The Underlying Theory Behind Master Tung Point Selection
Why, What, When & How to Use Specific Points
The hardest and most frustrating thing is when we hope and pray what needle choice, we picked helps our patient.
Over the years I have witnessed acupuncturists' desperation as they choose points based on the “back of the book” or from some random page in their seminar notes.
Master Tung acupuncture does NOT have to be complicated nor frustrating.
This seminar is about the consistently reliable and predictable results and theory while practicing master Tung points in your clinic.
If the theory is correct?
The point choice is simple.
The results are exemplary.
Your patients will be excited.
And your clinic will be a clinic of patients improving and getting amazing medical outcomes.
This is the Master Tung method. Are you ready to re-consolidate the theory you know while taking your knowledge up a notch?
Intro to Master Tung:
THE BIG 5- Who, What, Where, When, and Why
Nomenclature of Master Tung points
Quick overview of the numbering system
Nerve reaction area idea
Concept of the 5 Zang
Understanding Channel relationships
Dr. Tan idea folded over to Master Tung, what channel relationships are the best
Concept of the Image and the Mirror
What images are best and which are not appropriate under what/which circumstances.
Using the Tung system for Clinical success:
How we do this
Why do we do this
Understanding the 3-4 limb concept
How to structure treatment plans with your patients for clinical success
How to get away from being neurotic about immediate patient outcomes and why this is important
Communicating how and why the Tung points work to your patients
Educating your patients for more informed patients and a smoother journey
Working through some basic treatment plans and treatment strategies for clinical success
Brad Whisnant, DAOM, LAc, is a professional doctor of acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.
He runs his private clinic in St. Helens, Oregon where he treats 100+ patients a week on his own. He teaches and lectures both in the US and Internationally.
Dr Whisnant has authored 8 other books on the distal styles of Master Tung and Dr Tan's Balance Method of acupuncture. He also given over 100 seminars and lectures.
He is a passionate advocate of acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and is dedicated to demystifying and simplifying acupuncture to help spread and disseminate these styles to the acupuncturist globally