Korean Hand Therapy Advanced

By Dan Lobash

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Total CPDs: 16.5
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Total CPDs: 16.5
NCCAOM (16.5), IVAS (16.5), Standard Certificate (16.5)
Access Period: Lifetime
Series Length: 16.5hrs

Series Overview

The KHT Advanced Series covers many methods used to increase the healing power of KHT. Micro-meridians that correspond to body meridians are mapped on the hands, and this allows access to body energetics through the hands using simple stimulation, tonification, sedation and moxabustion practices.

Eight Extraordinary micro-meridian treatments stimulate core energies for rebalancing the body and can be accessed through the extraordinary micro-meridians. 

This series also presents the entire theory of how to determine the best treatment to rebalance the energetics through results from “Three Constitutions” and “Yin-Yang” Pulse Diagnosis. 

KHT hand treatments can be combined simultaneously with other modalities including body acupuncture, reflexology, massage, and other micro-system treatments. Fortunately, all treatment protocols can be applied with or without needles. 

Also presented in this series is how to instruct clients to apply safe, non-invasive self-treatment between office visits.  All Advanced theory and practices are consistent with TCM theory.

It is strongly recommended that attendees of this series take the complete Basic KHT Series prior to registering for these Advanced courses, as well as it is highly recommended courses within the Advanced Series are taken in order.

Micro-meridian Theory: Overview, Location

Dan Lobash dives in deeper into the theory, practice and applications of KHT. He also discusses the comparison between Micro and Body Meridians.
Total CPDs: 1.5
NCCAOM (1.5), IVAS (1.5), Standard Certificate (1.5)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1.5hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging topics following the basic courses. This course is the first of five chapters that covers topics on Micro-meridians Therapy. This course provides an overview on the theory, practice, and value of applying Micro-meridians in Korean Hand Therapy. Topics that are covered include the benefits of using hand Micro-meridians, the similarities and differences of the Micro and body meridians, and levels of application. The location of the Five Element points for Yin and Yang Micro-meridians, special and acu-points, and treatment patterns are also outlined.

Course Objectives

  • Students will understand the relationship between the body and hand Micro-meridians
  • Students will understand the maps of the pathways of each of the 12 Micro-meridians on the fingers
  • Students will understand the protocols and strategies for Micro-meridian stimulation
  • Students will learn the guidelines for Micro-meridian stimulation for tonification, sedation, and even methods
  • Students will learn the benefits of adding Micro-meridian stimulation to correspondence treatment patterns

Course Outline

0 hrs - 30 min
KHT Micro-meridian rationale. Comparison of KHT Micro-meridians with body meridians: Micro-meridian balancing points-palmer and dorsal views; Maps of KHT Micro-meridians; Applications of KHT Micro-meridians; Comparison of KHT and TCM meridian labeling; Direction of Chi flow. Guidelines for Micro-meridian placement: Key features for locating Yang Micro-meridians; Key features for locating Yin Micro-meridians. Map of Five Element points.
30 min - 1 hrs
Assessments, Options and Locations: Micro-meridian assessment options; Micro-meridian treatment options; Acute vs chronic treatment; Map of the Five Element points. Micro-meridian stimulation strategies: Even methods; Simple Tonification and Sedation; Rules for the application of hand needles and pellets; Examples of Needles and Pellets for digestive issues on the Stomach Micro– meridian; Test probes.
1 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Six Micro-Meridian assessment strategies: Special point treatment functions; Micro-meridians based on clinical experience; Micro-meridian treatment based on clinically expected energetic conditions; Five element KHT treatment; Micro-meridian based on — Three Constitutions and Yin-Yang Pulse Diagnosis; Eight Extraordinary Micro-meridians. Summary of Micro-meridian treatment options. Recorded Q & A from presenter/case histories.

Micro-meridian Theory: Lu-LI, ST-SP - Location, Functions

Dan Lobash explains the major aspects of the Four KHT Micro-Meridians: Lung, Large Intestine, Spleen, and Stomach.
Total CPDs: 1
IVAS (1), Standard Certificate (1), NCCAOM (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging topics following the basic courses. This course is the second of five chapters that covers topics on Micro-meridians Therapy. This course explores the information necessary to understand the major aspects of four KHT Micro-meridians: The Lung, Large Intestine, Spleen, and Stomach. Content that is presented includes the comparison of the Micro-meridians and their body counterparts, the pathway on the hand, and the major functions of the important points. Protocols to treat various health issues are also explored.

