Lire la suite. Yamamotos theory and techniques, including essential information on Basic points, Ypsilon points, and new points developed by the author. A detailed discussion of indications, contraindications, diagnosis, needling selection, techniques, and possible side effects gives readers everything they need to determine the most effective treatment protocols for each patient.
Features of the second edition:A new chapter on energy and healing explains how YNSA worksCarefully selected clinical cases demonstrate how to integrate YNSA into daily practiceA color-coded laminated chart displays every YNSA point and serves as a convenient reference in the clinical setting86 illustrations and algorithms supplement descriptions of points and treatmentsAn accompanying DVD features narrated, live presentations of palpatory, diagnostic, and therapeutic techniquesThe second edition of Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture is an ideal introductory text for newcomers to the field as well as an indispensable resource for acupuncturists and pain specialists seeking to optimize patient care.
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For your first physiotherapy appointment at Nexus Massage and Rehab; please prepare the following, if applicable: Loose and comfortable clothes Any referrals or paperwork that pertains to your condition A list of medication Any imaging results i. During the treatment, the physiotherapist will be doing some assessments and exercises with you.
Please bring or wear clothes that will allow your physiotherapist to address your area of concern and for you to move freely during exercise. You can also bring a change of clothes ie. Shorts, t-shirt, sports bra to allow for better movement. What is involved in a Physiotherapy treatment at Nexus Massage and Rehab? Physiotherapy treatments may include, but not limited to the following: Education Health promotion and prevention services Personalized therapeutic exercise programs Soft tissue and manual therapy techniques; including massage, spinal and peripheral joint mobilization Physical, electrotherapeutic and mechanical agents Addressing environmental change and focusing on removing barriers to function May involve referral to other health care professionals to optimize your recovery Your physiotherapists at Nexus Massage and Rehab will work and collaborate with you to customize your rehabilitation treatment based on the nature of your condition, age, activity levels, values and your goals.
Does Physiotherapy hurt? For the initial physiotherapy appointment, your physiotherapist will be probing the area in which you have pain and assess your limits of pain. Due to this, after your first appointment it is normal to feel a little sore and aggravated. The goal of physiotherapy is to provide you with the knowledge and tools to self-manage your condition, not to cause pain!
Is Physiotherapy the same as Massage? This is a question we get a lot.
No, physiotherapy is not just massage. Physiotherapy treatment may involve soft tissue techniques, but it is not our sole treatment. Physiotherapy consists of a combination of manual therapy, exercises, laser therapy, ultrasound, and much more, depending on your needs.
How many sessions do I need to see results? This vastly depends on the nature of condition and the individual. Everyone is different and responds to physiotherapy differently. Your physiotherapist will address these individualistic factors and tailor your physiotherapy treatment especially to you and adjust it depending on your recovery process. Your physiotherapist may refer you to other health professionals to optimize your rehabilitation.
In the event that your pain and condition does not respond to physiotherapy or if physiotherapy is not appropriate for you, the physiotherapist will refer you to the appropriate health professional or your family doctor. No referral is needed to see a physiotherapist. Please check your insurance provider if a referral is needed to access your benefits and what you are entitled to. What is Acupuncture or TCM?
Its use can be found in artifacts dating back to BC. Imbalance of qi in the body is at the root of all ailments and disease. By regulating the state of qi with the needles, we can help guide the body back into balance. Acupuncture can treat any conditions and is often a great compliment to other treatment programs as well.
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What can Acupuncture be used for? Acupuncture may be used for a wide variety of health issues.
How does Acupuncture work? From a traditional eastern perspective, acupuncture works by modulating the flow of qi or energy in the body. The needles are inserted at specific points on the body which lie along meridians energy channels.
The insertion of the needles can regulate the flow of energy not only at the specific point or channel but also in the organs themselves. What should I do before a treatment? Make sure you are well hydrated and have eaten within the last two hours. For convenience for yourself and the practitioner, it is best to wear loose and light clothing which will provide easier access to certain areas of the body for treatment. What is a typical Acupuncture treatment like at Nexus Massage and Rehab?
A typical treatment here at Nexus Massage and Rehab consists of an initial appointment where the practitioner goes through an intake with you, asking you a series of questions, performs a tongue diagnosis and palpation of your pulse to understand your health status and constitution which will then guide the treatment plan. After the intake, your acupuncturist will put thin needles in certain areas of your body. The needles will remain in the body for 15 to 30 minutes.
Additional treatment with tuina Chinese massage may be included if necessary. Subsequent treatments will involve a brief recap of the previous treatment and a quick analysis of the patient's current status followed by acupuncture. Where does the Acupuncturist insert the needles? The most common areas that will be needled during treatment will be on the limbs.
Case studies provide examples of physical therapy applications to help you connect theory and practice and build strong clinical reasoning skills. Special boxes highlight Clinical Signs, Interventions, and Case Studies to alert you to important information within the text. Practice patterns and case studies are formatted according to the Guide to Physical Therapy Practice to familiarize you with standardized terminology used in practice. Similar ebooks. Acupuncture in Manual Therapy -E-Book. Jennie Longbottom. Acupuncture in Manual Therapy is a comprehensive overview of manual therapy interventions combined with acupuncture management of musculoskeletal disorders covering all major joints of the body.
The book is intended to offer physiotherapists and students of acupuncture a clinical reasoning model, whilst supporting suggested interventions with the relevant evidence base in order to alleviate pain, restore function and facilitate rehabilitation within musculoskeletal management. It places an emphasis on the neurophysiological processes of pain management stressing the importance of using the correct intervention for the relevant presenting pain mechanism.
Each chapter discusses suggested manual intervention, acupuncture evidence and physiological processes underpinning this combined approach to musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction including meridian acupuncture, auricular acupuncture, electroacupuncture, tens and trigger point acupuncture as a means of addressing the varying pain patterns presented within musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
Twelve chapters addressing each major joint of the musculoskeletal systemOver imagesA clinical reasoning model for manual therapy and acupuncture interventionRelevant case studies that support the student undertaking acupuncture training. Ying Xia. Acupuncture therapy has been practiced in China and other Asian countries for more than two thousand years.
Modern clinical research has confirmed the impressive therapeutic effect of acupuncture on numerous human ailments, such as controlling pain, nausea, and vomiting. However, the biological mechanisms of acupuncture are still under debate. According to this model, acupuncture is believed to treat the diseased organs by modulating two conditions known as Yin and Yang, which represent all the opposite principles that people find in the universe, both inside and outside the human body.
Yin and Yang complement each other, and are subjected to changes between each other. The balance of Yin and Yang is thought to be maintained by Qi, an energy substance flowing constantly through the meridian, a network connecting all the organs of the body. The illness, according to this theory, is the temporary dominance of one principle over the other, owing to the blockade of the Qi from flowing through the meridian under certain circumstance.