Center for East Asian Medicine

OM Orthopedics

Oriental Medicine Orthopedics & Integrative Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Rehabilitation

Dr. Dino Arhontoudis, D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic) and Georgette Young, L.Ac., D.A.O.M. (Cand.) are teaming up to bring you the best in Oriental Medicine Orthopedics & Integrative Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Rehabilitation.

Take your practice to the next level!

Do you want to achieve a high degree of clinical skills regarding the assessment and treatment of neuro-musculoskeletal disorders and sports injuries?

Oriental Medicine is a physiologically based primary health care system originally developed in ancient times.

It uses a full range of remedial methods:

• Needling Therapy
• Herbal Medicine
• Nutrition
• Heating therapy (moxibustion)
• Manipulation
• Massage
• Exercises for Rehabilitation, Strength, and Range of Motion
• Guided Stretches
• Breathing Exercises
• Stress Management
• Life Style Counseling
• Therapeutic Bathing
• Bone Setting **
• Surgery **

**Surgery and Bone-setting is not currently not taught in the curriculum of Chinese medical schools in the west.

Oriental Medicine Orthopedics is sometimes referred to as “gushang kexue”. It is a specialty that involves assessment and treatment typically concerned with soft-tissue lesions often resulting in pain in the muscles and/or dysfunction of the bones and joints of the body.

Integrative Sports Medicine Acupuncture & Rehabilitation is a marriage of Eastern Medicine and Western Medicine. It includes modalities such as bone setting, local trigger point (motor point) needling, distal needling therapy (Master Tung and Balance Methods) electrostimulation, neuromuscular re-education, therapeutic exercises, cupping patterns, and Kinesiology Taping.

The main objective of this course (10 modules) is to learn how to adequately evaluate and treat the most common musculoskeletal disorders and/or sports injuries to bring about successful resolution.

First Module:
Lumbosacral Pain - Assessment and Treatment

June 10 & 11, 2017
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Athens, Greece

(Professional Development Education = *14 hours)
*NCCAOM approval pending

Classes will include review of basic Anatomy and Physiology, Observation & Palpation, Manual Muscle Testing, Orthopedic Neurological Testing, Range of Motion, East/West Differential Diagnosis,


Effective Treatment Strategies will include: Motor Point Needling Therapy, Kinesiology Taping, Electric Stimulation, and Chinese Medicine Orthopedics (TCM protocols, Master Tung’s Points, Balance Method Points, Cupping Patterns, and Gua Sha).

To register or for more information about the complete program,
please contact Nikos Basiakos @ ACUPLUS: 2130 339653

Dates: June 10 & 11, 2017 - Athens, Greece

Complete Program includes the following Modules:

First Module: Lumbosacral Pain – Assessment and Treatment
Second Module: Hip Pain: Assessment and Treatment
Third Module: Knee Pain: Assessment and Treatment
Fourth Module: Ankle/Foot Pain: Assessment and Treatment
Fifth Module: Neck Pain: Assessment and Treatment
Sixth Module: Shoulder Pain: Assessment and Treatment
Seventh Module: Back Pain (Upper and Mid Thoracic): Assessment and Treatment
Eighth Module: Elbow Pain: Assessment and Treatment
Ninth Module: Wrist and Hand Pain: Assessment and Treatment
Tenth Module: Integration and Certification Examination.