Dates: Saturday & Sunday, June 23rd and 24th
Time: Saturday 9:00am to 5:00pm, Sunday 9:00am to 4:00pm
Venue: Embassy Suites, Syracuse, NY
Required pre-requisite: Introduction to Motor Points seminar, or any motor point seminar with Richard Hazel from 2016 or 2017, and
Quiz: There will also be a quiz that participants must pass (80% or greater) before taking the seminar. This quiz will be on the anatomy that will be covered in this seminar. It will be emailed to everyone and must be returned prior to the date of the seminar.
Review of physical assessment of the shoulder
Muscles covered (Note: there are multiple motor points for some muscles):
You MUST be a licensed acupuncturist with an active malpractice policy to take this seminar.
Refunds: There are no refunds. A credit towards a CMTW seminar or webinars will be granted.
Venue: Embassy Suites, Carrier Circle, Syracuse NY
Use code CM1 when booking your room! The link for on-line booking is below.
Discounted rooms available through June 1st, 2018. You must book a room by June 1st.
Richard received his Master of Science in Acupuncture – Orthopedic & Sports Medicine at Pacific College in New York. He was one of the very few to get into PCOM’s short-lived Orthopedic & Sports Medicine program which focused on the location and treatment of motor points, for the treatment of pain and improved neuromuscular function. The program also focused on sports medicine assessment and rehabilitation as seen in the work of Dr. Vladimir Janda of the Prague School of Rehabilitation. In addition to the above, Richard also studied Neurofunctional Electric Stimulation Acupuncture under Dan Wunderlich, LAc and the theories and methods of Dr. C C Gunn and Dr. Janet Travell.
Richard’s practice in New York City focuses on treating chronic pain and injury and improving sports performance by assessing muscle imbalances and decreased range of motion. He gets excellent results in very few treatments by keeping the focus on restoring the function of the limb, joint or spinal segment, instead of attempting to merely treat the site of pain. Richard uses his knowledge of sports medicine to help professional and amateur athletes improve mobility and strength, so they can perform at their highest level.
Richard has taught several motor point seminars for CMTW since 2016. He is a regular on the CMTW podcasts and has recorded seminars available on AcuVids as well.