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In this acupuncture continuing education course, the acupuncturist can expect to gain knowledge of specific muscles injured in lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) and how to locate these muscles for a more successful and effective treatment. Explore common points that are useful in treating this condition, and how these points were chosen using the channel theory method utilizing Yang Ming and Tai Yin channels and points. Discussion of complementary modalities are included, such as moxa, cupping, gua sha, and electrical stimulation, to further reinforce the acupuncture treatment and allow the patient to return to their daily activities. Additionally, we review common causes of tennis elbow, strengthening exercises, stretches, and more.
NCCAOM Board Approved #1208 – AOM-AC Florida Acupuncture Board Approved (50-19152) – General Hours California Acupuncture Board Approved CEUs, Category I – CEP#1304 – California Board Approved 7/9/2021 through 6/8/2024 – CA licensees must complete this course before 6/8/2024 to receive CEU credit. ACE reports your CEUs/PDAs to CE Broker & the NCCAOM. TX Approved CAE (General)
CTCMPAO PDAs – Registered Acupuncturists can select their own Professional Development Activites (PDAs) CTCMA Acupuncture CE – Registered Acupuncturists can self-select their acupuncture CE hours. The College of Acupuncturists of Alberta – Registered Acupuncturists can self-select Continuing Competency Program activities (CCPs).