Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program


Neurofunctional Treatment of Pain and Dysfunction

Neurofunctional Acupuncture
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Blueprint Treatments

The McMaster University Contemporary Acupuncture Program provides practitioners with Neurofunctional Acupuncture Blueprints for the treatment of common pain and movement dysfunction complaints such as: shoulder pain (impingement, acromio-clavicular problems, etc.), lateral elbow pain, median nerve dysfunction, neck pain, low back pain, pelvic pain, hip pain, knee pain, ankle sprains, chronic pain syndrome, myofascial pain, Achilles tendon problems, plantar fascia and heel pain, plus a number of states of dysfunction such as fatigue, digestive complaints, menstrual complaints, etc.

These Blueprints are practiced in specific Workshops, thus creating a “database” of standard protocols that later serve practitioners to develop individualized protocols based on these blueprints.

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