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Dr. David Euler

Owner at Newton Acupuncture Clinic

Topic: Eliminating pressure pain at CV17 as a treatment for anxiety and or emotional upset

Time: 8:00 am–10:00 am, May 02, 2021 (Vancouver time)

Location: Online Virtual Event

Language: English Speaking

Profile

About David Euler

After completing his Acupuncture Studies in 1989, Dr. Euler specialized in palpation based acupuncture influenced by Japanese styles, mainly Master Nagano and Kiiko Matsumoto, as well as Master Kawai. Blending the Japanese styles of acupuncture with European micro-systems and Low Level Laser therapies became a gentle, yet a very powerful treatment modality.

Professional Activities

1.-Treating patients at the Newton Acupuncture Clinic in Newton, MA.    

2.-Previously, Co-Directing and Teaching an Acupuncture Course for Physicians at the Harvard Medical School, Dep. of continuing Education for 16 years.   

3.-Providing continuing acupuncture training to acupuncturist and physicians around the US and Worldwide for 20 years.   

4.-Authoring and Publishing articles, chapters, Books, and DVD’s about this style of Acupuncture.   

Publications

◆”Acupuncture in Practice” Edited by Hugh MacPherson and Ted Kaptchuk, Churchill livingstone, NY, 1997:  

A chapter on Diabetic neuropathy in the lower limbs  

◆”Kiiko Matsumoto’s Clinical Strategies, Vol.1″; KMI, Natick, 2002. David Euler and Kiiko Matsumoto  

◆”Clinical DVD #1″, KMI, Natick , 2005 David Euler  

◆”Stresskrankheiten”Andreas Noll and Barbara Kirschbaum, editors, Elsevier GmbH München 2006: Chapter on Japanese Meridian Therapy.  

◆”Kiiko Matsumoto’s Clinical Strategies, Vol.2″; KMI, Natick, 2008. David Euler and Kiiko Matsumoto  

◆ A contribution in “Integrative Pain Medicine”, Audette and Bailey, Humana Press, NJ 2008  

A chapter on Chinese herbal medicine for pain  

◆”Pain and Chemical Dependency”, Edited by: Howard Smith and Steven Passik, Oxford University Press, NY 2008.Chapter on Traditional Chinese Medicine for pain and Addiction.  

◆”Leitfaden Triggerpunkte”, Dominik Irnich, Elsevier GmbH München 2009  

Throughout the book, accompanied palpation based acupuncture for each trigger point.

Other aspects

Writing children books, painting and photography are passions of mine that illustrate the multi-faceted approach to life in general and medicine in particular 

Abstract

In this hour I will present the most common areas of pressure pain significant to the differential diagnosis for emotional stress and Anxiety and how to eliminate this pressure pain. It is very difficult to translate what exactly a patient tells us about the emotional stress and anxiety to acupuncture points. Due to the culture differences and the individual upbringing of the patient that seek acupuncture, we need a more reliable system of diagnosis and treatment verification. Palpating specific reflection-areas will provide a focus that the treatment can concentrate on. The reflection areas and treatments are very closely related to the antique Chinese texts and Traditional Chinese Medical patterns. Only that the translation onto the individual patient is done by palpation. We let the patient’s body show us what to treat. In this short presentation, for example, one of these reflection areas common to emotional stress and anxiety is the CV17 area. We shall focus on eliminating the pressure pain on that area using distal points.

Dr. Guojian Huang

Ankang Chinese Medicine Acupuncture Healing Center of Canada

Topic:  The Characteristics and Advantages of Mini Ren Acupuncture in Treating Refractory Pain

Time: 11:00 am–1:00pm, May 02, 2021 (Vancouver time)

Location: Online Virtual Event

Language: Chinese Speaking

Profile

Dr. Guojian Huang had 11 years training of acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine at Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, and Peking Union Medical College (PUMC), China.  Dr. Guojian Huang started his medical training at Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (now Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine) in 1983, and then he was a residency doctor and a faculty member in the Internal Medicine of Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1988.  He pursued his Master degree at the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine from 1991 to 1994. Dr. Huang received his PhD in Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine from Peking Union Medical College (PUMC), Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences in 1997. Dr. Huang was physician doctor and specialist worked at the Beijing-China Friendship Clinical Medicine Research Institute. Dr.Huang then took a postdoctoral position at the University of Manitoba Medical School in Canada in 1998.

