Live Meeting at the FSOMA Conference August 10th, 2017 / 7pm-9pm
Wyndham Grand Bonnet Creek 14651 Chelonia Parkway, Orlando, FL
FALL – TBD
November 12th, 2016 / 1pm-4pm
Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine 100 E Broward St, #100, Ft Lauderdale, FL
Consult Florida Board of Acupuncture Website for the agenda and exact location of each meeting:
August 11-13, 2017
Nationally & Internationally known speakers
Wyndham Grand Hotel at Bonnet Creek Resort 14651 Chelonia Parkway, Orlando, FL
Attendee Details Coming Soon
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To receive FSOMA Member Discounts, send a copy of your Membership Certificate when you register. E-mail the FSOMA office if you need your Membership Certificate resent.
Sunday, June 25, 2017
7 NCCAOM PDA Points
Seminar 2017-02: Tangzhen – Comfortable Acupuncture
Speaker: Dr. Shaobai Wang
Location: 200 Old Country Road, Suite 410-5, Mineola, NY 11501
The seminar will discuss the following:
1. What is Tangzhen – Comfortable Acupuncture?
2. Importance of Ashi point.
3. Application of Ashi concept in Jin Three Needle Technique
4. Principle of Shugan Three Needle
5. Importance of treatment of Shen
6. Tangzhen demonstration
Saturday, July 29, 2017 at 10:00 AM and Sunday, July 30, 2017 at 5:30 PM
Mastering the Core: The Great Value of the Causal-Chain Method and Introduction to the KHE Balance Method with Stephen Stiteler that will be held on Saturday July 29th to Sunday July 30th, 2016 from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm at the Dragon Rises College of Oriental Medicine in Gainesville, FL.
This seminar is based on the 35 plus year clinical experience of Dr. Stephen Stiteler, LAc. of Los Angeles, CA integrating Kiiko Matsumoto’s system of Japanese Abdominal Diagnosis with the principle of finding the head of the Causal Chain- essentially how to find the most important condition affecting the system Dr. Stiteler call “The CORE”. This seminar will dive deep into abdominal diagnosis and other reflex points on the body, their diagnostic significance, and how to prioritize your treatments to get the most from the least with acupuncture and magnet therapies. Treatment of the CORE reflexes will be taught using the Korean Hand Energetics system, but can also be treated utilizing standard body acupuncture points. We prefer the Korean Hand model as it is faster, safer, easier, and repeatable by the patients at home in self care speeding the healing process time.
Day 1 of the seminar will cover the background of the CORE reflexes and understanding their role in treating the patient at the root, not just the branch of their symptoms. The afternoon portion will provide direct hands on application of the CORE and the Causal Channing of findings, determining which reflexes in the body are influencing the others. The prioritizing of clinical findings allows you the practitioner to find blocks to healing and minimizes the number of systems and points that have to be addressed in order to bring the body back in to a state of homeostasis.
Day 2 of the seminar will cover the most influential reflex points from the back and spine and how they can be integrated into the CORE diagnostic hierachy. We will also introduce to the attendee how to use the Balance Method in the Korean Hand Energetics System in order to treat pain and give clear examples of the correct polarity to utilize at each point to maximize clinical effectiveness. The seminar will give the attendees the tools to clear away blocks to healing in their patients and treatments for pain that deliver fast, effective results.
12 CEU’s will be available for attending the full length of the seminar provided through CE Broker.
It will be helpful for attendees if they have had either previous training in Korean Hand Therapy or Kiiko Matsumoto style abdominal diagnosis, but even those that haven’t can benefit from this seminar using the modalities they are already familiar with.
Questions about the seminar can be directed to Jerrod Fletcher, AP at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 352-281-8989. Seating is limited and will be first come first serve for the event.
So join us on Saturday July 29, 2017 and Sunday July 30, 2017 and learn from a proficient teacher these extremely effective tools of diagnosis and treatment and transform your practice today!
Dragon Rises College of Oriental Medicine
1000 NE 16th Ave, Bldg F
Gainesville, FL 32061
Early Sign Up Cost (until July 14th):
Costs after July 14th for first time attendees that are practitioners will be $315 and for students $265
Class Outline: Mastering the Core: the Great Value of the Causal-Chain Method and Introduction to the KHE Balance Method can be seen at the Eventbrite page at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mastering-the-core-the-great-value-of-the-causal-chain-method-and-introduction-to-the-khe-balance-tickets-33344328785
A video invitation from Dr. Stephen Stiteler at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imkGbEFUEnY&t=202s
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August 25-26 Palmyra Wisconsin
Standard Process Inc, East Meets West Conference
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Dr. Suzanne Robidoux, Ph. D. CM, L. Ac. has been learning and practicing with some of the most interesting Chinese Masters in China and Taiwan for the last 16 years. She has mastered the Classical acupuncture technique from her master in Taiwan by practicing with him for over 3 years, she has practiced cranial acupuncture with her teacher for over a year at the outpatient department of the Brain Hospital in Nanjing while competing her doctorates.
Scalp Acupuncture for Neurological Disorders
7.5 PDA (NCCAOM) Raleigh, NC $235
Sept 16th, 17th
Jing Fang Classical Herbal Medicine for Neurological/Emotional Issues
15 PDA (NCCAOM) Raleigh, NC $465
Sept 20th-23rd Foundations of Jing Fang Herbal Medicine (part 1 of 4)
27.5 PDA (NCCAOM) Pittsboro, NC $900
You will be connected to the Florida Legislature website, which is the official custodian of the statutes.
Chapter 457: Acupuncture
Chapter 120: Administrative Procedure Act
Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.)
You will be connected to the Florida Department of State: State Library and Archives of Florida website, which is the official custodian of the administrative codes.
Rules: Chapter 64B1:Board of Acupuncture
Rules: Chapter 64B: Division of Medical Quality Assurance