Korean Hand Therapy Basics

By Dan Lobash

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NCCAOM (15), IVAS (12.75), Standard Certificate (12.75)
Access Period: Lifetime
Series Length: 12.75hrs

Series Overview

The purpose of this comprehensive course is to teach participants the basic concepts, theories, and methods of KHT: Korean Hand Therapy. KHT is an energetic system located on the hands. In KHT, each hand embodies a hologram of the entire body. The hands reflect, like a mirror, the current condition of the body. If there is pain or dysfunction in any part of the body, there will be corresponding reflex tender points on the hands - treat the corresponding reflex (tender) points, and the problem resolves. Attendees who take this online course will have a more thorough understanding of KHT basics, and will be able to take the Advanced Series to explore more challenging content.

Overview & Development of KHT

Dan Lobash introduces Korean Hand Therapy and the history and applications of this therapy.
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 one in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. Module 1, ‘Overview and Development of KHT,’ presents an introduction to KHT: Korean Hand Therapy including the historical development, applications, benefits, limitations, and scientific studies validating KHT. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • Students will have an understanding of the history of KHT
  • Students will learn the unique areas of application for KHT
  • Students will have an overview of the benefits of KHT for both patients and practitioners
  • Students will get further information on studies that have been conducted validating the effects of KHT
  • Students will get an overview of the concept of the body as a hologram with unlimited correspondence patterns

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Introduction and history of KHT
15 min - 30 min
Unique areas for applying KHT will be covered; Features and benefits of using KHT will be explored
30 min - 45 min
Overview of treatment options using KHT will be outlined
45 min - 1 hrs
Protocols for using methods to stimulate will be explored
1 hrs - 1.25 hrs
The concept of the body as a hologram will be presented. An exploration of structural relationships will be outlined
1.25 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Western Research will be outlined. Recorded Q&A and case histories

Microsystem Combinations

Dan Lobash introduces Micro-system combinations, ECIWO, and Su Jok Micro-systems used in KHT.
Standard Certificate (.5), IVAS (.5), NCCAOM (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: .5hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part 10 in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. Module 10, 'Microsystem Combinations’ presents the various combinations of these protocols that can resolve a problem. The topics of combining principles and examples are covered. A history and introduction to ECIWO and Su Jok Micro-systems are also illustrated. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • Students will learn combining principles
  • Students will learn the history and protocols for ECIWO and Su Jok
  • Students will get an understanding of combinations that can be used to treat liver problems, head, shoulder, and neck pain.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Topics covered are: Combining Principles; Searching and treatment sequences; A history and protocols for ECIWO and Su Jok are covered; Adding other Microsystems is explained: SuJok, SuJok Mini, Dien Chan Face, Microsystem, ECIWO, Auricular. ECIWO development. SuJok development; Examples of Combined Treatments; Liver corresponding points; Sujok hand, SuJok foot, Chinese ear, Dien Chan Face, SuJok Mini system, KHT Hand.
15 min - 30 min
Head and shoulder pain: Sujok hand, SuJok foot, Chinese ear, Dien Chan Face, SuJok Mini system, KHT Hand. Neck pain: Sujok hand, SuJok foot, Chinese ear, Dien Chan Face, SuJok Mini system, KHT Hand. Recorded Q&A and case studies.

Self-Treatment and KHT Treatment Plans

Dan Lobash provides the guidelines to get patients involved in self-care treatments using KHT.
Standard Certificate (.5), NCCAOM (1), IVAS (.5)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: .5hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part 11 in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. Module 11 presents an overview of the benefits of getting a client involved in his/her own treatment. Guidelines for the ‘Low Cost Treatment Protocols’ booklet will be covered in detail, and how the material in it can be applied to daily practice. Treatment protocols for many common problems and examples will also be given. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • Students will learn self-treatment protocols that patients can learn, and the benefits of getting clients involved.
  • Students will have a better understanding of the protocols outlined in the 'Low Cost Treatment' download.
  • Students will have a sense of the various pellet, moxabustion, and point finding protocols for various clinic situations.
  • Students will learn the treatment guidelines for common problems such as neck pain, sciatic pain, chronic stomach pain, and PMS.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Self-Treatment with KHT: Four Reasons for Client Involvement. “Low Cost Treatment Protocols” free download is outlined in detail. Pellet, Moxabustion, and Point Finding guidelines are covered.
15 min - 30 min
Treatment Sequences are covered for (with examples): Neck Pain, Sciatic Pain, Chronic Stomach Pain, PMS, Others. Recorded Q&A and case histories.

