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TTM Gong Fu Sports Medicine 1 w/ Tom Bisio – Feb. 1-2, 2020

This intensive seminar is based on Tom Bisio’s popular book, A Tooth From the Tiger’s Mouth. Students directly experience the power and effectiveness of Chinese Medicine by learning sophisticated multi-modality methods of treating and rehabilitating sports injuries, something Chinese medicine is very good at, often succeeding where Western medicine fails. The methods taught in this class are as effective today as they were 1,000 years ago.

TTM Gong Fu Sports Medicine 1 is an excellent starting point for those interested in learning practical and immediately useful Chinese medicine skills. Open to anyone, this class focuses on the treatment of sports injuries, martial arts training injuries, and other types of trauma including burns, cuts, insect bites, etc. Ideal for trainers, physical therapists, coaches, martial arts instructors, parents whose children play sports, and anyone interested in treating their own injuries with effective, practical and easy-to-use techniques.

Our goal: if you or someone you know pulls a muscle or sprains their ankle the day after taking this class, you will know exactly what to do in order to speed healing, reduce recovery time and prevent the sprain from become a chronic, debilitating injury.

This in-person seminar builds upon the online learning version of this class, with more information, demonstrations and invaluable Q+A time.

****Please read the Cancellation & Refund Policy (at the bottom of this page before registering)

Date: February 1 -2, 2020

Location: Pacific College of Oriental Medicine 110 William Street, 19th Floor NYC

Time: 9 am – 5 pm, Saturday & Sunday

Instructor: Tom Bisio

Cost: $550

You Will Learn:

  • Theory and Practice of Treating Injuries
  • Theory of Treating Injuries East and West
  • How to Treat Soft-Tissue Injuries
  • Examining an Injury
  • Three Stages of Injury and Healing
  • Revival Techniques
  • How to Make and Apply Chinese Herbal Poultices
  • Making Die Da Pills
  • Making Liniments
  • Using Medicinal Plasters
  • Applying Herbal Soaks
  • How to Use Liniments
  • Moxibustion Therapy
  • Seven-Star Hammer (Plum Blossom Needle) Principles & Techniques
  • Cupping Therapy
  • Guasha Therapy
  • Treatment of Burns
  • How to treat Cuts and Wounds
  • Treatment of Bites and Stings

Prerequisites: None

CEUs: NCCAOM & NCBTMB approved for 14 CEUs. Also approved for NY State LMTs.

Cancellation/Refund Policy:
Cancellations received more than 45 days prior to course start date are eligible for a full refund minus $50 plus 10% of registration fee, which covers credit card transaction and administrative fees. Refunds will be credited back to the original credit card used for payment or by check if applicable. Cancellations made within 45 days are not eligible for a refund and cannot be re-applied to future classes. All cancellation notices must be received in writing or email.

Course Cancellation:
New York Internal Arts reserves the right to cancel an event due to low enrollment or other circumstances which would make the event non-viable. If New York Internal arts is is forced to cancel an event, a full refund of course tuition only will be granted to those already registered. NYIA is not liable for any expenses incurred in preparing to attend the course. However, as much notice and consideration as possible will be given.