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This seminar will discuss the differentiation of radicular and non-radicular pain patterns. Paresthesia in the shoulder and upper extremity can be difficult to diagnose it's source in which a treatment protocol can be developed. This presentation will help the participant to assess and treat radicular pain coming from the cervical spine to non-radicular pain patterns from soft tissue nerve entrapments such as with thoracic outlet syndrome, pronator teres syndrome and many more. This seminar will discuss the biomedical cause of the referred pain with an integrated TCM approach to the assessment and treatment of these injuries. Exercise prescription will be provided for common postural imbalances that can lead to neck and arm pain patterns. An extraordinary vessel (ba gang) treatment using Pyonex inter- dermal needles will be discussed and demonstrated for enhanced exercise performance.
Matt Callison’s unique ability to blend Chinese Medicine with Sports Medicine is demonstrated by his excellent reputation. This is particularly evident in his international certification program, “Sports Medicine Acupuncture”. He has published a clinical study on acupuncture and tibial stress syndromes (shin splints) as well as an article on Sports Related Muscle Tension Headaches in the Journal of Chinese Medicine. Furthermore, Mr. Callison is also the creator of the Motor Point and Acupuncture Meridian Chart as well as the author of four publications, The Treatment of Orthopedic Disorders, The Motor Point Manual, Motor Point Index and in press: the Sports Medicine Acupuncture textbook. He earned his Bachelor Degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in Sports Medicine from San Diego State University in 1985. He worked in the Sports Medicine field at Alvarado Sports Medicine Clinic and Scripps Hospital, La Jolla for 6 years. In 1991, Mr. Callison received his Masters Degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, in which the class that he developed is still being taught; “Treatment of Orthopedic Disorders”. This class is currently taught in six different acupuncture colleges across the US. Mr. Callison serves as Pacific College’s supervisor of acupuncture interns at the University of California’s San Diego Sports Medicine RIMAC Center where they are blending Chinese and Sports Medicine together in a western setting. Mr. Callison is well-known for his work with professional athletes and has traveled across the United States to work with NFL players.