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These are the dates of my YNSA Courses, Advanced YSNA Master Classes, Neurofunctional Scalp Acupuncture and courses on Acutaping and Electroacupuncture for 2023/2024. In SPAIN, FRANCE, IRELAND, CROATIA, ROMANIA, BELGIUM, PORTUGAL, SWITZERLAND, NETHERLANDS, MOROCCO, PERU, CHILE, ARGENTINA, NICARAGUA, COLOMBIA, MEXICO, PHILIPPINES, AND THAILAND

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⛩️ YNSA Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture

 

✂️ACUTAPING

 

➕⛩️ ADVANCED YNSA. COMPLETING THE PUZZLE.

 

🧠 NEUROFUNCTIONAL SCALP ACUPUNCTURE

 

 ELECTROACUPUNCTURE


 

⛩️ YNSA CRANEOPUNTURA DE YAMAMOTO. 27 and 28 of APRIL de 2024. MEDIZEN. Campus Acupuntura Madrid. 91 010 86 51  –info@campusacupuntura.com

 

🧠 CRANEOPUNTURA NEUROFUNCIONAL. 18 and 19 of MAY 2024 MEDIZEN. Campus Acupuntura Madrid. 91 010 86 51  – info@campusacupuntura.com  “””FULL”””

 

➕⛩️ MASTER CLASS-AVANCES EN YNSA.  6 y 7 of JULY 2024. MEDIZEN. Campus Acupuntura Madrid. 91 010 86 51  – info@campusacupuntura.com

 

⛩️ YNSA YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. 13rd and 14th of JULY 2024. Zagreb (Croatia)

 

➕⛩️ MASTER CLASS ADVANCED YNSA.COMPLETING THE PUZZLE. 24th and 25thAugust 2024. JADE NATURAL HEALTH. Maynooth University. info@jadenaturalhealth.com / www.jade-nh.com. IRELAND.

 

 ELECTROACUPUNCTURE. 30th August 2024. JADE NATURAL HEALTH. Maynooth University. info@jadenaturalhealth.com / www.jade-nh.com. IRELAND.

 

🧠 NEUROFUNCTIONAL SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. (NFSCA). 31st August and 1 st September 2024. JADE NATURAL HEALTH. Maynooth University. info@jadenaturalhealth.com / www.jade-nh.com. IRELAND

 

⛩️ YNSA YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. 28th and 29th of SEPTEMBER 2024. Bucarest (Romania)

 

ELECTRO ACUPUNCTURE. 5th of OCTOBER 2024. MEDIZEN. Campus Acupuntura Madrid. 91 010 86 51  – info@campusacupuntura.com

 

🧠 NEUROFUNCTIONAL SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. 9th and 10th of NOVEMBER 2024. MEDIZEN. Campus Acupuntura Madrid. 91 010 86 51  – info@campusacupuntura.com

 

✂️ ACUTAPING. 16th and 17th of NOVEMBER 2024. MEDIZEN. Campus Acupuntura Madrid. 91 010 86 51  – info@campusacupuntura.com

 

➕⛩️ ADVANCES IN YNSA. Congreso Hispano-americano de Craneopuntura. Santiago de Chile (CHILE). From 28th of NOVEMBER to 3rd of DECEMBER 2024. ynsachile@gmail.com

 

🧠 NEUROFUNCTIONAL SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. Congreso Hispano-americano de Craneopuntura. Santiago de Chile (CHILE). From 28th of NOVEMBER to 3rd of DECEMBER 2024. ynsachile@gmail.com

 

ELECTRO ACUPUNCTURE. Congreso Hispano-americano de Craneopuntura. Santiago de Chile (CHILE). From 28th of NOVEMBER to 3rd of DECEMBER 2024. ynsachile@gmail.com

 

🧠 CRANEOPUNTURA NEUROFUNCIONAL. Buenos Aires (Argentina) 7th and 8th of DECEMBER 2024. ynsaargentina@gmail.com

 

