restrictions are lifted. If you wish to register for this series, please email us at info@learnacupuncture.ca or call us at 905-450-7870.”

 If you’re interested in purchasing these courses individually, click here.  Ontario RMT’s are required to take the entire series but, many other health professionals can purchase individual courses in this program, depending on the availability.

Learn effective Dry Needling, Acupuncture and other techniques at our upcoming Spring Series! Ge the opportunity to network with other healthcare providers from all over Ontario and learn the following:

  • The clean needle technique
  • Precautions and contraindications to Acupuncture and Dry Needling
  • Needling measurement system
  • 20 effective general acupuncture points and 5 dry needling motor points in the Introduction course
  • Dry needling and acupuncture for Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, Cervicothoracic and Lumbar Pelvic Regions
  • Use of electroacupunctoscope and TDP lamp
  • Therapeutic cupping and gua sha
  • Acupressure
  • Safety issues, latest research

Location: Queen West Physiotherapy – 345 Queen Street West, Brampton, L6Y 3A9.  (On the corner of Queen Street W and Mclaughlin Rd N)

Time: 9am-5pm

**BONUSES included:**

  1. Lifetime mentorship
  2. 2 emergency calls
  3. One day of shadowing and questions/answers
  4. One “re-take” of any class of your choice

Questions? How to Register?

Call us at (905) 450-7870 or text us at (647) 691-4210 (we reply within 2 minutes during business hours) or email us at info@learnacupuncture.ca to register or if you have any questions.

Introduction to Acupuncture I

Covers Clean Needle Technique, Precautions and Contraindications, Measurement System, Types of Acupuncture Points and Practical Needling of 15 Acupuncture points.

*pre-requisite for all other classes.

Brampton

Introduction to Acupuncture II

Covers a detailed review of surface anatomy of bones/nerves/blood vessels as they will relate to acupuncture points throughout the program.

You will learn in detail the path of all the meridians as they relate to surface landmarks, the research/history of the meridian systems and the western research that helps explain the mechanism of the benefits of acupuncture.

Brampton

Acupuncture for the Upper Extremity

Includes Electro-Acupuncture and use of TDP Lamp, treatment for Adhesive Capsulitis, Lateral Epicondylitis and other conditions. Dry Needling of many muscles including Trapezius, Deltoid, Infraspinatus, Supraspinatus, Teres minor, Teres major, Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus/Brevis, Extensor Digitorium Communis, Abductor Pollicis Longus, Extensor Pollicis Brevis.

Brampton

Acupuncture for the Cervico-Thoracic Region

Covers Cupping Therapy and Gua Sha, treatment for Cervical Radiculopathy, Whiplash, Scapular Pain and many more conditions. Dry Needling of many muscles including Trapezius, Latissimus Dorsi, Rhomboid Major/Minor and many more.

Brampton

Case Study and Practical Review for the Upper Extremity and Cervico-Thoracic Region

Review acupuncture points learned in the Upper Extremity (UE) and Cervico-Thoracic (CSP/TSP) courses and learn some more additional points on this region.

Independent small group and class discussion of many UE/CSP/TSP cases in relation to point selection, outcomes and treatment progression. Live patient based cases with class participation and treatment of real injuries.

Brampton

Mid Term Examination (written and practical)

Written and practical examination for the first half of the full program.

Brampton

Acupuncture for the Lower Extremity

Includes treatment for OA of the hip, knee arthritis, ankle sprains, plantar fasciitis and many other conditions. Dry needling of the Gluteus Maximus, Piriformis, Gastrocnemius, Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Soleus, Tibialis Anterior/Posterior, Peroneals.

Brampton

Acupuncture for the Lumbo-Pelvic Region

Includes Acupressure, treatment for Acute Low Back Pain, SI Joint Dysfunction and many other conditions. Dry Needling of the Gluteus Maximus/ Medius/ Minimus, TFL, Quadratus Femoris and many more muscles.

Brampton

Case Study and Practical Review for the Lower Extremity and Lumbo-Pelvic Region

Review acupuncture points learned in the Lower Extremity (LE) and Lumbo-Pelvic (LSP) courses and learn some more additional points on this region.

Independent small group and class discussion of many LE/LSP cases in relation to point selection, outcomes and treatment progression. Live patient based cases with class participation and treatment of real injuries.

Brampton

Balancing Technique

Includes theory and practical application of the Balance Technique. This technique uses all distal point selection so you will learn how to treat pain anywhere on the body with as few as ONE NEEDLE.

You will learn system 1 and system 2 of the Balance Technique and some Master Tung points (magical points) for the treatment of upper/lower back pain.

Brampton

Headaches

Brampton

Acupuncture Exam for Certification - Written and Practical

Written and practical examination for the entire program.

Brampton

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Testimonials

“As a RMT with 15yrs of experience it was the best adjunct modality to Massage Therapy I implemented in my practice. Many years of advanced courses, for a treatment based practice, I’ve used it in approximately 95% of my treatments. My practice was re-establishing itself after having children and working 3 days a week. I’m now 5 days a week (3 months post certificate), with an estimated 30% increase in my clientele. My referrals went on average from 4 new clients a month, to 10 per month. I work out of my own practice, so I rely on referrals. If you are sports, rehab or chronic care therapist, this should definitely be the course you take. Having Tom, who is TCM mindful and Len and D who are physiotherapists is a great compliment to the learning, understanding and implementation of Acupuncture into your practice.” -Sarah-Lynn Drader RMT

“I took the acupuncture course and it was exactly what I was looking for and more! The course was very accommodating for a full time working mother of two as well as being affordable as well. I thoroughly enjoyed all the instructors and was amazed by each and every instructors knowledge and patience. Thanks so much!”
– Michelle Braam BHSC. P.T

Additional information

Introduction to Acupuncture I

Introduction to Acupuncture II

Acupuncture for the Upper Extremity

Acupuncture for the Cervico-Thoracic Region

Case Study and Practical Review for the Upper Extremity and Cervico-Thoracic Region

Mid Term Examination (written and practical)

Acupuncture for the Lower Extremity

Acupuncture for the Lumbo-Pelvic Region

Case Study and Practical Review for the Lower Extremity and Lumbo-Pelvic Region

Balancing Technique

Headaches

Acupuncture Exam for Certification - Written and Practical

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