About our CEU's Programs and Services

The Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Department is committed to providing practical, up-to-date CEUs courses and lectures designed to support our professional colleagues in maintaining or improving their practice of medicine. Course design allows opportunity for questions, discussion and interchange with faculty. For more information or to register, please call (416) 356-7174.

 

SEMINAR DESCRIPTION.

ADVANCED JOINT PLAY AND STRETCHING (8 HOURS, 4 CEU)

Theory and practice.

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OSCE PREP COURSE
REVIEW and PRACTICE by Stations

The Stations include:

 

1. Remedial Exercise/Self Care: The participants will be trained to perform specific therapeutic exercises and home-care to the client.
2. Client Health History Interview: The participants will be trained how to obtain a relevant case history by conducting a client interview.
3. Assessment 1: The participants will be trained to demonstrate their ability to perform specific assessment techniques (e.g. palpation, range of motion, neurological, orthopaedic testing, etc).
4. Assessment 2: The participants will be trained to conduct an assessment to determine the nature of the client's presenting dysfunction.
5. Treatment Plan/Consent Interview: The participants will be trained to interact with the client to explain their treatment plan for initial and on-going treatment, and obtain informed consent.
6. Treatment: The participants will be trained to perform a focused massage therapy treatment, given the presenting case history and assessment findings.
7. Technique: The participants will be trained to demonstrate their ability to perform specific massage therapy techniques on specific anatomical structures.


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CEAHP Acupuncture
ACUPRESSURE AND ACUPUNCTURE

1. BASICS OF ACUPRESSURE AND ACUPUNCTURE. COMMON GROUNDS.
2. BASIC THEORY OF CHINESE MEDICINE
3. DIAGNOSTICS OF TCM AND ACUPRESSURE (1)
4. DIAGNOSTICS – 2 (SYNDROM DIFFERENTIATION)
5. MERIDIANS, ORGANS, POINTS. IDENTIFICATION OF ACUPUNCTURE POINTS ON HUMAN BODY
6. NEEDLING METHODS AND MOXIBUSTION
7. TUI NA (1)
8. TUI NA (2)
9. TUI NA (3)
10. METHODS OF RECUPERATION AND PREVENTION OF DISEASE, PROTECTION AND CLEANSING


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CHINESE ACUPRESSURE (CA) AND SOFT TISSUE/ADVANCED JOINT MANIPULATION

 

1ST LEVEL (3 lectures, 15 hours, 15 CEU)

LECTURE 1

INTRODUCTION: CA AS A COMBINATION OF ACUPRESSURE AND MANIPULATION – ONE OF THE MOST EFFECTIVE TOOLS OF MANUAL THERAPY.

Theory and practice.

 

LECTURE 2

EXERCISES FOR CULTIVATION OF INTERNAL POWER AND LONGEVITY (NEI GONG), THERAPIST'S SPECIAL BODY CONDITIONING.

Theory and practice.

 

LECTURE 3

MERIDIANS AND ACUPOINTS.

Theory and practice.


2nd LEVEL (3 lectures, 15 hours, 15 CEU)
LECTURE 1

COMMONLY USED DIAGNOSTIC APPROACHES IN CA (THEORY AND PRACTICE).

 

LECTURE 2

THERAPEUTIC PRINCIPLES IN CA.

Theory and practice.

REINFORCEMENT AND REDUCTION IN CA.

MANIPULATIONS FOR ADULT CA.

 

LECTURE 3

Theory.

INDICATIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS.

Practice.

MANIPULATIONS FOR ADULT CA (CONTINUATION).

 

3rd LEVEL (3 lectures, 15 hours, 15 CEU)
LECTURE 1

MANIPULATIONS FOR INFANTILE CA.

Theory.

EXTENDED CAUTION WHEN MANIPULATING INFANTS.

Practice.

MASSAGE THERAPY WITH OINTMENT.

 

LECTURE 2

BASICS OF CUPPING THERAPY.

Theory and practice.

CLINICAL TREATMENTS (ADULT DISEASES).

 

LECTURE 3

CLINICAL TREATMENTS (ADULT DISEASES), CONTINUATION.

Theory and practice.

INFANTILE DISEASES.


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