✂️ ACUTAPING. Buenos Aires (Argentina) 9th of DECEMBER 2024. ynsaargentina@gmail.com

 

🧠 NEUROFUNCTIONAL SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. January 2025. MANILA (Philippines)

 

⛩️ YNSA YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. January 2025. MANILA (Philippines)

 

➕⛩️ MASTER CLASS-ADVANCEMENTS IN YNSA.  January 2025. MANILA (Philippines)

 

  ELECTRO ACUPUNCTURE.  January 2025. MANILA (Philippines)

 

⛩️ YNSA YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. 15th and 16th of February 2025. CHIWAY. Winterthur (SUIZA). +41 52 365 35 43 – info@chiway.ch

 

⛩️ YNSA YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE. March 7 and 8, 2025. BELGIUM Françoise Thibaut. +32 471 89 55 44  fftdms@gmail.com

 

✂️ ACUTAPING. March 9, 2025. BELGIUM. Françoise Thibaut. +32 471 89 55 44  fftdms@gmail.com

 

🧠 NEUROFUNKTIONALE SCHÄDELAKUPUNKTUR. 6th and 7th of September 2025. CHIWAY. Winterthur (SUIZA). +41 52 365 35 43 – info@chiway.ch

 

⛩️ YNSA YAMAMOTO NEUE SCHÄDELAKUPUNKTUR. 21st and 22nd of February 2026. CHIWAY. Winterthur (SUIZA). +41 52 365 35 43 – info@chiway.ch

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We provide the teachers, curricula, training materials, audiovisual aids, etc.

 

 

Courses on: YNSA Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture – Acutaping – Electrocardiography – First Aid and AED – Electroacupuncture

We also offer tailor-made courses adapted to your needs.

If you would like more detailed information about our courses, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

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Exclusively for schools, training centers, companies, groups, collectives, etc.

 

We offer interesting, fun, interactive, participatory and very practical coures.

 

Our goal is for students to be able to apply what they have learned on day 1 after the course.

“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” – Confucius

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Neurofunctional Scalp Acupuncture
Acutaping
Electrocardiography
Basic and Advanced
Life Support
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Electroacupuncture
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Acuptaping
Electrocardiography
First Aid and AED
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Electroacupuncture

Yamamoto YNSA New Scalp Acupuncture Course

Yamamoto YNSA New Scalp Acupuncture Course

Yamamoto’s YNSA New Scalp Acupuncture is a complete system of acupuncture assessment, diagnosis and treatment, developed by the Japanese physician Toshikatsu Yamamoto.

Yamamoto’s YNSA New Scalp Acupuncture system was discovered in the 1960’s and was first presented to the world in 1973 at the Ryodoraku Congress in Osaka. In the more than 40 years since then, Dr. Yamamoto has not stopped working to improve and complete the system.

 

In the early 70’s, the method consisted of a single somatotope or microsystem (correspondence between a point on the body and a specific area of the central nervous system, organ, or muscle, etc.) located on the forehead with 5 basic points. Over the course of the years, Dr. Yamamoto has discovered many more points and somatatopes on the head and in other parts of the body. Yamamoto’s YNSA New Scalp Acupuncture is the 2nd most widespread microsystem worldwide, after auriculotherapy.

 

The system is very effective in the treatment of both acute and chronic pain, neurological disorders such as the after-effects of a stroke, and countless other pathologies.

 

We offer a highly practical 1.5 day course. There is no need for deep previous knowledge of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). The only requirement is to come rested and ready to learn.

Yamamoto’s YNSA New Scalp Acupuncture system was discovered in the 1960’s and was first presented to the world in 1973 at the Ryodoraku Congress in Osaka. In the more than 40 years since then, Dr. Yamamoto has not stopped working to improve and complete the system.

 

In the early 70’s, the method consisted of a single somatotope or microsystem (correspondence between a point on the body and a specific area of the central nervous system, organ, or muscle, etc.) located on the forehead with 5 basic points. Over the course of the years, Dr. Yamamoto has discovered many more points and somatatopes on the head and in other parts of the body. Yamamoto’s YNSA New Scalp Acupuncture is the 2nd most widespread microsystem worldwide, after auriculotherapy.

