Oriental Medicine Physical Medicine Workshop Registration
Ancient Approach, Modern Application
14 PDA’s (Pending)
“I found Dr. Cyrus’ ability to take difficult to
grasp Western Medical concepts, principles, and
theories and reframe them to make them relevant
for Oriental Medicine practitioners exceptional”.
Dr. Yang Dong Ja, President
Virginia University of Oriental Medicine
About The Workshop
14 PDA’s for NCCAOM recertification (pending).
Note: To allow for ample clinical supervision, the class size is limited to 30 participants. Early registration is highly recommended and probably necessary since most workshops fill up way in advance.
This workshop is open to Pennsylvania and Non-Pennsylvania licensed acupuncturists.
OM-PM is an integrative system of medicine combining the best of classical Oriental Medicine and Western Medical Science to arrive at an integrated method of treatment. OM-PM is directed at an integrated method of treatment for regulating abnormalities in the physical condition. This is based on an assessment of the imbalances and anomalies in various channels systems using diagnostic methods (The Four Examinations) unique to OM and assessment methods (Orthopedic and neurological exams, manual muscle testing, and motion palpation) unique to “Physical Medicine”. PM findings are then reframed into the OM paradigm in order to broaden diagnosis and treatment options.
In this course:
- Participants will be able to define myofascial pain and make appropriate Oriental Medicine diagnosis.
- Participants will learn 14 treatment methods to address myofascial pain, including needling technique, bodywork, and dietary considerations.
- Participants will learn how to apply methods to the dorsal, ventral, and lateral aspects of the body.
Dr. Ian A. Cyrus, MS, DACM, LAc, ATC
Dr. Cyrus is nationally certified by the NCCAOM in Acupuncture and Asian Bodywork Therapy. He is an honors graduate of the Tristate College of Acupuncture where he earned his MS in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He is also an honors doctoral graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. He has also earned a BS in Physical Education with an emphasis on Athletic Training and Sports Medicine and is an ATC (Athletic Trainer Certified). He also earned a MS in Biomechanics both from Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Cyrus is the founder and innovator of a unique approach to Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) known as Oriental Medicine – Physical Medicine (OM-PM). OM-PM combines the best Oriental Medicine and Physical and Orthopedic Medicine in the treatment of musculo-skeletal and myofascial pain and dysfunction. He Teaches OM-PM to students and professionals in order to increase their clinical effectiveness.