Hosted/Taught by Dr. Wei-Chieh Young
The five transport points are commonly used points with a very special role. They encompass the Jing-well, ying-spring, shu-stream, jing-river, and he-sea points which are all located distal to the elbows and knees. As such, they are easy to find as well as convenient and safe to use. Also, they are the foundation of one needle therapy.
And because each of these points is associated with one of the five phases, they act as holographic points for their respective channels. Same as Tung’s points, it is rooted to the theories of five transport and five phases. When applied with flexibility, the transport points are extremely effective in the clinic for treating internal and external diseases of the organs and bowels.
In this course, Dr. Young will share his fresh and creative insights – Zone Theory (Dual Needle Theory); and The Five Transport Points and the relevant Acupuncture protocols for common use TCM formulas that will make the lecture even more clinically applicable.
Goals and objectives:
To select the most effective point for every diseases.
Locating easy to find as well as convenient and safe to use.
To understand the reasons and theories for selecting fewer needles.
24 hours of CEU credits to California licensed acupuncturists (approved) and NCCAOM practitioners (pending).
In Mandarin with English translation
$50 discount if registration form and deposit received by October 15, 2019.
$50 discount if you have taken 4 or more courses with or hosted by Dr. Young. Must be verified before discount applied.
Balances must be paid by November 5, 2019
There is a limited space for the course. Confirmed registration and seating will be based on the order we receive your registration form and deposit.
Include a non-refundable deposit of $100 (or full amount) by check, or request payment via PayPal.
Make checks payable to: Dr. Wei-Chieh Young
Chinese Medical Center
P.O. Box 8441
Rowland Heights, CA 91748
Contact Alice for any questions:
Phone: (626) 581-1755
|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3|
|9:00-11:50||• Significance of the Five Transport Points and it's Historical Origins and Locations
• Five Phases Characteristic, Tenets and Principles
• Five Transport and the Princiles of the Open and Principles
|• Mother-Child Points Selection
The Twelve Yuan-source Points
• Spatial Correspondence of the Five Transport Points
|• The Five Transport Points and Tung's Points|
• The Five Transport Points and One Needle Therapy
• The Five Transport Points and Zone Theory (Dual Needle Therapy)
|11:50-13:00||Lunch Break||Lunch Break||Lunch Break|
|13:00-18:00||• Applications of the Five Transport Points from Classical Texts
• Treatment for Ascending and Descending
• Restriction-Base Treatment Method
|• Temporal Correspondence of the Five Transport Points
• The Five Transport Points & Qi Affinity Points
The Five Points& Taiji Correspondence
• ZiWu Liu Points Selection & Application
|• The Five Transport Points and the relevant Acupuncture protocols for common use TCM formulas
• A Synthesis of the Five Transport Points Application