 

The system is very effective in the treatment of both acute and chronic pain, neurological disorders such as the after-effects of a stroke, and countless other pathologies.

 

We offer a highly practical 1.5 day course. There is no need for deep previous knowledge of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). The only requirement is to come rested and ready to learn.

Content:

Introduction, Chinese scalp acupuncture vs YNSA Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture, the technique, basic points, sensory points, encephalon points, “Y” points, cranial pairs, somatotope “I”, somatotope “J” and “K”, other somatotopes, extraordinary points, tinnitus, neck diagnosis, abdomen diagnosis, arm diagnosis, diagnosis by IG 4, YNSA Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture, and TCM.

*Posters of quick consult 1 and 2

Content:

Introduction, Chinese scalp acupuncture vs YNSA Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture, the technique, basic points, sensory points, encephalon points, “Y” points, cranial pairs, somatotope “I”, somatotope “J” and “K”, other somatotopes, extraordinary points, tinnitus, neck diagnosis, abdomen diagnosis, arm diagnosis, diagnosis by IG 4, YNSA Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture, and TCM.

*Pósters de consulta rápida 1 y 2

Master Class Advanced YNSA. Completing the puzzle

YNSA Course, Level 2

New diagnosis somatatopes: zang fu, musculoskeletal and central nervous system.

New therapuetic somatatopes on the head, feet, and hands.

New extra points.

If you want new "tools" to treat pain, neurological problems, mobility difficulties, emotional disturbances, skin problems and much more... we invite you to participate in this new YNSA course.

With the chance to see real treatments.

You must have taken the Level 1 course.

Juan Hahn´s new book ACUPUNCTURE AND PAIN, is included in the enrollment.

Very practical!!! New content!!!

Material exclusive to this master class.

NEUROFUNCTIONAL SCALP ACUPUNCTURE

In 2005, almost two decades ago, I took my first course in scalp acupuncture. It was called Chinese and Japanese scalp acupuncture.

 

To delve into the Japanese “scalp,” in subsequent years I participated in various training sessions in different European countries. However, it was in 2017 when I had the opportunity to consult with Dr. Yamamoto at his rehabilitation center in Miyazaki and in his hospital in Nichinan, Japan, which marked a turning point in my life with YNSA.

 

Regarding the Chinese “scalp,” I continued learning in Europe, China, and Vietnam. Later, I never stopped increasing my knowledge during the years I spent alongside Dr. Martín González in the acupuncture department of San José Hospital and other medical centers in Madrid.

Much more recently, I trained with Dr. Tianjun Wang in Manchester and also with Dr. Jason Hao in London.

 

After delivering over a hundred editions of my YNSA Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture course in 20 countries, I am now pleased to introduce my upcoming course: Neurofunctional Scalp Acupuncture (NSA). This course covers various types of Chinese scalp acupuncture, especially Jiao Sunfa  scalp acupuncture. We will mention other methods as well, such as Zhu’s scalp acupuncture and Lin Xue-Jian’s scalp acupuncture, the course will also explore points on the skull used in other acupuncture methods.

 

Contrary to popular belief, Jiao Sunfa’s scalp acupuncture is not exclusively for treating neurological issues. It can be equally effective for internal medicine problems, endocrine issues, emotional issues, gynecological problems, and, of course, pain treatment. It is compatible with YNSA.

 

In this, my third scalp acupuncture course, there are several innovations, including a specially designed anatomical model for this course. It features detailed anatomical elements to enhance our understanding and localization of various points and areas.

In this SCALP ACUPUNCTURE course, the third and final entry about this specialty that fascinates me so much and has allowed me to so well attend my patients, I will present my third acupuncture book: Neurofunctional Scalp Acupuncture (NSA). It is a 300-page manual containing nearly 200 illustrations and color photographs. It also includes a section on neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and other aspects of neuroscience.

