About the Course
Advanced Tuina course:
Diagnosis and treatment of Knee injuries for Tuina therapists
San Bao Traditional Chinese Medicine Education Center is honored to present famous Chinese medicine expert, Professor Shi Bao Shun, who will give a lecture on:
1. Acute knee injury
2. Knee traumatic synovitis
3. Meniscus injury
4. Infrapatellar fat pad strain
5. Medial and lateral ligament injury
6. Ankle and foot tendon, ankle sprain
7. Ankle tunnel syndrome
8. Achilles tendon sprain, heel pain.
Address: Weegschaalhof 20, 3067 TS, Rotterdam
Date: December 11th, 2022 (Sunday)
Lunch break: 13:00-14:00
By participating in this lecture, you will further improve your clinical diagnosis and treatment skills. The opportunity is rare, please register.
The number of applicants is limited to 10 people. In this way, we can ensure the quality of our teaching, so that everyone can master these diagnostic points and special treatment methods.
Minimum amount of participants: 4
How to apply:
Please send your name, address and email address to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sanbao Chinese Medical Education Center will send you an invoice and as soon as it's payed you will have secured your spot.
Welcome colleagues and friends who love TCM Tuina therapy!
Dr. Shi Baoshun
Introducing Dr Shi. Baoshun Shi graduated from the Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He was taught by famous Chinese medicine massage, acupuncture and orthopedic experts and studied under Professor Shuchun Sun, a famous Chinese medicine expert in China.
Baoshun Shi has worked in the Institute of Orthopedics and Traumatology of China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the China-Japan International Acupuncture and Tuina Clinic, as well as being the former head of a private health clinic. He is currently the chairman of the Chinese Medical Development Center (CMDC) and lecturer of Tuina therapy.
Professor Shi specializes in Tuina massage techniques treating headache, cervical spondylosis, tennis elbow, lumbar disc herniation, joint cramps of extremities, acute neck, waist, chest and limb injuries and other diseases with significant clinical effects.