Elevate your acupuncture practice with Point Injection Therapy. At the completion of this course, you will be able to administer homeopathic and vitamins like B12. You will know how to execute trigger point injections with analgesics to provide pain relief to your patients. You will also learn the protocols for ear injections, scar therapy and perineural injections of the neck, low back, hip, and shoulder. All these treatments improve the signaling of nerves and restores the proper flow of qi through the meridians affected by the trauma.
We also discuss the popular fat burning MICC and mineral injections.
Not only will these injections help your patients, but this is a marvelous way to quickly increase your revenue.
Starter Kits are given to each participant so you can immediately get started with your injection practice.
This NCCAOM approved 24-hour course is primarily a hands-on class. Participants will engage in palpation and assessment of meridians, muscle, soft tissue & joints, identifying Ashi and Trigger points. The expectation is that every participant performs & receives injections. We will address some of the most missed sources for chronic neck and low back, hip and shoulder pain and how to treat them with injections.
9 states– AZ, CO, FL, NM, NV, MT, SC, UT, WA – include PIT in their acupuncture scopes. The techniques taught in this course can be used in all 9 states.
Space is limited. Early registration (before January 20, 2024) is $1050, after that, registration is $1150. Class will be limited to 12 participants.
Susan Shultz, DC, AEMP is a dual licensed practitioner. She is passionate about Point Injection Therapy, has been using injection therapy since 1994 and has worked extensively with her state association, WAEMA, to pass legislation making Washington State Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine scope what it is today.
To help teach this course, Susan will be joined with two experienced practitioners, Jessica Gallegos-White, AEMP from Port Orchard, WA, and David Flater, DACM from Missoula MT.
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