Continuing Education Courses Credit for The Member Register Under CTCMPAO
According to CTCMPAO requirements: All Registered Acupuncturists and TCM Practitioners must complete 15 hours of course credits for Continuing Education every year. Therefore, Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine is proud to present the following courses:
Year-End Seminar (8 Hrs)
• 9:00一13:00: Standard for 24 Single Style Acupuncture Manipulation of TCM Acupuncture
• 13:30一15:30: Wu ‘s Head Massage
*Please note that the seminar will also be available online
All attendants will receive a 24 needle manipulation poster ($20 value)
Channel Plucking from the Lingshu (8 Hrs)
－ Explore & palpate channels, pulsating vessels, joints and more based on classical canonical locations
－ Refine needle intention and precision
－ Apply integrative Neuro-Meridian approach to pain conditions & learn anesthesiology regional nerve block needle technique
－ Experience and replicate the correct DeQi response
－ Develop the skill to “press and pluck” select channels and needle canon-based points, and to observe responses based on the underlying neuro-anatomy
－ Learn to think of points as three-dimensional structures so you can begin to think outside the point.
Osteopathy 101 (4 Hrs)
Osteopathy is an established recognised system of healthcare which relies on manual contact for diagnosis and treatment. It respects the relationship of body, mind and spirit in health and disease; it lays emphasis on the structural and functional integrity of the body and the body’s intrinsic tendency for self-healing.
Osteopathic treatment is viewed as a facilitative influence to this self regulatory process. Pain and disability experienced by patients are viewed as results from a reciprocal relationship between the musculoskeletal and visceral components of a disease or strain.
Cosmetic Acupuncture (30Hrs)
Best Course for Professional Cosmetic Acupuncture Training!
Prof. Fong Wang obtained her Master degree of Traditional Chinese Medicine from Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is an experienced Chinese medicine, acupuncture practitioner and specialist in women’s health and beauty. Her treatment combines acupuncture, Chinese herbs and a western skin care regime. Her unique approach has generated much media and public interest. The National Post featured her in a ground-breaking story on the subject in September 2004. She was chosen as The Best of Toronto – Cosmetic Acupuncture in the year of 2004, by Now Magazine. In summer 2006, Fashion Magazine recommended her treatment as “one of the worthiest facials cross-country”.
中医妇科 (30 Hrs)
Dit Da literally means ‘to fall’ and ‘to hit’. It is a branch of Chinese medicine which originated in Southern China and is practised today mainly in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Guangzhou. It was originally a nameless art but eventually was named after the two most common forms of injuries or sickness – falling and being hit. Hence, it is now known as ‘Fall and Hit Medicine’. Despite its given name, the art goes far beyond just treating physical injuries. Dit Da treats the human body from a more architectural perspective. Bones, muscles, tendons, sinews, arteries and chi-channels are all within the sphere of Dit Da. Skin-related problems such as allergies and swellings are also associated with this art.
Call to register today at 905-477-8855
Acupressure Meridians Taping System (4 Hrs)
- Language: English/中文
Acupressure Meridians Taping system (AMTaping) is based on the theories of the Meridian system; the concept of fascia, muscles and joins acting as a chain, and the special acupressure points for pain release and better physical ability.
David has developed the Meridian Tapping for sport injury prevention through treating several national and international elite athletes including professional skaters, soccer players, fencing masters, competitive swimmers and professional dancers. As a team therapist, David attended Canadian Open world championship, and European figure skating championship from 2011 to 2014.
David Liu has a Ph.D in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture from HeiLongJiang University of TCM and a Master’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Texas, USA. He invented the “Intelligent Human Meridian Thermal Energy Monitoring Analysis and Treatment System”. He has been teaching and practising Acupuncture and TuiNa since 2001 in Toronto.
- Course content: This is the most comprehensive course in first aid. It prepares individuals to deal with any medical emergency they may encounter at home,work or any other daily activities. This is the most recommended course for the majority of businesses and organisations, as it is the one that fulfils all WSIB requirements.
Please call to reserve your seat, spaces are limited.
Ontario College of TCM (Steeles & Warden North side of T&T Super Market)
507一7130 Warden Ave, Markham, ON L3R 1S2
Contact Number: 905-604-8855