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AACP Acupuncture for Pregnancy related conditions - London - June 2019

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 This is a 10 hour CPD course. This consists of 7.5 hours contact time and 2.5 hours self study questions to be completed and included with your certificate to be valid.

 
Summary
Pregnancy is a time when acupuncture can offer a valid alternative or complement to bring relief from common pregnancy pain and discomforts where conventional medical treatments are often restricted or contraindicated.
 
This course will give all practitioners who have contact with this patient group the necessary knowledge, practical skills and confidence to safely treat pregnant women and the various pregnancy related discomforts that present in clinic.
 
It will draw on the tutor's experience as an ex midwife, pain team nurse and acupuncturist to equip the practitioner with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct safe effective treatments for this patient group.
 
Objectives
Following this course you will be able to: able to:
- Discuss guidelines for treating pregnant patients
- Understand  protocols for treating musculoskeletal pain in pregnancy, including Back Pain, Pelvic Girdle Pain, Carpal Tunnel and Varicosities, overdue babies and cervical ripening
- Apply acupuncture techniques related to treating pregnancy discomforts including nausea and vomiting, varicosities, hyperemesis, headaches
- Understand the 'red flags' to treat pregnant women safely
- Discuss the considerations for needling pregnant women including positioning, comfort, checking mother and baby, dealing with abreactions and needle shock
- Know the contraindicated points in pregnancy and the rationale for avoiding their use
- Justify your treatment approaches for this patient group utilising current research
- Adjust point prescriptions to tailor to individual requirements of pregnant woman with back pain, pelvic girdle pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, nausea / hyperemesis, varicosities, overdue babies and headaches
- Locate and needle relevant acupoints confidently
- Utilise useful acupressure massage points
- Understand optimal foetal positioning and how to promote this through educating mothers
 
Content
- Guidelines for treating in pregnancy
- Protocols and Techniques
- Red Flags and contraindications
- Acupressure massage techniques
- Optimal Foetal Positioning
 
This course is open to health professionals with previous acupuncture training and who have a significant level of anatomical and physiological knowledge.
 
CPD Hours: 10
£120.00 - AACP Members
£160.00 - Non AACP Members
Please log-in to access the members discount.
Location Greater London
Details of Event
Start date 29 Jun 2019
Start time 9:00am
Time info Please arrive in good time for the course to begin
Venue Address Whittington Health NHS Trust, Outpatient Physiotherapy Department, Old Nurses Home, Whittington Hospital, Magdala Avenue, London, N19 5NF
Cost
Description Reduced course cost for Accredited AACP members
Amount £160
About
Organiser Claire Buckingham
Speaker Cheryl Mason
CPD hours 10
Accredited by AACP
Website https://www.aacp.org.uk/events/view/1278/acupuncture-for-pregnancy
Description AACP Limited Sefton House, Adam Court, Newark Road, Peterborough PE1 5PP
Name Claire Buckingham
Contact No. +441733390007
Email claire@aacp.uk.com
Keywords Acupuncture, Complementary Health, Complementary Medicine, Complementary Therapy, Health, Holistic, Physiotherapy, Therapy
Regions Bristol , East Midlands, East of England, Greater London, Ireland, Midlands, North East, North West, Northern Ireland, Online (UK wide), Scotland, South, South East, South West, Southwark, Wales, West Midlands, Westminster, Worldwide, Yorkshire and the Humber
Event User Information
Name Jennifer Hodges
Telephone Number 01733 390007
Email marketing@aacp.uk.com
Website www.aacp.org.uk

 

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