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An experimental study had found that acupuncture at the ‘Four Gates’ (Siguan) can normalise accelerated gastrointestinal (GI) motility.
A Cochrane Database systematic review has summarised the current evidence for the use of acupuncture in the treatment of fibromyalgia.
A pilot study carried out in Hong Kong suggests that qigong could reduce cancer therapy side effects such as upper limb lymphoedema and poor circulation in survivors of breast cancer.
Spanish researchers have found that practising qigong can improve balance in healthy young women.
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Using Rice grain Moxa
Tony Todd has been using Japanese rice grain Moxa for a number of years having trained with leading practitioners in Japanese acupuncture and moxibustion in Europe and Japan. He has trained extensively in Toyohari style 5 phase acupuncture as well as Manaka' s channel balancing system, Korean 5 phase hand acupuncture and Japanese rice grain moxibustion. He is also trained in Kanpo (Japanese herbal medicine) and Shanghan Lun formulas, and he lectures at the International College of Oriental medicine. He is a keen and well read, enthusiastic lecturer.
Pulse Diagnosis workshop
Jong Baik is an established lecturer with an enthusiastic, intense and also relaxed style of teaching. He specialises in Micro Acupuncture Systems- KHT (Korean Hand Acupuncture Therapy), Auricular (E Chim & Ear Reflex Zone Therapy), Sujok (Korean Hand & Foot Acupuncture), Eye Acupuncture, Nose Acupuncture. He is qualified in Sinology including Chinese Classics (including the Yijing, Nanjing, Huangdi Neijing). He apprenticed under various TCM, KHT and Auricular masters in South Korea, and has deep knowledge of both TCM and Five Element Acupuncture (Sa am Acupuncture). He has worked as part of a palliative care team in a hospice in Darlington for 5 years. He has taught BAcC, BMAS, ATCM and AACP practitioners for the past 7 years. He is Visiting Lecturer to University of Coventry & Butterwick Hospice.