Course Objectives

  • Students will understand the relationship between the body and hand Micro-meridians
  • Students will understand the major aspects of four KHT Micro-meridians: The Lung, Large Intestine, Spleen, and Stomach.
  • Students learn the general indications for each Micro-meridian covered in the course.
  • Students will understand the functions, characteristics, and symptoms associated with major points on the Micro-meridians covered in the course.
  • Students will learn treatment strategies and protocols associated with the Micro-meridians illustrated in the course.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Lung Micro-meridian: General Functions — Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian, Similarities and Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms. Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms. Micro-meridian Applications.
15 min - 30 min
Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification; Simple two pellet sedation; One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns; Tonification; Sedation. Large Intestine - Micro-meridian: General Functions; Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian; Similarities; Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification, Simple two pellet sedation, One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns: Tonification and Sedation. Presenter's recorded Q&A and case histories.
30 min - 45 min
Spleen Micro-meridian: General Functions — Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian, Similarities and Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification, Simple two pellet sedation, One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns: Tonification and Sedation.
45 min - 1 hrs
Stomach - Micro-meridian: General Functions —Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian, Similarities and Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification, Simple two pellet sedation, One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns: Tonification and Sedation. Recorded Q&A and case histories.

Micro-meridian Theory: Ht-Si, KI-UB - Location, Functions

Dan Lobash explains the major aspects of the Four KHT Micro-Meridians: Heart, Small Intestine, Kidney, and Urinary Bladder.
Total CPDs: 1
Standard Certificate (1), IVAS (1), NCCAOM (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging topics following the basic courses. This course is the third of five chapters that covers topics on Micro-meridians Therapy. This course explores the information necessary to understand the major aspects of four KHT Micro-meridians: The Heart, Small Intestine, Kidney, and Urinary Bladder. Content that is presented include the comparison of the Micro-meridians and their body counterparts, the pathway on the hand, and the major functions of the important points. Protocols to treat various health issues are also explored.

Course Objectives

  • Students will understand the relationship between the body and hand Micro-meridians.
  • Students will understand the major aspects of four KHT Micro-meridians: The Heart, Small Intestine, Kidney, and Urinary Bladder.
  • Students learn the general indications for each Micro-meridian covered in the course.
  • Students will understand the functions, characteristics, and symptoms associated with major points on the Micro-meridians covered in the course.
  • Students will learn treatment strategies and protocols associated with the Micro-meridians illustrated in the course.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Heart Micro-meridian: General Functions; Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian; Similarities; Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification, Simple two pellet sedation, One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns: Tonification and Sedation.
15 min - 30 min
Small Intestine: Micro-meridian: General Functions; Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian; Similarities; Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification, Simple two pellet sedation, One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns: Tonification and Sedation. Presenter's recorded Q&A and case histories.
30 min - 45 min
Kidney Micro-meridian: Micro-meridian: General Functions; Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian; Similarities; Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification, Simple two pellet sedation, One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns: Tonification and Sedation.
45 min - 1 hrs
Urinary Micro-meridian: Micro-meridian: General Functions; Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian; Similarities; Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification, Simple two pellet sedation, One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns: Tonification and Sedation. Presenter's recorded Q&A and case histories.

Micro-meridian Theory: Liv-GB, PC-TH - Location, Functions

Dan Lobash explains the major aspects of the Four KHT Micro-Meridians: Liver, Gall Bladder, Pericardium, and Triple Heater.
Total CPDs: 1
NCCAOM (1), Standard Certificate (1), IVAS (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging topics following the basic courses. This course is the fourth of five chapters that covers topics on Micro-meridians Therapy. This course explores the information necessary to understand the major aspects of four KHT Micro-meridians: The Liver, Gall Bladder, Pericardium, and Triple Heater. Content that is presented includes the comparison of the Micro-Meridians and their body counterparts, the pathway on the hand, and the major functions of the important points. Protocols to treat various health issues are also explored.