KHT in More Complex Cases

Dan Lobash covers the various diagnosis and treatment methods used in KHT.
IVAS (.5), Standard Certificate (.5), NCCAOM (1)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: .5hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part 12 in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. Module 12, ‘KHT in More Complex Cases’ gives an introduction to the wide range of diagnostic and treatment options available through this modality. Examples from working with Micro-meridians to Micro-meridian diagnosis are covered. A brief overview of where to find KHT supplies and more information is also outlined. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • Students will learn about Micro-meridian and Eight Extraordinary Micro-meridian Therapy.
  • Students will have an understanding of the Three Constitutions and Muscle Testing Constitution Assessment.
  • Students will learn about Ring Therapy Assessment and Yin-Yang Pulse Diagnosis.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
These topics are covered: Micro-meridian Therapy; Eight Extraordinary Micro-meridian Therapy; Three Constitutions Assessment; Muscle Testing Constitution Assessment; Ring Therapy Assessment and Therapy; Yin-Yang Pulse Diagnosis.
15 min - 30 min
Recorded Q&A and case studies.

Mapping the Body on the Hands

Dan Lobash pinpoints the locations used in Korean Hand Therapy by "mapping the body on the hands."
Total CPDs: 2
NCCAOM (2), IVAS (2), Standard Certificate (2)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 2hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part 2 in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. Module 2, ‘Mapping the Body on the Hands' presents an overview of operating rules for using the hands to search and treat physical problems. The corresponding locations of the arms, legs, hands and feet will also be explored. Major ‘B’ (GV) and ‘A’ (CV) Micro-meridian divisions are also covered, and protocols to manually find and image the sacrum on the dorsal hand surface will also be presented. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • Students will learn the Nine Structural Correspondence Rules.
  • Students will also get an overview of the 'animal' hand posture and the anatomical posture in KHT.
  • Students will learn the protocols for finding the correspondence of points in the the arms, legs, hands, feet, and head.
  • Students will have an understanding of key points along the 'A' and 'B' Micro-meridians.
  • Students will learn how to create a virtual sacrum.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 30 min
Understanding the whole body hologram on both hands will be covered: Structural correspondence rules, Finger joints and arm and leg correspondences, Hand and foot problem presentation.
30 min - 1 hrs
Key landmarks along the spine (B micro-meridian) will be outlined: Virtual image for sciatica and search path will be presented, Trapezius pain and correspondence location.
1 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Key landmarks along “A” micro-meridian (CV): Structure and applications, Face correspondence and symptoms treated.
1.5 hrs - 2 hrs
Recorded Q&A and case studies.

Manual and Electric Point Finding

Dan Lobash discusses types of hand stimulation, as well as instructions for patients for self-care treatments.
Total CPDs: 1.5
Standard Certificate (1.5), NCCAOM (1.5), IVAS (1.5)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1.5hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part 3 in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. Module 3, 'Manual and Electronic Point Finding' presents an overview of hand stimulation, metal and electronic point finders, point finding for neck problems, and client instructions for self-treatment. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • The difference between different types of hand stimulators, and the impact on blood flow
  • The difference between Gold vs. Silver coloured massagers
  • The guidelines for manual and electronic point finding, and also using them together

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
The difference in effects between different types of hand stimulators: Moderate, mild, or high stimulation.
15 min - 30 min
The effects of hand stimulation on blood flow - increased circulation clears heat.
30 min - 1 hrs
The difference between Gold vs. Silver stimulation. The guidelines for manual point finding.
1 hrs - 1.25 hrs
The guidelines for electronic point finding and for combining it with manual point finding.
1.25 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Recorded Q&A and case studies.

