Acupuncture Technology Symposium 2017
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Acupuncture Technology Symposium 2017

May 4 - 6, 2017
Johns Hopkins University
Rockville, Maryland

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20 Hours of CE Credit Pending (NCCAOM, CA and FL)
 

About The Symposium:

Miridia Acupuncture Technology is sponsoring, for the first time ever, an Acupuncture Technology Symposium.

Acupuncture is age-old medicine, but in this ever-changing, technology-driven world, the advancements in both objective acupuncture documentation and cutting-edge treatment tools and techniques should be at the heart of every acupuncture practice.

This 3-day symposium will cover many topics of technology-based acupuncture. From measurement and analysis to treatment and results tracking, this symposium will cover it all.
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Who Should Attend:

All acupuncturists, physicians, practitioners, or students wanting to learn more about any facet of acupuncture technology should attend this event.
 

Top 5 Reasons You Need To Be There:

Your Patients Trust Technology

Most of them will even trust it more than they trust people. Perhaps even more than they trust you.

If you're not embracing technology in your practice, you are losing the trust of your patients and an opportunity to connect with them on a deeper psychological level. At the seminar we will teach you how to use technology to create and enhance this trust connection with your patients.

 

Acupuncture Specific Technology Training

Much of the research and training available for technology in the medical industry is specific to medical doctors or physical therapists or others.

This symposium will be specific to acupuncturists, with direct application in acupuncture practice. What you learn here will be usable in practice on day 1!

 

Successful Practitioners

As an acupuncturist, you practice in a world that has odds stacked against you. Insurance is rigged, patients don't want to pay cash or commit to long treatment plans, and running a practice is just hard.

We know the answers because we do this stuff. It's a tough world out there, and if you can't make a living you can't help anyone. We can help you and we will teach how we overcome these obstacles at this symposium.

 

Real Education Wasn't At School

Sure, you spent years in school learning the theory of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. That schooling is designed to help you pass tests and get a license, but when you get into practice, that's when the real education begins.

This symposium isn't another guru you can chase or another theory you can study, it's designed for practical application. This is what is working right now, actually getting results in practice, and you can implement it on day 1.

 

Integrative Healthcare

How do you have a discussion with a medical doctor about the theories of Chinese medicine that you're using to help your patients?

There are tools and technology out there designed specifically for this, to help you communicate with other healthcare providers. Building these relationships is key for credibility and referrals.

 

Symposium Details:

This will be the most comprehensive training ever available for using Technology in your Acupuncture Practice.

In one weekend, go from technology novice to confident guru as you learn techniques you can apply immediately in your practice.

A Sample of What You Will Learn:

  • The difference between Meridian Balancing (aka Ryodoraku Acupuncture) and TCM Acupuncture, and why the most successful practitioners are getting the best results by changing their focus.

  • How long "computers" have been used in acupuncture diagnosis, and why the popularity is growing among patients, practitioners and schools.

  • Current, relevant research in the acupuncture industry and why you should be more confident in your profession.

  • How to use computerized meridian diagnosis to supplement your current diagnostic skill set, setting yourself apart from the average practitioner.

  • Root & Branch patient care, and why Channel Theory and Balancing makes TCM more effective, faster.

  • How to communicate with your patient using an electronic report of findings, and why this is absolutely essential for the acupuncture practice of the future.

  • When needles are NOT the best treatment option, what works better, and when to use "high-tech" treatment options to get the best results for every patient.

  • Acupoint treatment with microcurrent, laser, and vibrational therapy for difficult to treat patients, using both root and branch treatment philosophies.

  • Advanced, point detection strategies and three-dimensional treatment that leverages acupuncture "short cuts" that are only possible with technology, for the most robust and powerful treatments possible.

  • The difference between physical and electrical acupoint location, why there's a difference, and how to know you're doing it right.

  • Pro techniques for balancing the patient and the two-step strategy for immediately resolving pain.

  • Live, interactive case workups with the panel of experts.

  • Pro tips and answers to your questions during the panel discussion with the experts from diverse clinical backgrounds.

  • Most importantly, you will learn how to use technology in your practice right now to get better results.

Your Instructors

Dr. Adrian Larsen

Dr. Adrian Larsen D.C., C.Ac., FASA
President, Miridia Acupuncture Technology

Kimberly Thompson L.Ac.

Kimberly Thompson L.Ac.
Acupuncture Technology Columnist, Acupuncture Today

Dr. Jake Fratkin

Dr. Jake Fratkin OMD, L.Ac.
1999 Acupuncturist of the Year (AAAOM)
2006 Teacher of the Year (AAAOM)

Specializing in internal disorders, infections and pediatrics.