Course Objectives

  • Students will understand the relationship between the body and hand Micro-meridians.
  • Students will understand the major aspects of four KHT Micro-meridians: The Liver, Gall Bladder, Pericardium, and Triple Heater.
  • Students learn the general indications for each Micro-meridian covered in the course.
  • Students will understand the functions, characteristics, and symptoms associated with major points on the Micro-meridians covered in the course.
  • Students will learn treatment strategies and protocols associated with the Micro-meridians illustrated in the course.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Liver Micro-meridian: General Functions; Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian; Similarities; Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification, Simple two pellet sedation, One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns: Tonification and Sedation.
15 min - 30 min
Gallbladder Micro-meridian: General Functions; Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian; Similarities; Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification, Simple two pellet sedation, One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns: Tonification and Sedation. Presenter's recorded Q&A and case histories.
30 min - 45 min
Pericardium: General Functions; Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian; Similarities; Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification, Simple two pellet sedation, One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns: Tonification and Sedation.
45 min - 1 hrs
Triple Heater Micro-merdian: General Functions; Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian; Similarities; Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Simple two pellet tonification, Simple two pellet sedation, One hand needle tonification and sedation; Four Point–Five Element Patterns: Tonification and Sedation. Presenter's recorded Q&A and case histories.

Micro-meridian Theory: A-(Conception Vessel) and B-(Governing Vessel)

Dan Lobash describes the major aspects of Two KHT Micro-Meridians: A (Conception Vessel) and B (Governing Vessel).
Total CPDs: 1
IVAS (1), Standard Certificate (1), NCCAOM (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging topics following the basic courses. This course is the fifth of five chapters that covers topics on Micro-meridians Therapy. This course explores the information necessary to understand the major aspects of two KHT Micro-meridians: A-(Conception Vessel) and B-(Governing Vessel). Content that is presented includes the comparison of the Micro-meridians and their body counterparts, the pathway on the hand, and the major functions of the important points. Protocols to treat various health issues are also explored.

Course Objectives

  • Students will understand the relationship between the body and hand Micro-meridians.
  • Students will understand the major aspects of two KHT Micro-meridians: A-(Conception Vessel) and B-(Governing Vessel).
  • Students learn the general indications for each Micro-meridian covered in the course.
  • Students will understand the functions, characteristics, and symptoms associated with major points on the Micro-meridians covered in the course.
  • Students will learn treatment strategies and protocols associated with the Micro-meridians illustrated in the course.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Conception Vessel - (A) Micro-meridian: General Functions; Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian; Similarities; Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Even Stimulation.
15 min - 30 min
Presenter's recorded Q&A and case histories.
30 min - 45 min
Governing Vessel Micro-meridian: General Functions; Comparison of the Micro-meridian and Body Meridian; Similarities; Differences. KHT Hand Points and Body Points: Functions, Characteristics, Symptoms; Major Excess and Deficiency Symptoms; Micro-meridian Applications; Micro-meridian Stimulation: Even Stimulation.
45 min - 1 hrs
Presenter's recorded Q&A and case histories.

Eight-Extraordinary Micro-meridian Therapy

Dan Lobash explains in detail about the Eight Extraordinary Micro-Meridians used in KHT.
Total CPDs: 1
IVAS (1), Standard Certificate (1), NCCAOM (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging topics following the basic courses. This course is the second of 6 modules that covers Advanced KHT topics. This course explores how the Eight Extraordinary meridians are powerful ways to influence the bodies’ energetic. KHT has mapped the Eight Extraordinary Micro-meridians on the hands. Stimulating the micro Master and Coupled points gives dramatic and fast responses. In KHT, they are applied both symptomatically and as prescriptions based on KHT diagnostic procedures. Emphasis is on the application of non-invasive silver and gold pellets.

Course Objectives

  • Students will learn how and when to apply the KHT Eight-Extraordinary Micro-meridians
  • Students will learn how to accurately find the correct locations of each of the Eight Extraordinary Points
  • Students will learn functions of each of the Eight-Extraordinary Micro-meridians
  • Students will learn general indications for each of the Master and Coupled points

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Overview of When and How to Use the Eight Extraordinary points.
15 min - 30 min
How the Eight Extra are selected symptomatically and how the Eight Extraordinary points are selected to balance posture.
30 min - 45 min
Locations on the dorsal and palmer hand surface.
45 min - 1 hrs
How to compare options clinically; The importance of establishing objective criteria; The possibility of immediate feedback on each set of points.

