Clinical Applications of AcuGraph Meridian Diagnostics, by Dr. Jake Fratkin – 12 CEUs

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What You’ll Learn: Taught by Dr. Jake Paul Fratkin, this course is a deep dive into AcuGraph Meridian Diagnostics and Japanese-style treatment. Trained in Korean and Japanese acupuncture since 1975, and Chinese herbal medicine since 1982, Dr. Fratkin is a true master practitioner and teacher. He is the recipient of ACUPUNCTURIST OF THE YEAR, 1999, by the AAAOM and TEACHER OF THE YEAR, 2006, American Association of Teachers of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AATAOM) and is a founding member of the Holistic Pediatric Association.

If you’re interested in a technical, comprehensive look at Ryodoraku, AcuGraph diagnostics and treatment options, and meridian therapy, this is the course for you.

Dr. Fratkin Covers:

  • The correct way to integrate TCM principles with AcuGraph findings
  • The most effective treatment order for multiple graph patterns
  • The Japanese secret solution to the Root/Branch dichotomy
  • The BEST method to bring healing Qi to your hands–and use it to influence the patient
  • Meridian Sequence Qi Gong
  • Clinical Applications of AcuGraph treatment options
  • Additional Treatments using AcuGraph Findings
  • Practitioner O-ring muscle testing for Point Selection
  • Logical Selection of Points by Function
  • Dr. Fratkin’s Back Treatment for Structural Integration

Additionally, Dr. Fratkin Demonstrates:

  • Tipped uterus
  • Ileocecal valve (open or closed)
  • Hiatal hernia
  • Scar interferences
  • TaiJi Yin/Yang Structural Release Protocol

Instructions: While viewing course materials, please consider these questions:

  1. Explain how scar tissue can affect the meridian system and how to treat scar interferences with acupuncture.
  2. Which two point categories, besides tonification and sedation points, can be used both for tonification and sedation on the meridian because they are self-regulating.
  3. Describe how root and branch treatments relate to meridian balancing and TCM.
  4. What are the common symptoms for a closed ileocecal valve and what points would are recommended for treatment?

When you have completed the course work, you will be required to answer these questions on the course worksheet prior to receiving your end-of-course assessment for credit.

Note: Course must be completed within 1 year from day of enrollment.

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