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    • 09/13/2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • Hyatt Place Chapel Hill/Southern Village - 1090 US Highway 15 501 South - Chapel Hill, NC 27517
    Register

                   BATTLEFIELD ACUPUNCTURE

    8 NCCAOM PDAs, 8 CAB("Provider Number 1115, Auriculotherapy Seminars,  240-413-4211

    California CEUs pending


    • Learn the History of Acupuncture and Auriculotherapy in the USA
    • Identify the 5 BFA points and their locations
    • Understand the functions of each BFA point
    • Become familiar ASP ear needles
    • Use silicone ear models to ASP needle insertion techniques
    • Determine if BFA is an appropriate treatment for the patient
    • Identify each patient’s pathology by inspection of the ear
    • Choosing the correct ASP metal for each patient
    • Determine the dominate ear to improve treatment outcomes
    • Establish clinical cutoffs for each patient treated with BFA
    • Identifying treatment side effects
    • Learn to incorporate BFA and auriculotherapy successful into your clinic 


    HOTEL INFORMATION:

    Call In reservations:  Call the hotel at 919-929-9511 and request "NC Society of AAMgroup rate of $139.00/night valid for stay dates of September 11th - September 16th.

    Website: To book direct guests can also visit https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/north-carolina/hyatt-place-chapel-hill-southern-village/rduzc?corp_id=G-AASC.    The Corporate/Group Code is: G-AASC.

    Last Day for Reservations:  Cutoff date to make reservations is  August 16th, 2019.

    Hyatt Place offers free breakfast, wi-fi, and on-site parking for guests.  We are also walking distance to Southern Village and it’s shops, movie eateries, including the new second location of famous Al’s Burger Shack!  www.southernvillage.com.



    Cancellation Policy for NCSAAM Events:

    One month prior to seminar date: Full refund minus $25 cancellation fee.

    One month to one week prior: 60% of tuition will be refunded.

    Less than one week prior or nonattendance: No refunds.



    • 09/13/2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 09/15/2019
    • 5:30 PM
    • Hyatt Place Chapel Hill/Southern Village - 1090 US Highway 15 501 South - Chapel Hill, NC 27517
    Register

                   Battlefield Acupuncture

    8 NCCAOM PDAs, 8 CAB("Provider Number 1115, Auriculotherapy Seminars,  240-413-4211

    California CEUs pending


    • Learn the History of Acupuncture and Auriculotherapy in the USA
    • Identify the 5 BFA points and their locations
    • Understand the functions of each BFA point
    • Become familiar ASP ear needles
    • Use silicone ear models to ASP needle insertion techniques
    • Determine if BFA is an appropriate treatment for the patient
    • Identify each patient’s pathology by inspection of the ear
    • Choosing the correct ASP metal for each patient
    • Determine the dominate ear to improve treatment outcomes
    • Establish clinical cutoffs for each patient treated with BFA
    • Identifying treatment side effects
    • Learn to incorporate BFA and auriculotherapy successful into your clinic 



    Healing Community Trauma:

    How to Do Acupuncture in the Field for Traumatic Events

    15 PDA/CEUs (including 2 CEUs/PDAs of ethics and 2.5 CEUs/PDAs of safety NCCAOM, CA, TX)

    Healing Community Trauma is an immersive two-day training that strengthens the clinical, organizing and leadership skills needed to establish disaster relief efforts and community service clinics for people affected by trauma. Participants will learn how to establish mobile clinics onsite after disasters and ongoing community service clinics for veterans, immigrants, first-responders and other local populations that may suffer from trauma. It also prepares participants to develop and work in international community service clinics that are part of World Healing Exchange trips and other AWB-affiliated international programs.

    Curriculum includes: 

    • How to set up a mobile acupuncture clinic for trauma recovery in your community
    • Review of the NADA protocol for disaster response efforts creating effective teams for trauma relief work in the field
    • Working with communities & individuals after severe trauma
    • Recognizing and managing acute and secondary traumatic stress
    • The neurobiology of trauma and why acupuncture can reduce post-traumatic stress
    • Using the HeartMath system for trauma reduction in the field or in a clinic setting
    • How to set up a Community Service Clinic to treat veterans, military personnel, refugees, domestic and sexual violence survivors, and other groups affected by trauma
    • A practicum to give you the experience of participating in a community-style acupuncture field clinic —as a practitioner or a patient


    HOTEL INFORMATION:

    Call In reservations:  Call the hotel at 919-929-9511 and request "NC Society of AAMgroup rate of $139.00/night valid for stay dates of September 11th - September 16th.

    Website: To book direct guests can also visit https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/north-carolina/hyatt-place-chapel-hill-southern-village/rduzc?corp_id=G-AASC.    The Corporate/Group Code is: G-AASC.

    Last Day for Reservations:  Cutoff date to make reservations is  August 16th, 2019.