KHT Five Element Therapy

Dan Lobash covers the Five Element Theory, Two Point, Four Point Micro-Meridian Tonification and Sedation Theory.
Total CPDs: 1
IVAS (1), Standard Certificate (1), NCCAOM (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging topics following the basic courses. This is Module 3 of 6 in the Advanced topic series. This course covers the Five Element, Four Point Micro-meridian tonification and sedation theory, location, and applications. Also included will be selection principles of points and applications for both hot (excess heat) and cold (excess deficiency) as well as a simplified two point treatment pattern. Application of both needles and pellets is explained. The focus of this Module is to understand the theory and application of the Five Element model in KHT.

Course Objectives

  • Students will learn the basic principles of the 5 Element Model
  • Students will understand creative and control cycle relationships
  • Students will learn Five Element, Four point and Two point patterns for Tonification and Sedation
  • Students will understand the application of Korean Hand points using needles and pellets

Course Outline

0 hrs - 30 min
Rationale for Five Element Treatment: Five Element model, Creative cycle mother-son principle, Control cycle Ko cycle, Five Element, Four Point selection principles, Tonification & Sedation.
30 min - 1 hrs
Point Selection Procedures: Five Element, Four Point selection principles: Tonification & Sedation; Examples of Five Element Tonification & Sedation, Five Element Four Point combinations of Yin and Yang treatment patterns, Combination Patterns: Tonify the Yin while Sedating the Yang Partner.

Three Constitutions Diagnosis: Review

Dan Lobash explains how the Three Constitutions is one of the main diagnostic tools used in KHT.
Total CPDs: 1
IVAS (1), Standard Certificate (1), NCCAOM (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging topics following the basic courses. This course is the first of four parts that cover Three Constitutions Diagnosis. Three Constitutions Diagnosis is one of the main diagnostic methods in KHT - understanding the theory and protocols will enable the practitioner to determine the energetic excess and deficiency patterns of the twelve body meridians. This information provides a guide to selecting the most appropriate meridian to restore energetic balance. The focus of part 1 is a review of prior materials in preparation for learning the Three Constitutions.

Course Objectives

  • The student will understand the theory and application of Correspondence Therapy.
  • The student will understand the naming and location of the 12 Micro-meridians.
  • The student will learn the point location of the Eight extraordinary Micro-meridians and points.
  • The student will learn important operating rules, relationships, and applications of the Five Element Micro-meridian model.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Theory and application of the Correspondence Therapy.
15 min - 30 min
Naming and location of the 12 micro-meridians.
30 min - 45 min
Point location of the Eight Extraordinary Micro-meridians and points.
45 min - 1 hrs
The important operating rules, relationships and applications of the Five Element Micro-meridian model.

Three Constitutions Diagnosis: Theory & Application

Dan Lobash dives in depth with the energetic patterns of the 12 Meridians in each of the Three Constitutions (Yin, Kidney, and Yang Excess)
Total CPDs: 1
NCCAOM (1), IVAS (1), Standard Certificate (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging topics following the basic courses. This course is the second of four parts that cover Three Constitutions Diagnosis. Three Constitutions Diagnosis is one of the main diagnostic methods in KHT; understanding the theory and protocols will enable the practitioner to determine the energetic excess and deficiency patterns of the twelve body meridians. This information provides a guide to selecting the most appropriate meridian to restore energetic balance. Part 2 covers the theory and development of the energetic patterns of the twelve meridians in each of the three constitutions: Yin, Kidney, and Yang Excess Constitutions.

