Transcript: By David Que Acupuncture Wu Xing: 5 elements- earth, water, fire, metal, air this is just the theory, remember! Relieves some pain & nausea No strong evidence for other claims And yes, it does hurt. a lot. No basis in modern medicine A Chinese medical practice or procedure that treats illness or provides local anesthesia by the insertion of needles at specified sites of the body www.acupuncture.com Daoism Modern Science Hollow ("yang") organs- intestines, stomach, etc. No scientific evidence for existence of meridians, qi, or acupuncture points Northwestern Health Sciences University Criticism ThEory: A needle stuck in it Relieve pain Treat infertility Cure disease Prevent disease Promote general health Mission: to promote good health and vitality through traditional Chinese medicines and healing techniques Adverse effects in 6-10% of treatments Collection of air or gas between lung and chest wall. Can result in respiratory failure if untreated www.nwhealth.edu/ Minneapolis Complete Oriental Medical Care Qi flows around body in "meridians" Each hole is an acupuncture point THEORY : National Council Against Health Fraud: “theory and practice are based on primitive and fanciful concepts of health and disease that bear no relationship to present scientific knowledge.” Many say acupuncture is a scam that actually causes more pain and lightens your wallet, based on the lack of scientific support for the practice. Disease is caused by a blockage in qi. www.orientalmedcare.com Body contains 2 organ systems: What's the Point? Other injuries include nerve damage, stroke, and brain or kidney damage Wu Xing Community Resources Insertion of needles at acupuncture points opens meridians to flow of qi 針刺 Pneumothorax Disease is caused by imbalance in qi in the yin and yang organs Qi (pronounced "chee") is the force that makes blood flow 50 cases of bacterial infection & 80 cases of hepatitis B since 1970 Theory: Solid ("yin") organs- heart, liver, etc. 針刺 Wu Xing Definition In U.S., needles are required to be sterile Believed to: Belief that all parts of the universe are connected Mission: to improve quality of life through traditional Chinese medicine It's possible that any benefits are just the placebo effect Acupuncture needle Imbalance in yin and yang is caused by a weakness in one of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Yin & Yang Daoism Acupuncture points are located based on the belief that the body is related to the twelve rivers of the ancient Chinese kingdom and the 365 days of the year 針刺 nccam.nih.gov/health/acupuncture/ en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acupuncture www.acupuncturemn.com TCM Health Center Safety Bibliography Weakness develops until it is great enough to disrupt flow of qi Based in Chinese tradition and Applications pneumothorax Mission: To advance and promote natural approaches to health through education, research, clinical services and community involvement And could get Chart of Insertion Points www.quackwatch.org/search/webglimpse.cgi?othersite=&ID=2&query=acupuncture Results 86 deaths, usually because of
Transcript: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzkfNvpGE_Q atraumatic (no cutting edge) designed to slide smoothly through tissues so it doesn't cause bruising or bleeding Length: 2260 hours (680 clinical hours) Diploma 3 academic years full time 2 years intensive 3-6 years part time Location: 2010 Eglinton Ave. W. Suite 302, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6E 2K3 Cost: Full-Time - $600/60 hour course, $10/hour Part-Time - $750/60 hour course History Many Western medical professionals now recognize the benefits of acupuncture as well. They believe that acupuncture encourages the nervous system to release chemicals in the brain, muscles, and spinal cord, which promotes healing in the body. Headaches, migraines and other stress-related conditions Infertility Menstrual cramps and menstrual irregularities Sinus problems Weight problems Originated in China at least 2500 years ago. Spread to neighbouring Asian countries such as Japan, Vietnam, and Korea at about 500 CE. Spread to Europe in the 16th century. It is believed that acupuncture has been in Canada since the first immigrants came in the 19th century Certificate Basic Courses Length: Level 1 - 126 hours Level 2 – 100 hours Certificate - 10 courses for 2 years Cost: Level 1 & 2: $695/course $3475 tuition for a year Location: 1280 Main Street West. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada L8S 4L8 Benefits Thank you for your attention! An ancient form of Chinese medicine where needles are inserted into the body at specific points for a therapeutic effect Used to encourage natural healing, improve mood and energy, relieve pain of affected parts of the body without using other forms of treatment (painkillers, pills, cortisone shots, etc.) Procedure Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine Description Some of the conditions that have been successfully treated with acupuncture include: McMaster University Cont'd TJ Lizardo Acupuncture Needles A dull, heavy, or aching feeling is felt when the needle is placed in the proper place. This is referred to as ‘de Qi’ and is considered by some traditional acupuncturists to be necessary for acupuncture to be effective. When used, the needles are left in place for 15-30 minutes the practitioner may manipulate the needles to strengthen or reduce the flow of Qi The practitioner may use lifting, twisting, and rotating techniques Addictions Allergies Asthma Arthritis, tendonitis and other joint-related problems Back pain Eye disorders Fibromyalgia
