CSPH5313: Acupressure

1 CreditField StudyOnline Available

Open to health professional graduate students or practicing healthcare professionals. Undergraduate students with specific prior coursework may be admitted with instructor approval. By the end of the course students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the basic principles and applications of Acupressure as a component within the theory of East Asian Medicine. Students will learn the location, indications for use and techniques of stimulation of acupressure points in sequences specific to common physical, mental, and emotional symptoms. Methods for both self-care and the care of others will be the primary focus of learning. Special focus will be given to the treatment of pain conditions, chronic health conditions, palliative care, oncology, women’s health care, and mental-emotional wellbeing. Current literature and research findings will also be discussed.

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