Non-Invasive Methods of Point Stimulation

Dan Lobash explores the use of metal pellets, stipers and the benefits they have. As well, he explores Moxa protocols for acute and chronic conditions.
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 4 in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. Module 4, 'Non-Invasive Methods of Point Stimulation' presents an overview of the principles of stimulating using metal pellets and Stipers, and clarification on what they are, and how they work are outlined. Concepts surrounding hand moxabustion and types of electrical moxa warmers are also explored as well as protocols for treating acute and chronic conditions. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • Students will learn the principles of point stimulation with pellets and Stipers.
  • Students will get an understanding of the benefits of using hand moxibustion and moxa warmers.
  • Students will understand the different pellet types and how they work.
  • Students will have a comprehension about how various KHT applications can help treat acute and chronic conditions.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 30 min
The topic of stimulation with metal pellets is covered, including the different types of pellets, Gold vs. Silver in correspondence, and pellet application principles. Soft pellets and application principles will also be explored.
30 min - 1.25 hrs
The topic of moxabustion, and types (smokey, smokeless, salves, and liquids) are explored, along with application principles. Electronic moxa warmers are examined. Other non-invasive stimulation devices are outlined such as lasers, vibration, hand magnets, and color, and how all of these devices can help to treat chronic and acute conditions is explored.
1.25 hrs - 1 hrs
Recorded Q&A and case studies.

Needling Theory, Assessment, Treatment and Practice

Dan Lobash explains the needling stimulation, reactions, and protocols used for KHT.
Total CPDs: 1.5
NCCAOM (1.5), Standard Certificate (1.5), IVAS (1.5)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1.5hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part 5 in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. Module 5, 'Needling Theory, Assessment, Treatment and Practice' presents an overview of the theory and tools of hand stimulation, which includes detailed information on insertions and needles. The topic of needling reactions and hand needling protocols are also explored. The instructor also looks at the treatment of various musculoskeletal conditions. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • Students will learn the theory and tools for basic KHT protocols.
  • Students will learn why a certain protocol is used when, and guidelines for diagnosing patients.
  • Students will understand the different reactions patients may have towards needling.
  • Students will get an overview of treatments for various musculoskeletal conditions.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 30 min
An overview of KHT theory, tools, applications, and needle reactions.
30 min - 1 hrs
Guidelines for assessment, searching, and different treatment options that can be used.
1 hrs - 1.25 hrs
Guidelines for the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, such as neck pain, and the use of manual point location, and sciatica, using electronic point location.
1.25 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Recorded Q&A and case studies.

Review of Modules 1-5 to Refine Location Accuracy

In part 6 of a 12-part series, Dan Lobosh does a review of module 1-5 and raises the importance of location accuracy.
NCCAOM (1), Standard Certificate (.5), IVAS (.5)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: .5hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part 6 in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. This course, 'Review of Modules 1-5 to Refine Location Accuracy,' presents a review of the key points covered in parts 1-5 in this series. Some key concepts that are covered are the protocols for accurate location of corresponding points and structures. Areas of the body that are reviewed are areas in the upper body, such as the shoulders, elbows,and hands, and also areas in the lower body such as the hips, knees, and feet. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • Students will get a more comprehensive understanding and review of the key concepts covered in KHT Modules 1-5.
  • Students will have a more thorough understanding of the key locations of points on the hands in regards to points associated with the elbows, shoulders, wrists, hips, knees, and feet.
  • Students will also get a refresher on key points regarding the “A” meridian for key points and functions, Front “A” line Associated points, Vertebral areas, and key landmarks on the spine.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Review key points of Modules 1-5 and review of key corresponding point locations.
15 min - 30 min
Instructor's comments on concepts students may need further clarification on from Courses 1-5. Recorded Q&A and case studies.

Special Patterns to Enhance the Effects of Correspondence Therapy

Dan Lobash explains KHT protocols that are used in treating physical, mental, and emotional health.
Total CPDs: 1
IVAS (1), NCCAOM (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 7 in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. Module 7, 'Special Patterns to Enhance the Effects of Correspondence Therapy,' presents an overview of KHT protocols that can be used to treat a wide variety of physical, mental, and emotional issues. These protocols can be used in a standalone manner, or to enhance correspondence therapy. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • Students will understand the important points of the 'A' Micro-meridian, and the front associated points.
  • Students will also have a more thorough comprehension of the longevity pattern for men and women, and basic therapy protocols for upper, middle, and lower functional areas.
  • Students will learn the abdominal basic prescription, and a mental and emotional re-centering pattern.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 30 min
Special Patterns to Enhance Correspondence Therapy will be covered. A review of the “A” Micro-meridian point functions and the front Associated points will be covered.
30 min - 45 min
The longevity Pattern for Men and Women will be outlined. Protocols for the treatment of Upper, Middle and Lower functional areas will be covered.
45 min - 1 hrs
Guidelines for the Abdominal Basic Prescription and a pattern for re-centering mentally and emotionally will be explored. Recorded Q&A and case studies.

