The Use of YNSA in Rehabilitation on Patients with Balance Disorders and Walking Disabilities David Bomzon

The Use of YNSA in Rehabilitation on Patients with Balance Disorders and Walking Disabilities

Speaker: David Bomzon

When: Tuesday, March 21, 2017. 15:30-19:30

Language: Hebrew

Field: Acupuncture - Diagnostics - Scientific Research

This Lecture is suitable for advanced practitioner

Abstract: Walking is a very imported ability in rehabilitation. A patient that files to walk will develop many more syndromes with will bring to his deterioration in the situation. There for it is very important to bring  the patient to a stat that he can walk by him self.

In this workshop I will teach the combination of points that will assist the patient with walking problems.

I will teach the muskets that are important for walking so the practitioner will know hat to tack into account when treating this tape of patients.

I will teach to the rehabilitation approach in neurological disorders sach as:

  • Symptoms of neurological disturbances which stem from various diseases.
  • Conditions of various functional disturbances.
  • Chronic or acute pain (back pain, pain in the legs, hands, arms, neck etc).
  • Stroke
  • Paralysis
  • Diseases which cause pain.
  • Difficulty in mobility and limitation in movement.
  • Sensation problems.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. The participant will learn what are the needling points of YNSA are necessary for walking disorders.
  2. The student will learn how is YNSA applied to a patient with neurological disease and how that can help in the rehabilitation.
  3. The student will learn what is accrete walking pattern.

 

References:

  1. YNSA textbook by Dr yamamoto new edition 2009.
  2. The Effect of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation in Patients with Acute Exacerbation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Randomized Controlled Trial.
  3. [Effects of Acupuncture Intervention Combined with Rehabilitation on Standing-balance-walking Ability in Stroke Patients].

 

 

This post is also available in: Hebrew

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