Course Objectives

  • Students will understand the rationale and treatment sequence on the abdomen to determine for each side the energetic patterns in terms of excess or deficiency of the 12 meridians and three Constitutions: Yin, Yang, and Kidney Excess.
  • The student will learn The Yin Excess Pattern Development: Application of the Five Element Model, Procedure for the left side of the abdomen for Yin Excess, and Procedure for the right side of the abdomen Yin Excess.
  • The student will learn The Kidney Excess Pattern Development: Application of the Five Element Model, Procedure for the left side of the abdomen for Kidney Excess, and Procedure for the right side of the abdomen for Kidney Excess.
  • The student will learn The Yang Excess Pattern Development: Application of the Five Element Model, Procedure for the left side of the abdomen for Yang Excess, and Procedure for the right side of the abdomen for Yang Excess.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
The rationale and treatment sequence on the abdomen to determine on each side the energetic patterns in terms of excess or deficiency of the 12 meridians and three Constitutions: Yin, Yang and Kidney Excess.
15 min - 30 min
The Yin Excess Pattern Development; Application of the Five Element Model; Procedure of the left side of the abdomen for Yin Excess; Procedure of the right side of the abdomen for Yin Excess.
30 min - 45 min
The Kidney Excess Pattern Development; Application of the Five Element Model; Left side of the abdomen for Kidney Excess; Right side of the abdomen for Kidney Excess.
45 min - 1 hrs
The Yang Excess Pattern Development; Application of the Five Element Model; Left side of the abdomen for Yang Excess; Right side of the abdomen for Yang Excess.

Three Constitutions Diagnosis: Confirmation of Diagnosis

Dan Lobash focuses on the diagnosis and treatment methods of the Three Constitutions in KHT.
Total CPDs: 1
Standard Certificate (1), IVAS (1), NCCAOM (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging topics following the basic courses. This course is the third of four parts that cover Three Constitutions Diagnosis. Three Constitutions Diagnosis is one of the main diagnostic methods in KHT. Understanding the theory, practice and application will enable the practitioner to exactly determine the energetic excess and deficiency patterns of all twelve meridians. This information provides the most appropriate meridian or micro-meridian to restore energetic balance to all 12 meridians and thus to restore health to the client. Part 3 focuses on methods to confirm the Three Constitution Diagnosis and then to treat the constitution.

Course Objectives

  • The student will learn how to do confirmation of the Three Constitution Diagnosis determined through the use of Pellets, Test Probes, and Silver Rings
  • The student will also learn how to treat the Three Constitutions with Pellets, Hand Needles, and Silver Colored Rings
  • The student will also learn how to apply treatment Patterns for the Three Constitutions

Course Outline

0 hrs - 30 min
Diagnosis Confirmation of the Constitution with: Pellets, Test Probes. and Silver Rings.
30 min - 1 hrs
Treatment of the Three Constitutions with Pellets, Hand Needles and Silver Colored Rings; Treatment Patterns for Three Constitutions.

Three Constitutions Diagnosis: Demonstration of Parts 1, 2 & 3

Dan Lobash guides you through the Three Constitutions diagnosis, confirmation of diagnosis, and treatment of a patient.
Total CPDs: 1
Standard Certificate (1), NCCAOM (1), IVAS (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging topics following the basic courses. This course is the fourth of four parts that cover Three Constitutions Diagnosis. Three Constitutions Diagnosis is one of the main diagnostic methods in Korean Hand Therapy. Understanding the theory, practice and application will enable the practitioner to exactly determine the energetic excess and deficiency patterns of all twelve meridians. This information provides the most appropriate meridian to restore energetic balance to all 12 meridians. Part 4 focuses on illustrating Three Constitutions diagnosis, confirmation, and treatment.

Course Objectives

  • The student will learn how to do a KHT intake of a client with chronic sciatic pain.
  • The student will be able to diagnose the Three Constitutions of the client.
  • The student will be able to confirm Three Constitution Diagnosis with Pellets, Test Probes, and Silver Rings.
  • The student will be able to treat and confirm the value of each step with Feedback on Pain and Range of Motion.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Perform a KHT intake of a client with chronic sciatic pain and diagnose the Three Constitutions of the client by abdominal treatment.
15 min - 30 min
Confirmation of the Three Constitution Diagnosis with: Pellets, Test Probes and Silver Rings.
30 min - 1 hrs
Treat and confirm the value of each step with: Feedback on Pain and Range of Motion.

Yin-Yang Pulse Diagnosis

Dan Lobash describes in depth the Yin-Yang Pulse diagnosis theory and its application in KHT.
Total CPDs: 2
Standard Certificate (2), IVAS (2), NCCAOM (2)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 2hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging subjects. This is the 5th Module of 6 sections in the KHT Advanced Series. This course covers Yin-Yang Pulse diagnosis theory and application. Attendees learn a unique approach to pulse diagnosis. Conclusions drawn from Yin-Yang Pulse diagnosis can be applied to body as well as hand micro-meridian treatments. The diagnosis will be identical across diverse, trained practitioners.