    Hyatt Place offers free breakfast, wi-fi, and on-site parking for guests.  We are also walking distance to Southern Village and it’s shops, movie eateries, including the new second location of famous Al’s Burger Shack!  www.southernvillage.com.


    Cancellation Policy for NCSAAM Events:

    One month prior to seminar date: Full refund minus $25 cancellation fee.

    One month to one week prior: 60% of tuition will be refunded.

    Less than one week prior or nonattendance: No refunds.



    • 09/14/2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 09/15/2019
    • 5:30 PM
    • Hyatt Place Chapel Hill/Southern Village - 1090 US Highway 15 501 South - Chapel Hill, NC 27517
    Register


    Healing Community Trauma:

    How to Do Acupuncture in the Field for Traumatic Events

    15 PDA/CEUs (including 2 CEUs/PDAs of ethics and 2.5 CEUs/PDAs of safety) NCCAOM, CA, TX)

    Healing Community Trauma is an immersive two-day training that strengthens the clinical, organizing and leadership skills needed to establish disaster relief efforts and community service clinics for people affected by trauma. Participants will learn how to establish mobile clinics onsite after disasters and ongoing community service clinics for veterans, immigrants, first-responders and other local populations that may suffer from trauma. It also prepares participants to develop and work in international community service clinics that are part of World Healing Exchange trips and other AWB-affiliated international programs.

    Curriculum includes: 

    • How to set up a mobile acupuncture clinic for trauma recovery in your community
    • Review of the NADA protocol for disaster response efforts creating effective teams for trauma relief work in the field
    • Working with communities & individuals after severe trauma
    • Recognizing and managing acute and secondary traumatic stress
    • The neurobiology of trauma and why acupuncture can reduce post-traumatic stress
    • Using the HeartMath system for trauma reduction in the field or in a clinic setting
    • How to set up a Community Service Clinic to treat veterans, military personnel, refugees, domestic and sexual violence survivors, and other groups affected by trauma
    • A practicum to give you the experience of participating in a community-style acupuncture field clinic —as a practitioner or a patient


    HOTEL INFORMATION:


    Call In reservations:  Call the hotel at 919-929-9511 and request "NC Society of AAMgroup rate of $139.00/night valid for stay dates of September 11th - September 16th.

    Website: To book direct guests can also visit https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/north-carolina/hyatt-place-chapel-hill-southern-village/rduzc?corp_id=G-AASC.    The Corporate/Group Code is: G-AASC.

    Last Day for Reservations:  Cutoff date to make reservations is  August 16th, 2019.

    Hyatt Place offers free breakfast, wi-fi, and on-site parking for guests.  We are also walking distance to Southern Village and it’s shops, movie eateries, including the new second location of famous Al’s Burger Shack!  www.southernvillage.com



    Cancellation Policy for NCSAAM Events:

    One month prior to seminar date: Full refund minus $25 cancellation fee.

    One month to one week prior: 60% of tuition will be refunded.

    Less than one week prior or nonattendance: No refunds.


    • 03/28/2020
    • 9:00 AM
    • 03/29/2020
    • 5:30 PM
    • Embassy Suites by Hilton Raleigh-Durham Airport Brier Creek
    Register

    The Inner Functions of Acupuncture Point Function: Images & Archetypes
    Presenter:  Lonny Jarrett, MS, M.Ac.

    The imagery contained in the acupuncture point names  will be discussed as it relates to the point’s deeper functions. Acupuncture points will be discussed as archetypes that embrace the full realm of human expression. I will present the meridians as maps of the body, soul, and spirit as they pertain to the integral functioning of the evolving human being. We will consider the diaphragm as the demarcation between consciousness and unconscious and the importance of opening it early in treatment in order to create a stable foundation for health. I will present the points and herbs that open the diaphragm. Points on every channel will be considered as icons of Chinese philosophical, cosmological, and medical concepts. The diaphragm as a demarcation between the unconscious and consciousness, and as an organ of repression will be presented. Points will be addressed for their physical, emotional, psychological, soul, and spirit level functions. We will also discuss the function of several point categories including source, xi-cleft, luo, reunion, and window points.  

    We will review the use of the 60, Five-element points in terms of constructing elegant treatments, as well as analyze many acupuncture point combinations.

    Material will be drawn from, "The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine" by Lonny Jarrett. 

    • What is an acupuncture point?
    • How are points like archetypes?
    • How do they work?
    • What is the role of intention in activating point function?
    • What is the relationship between a point's name and its function?
    • What is the relationship between an acupuncture point and it's meridian?
    • How to design treatments that resonate with the patient’s functional dynamics while considering, time, weather, season, signs, and symptoms.