Dr. Huang spent over 30 years practice in China and Canada. Since 2005, Dr. Huang has established a private practice at Ankang Acupuncture Healing Center in Winnipeg, Canada. Dr. Huang is specialized in Mini-Ren Acupuncture Therapy, Acupoint Catgut-Embedding Therapy, Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling (FSN) for pain management and treatment of infertility, various common and difficult diseases.

He has edited and authored the “Collections of Single Chinese Herbal Medicine Application”, “Collections of Single Acupuncture Point Application “, and co-edited the “Full Book of Health Care for Middle-aged People”. Dr. Huang has over 50 publications in peer-reviewed journals. 

Currently, Dr. Huang is the President of the Alliance of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine of Canada (AACMC), President of the Canadian Ankang Acupuncture Healing Center, President of Manitoba Professional Acupuncture Association (MPAA), President of the Canada Mini-Ren Acupuncture Therapy Association, President of the Canadian Branch of the World TCM Acupoint Catgut-Embedding Therapy Society, Vice President of the Canadian Institute of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research (CIAAMR), and Executive Director of the World Chinese Forum of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He also serves as Executive Director of the Zhongjing Heritage and Innovation Professional Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies. Dr. Huang is an active member of International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), and member of the Canadian Pain Society (CPS).

 

Dr. Huang is dedicated to promoting fundamental principles and healing approach of Mini-Ren Acupuncture Therapy. Dr Huang has been invited as mentor of Mini-Ren Acupuncture Therapy for Pain Management training courses in Winnipeg, Toronto, Vancouver, San Francisco, as well as in European countries in the past 2 years.

Abstract

Intractable pain is a common ailment in an acupuncture clinic! It is estimated that about 20-30% of soft tissue injury pain is refractory pain lasting from 6 months to many years. Various treatments, including acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine, massage, chiropractic and manual treatment can only temporally relieve the pain, and then the patient suffers a relapse again with poor long-term results. Because there is no specific treatment, many patients rely on long-term use of painkillers to maintain daily life and work, and their quality of life is significantly lower than the normal population. The characteristics of refractory pain with soft tissue injury include: 1) long-term and recurrent pain, which can be triggered or aggravated by a variety of causes; 2) pain that can be widespread or only localized; 3) pain that is sometimes accompanied by numbness and cold limbs; 4) during palpation, there are obvious round or cord-shaped pain nodules, tender nodules, high tension of local skin and muscle, and hard texture in the pain area.

After many years’ studying of fascial trigger point theory and scar adhesion theory, Dr. Guojian Huang pointed out that the fascial trigger points were immature scar tissues with inflammatory reactions which were the cause of refractory pain of soft tissue injury related. Such immature scar tissue not only produces local tenderness and pain. At the same time, scar tissue between soft tissues such as myofascial and skin leads to increased friction during exercise, resulting in secondary soft tissue injury, pain and dysfunction. Again this kind of scar adhesive tissue will also produce compression symptoms on local vascular nerve tissue causing limb coldness, numbness, and discomfort.

A Mini Ren Acupuncture (MRA) needle has a tiny blade on the top of needle and it works on the superficial myofascial trigger points and scar tissues. Although the depth of the needle’s insertion is generally less than one centimeter, it has a stimulating effect the same as a needle. It also has a special advantage of a blade cutting effect, especially on myofascial trigger points and adhesive scar tissues to eliminate the root cause of intractable pain. MRA not only can make magical pain relief effects quickly, but also can obtain long-term treatment effects to achieve the result of curing intractable pain of soft tissue injury! MRA is a safe and effective acupuncture therapy which should be promoted to the world to help patients get relief from refractory pain!

 

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