Chinese Acupuncture - The Jin three needle technique
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Chinese Acupuncture - The Jin three needle technique

Chinese Medicine Courses from China - by Wushan TCM
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Created by Tim Vukan
Last updated 9/2017
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Various application methods of the Jin three needle technique
  • Explanations of point locations
  • Explanation of point combinations and their functions
  • Detailed treatment examples
  • Chinese language training: Chinese medical terminology
  • Pronouncation training
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Requirements
  • Acupuncture Basic Level
  • Basic understanding about Acupuncture
Description

This acupuncture treatment method has been summarized by professor Jin from 1979 (Guangzhou TCM University). His clinical experience and trials have been done to proof his theory. In Guangdong province, south China, this method still is very popular. In China different provinces developed different acupuncture methods.

Short introduction:

The Jin 3 needle technique, originally contains 39 groups. It is also called the three point technique. The idea is to use three needles to treat the disease. Sometimes this might not be enough, but as a basic method , the Jin three needle method has shown good clinical results. For example in the treatment of acute pain ( lumbar pain), sometimes one treatment can be enough.

Learn about various point combinations and their application.

Learn about Medical mandarin and get known to the Chinese medical terminology of this online course. Get insight into the meanings of Chinese characters and their correct pronouncation.

Who is the target audience?
  • Chinese medicine students & practitioners
  • Those who wish to learn Chinese medicine directly from China!
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5 Lectures
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Introduction
1 Lecture 05:20

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1 Lecture 55:00

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1 Lecture 09:55

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Chinese medical mandarin
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About the Instructor
Tim Vukan
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Founder of Wushan TCM / Chinese medicine practitioner

Tim Vukan, MMed, Master of Chinese medicine (ZCMU) is one of the few foreigners who completed his more than 12 years of Chinese medicine education directly in China! He is a certified Chinese medicine practitioner who has been studying and practicing for more than ten years at the Zhejiang Chinese Medical University in Hangzhou (China). He is now sharing his konwledge he received in China and teaches Chinese medicine online courses online.