Transcript: Intro Originated in china Puts needle into skin to correct qi Help pain and nausea Placebo effect Trained practitioner History Invention of acupuncture is unclear Sharpened stones from stone age Pictographs from 1600-1100 BCE First written in "The yellow emperor's inner canon" 200 BCE History Continued Portuguese missionaries brought reports in 16 century Jacob De Bondt described practice in Japan 1683 Willem ten Rhijne published a book on acupuncture History Final Richard Nixon went to China and witnessed acupuncture 1972, first acupuncture clinic opened in Washington, DC Acupuncture being researched still The Gate Theory of Pain Theory was introduced by Dr. Melzack and Dr. Wall in 1965 Nerve fibers transmit pain to spinal cord, others inhibit transmission of pain Substancia gelatinosa Pain sent up spinal cord to brain where it is perceived Pain fibers are bare nerve endings in skin and other tissues Acupuncture excited inhibitory nerves Problems with Theory The effects of acupuncture can last for months Acupuncture helps non-painful diseases The Autonomic Nerve System Controls breathing, heartbeat and digestion Understand little of acupuncture effects Asthma No Theories Does it hurt? D: Depends on point and depth Pain nerves in skin/tissue "De qi" symptoms may occur Most sensitive in fingers, toes, palms, soles, and scalps DEMONSTRATION TIME!!!! Temple and Knee!! Hanyan Location Indications: vertigo, tinnitus, pain in the outer canthus, toothache, convulsion, and epilepsy Action: quickens connecting vessels, clears heat, settles fright, releaves pain Tennis Elbow! Arm Three Miles Location Indications: abdominal pain, diarrhea, toothache, swelling of cheek, motor impairment of upper limbs, and pain in shoulder and back Action: remove obstruction from channel, tonifies qi CONCLUSION ANY QUESTIONS? THE END By: Greg Izzard Acupuncture
Transcript: Berk, S. N., Moore, M. E., & Resnick, J. H. (1977). Psychosocial factors as mediators of acupuncture therapy. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 45, 612-619. doi: 10.1037/0022-066X.45.4.612 and its affects on Philosophy of TCM Origins of Acupuncture Keji, C., Hao, X. (2003). The integration of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine. European Review, 2, 225-235. Depiction What is Acupuncture? Implications of Acupuncture... Five Element Theory What can it treat? Techniques and Other Forms Overall Implications Organ Networks How Does it Work? History of TCM Acupuncture Pain Perception Bresler, D. E., Cohen, J., Kroening, R., Levin, N., Sadoff, A. (1975). The potential of acupuncture for the behavioral sciences. American Psychologist, 3, 411-414. doi: 10.1037/00003-066X.30.3.411 Conclusion By: Tara Matthiesen Is it a Placebo? Jimenez, S. (1995). Acupressure: Pain relief at your fingertips. International Journal of Childbirth Education, 4, 7-10. References
Transcript: Intro to Acupuncture Acupuncture was first documented in the Chinese medical text “ The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine” some 2500 years ago Spread to Japan and Korea about 2000 years ago Spread to Europe 400 to 500 years ago Introduced to the US in 1973 Thank You Xie Xie VI. Modern science research ©2005 Acupuncture Media Works, LLC. All rights reserved. No duplication is allowed unless approved, written consent. Pain management Neurological disorders Mental disorders Gastrointestinal disorders Respiratory disorders Blood diseases Man’s health Women’s health Dermatologic diseases Sensory organ disorders Eye disorders Pediatric disease Cancer supportive therapy Other ©2005 Acupuncture Media Works, LLC. All rights reserved. No duplication is allowed unless approved, written consent. ©2005 Acupuncture Media Works, LLC. All rights reserved. No duplication is allowed unless approved, written consent. Acupuncture: neuropeptide release produced by electrical stimulation of different frequencies Han JS. Trend in Neurosciences 2003; 26(1):17-22 Different Mechanisms for Low and High Frequency Acupuncture Richard S. et al. (Sweden) Life Science 1979; 25:1957-1962 ©2005 Acupuncture Media Works, LLC. All rights reserved. No duplication is allowed unless approved, written consent. VI. Modern science research V. Modern clinical research VI. Modern science research VI. Other Mechanisms of AC 2 Hz and 100 Hz Electroacupuncture and Peptide Gene Expression in the Rat Brain Han JS et al. Sheng Li Xue Bao 1997 Apr;49(2):121-7 1970 • PMS • Pneumonia • Reproductive problems • Rhinitis • Sciatica • Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) • Shoulder pain • Sinusitis • Sleep disturbances • Smoking cessation • Sore throat • Stress • Tennis elbow • Tonsillitis • Trigeminal neuralgia • Urinary tract infections • Vomiting ©2005 Acupuncture Media Works, LLC. All rights reserved. No duplication is allowed unless approved, written consent. • Addictions • Anxiety • Arthritis • Asthma • Carpal tunnel syndrome • Chronic fatigue • Colitis • Common cold • Constipation • Dental pain • Depression • Diarrhea • Digestive trouble • Dizziness • Dysentery • Emotional problems • Eye problems ©2005 Acupuncture Media Works, LLC. All rights reserved. No duplication is allowed unless approved, written consent. VI. Modern science research Typical accidents are included below: Stuck needle Broken needle Pain or trauma (hematoma) on or after insertion Fainting Accidental injury to organ(s): Lung, heart, liver, spleen, kidney; brain and spinal cord; and blood vessels, etc. Infection VI. Modern science research 1977 Neural pathways mediating the analgesic effect elicited by low- and or high-frequency EA stimulation Han JS. Trend in Neurosciences 2003; 26(1):17-22 EA of the 2Hz induced an increase of preproenkephalin (PPE) mRNA in the rat brain 100 Hz EA markedly increased the preprodynorphin (PPD) mRNA levels ©2005 Acupuncture Media Works, LLC. All rights reserved. No duplication is allowed unless approved, written consent. VI. What conditions does Dr. Yang treat? Dr. Xuguang Yang, DOM Acupuncture Physician (MD. China) DrYangAcupuncture@Gmail.com www. DrYangAcupuncture.com 901 NW8th Ave.,Suite A-1 Gainesville, FL32601 (352)328 9325 ©2005 Acupuncture Media Works, LLC. All rights reserved. No duplication is allowed unless approved, written consent. Acupuncture is more than a form of art There is strong scientific evidence (anatomical, biochemical and functional) for AC Most of them are not fully understood • Facial palsy/tics • Fatigue • Fertility • Fibromyalgia • Gingivitis • Headache • Hiccup • Incontinence • Indigestion • Irritable bowel syndrome • Low back pain • Menopause • Menstrual irregularities • Migraine • Morning sickness • Nausea • Osteoarthritis • Pain According to the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO), acupuncture has proven effective in the treatment of many common problems. Naloxone reverses the effects of low frequency EA(4 Hz) but not high frequency EA(200 Hz). Dr. Yang Acupuncture Welcome Dyn: dynorphin A End: endorphin Em: endomorphin Enk: enkephalins Acupuncture at LI4 increased pain threshold by 27.1% in human subjects The analgesic effect was reversed by injection of 0.8mg of narcotic antagonist naloxone ©2005 Acupuncture Media Works, LLC. All rights reserved. No duplication is allowed unless approved, written consent. 2 Hz low frequency EA 128 Hz high frequency EA Dyn AS: Dynorphin antiserum Enk AS: Enkephalin antiserum Acupuncture In A Nutshell Thank You Does acupuncture hurt? How many treatment sessions will patient need? Treatment depends upon severity of illness and length of time the pathology has been causing problems. History of Acupuncture VI. Conclusion Biochemical Mechanism of Acupuncture www.DrYangAcupuncture.com (352) 328 9325 Xie Xie Over 27 Years of Clinical and Research Experience in Acupuncture VI. Modern science research ©2005 Acupuncture Media Works, LLC. All rights
Transcript: n very few cases, the acupuncture needles end up penetrating through the minute blood capillaries. While receiving the treatment, some of the patients might experience a temporary drop in blood pressure levels, i.e. suffer from low blood pressure, along with fatigue. In rare cases, the blood pressure might drop to the point that the patient ends up fainting also. The use of electro-stimulators in acupuncture might result in nerve damage, especially if the electricity is passed on for extended periods of time or is set at a high frequency. It is true? According to Traditional Chinese medicine, stimulating these points can correct imbalances in the flow of qi through channels known as meridians. Scientific research has not found any histological or physiological correlates for qi, meridians and acupuncture points, and some contemporary practitioners needle the body without using the traditional theoretical framework. Acupuncture Contours of acupuncture Conclusion What is Acupuncture? TheWorld Health Organizationand the United States'National Institutes of Health(NIH) have stated that acupuncture can be effective in the treatment of neurological conditions and pain, though these statements have been criticized for bias and a reliance on studies that used poor methodologyReports from the USA'sNational Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), theAmerican Medical Association(AMA) and various USA government reports have studied and commented on the efficacy of acupuncture. What people fink? With this work we learn that : - Acupuncture can be a good fight or a bad fight. - That is very important to some people who believes in this tip therapy. I've developed a beautiful and nurturing relationship with my acupuncturist, Mona Chopra and believe that she always has my best interest at heart when treating me. Over the course of the past four months, and seven sessions, she's provided me various resources like alternatives to coffee drinking and research on meditation including possible locations I might want to consider in New York. She's made recommendations for teas, books, supplements, and a myriad of health related products, some of which I've adopted into my daily routine. How does it work? Acupuncture is an alternative medicine methodology originating inancient China, that treats patients by manipulating thin, solid needles that have been inserted into acupuncture pointsin the skin. Maria Magarida Marques and Guiomar Soromenho