Micro-Meridian-Back Transport Points and Micro-Meridians as Landmarks

Dan Lobash presents an overview of how the B-Micro-Meridian is applied in KHT.
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 8 in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. Module 8, 'Micro-meridian-Back Transport Points and Micro-meridians as Landmarks,' presents an overview of the protocols of how the B-Micro-meridian is used in KHT. The topic of the location of the 12 back transport points on the hand is also explored, along with the concept of the 12 Micro-meridians on the fingers as landmarks or pathways for corresponding point location. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • Students will learn about protocols in regards to the B-Micro-meridian and how it is used in KHT.
  • Students will know the location of the 12 back transport points on the hand.
  • Students will understand the concepts regarding the 12 Micro-meridians on the fingers as landmarks or pathways for corresponding point location.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
B-Micro-meridan, Back Transport Points and Micro-meridians as Landmarks are covered. The B-Micro-meridian location and divisions and protocols for use in KHT are outlined.
15 min - 30 min
The location of the 12 Back Transport Points in three groups are covered: Lung, Pericardium, Heart; Kidney, Urinary Bladder, Large Intestine, Small Intestine; Liver, Gallbladder, Spleen, Stomach, Triple Heater.
30 min - 45 min
Protocols for the application of the Back Transport Points is covered. Guidelines for the application of the 12 KHT Micro-meridians as landmarks or features for location of corresponding points on arms and legs is outlined.
45 min - 1 hrs
The instructor explores how to combine the Micro-meridian path and anatomical features to pinpoint the exact location of the corresponding point. Recorded Q&A and case studies.

Corresponding Point Locations

Dan Lobash covers certain points on the front, back, sides of the body used in KHT.
IVAS (1.25), NCCAOM (1.5), Standard Certificate (1.25)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1.25hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This learning module is part 9 in a 12-part series that presents the basic theories, concepts, and methods of treatment for Korean Hand Therapy (KHT). All 12 modules can be viewed in two days, or over time individually. Module 9, 'Corresponding Point Locations' presents a review of random point locations on the body. Areas covered include points on the front, back, and sides of the body. The instructor will go over points that new students may often have trouble identifying. Attendees will have a thorough understanding of KHT basics upon taking all of the courses in this series.

Course Objectives

  • Students will have a clearer understanding of the eight points on the front of the body
  • Students will have a more thorough understanding of the seven points on the sides of the body
  • Students will have a clearer understanding of the eight points on the back of the body

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
These Corresponding Point Locations will be covered:
15 min - 30 min
Eight points on the front of the body: Right Eye, Anterior deltoid, Left knee, Left clavicle, Right palmer side wrist, Cv 12, Cv 5, GB 41. Seven points on the sides of the body: Left hip joint, Left Chest wall at level of chest nipple, Left massater, Left side of nose, Left ear.
30 min - 1.25 hrs
Eight corresponding points on the back of the body will be covered: Right buttock at GB 30, Left rhomboid at T-4 level, L5-S1, Left dorsal leg at UB 36, Right dorsal leg at UB 57, Left heel pad, GB 21, SI 12.
The Basic KHT is an outstanding course. Not only is the information detailed and well presented, it has allowed me to learn a new type of treatment from the comfort of my home at my own speed. Having the ability to review the module a number of times and refer back to previous modules has been very beneficial. Dr. Lobash is a wonderful instructor and very easy to follow. I would recommend this course to anyone interested in this field.
Cathy S. - Canada
I was able to apply the class information right away in my clinic with good results.
Susan P. - United States
Class was very clear and easy to process and understand. Useful information that can be applied to my daily clinical use.
Christine S. - Canada
Dan is a very clear, knowledgeable and enthusiastic teacher. I look forward to more modules with him.
Deborah L. - United States
Dr. Dan Lobash is a very talented speaker. The course covers important points and leaves no doubts about the basics of KHT.
Pedro V. - Brazil
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

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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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