 

To all of you who have taken my YNSA Scalp Acupuncture course and/or the Advanced YNSA course, I invite you to enhance your skills in scalp acupuncture with my new NSA course. If you haven’t participated in any of my courses, you are, of course, more than welcome.

 

Both the YNSA course, the Advanced YNSA course, and the NSA course have different yet highly compatible and complementary contents, creating a synergy that will undoubtedly provide excellent results with your patients.

 

The goal of this third Scalp Acupuncture course, with scheduled editions in Madrid, Tenerife, Manila (Philippines), Paris (France), Dublin (Ireland), and Winterthur (Switzerland), is the same as the previous two: for the student to be able to apply their new knowledge the day after completing the course, adding value to their clinical practice by incorporating new “tools” that lead to better results with their patients.

Acutaping Course

Acutaping course

Acutaping is a technique that, in addition to conventional taping strategies, also uses neuromuscular tape on acupuncture points, meridians, trigger points, and myofascial treatment from biotensegrity and myofascial chains.

 

In the basic acutaping course, we work in very small groups so that students can put this technique into practice the day after finishing the course. In addition, we place special emphasis on helping students understand how acutaping works, which will allow them to develop their own unique way of applying this therapy. They will leave the course with necessary tools to continue learning and growing in the practice of acutaping.

Content:

In this highly practical course, we will study different techniques:

Muscular – Fascial – Space Augmentation – MTP (Myofascial Trigger Points) – TCM (Taping on acupuncture points and meridians) – Ligament Tendons – Lymphatic – Neuro Reflex

Content:

In this highly practical course, we will study different techniques:

Muscular – Fascial – Space Augmentation – MTP (Myofascial Trigger Points) – TCM (Taping on acupuncture points and meridians) – Ligament Tendons – Lymphatic – Neuro Reflex

Although most commonly used for musculoskeletal treatments, acutaping is not limited to this purpose. It has been used by hundreds of athletes in the Olympic Games in London and Beijing, and is currently used by high level soccer players, tennis players, etc.

 

Acutaping is very useful in the reduction of pain, the stabilization of ligaments and tendons, scar removal, lymphatic and blood drainage, and in the treatment of diarrhea, constipation, period discomfort and much more.

Although most commonly used for musculoskeletal treatments, acutaping is not limited to this purpose. It has been used by hundreds of athletes in the Olympic Games in London and Beijing, and is currently used by high level soccer players, tennis players, etc.

Acutaping is very useful in the reduction of pain, the stabilization of ligaments and tendons, scar removal, lymphatic and blood drainage, and in the treatment of diarrhea, constipation, period discomfort and much more.

This course is intended for:

All kinds of therapists: osteopaths, acupuncturists, kinesiologists, fasciotherapists or chiromassage therapists. Monitors or practitioners of any discipline such as Pilates, Thai massage or Yoga, as well as people in the sports world, such as coaches or anyone else who is interested in incorporating this effective technique into their lives.

No previous knowledge is necessary to participate in this course.

Electrocardiography course:

In the basic electrocardiography course, it is not necessary to have any previous knowledge. We start from scratch.

Content:

Anatomophysiological reminder of the heart – The electrocardiograph – Normal tracing (sinus rhythm) – Specific conduction system. – Electrical axis – Interpretation routine – AV blocks – Branch blocks – Arrhythmias: atrial fibrillation, ventricular fibrillation, flutter, extrasystoles, asystole, ventricular and supraventricular tachycardias, etc. – ACS – Defibrillation – Cardioversion – Cardioversion – Pacemaker – Sudden Death – Other pathologies – Case Studies

Content:

Anatomophysiological reminder of the heart – The electrocardiograph – Normal tracing (sinus rhythm) – Specific conduction system. – Electrical axis – Interpretation routine – AV blocks – Branch blocks – Arrhythmias: atrial fibrillation, ventricular fibrillation, flutter, extrasystoles, asystole, ventricular and supraventricular tachycardias, etc. – ACS – Defibrillation – Cardioversion – Cardioversion – Pacemaker – Sudden Death – Other pathologies – Case Studies

First Aid + AED Course

We adapt each course to the most frequent risks and pathologies of each group.

