Many practitioners lack confidence in treating rotator cuff problems yet it is very common in clinical practice. The shoulder is a complex joint designed for a wide range of movements: elevation, depression, internal/external rotation, abduction, adduction, protraction and retraction. This workshop will review the musculature and peripheral nerves that act on the shoulder and how to use electrical acupuncture to reduce pain, improve range of movement, enhance joint stability and muscle activation.
Poney Chiang received a PhD from the Institute of Medical Science, University of Toronto, then a Master’s degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. He is an adjunct professor and founding director of the Integrative Acupuncture Program for the Faculty of Health at York University (Toronto). Poney is a professor at the American Neuro-Acupuncture Institute in Santa Fe, and former chair of herbal medicine at the Ontario College of TCM.
He began teaching in 2008 and has offered intensive training events for physicians and physiotherapists in North/South America and in Europe. Poney has been invited to lecture at the World Federation Acupuncture Society, American Academy of Medical Acupuncture Symposiums, Walter Reed Medical Center and Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
His research interests include cadaver dissection, MRI research and their relation to classical channel theory. He is an expert in neuro-anatomy of acupoints and its associated neuro-modulation needle technique. He has authored peer-reviewed articles in Eastern and Western acupuncture journals and is currently focused on writing an integrative acupuncture textbook with Paradigm Publication.
For more information, visit Dr. Poney Chiang’s website: www.neuro-meridian.net(link is external).
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