Transcript: By: Anna LaFore and Annika Syslack Acupuncture Treatment Introduction and Treatment Overview What is Acupuncture? Form of treatment that involves sticking needles into specific spots in someone's skin, at various depths, to cure a large array of diseases, injuries and overall pain. Video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoQqrWtAaCM Treatment In traditional chinese medicine, acupuncture is to the belief that disease is caused by the interruptions of energy flow in the body. Acupuncture stimulates points on or under the skin called acupuncture points or acupressure points, releasing this qi. Treatment Cost and Effectiveness Costs And Effectiveness Cost -typical cost is $75 to $90 -routine visits are usually $50 to $70 -one session is usually 30 minutes, not too time consuming for busy people Effectiveness- by statistics Multiple studies show that it is effective when reducing pain in pressure points in the tissue. But there is no scientific evidence showing that acupuncture is effective on everyone Both sides of Acupuncture Benefits and Dangers Benefits Promoted Benefits -releases stress -reduced pain in joints and muscles, specifically in your back and neck, as well as headaches -improved immune system -more energy and more mental clarity possibly because of less stress -even more claims Dangers Potential Dangers -could be dangerous if the patient has certain blood disorders -bleeding, bruising and soreness may occur around needle area -risk of unsterilized needles that lead to infection -very rarely, a needle could break and damage a internal organ, specifically a lung Sources -Palermo, E. (2017, June 21). What is Acupuncture? Retrieved December 5, 2018, from https://www.livescience.com/29494-acupuncture.html -Nordqvist, C. (2017, December 21). Acupuncture: How it works, uses, benefits, and risks. Retrieved December 5, 2018, from https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/156488.php 15, 2. A. (2016, March 15). Top 10 Benefits of Acupuncture for Workplace -Stress and Pain. Retrieved December 5, 2018, from https://www.alignedmodernhealth.com/top-10-benefits-acupuncture-workplace-stress-pain/ -How Much Does Acupuncture Cost? - CostHelper.com. (n.d.). Retrieved -December 5, 2018, from https://health.costhelper.com/acupuncture.html Acupuncture. (2018, February 14). Retrieved December 5, 2018, from https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/acupuncture/about/pac-20392763 Bibliography
Transcript: Acupuncture is an originally Chinese practice of inserting fine needles through the skin at specific points especially to cure disease or relieve pain (as in surgery) Does getting treated with Acupuncture really releave pain more efficiently then the standard back pain medication? Hypothesis: There will be little to no difference in pain relief experienced by the first two groups while the third group will experience positive results. In our study there are three groups of four people. In each group there will be 2 male and 2 female subjects, all experiencing back pain. Group one will recieve legitamite acupuncture treatment. Group two will be recieving false acupuncture with toothpicks used to administer the treatment instead of needles. The subjects will recieve light pressure with the toothpicks simulating the acupuncture needles. Group three (the control) will be recieving back pain medication in order to verify that the pain experienced by the participants is curable. Acupuncture needles GROUP 2: (Placebo) Toothpicks A substance that has no therapeutic effect, used as a control in testing new drugs. GROUP 3: (Control) Standard back pain medication Confirming Results: If the first and second group felt no relief or had slightly varied results while the third group unanimouslyexperienced relief, the test results would be confirmed Disconfirming results: If all participants in all three groups reported similar results or the third group experienced no results and the first two group experienced successful results, the test would be disconfirmed Acupuncture GROUP 1: By Dakota Graham, Taylor Bradshaw, and Trevor Nunley This test cannot be conducted as a double blind study, due to the fact that the patients must be informed that it is a physical treatment to the body.
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