Content:

Anatomophysiological review: musculoskeletal system, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, nervous system, digestive system.

 

CPR maneuvers – Chain of survival – Basic life support – Use of the defibrillator – Airway obstruction, Heimlich maneuver, other maneuvers – Fractures, contusions, Dislocations and sprains – Skin – Wounds – Burns – Hemorrhages – Shock – Poisoning – Animal bites and stings – Smoke inhalation – Childbirth assistance – Trauma – Anaphylaxis – Loss of consciousness – Stroke – Myocardial infarction – Sudden death – Accidents – Accidents – Intoxication – Animal bites and stings – Smoke inhalation Sudden death – Traffic accidents – Accidents at work – Electrical injuries – Drowning – Postural management of patients – The first aid kit – Emergency travel – Basic Life Support in the aeronautical environment – Prevention and treatment of diving accidents.

Content:

Anatomophysiological review: musculoskeletal system, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, nervous system, digestive system.

 

CPR maneuvers – Chain of survival – Basic life support – Use of the defibrillator – Airway obstruction, Heimlich maneuver, other maneuvers – Fractures, contusions, Dislocations and sprains – Skin – Wounds – Burns – Hemorrhages – Shock – Poisoning – Animal bites and stings – Smoke inhalation – Childbirth assistance – Trauma – Anaphylaxis – Loss of consciousness – Stroke – Myocardial infarction – Sudden death – Accidents – Accidents – Intoxication – Animal bites and stings – Smoke inhalation Sudden death – Traffic accidents – Accidents at work – Electrical injuries – Drowning – Postural management of patients – The first aid kit – Emergency travel – Basic Life Support in the aeronautical environment – Prevention and treatment of diving accidents.

Electroacupuncture Course

Electroacupuncture is often used in Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese hospitals to treat a multitude of pathologies, including pain.

It is a very useful tool important for every acupuncturist.

However, the vast majority of them do not use it, or they use it incorrectly.

In this 8-hour course, we will explain everything that has never been explained to you. You will first learn how electroacupuncture devices work from the groudn up: different types of currents, different types of devices on the market, single-phase vs two-phase currents, and different types of waves.

Only by understanding these concepts will you be able to correctly apply electrostimulation.

In this highly practical course, you will understand the basics of electricity and electroacupuncture, allowing you to develop your own therapeutic strategies instead of just applying protocols.

PROGRAM

Historical background

Different types of devices

Different types of currents

Single-phase and two-phase currents

Different types of waves

Electroacupuncture and pain (chronic and acute)

Electroacupuncture in emotional disorders

Low frequency VS high frequency

Contraindications

Body electroacupuncture

Electroacupuncture and auriculotherapy

Practical activities

Electroacupuncture is often used in Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese hospitals to treat a multitude of pathologies, including pain.

It is a very useful tool important for every acupuncturist.

However, the vast majority of them do not use it, or they use it incorrectly.

In this 8-hour course, we will explain everything that has never been explained to you. You will first learn how electroacupuncture devices work from the groudn up: different types of currents, different types of devices on the market, single-phase vs two-phase currents, and different types of waves.

Only by understanding these concepts will you be able to correctly apply electrostimulation.

In this highly practical course, you will understand the basics of electricity and electroacupuncture, allowing you to develop your own therapeutic strategies instead of just applying protocols.

 

PROGRAM

Historical background

Different types of devices

Different types of currents

Single-phase and two-phase currents

Different types of waves

Electroacupuncture and pain (chronic and acute)

Electroacupuncture in emotional disorders

Low frequency VS high frequency

Contraindications

Body electroacupuncture

Electroacupuncture and auriculotherapy

Practical activities

“The only profession for which no training of any kind is necessary is that of an idiot; for everything else you have to study.”

Joseph Pulitzer

American publisher who gave his name to the famous Pulitzer Prizes.

April 10, 1847 – October 29, 1911

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