Songs Style Musculoskeletal Pain Management Workshops

Learn a unique approach to using Chinese Medicine for Musculoskeletal Pain with Mr. Song.
Introduction:

Songs Style Musculoskeletal Pain Management Workshops teach a combination of precise acupuncture needling, cupping, Tuina massage, exercise and patient education plays a fundamental role in achieving the most effective results. This is the strategy of using Chinese Medicine for Musculoskeletal Pain management.

These hands-on rolling courses will focus on Mr. Song’s practical approach to the most commonly seen conditions in everyday clinic practice. You will quickly grasp and be able to apply Mr. Song’s skills in your daily practice after taking these courses.

These course can be taken individually or in sequence depending upon what you wish to learn. There are 9, one day courses in total. They will be held on the 1st Sunday of every month commencing in March 2020.

Mr. Song will explain the features of musculoskeletal pain, and guide you to the most efficient treatment strategy and plan.

  1. The focus will be on the method of diagnosis in general, and in particular the accurate anatomical diagnosis of musculoskeletal pain and pinpointing of the actual tissue damage causing the pain. This is a brilliant strategy to achieve the best clinical result in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain.
  2. Mr. Song will also explain his unique view of the best body positioning when treating pain, choosing acupuncture points and needling techniques.
  3. Management of musculoskeletal pain will be taught by Song as a combination of Tuina massage, cupping, acupuncture, exercise and patient education.
  4. Demonstrations of the treatment strategy will be organised during the practical workshops.
New Dates for 2022/2023

New dates for 2022/2023 for the Songs Style Musculoskeletal Pain Management Workshops are:

Day 1: 09/10/2022 – Management of musculoskeletal pain with Traditional Chinese medicine.

Day 2: 06/11/2022 – Searching Ashi points (Trigger points, Reactive points) and their needling techniques.

Day 3: 04/12/2022 – Management of Neck Pain.

Day 4: 08/01/2023 – Management of Knee pain.

Day 5: 05/02/2023 – Management of Sciatic pain.

Day 6: 05/03/2023 – Management of musculoskeletal pain with Traditional Chinese exercise (Tai Chi & Qi Gong).

Day 7: 02/04/2023 – Management of headaches & migraines.

Day 8:
30/04/2023 – Management of Lower Back pain.

Day 9: 28/05/2023 – Holism, Meridian theory and chronic musculoskeletal pain.

Please email us at info@asante-academy.com for more information.

Cost:

Fees for Songs Style Musculoskeletal Pain Management Workshops are as follows:

£120 per/day

£95 per day when booking 3 days or more.

To book, please call 020 8347 6677 or email us at info@asante-academy.com

Venue: Asante Academy of Chinese Medicine
430 Archway Road, Highgate N6 4JH

How to find us:

By Tube: Highgate Station (Northern Line), take exit 3 and turn right onto Archway Road/A1 towards Southwood Lane. Cross the traffic lights and we are located approximately 20meters further up Archway Road on the right hand side.

By Bus: 263 – Stopping at Muswell Hill Road, and 134 or 43 stopping at Highgate Tube station.

Songs Style Musculoskeletal Pain Management Workshops
About your tutor:

Mr. Yunqin Song (MSc TCM, MATCM, MWFCMS) has been practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 20 years. He has experience in China as a physician, focusing on orthopaedic and peripheral vascular surgery. His mastery and knowledge of biomechanics as a Tai-Chi instructor rounds up into a new system of understanding musculoskeletal conditions.

He has been successfully treating uncommon and difficult diseases using Acupuncture and Tuina Massage for over 20 years and has a particular interest in musculoskeletal conditions and pain management.

Mr. Song is currently teaching and practicing at the Asante Academy of Chinese Medicine. The Songs Style Musculoskeletal Pain Management Workshops are developed to incorporate his detailed knowledge of TCM with that of modern Western pain management which he has gained during his studies on UCL’s MSc Pain Management degree course.

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