Course Objectives

  • Students will learn how to locate: All Micro-meridians, all Five Element points for Yin and Yang Meridians, and all Eight Extraordinary points.
  • Students will understand basic yin-yang pulse diagnosis concepts such as: Describing the rationale for application of Yin-Yang diagnosis, differentiating Yang Type vs. Yin Type Pulses, several metaphors for the “smooth vs. rough” pulse quality, and know the differentiate ratios: 1X (times), 2X or 3X for each meridian.
  • Students will understand the theory and procedure of diagnosis and treatment confirmation by Applying pellets and rings, comparing differentials between Carotid and Radial pulses, treating front associated points for excess tissue characteristics.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 45 min
Review: KHT Micro-meridian locations, KHT Five Element Point locations, KHT Eight Extraordinary point locations.
45 min - 1.75 hrs
Yin-Yang Pulse Diagnosis Concepts: Rationale for application, Yang Type vs. Yin Type, Smooth vs. rough pulse quality, Diameter differentials: 1X (times) 2 X or3 X.
1.75 hrs - 2 hrs
Treatment Confirmation: Applying Pellets and Rings, Carotid and Radial Points, Procedures for Front Associated Points.

The Seven Steps to Healing Effectiveness with KHT

Dan Lobash explains the 7 steps in how to make an effective treatment plan in KHT.
Total CPDs: 3
IVAS (3), NCCAOM (3), Standard Certificate (3)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 3hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This module is part of the KHT Advanced Topics Series, which covers more challenging subjects. This is the 6th module of 6 in the KHT Advanced Series. It is recommended that all previous modules from the basic level, through the 5 advanced modules be completed prior to taking this module. In this course, students will have the opportunity to learn how to sequentially build a treatment plan beginning with Correspondence Therapy and ending with a comprehensive Micro-meridian treatment plan, which includes all seven steps for maximum healing effectiveness. Each step includes some appropriate review material to make the step understandable without returning to previous course handouts.

Course Objectives

  • Students will understand the theory and application procedure of each of the seven steps.
  • Students will learn how to add special points, and Eight Extraordinary Master and Coupled points.
  • Students will learn how to add Symptomatic Micro-meridian treatment and Micro-meridian tonification and sedation.
  • Students will understand how to add Micro-meridian treatment based on Three Constitutional Diagnosis and how to add Eight Extraordinary Micro-meridian and Micro-meridian treatments based on Three Constitution and Yin Yang Pulse Diagnosis.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 30 min
Understand the theory and application procedures of each of the seven steps: Step 1 — Review the basic principles for Correspondence Therapy; See them applied with an example; Evaluate treatment effectiveness; Learn how to complete the treatment or move to the next step.
30 min - 1 hrs
Step 2 — Adding special Points. Step 3 — Adding Eight Extraordinary Master and Coupled points.
1 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Step 4 — Adding Symptomatic Micro-meridian treatment. Step 5 — Adding Micro-meridian Tonification and Sedation from KHT understanding.
1.5 hrs - 2 hrs
Step 6 — Adding Micro-meridian treatment based on Three Constitution Diagnosis.Step 7 — Adding Eight Extraordinary Micro-meridian and Micro-meridian treatment based on Three Constitution and Yin Yang Pulse Diagnosis.
2 hrs - 3 hrs
Recorded Treatment Demonstration of the Application of the 7 Steps.
Dan is a very clear, knowledgeable and enthusiastic teacher. I look forward to more modules with him.
Deborah L. - United States
Dr Lobash is a wonderful instructor and very easy to follow.
Cathy S. - Canada
Dr. Lobash is an excellent teacher. He has a very down to earth method of teaching. He is extremely learned on this subject and it has intrigued me to learn more.
Linda S. - United States
You will learn how to use the advanced healing techniques of KHT in a practical and very comprehensive way.
Pedro V. - Brazil
The teacher was very patient, thorough and knowledgeable.
Suzanne O. - United States

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Taught by Dan Lobash

Dr. Dan Lobash, Ph.D., L.Ac., practices KHT (Korean Hand Therapy) and Traditional Oriental Medicine and has been in practicing for over 30 years. He has taught KHT seminars internationally and is published in several TCM journals.
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