2nd Year

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These subjects should contain Lectures as well as adequate Practical sessions where necessary. End of the Sixth Semester an Examination will be held for evaluation on each of these subjects. Students who complete the study should thereafter follow the 28 day residential programme conducted at CHC Colombo. Compulsory reading of 14 Channels by Prof.Anton is a requirement to qualify for the Diploma..

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START:
January 16, 2016
DURATION:
Three Semesters
ID:
MA-0401

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Course

SUBJECTS

Subject Hours
WESTERN MEDICINE AND DIAGNOSIS – I 100
GYNAECOLOGY 50
PSYCHOLOGY AND COUNSELLING 50
ACUPUNCTURE – III

    1. Traditional Chinese Medicine Diagnosis and its clinical applications
      • Visual Diagnosis (Inspection)
      • Tongue diagnosis
      • Pulse Diagnosis
      • Psycho emotional diagnosis
      • Differentiation of Syndromes according to eight principles
      • Differentiation of syndromes according to the theory of Qi and blood
      • Differentiation of syndromes according to the theory of Zang – fu organs
      • Differentiation of syndromes according to the theory of meridians and collaterals
      • Pathological manifestations of the twelve meridians
      • Pathological manifestations of the Eight extra meridians
      • Iridology Diagnosis  (Eye Diagnosis)
    2. Acupuncture Meridians and Collaterals – Part II

Description of Location of Points, indications and needling, functional relationship, syndromes, pathological manifestations and clinical application of 14 meridians – Part II

    • The urinary bladder Meridian
    • The kidney meridian
    • The Pericardium meridian
    • The Sanjiao Meridian
    • The Gall bladder Meridian
    • The Liver meridian

THE EIGHT EXTRA MERIDIANS

    • Du Meridian
    • Ren Meridian
    • Chong Meridian
    • Dai Meridian
    • Yanggiao Meridian
    • Yinggiao Meridian
    • Yangwei Meridian
    • Yinwei Meridian
    • Extra ordinary points and new points
  1. Complications and Contraindications of Acupuncture
250
CLINICAL PRACTICE – I

  1. Technique of Acupuncture.
  2. Needling method.
  3. Manipulation.
  4. Moxibustion.
  5. Patient assessment and treatment plan
  6. Rules for Principles of point selection
  7. Prohibited points
  8. Location of Acupuncture points and needling
150
Subject Hours
WESTERN MEDICINE AND DIAGNOSIS – II (Practice of Medicine) 100
ACUPUNCTURE – IV

  1. Therapeutics and applied Acupuncture
  2. Cupping
  3. Electro Acupuncture and TENS
  4. Magnetotherapy
  5. LASER Therapy
  6. TUINA massage
  7. Management of complication and contraindication
100
SCIENTIFIC BASIS AND MODERN THEORIES OF ACUPUNCTURE

  1. Neuro-Physiology of acupuncture
  2. Motor – Gate theory
  3. Gate – Control theory of pain
  4. Endorphin Release – Pain theory
  5. Encephalin Theory of pain
  6. The recent research in Acupuncture
50
CLINICAL PRACTICE – II

    1. Case study and assessment of the patient
    2. Diagnosing the case and syndrome differentiation
    3. Reasoning the diagnosis
    4. Analyzing the pathogenic factor
    5. Comparative analysis with western diagnosis
    6. Treatment plan according to the Traditional Chinese Medicine principles, syndrome differentiation and diagnosis
    7. Acupuncture points prescription and needling
    8. Advice / Educate the patient about follow-up, management, life-style changes
    9. Application of ancillary methods – cupping, moxibustion, electro-acupuncture
200