    Hotel details:

    Embassy Suites by Hilton Raleigh-Durham Airport Brier Creek

    8001 Arco Corporate Drive

    Raleigh, NC 27617

    Phone: (919) 572-2200

    Fax:(919) 572-2229

    MORE INFORMATION HERE

    https://embassysuites.hilton.com/en/es/groups/personalized/R/RDUACES-NCS-20200327/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

    Group Name:

    NCSAAM Room Block

    Group Code:

    NCS

    Check-in:

    27-MAR-2020

    Check-out:

    29-MAR-2020

    Hotel Name:

    Embassy Suites by Hilton Raleigh Durham Airport Brier Creek

    Hotel Address:

    8001 Arco Corporate Drive

     

    Raleigh, North Carolina

     

    27617-2010

    Phone Number:

    (919) 957-6952


    Cancellation Policy for NCSAAM Events:

    One month prior to seminar date: Full refund minus $25 cancellation fee.

    One month to one week prior: 60% of tuition will be refunded.

    Less than one week prior or nonattendance: No refunds.


Past events

06/22/2019 Basics of VA and Private Insurance Billing
04/28/2019 The Prevention and Treatment of Cancer Using Traditional Japanese Acupuncture, Diet, and Other Therapies
03/30/2019 2019 Annual Member Meeting
03/30/2019 Advanced Pediatrics TCM and Shonishin Seminar/Behavioral Disorders
03/12/2019 Legislative Day at NC General Assembly
02/23/2019 Acupuncture, Essential Oils and Meditation to treat Disharmonies of Shen
02/07/2019 Triad Business and Networking Meeting
01/26/2019 Acupuncture and Herbal Therapy Protocols for Opioid Withdrawal
01/12/2019 Basics of VA and Private Insurance Billing
10/07/2018 Safety in Hospice Acupuncture and Home Care
10/07/2018 Hospice Acupuncture Ethics
10/06/2018 What You Need to Know to Become an Effective Hospice and Palliative Care Acupuncturist: Treatment Considerations, Ethics and Safety for End-of-Life Care
08/26/2018 The Basics of VA and Private Insurance Billing
08/25/2018 Ishizaka Ryu Traditional Japanese Acupuncture, used for Pain Control, Concussion, Face and Body Rejuvenation
08/15/2018 NCSAAM Business and Pleasure Social
07/15/2018 The Basics of VA and Private Insurance Billing
06/02/2018 Micro-Current in Acupuncture Practice
05/20/2018 Ishizaka Ryu Traditional Japanese Acupuncture, used for Pain Control, Concussion, Face and Body Rejuvenation
05/05/2018 NCSAAM Annual Membership Meeting
05/05/2018 Lunch options for May 6
05/05/2018 Lunch options for May 5
05/05/2018 Yuan Qi Acupuncture for Pain
04/08/2018 Intro to Biomedical Functional Nutrition to Enhance TCM
11/11/2017 Your Gut Is Your Center of Your Universe: Healing The Microbiome
09/10/2017 Face Rejuvenation with Acupuncture and Herbs
08/26/2017 Introduction to Jing Fang Classical Herbal Theory
06/17/2017 Distal Point Protocols for Breast Congestion
06/04/2017 Face Rejuvenation with Acupuncture and Herbs
05/27/2017 A Concise Introduction to Medical Qigong
04/30/2017 Annual Member Meeting
04/29/2017 Traditional Pulse Diagnosis for Contemporary Practice
04/02/2017 Pain Relief Through Ishizaka Ryu Japanese Acupuncture
03/25/2017 Ishizaka Ryu Basic Training
03/05/2017 Ishizaka Ryu Basic Training
02/11/2017 TCM Treatment Strategies for Common Headache/All About Back and Knee Pain
02/05/2017 Treating Our Nation's Veterans: Opioid Use, VA Credentialing and Billing
01/15/2017 Treating Our Nation's Veterans: Opioid Use, VA Credentialing and Billing
10/29/2016 Walk A Thon
10/23/2016 Ishizaka Ryu Basic Training
10/15/2016 Opioids Detox and TCM
10/13/2016 Nutrition and Acupuncture
09/28/2016 Charlotte Political Action Meeting
09/25/2016 Stressed Out People: Two Common Patterns Seen in the Clinic
09/21/2016 Triad Political Action Meeting
09/15/2016 Beach Political Action Meeting
09/11/2016 Low Back Pain and TCM
09/11/2016 Charlotte Political Action Meeting
06/18/2016 Introduction to Jing Fang Classical Herbal Theory
06/04/2016 Treating Unexplained Fertility with TCM
05/14/2016 Annual Member Meeting
05/14/2016 NCAAOM Annual Symposium: Chronic Liver Disease & Cancer Support
05/13/2016 Asheville Political Action Meeting
05/02/2016 Triangle Political Action Meeting
04/24/2016 Basic Training in Ishizaka Ryu
03/28/2016 San Jiao Energetics: How it Works from Beginning to End
02/21/2016 Nutrition, Herbs, and Acupuncture for Pain
02/20/2016 The NCCAOM Safety and Ethics Course
02/13/2016 Acupuncture in the Treatment of Breast Pathology

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