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Kikko Matsumoto, L. Ac.

**15 CEU Hours, approved by the California Acupuncture Board**

Japanese Kiiko-Style Acupuncture for Menopausal Symptoms & Gynecological Issues (Day 1)

Diabetes, Hepatitis, & Other Digestive Disturbances (Day 2)

In this two-day seminar, prominent Japanese acupuncturist Kiiko Matsumoto will provide lectures and demonstrations on effective acupuncture treatments for women dealing with menopausal symptoms and other gynecological problems (Day 1) and for people with diabetes, hepatitis, and other digestive disturbances (Day 2). She will discuss common palpatory findings on the abdomen and elsewhere, and corresponding acupuncture treatments for these findings and symptoms that typically produce tremendous clinical effects. Kiiko’s style of acupuncture is a synthesis of her own clinical findings and ideas with the approaches of many prominent Japanese acupuncturists. Through extensive and intensive clinical practice as well as her own readings and interpretations of the Chinese medical classics, Ms. Matsumoto has succeeded in integrating different approaches to create a coherent and highly effective style of her own that embodies ideas from the Chinese classics and modern Western medicine. The main characteristic of this style of acupuncture is the very close relationship between the various medical theories and the human body. Such a relationship is obtained by palpation and verification of acupuncture points and their clinical effectiveness before beginning a treatment.

About Kiiko Matsumoto
Kiiko Matsumoto, Lic. Ac. is a master acupuncturist internationally known for her ability to integrate the works of contemporary Japanese Masters into a coherent and clinically effective style of acupuncture practice. Educated in Japan and practicing in Massachusetts, Ms. Matsumoto returns to Japan annually to study with eminent teachers. Among the master acupuncturists with whom she has studied are Masters Nagano and Kawaii and Dr. Manaka. Ms. Matsumoto is the author of four fundamental texts in acupuncture in the U.S., including scholarly works on acupuncture and the interpretation of Chinese Classic texts and her new Kiiko Matsumoto’s Clinical Strategies, Vol. 1. She regularly publishes articles in the Ido-No-Nippon acupuncture magazine in Japan.

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(Registration at 8:30)
Saturday - Sunday
FEB. 3 - 4, 2007

Contact: AUCM
Email: info@aucm.org
Phone: 310-550-7445

 


 


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