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Shin splints is the common term for anterior tibial stress syndrome. It is a frequent sports injury, as it comprises approximately 60 percent of all leg pain injuries. In this webinar, Whitfield Reaves will discuss the injury with its relatively easy diagnosis, assessment, and treatment techniques. This case is clearly Stomach meridian pathology, and sometimes the zang-fu organs are involved. It is an important injury to learn as a practitioner, as even walking and hiking can produce the symptoms.
This series was introduced in 2011, and is based upon single individual sports injuries. Each course provides simple and direct video for first time viewing as well as to increase precision through repetition. Even if you have taken the newer series, Mastering the Treatment of Injury and Pain, this old series is still an excellent resource for review and is filled with clinical gems.
Anatomy of the anterior compartment: Location, action, and indications for all local and adjacent acupuncture points; Stomach 36, all points below Stomach 36, Lanweixue; Review of the anatomy.15 min - 30 min
Clinical assessment of shin splints: Common western diagnosis — Tendinopathy, tendonitis, strain (tears), tendo-periostitis. Understanding signs and symptoms referral pattern of the tibialis anterior, signs and symptoms of the shin splints, signs and symptoms of the anterior compartment syndrome. Orthopedic testing for the tibialis anterior; Manual muscles testing, passive stretch.30 min - 45 min
Demonstration of assessment: Demonstration of palpation of the anterior tibialis; Demonstration of point location; Demonstration of palpation of the attachment zone medial to the Stomach meridian.45 min - 1 hrs
Demonstration of technique: Needle technique of Stomach 36 and Lanweixue (the belly of the muscle, motor point, trigger point); Needle technique for threading along the lateral portion of the anterior tibia.
Acupuncture Sports Medicine Webinar Series - Course 14
About Whitfield Reaves
Whitfield Reaves, OMD, L.Ac., has been working in the field of sports medicine since he first began practice in 1981. He earned a Doctor of Oriental Medicine degree in 1983 that included a thesis entitled Acupuncture and the Treatment of Common Running Injuries. Whitfield’s experience in sports medicine includes the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games, as well as numerous track and field, ski racing, and cycling events nationally over the last 30 years. He has been in the forefront of the acupuncture sports medicine field, and lectures in North America and Europe. He is the author of The Acupuncture Handbook of Sports Injuries and Pain.
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You will have unlimited access to this course for as long as it is on Net of Knowledge, so that you can keep reviewing and learning from it over the years. CEU requirements must be completed within 1 year from the purchase. During this time, you must view the training and complete any required documents to get your certificate. You must also print and save your certificate for your own records.Cancellation Policy
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This recording is available in an online format only; you will not receive a DVD or physical copy of the recording – it is only available to watch as a course to watch on the internet through your online account.