Deb Davies L.Ac.

Deb Davies L.Ac.
Acupuncturist and childbirth educator who specializes in women’s health with a special focus on pregnancy and childbirth.

Location:

Johns Hopkins University
We are proud to announce the course location will be held at  
Johns Hopkins University Montgomery Campus
9605 Medical Center Dr.
Rockville, Maryland 20850

Date:

The Symposium dates will be May 4th, 5th and 6th, 2017.

Thursday, May 4

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Topics include:

  • Acupuncture Meridian Balancing and TCM
  • Computer Assisted Diagnostics
  • Root & Branch Patient Care
  • Electronic Report of Findings and Patient Communication

Friday, May 5

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Topics include:

  • High-tech Treatment Options
  • Microcurrent
  • Laser
  • Vibrational Therapy
  • Advanced Point Detection Strategies
  • Three-dimensional Treatment

Saturday, May 6

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Topics include:

  • Two-step Strategy for Immediately Resolving Pain
  • Live, Interactive Case Workups with the Panel of Experts
  • Pro Tips and Live Q&A Panel Discussion

Cost:

The Pre-Registration price is only $695!

Standard registration cost for this course is $895 USD. The $200 Pre-Registration Special discount is available for a limited time.

The price of this course includes refreshments each day. Please let us know well in advance if you have any special food requirements. We will do our best to accommodate you.

 
Refund Policy: Cancelation requests received by February 15, 2017 will be refunded 100%. Cancelation requests received between February 15 and March 15, 2017 will be refunded 50%. Unfortunately we cannot accept cancelations after March 15, 2017. All refund requests have to be in writing to us at service@miridiatech.com.

Continuing Education (CE) Credit:

20 Acupuncture CE credits have been applied for and are pending from NCCAOM, FL (CE Broker) and CA. Until the applications are approved and credit has been awarded, credit is pending. Watch for updates and announcements about this as we get closer to the symposium date.

For many of us, 20 credits actually exceeds the requirement for the whole year! That’s great news because you can get it all done in one incredible weekend.
 
 
 

Travel & Lodging

Hotel Accommodations:

To make travel as convenient as possible, we have arranged for a block of rooms for symposium attendees at the Hilton Garden Inn - Rockville Gaithersburg

This hotel is approximately 1/2 mile from the classroom.

Hotel Name: Hilton Garden Inn Rockville-Gaithersburg
Check-in: May 3, 2017
Check-out: May 7, 2017
Special Rate: average $154.00 USD/Night
(We have a limited number of rooms at this rate. First come, first served.)

Shuttle Service: The hotel will provide free shuttle service between the hotel and the symposium.

Hotel Address:
14975 Shady Grove Road
Rockville, Maryland 20850

Phone Number: 240-399-7965

To book a room by phone, mention the
Acupuncture Technology Symposium group, or group code ATS to be included with the group of attendees.
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Hilton Garden Inn Rockville-Gaithersburg

Hotel Details:

Adjacent to Interstate 270 Technology Corridor, this suburban hotel is a 2-minute drive to the National Cancer Institute and 3 miles from the Shady Grove Metro Station with trains to Washington D.C..

All rooms offer custom-designed beds, plus flat-screen TVs, microwaves, minifridges and free WiFi. Suites add whirlpool tubs.

A cooked-to-order breakfast is available (fee), and there’s an American restuarant with an outdoor patio, as well as a 24/7 market. There’s also a fitness center and the indoor pool. Additional amenities include 2 meeting rooms, a ballroom and a business center, plus an area shuttle within 3 miles of the property.

Transit to and from the Symposium:

The symposium location is in Rockville Maryland, north west of Washington D.C.

For those who are traveling longer distances, there are 3 airports close to the symposium location:
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Reagan National (DCA)

Is the closest (mile wise) airport to the symposium. It is located in Washington DC and might take up to one hour to reach the symposium site. You can also take the metro (DC subway system to Shady Groove metro station) and catch a shuttle bus to the hotel.
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Washington Dulles (IAD)

Has the most flights and its the airport we prefer to use.
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Baltimore Washington International (BWI)

Good airport and fast to get in and out of.

Shuttle from an Airport to the Hotel:

Super Shuttle has options for arranging transportation from the airport directly to the hotel. Click here to view details and get a cost estimate.

Symposium Location:

Johns Hopkins University Montgomery Campus
9605 Medical Center Dr.
Rockville, Maryland 20850
 

This symposium is sponsored by:
Miridia Acupuncture Technology

Makers of the World’s Best Acupuncture Software