Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture in Melbourne
StartTime: Mon 23 September 2019 9:00 am
The good news is that at 80 years old, the world renowned creator of Zhu’s Scalp Acupuncture, Professor Zhu, has agreed to do one last seminar in Melbourne. Read below to learn more…
Basics of Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture Sep 2019 - Date: 23-24 September 2019
Internal Medicine, Psychiatric, 5 Senses and ER - Date: 25-29 September 2019
"I get very good results, especially with stroke patients. The human body is not only the body but the mind"
Dr Marcin Wolfinger, Neurologist, Poland
Date: 23-24 September 2019
Presented by: Dr James Lu
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE BASICS OF ZHU'S SCALP ACUPUNCTURE SEMINAR?
- Practitioners who would like to increase their arsenal of effective tools to deliver instant and long term clinical results
- Practitioners who would like to learn an acupuncture system that is famous for neurological conditions
- Practitioners would like to treat “real deal” conditions eg stroke, emergency conditions, spinal cord injuries, paralysis etc
- Chinese medicine students who have special interest in neurological conditions and the scalp acupuncture philosophy and system
Click here to learn what you will learn at the Basics of Zhu’s Scalp Acupuncture seminar this September.
"I think that when you learn from someone you want to be friends with and be around all the time you will just absorb all the information easier"
Dr Peter Mejia, Acupuncturist, Australia
Date: 25-29 September 2019
Presented by: Professor Ming Qing Zhu & Dr James Lu
IN THIS COURSE YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO TREAT:
INTERNAL MEDICINE: Fertility, Digestive, Respiratory and more
FIVE SENSES- Ear, Nose, Throat & Eye conditions
PSYCHIATRIC DISORDER - Psychological Disorders
ER - Stroke, Heart Attack, Brain Injury and more
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HOW IS ZHU SCALP ACUPUNCTURE DIFFERENT FROM OTHER ACUPUNCTURE METHODS?
- Patients display immediate positive responses that translate into long term positive outcomes.
- Long needle retention times, even up to 3 days, provides the patient with a continual therapeutic action.
- It is an integrative form of medicine, informed by both Western and Chinese Medicine paradigms.
- The necessity for ‘Daoyin’ as part of the treatment in order to achieve superior clinical outcomes.
Click here to learn the the focus of the ZSA internal medicine, psychiatric disorders, five senses and emergency conditions
"What I am loving about the ZSA courses is it's just so easy and practical...I can treat immobile people in a much quicker way"
Dr Alia Melki, Acupuncturist, Lebanon