Acupuncture 201: Needle Technique
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Topic: Acupuncture 201: Needle Technique
Credit Hours: 2
Instructor: Stephen Tranter, DC
Needle Technique: This course is a detailed review of safe needle technique and safe point selection followed by a selection of must-know points and concepts to help (and wow!) your patients.
- Clean needle technique
- Safe point selection
- Needle etiquette and patient comfort issues
- Effective, quick and accessible Drain The Pain points for treating common pain complaints and extremity weakness
- Illustrate elements of safe needle technique
- Review safe point selection, including pregnancy
- Develop comfortable acupuncture treatments
- Discuss acupuncture points, objective findings and subjective complaints
Dr. Tranter has been in private practice since 1984. Over the past 14 years, he has successfully included acupuncture, acupressure and auriculotherapy to improve clinical outcomes for his chiropractic patients, and is passionate about bringing this information to other chiropractors. Tranter is a 1982 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic – Davenport, where he met and married Dr. Patricia Felder, and started their practice together. He is a Fellow of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture (FIAMA). He was an Assistant Professor for Flexion Distraction at Parker College of Chiropractic, has taught numerous clinical post graduate classes, and is a coauthor of the technique book, “Motion Assisted Palpation and Motion Adjusting.” He enjoys making complex concepts simple and straightforward, and he loves to provide his colleagues with practical information they can use immediately to help their patients. Dr. Tranter is a member of the Texas Chiropractic Association. Dr. Tranter, also, serves as post graduate faculty for Texas College of Chiropractic. He enjoys hiking, skiing and researching health and wellness information. Dr. Tranter and his wife recently received a lifetime community service award from the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce. They have 3 children and 2 grandchildren.
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