Acupuncture & Irritable Bowel Syndrome [IBS]

Introduction

This course will give participants an overview of the pathogenesis and aetiology of Inflammatory Bowel disease [IBD] and Irritable Bowel Syndrome [IBS] with reference to:

The Western Medical Model of Acupuncture intervention

The course will present western evidence based medicine [Rijnierse et al 2007; Spiller et al 2007; Diehl 1999] adhering closely to the Guidelines of the British Society of Gastroenterology [2007] classification of IBD and IBS to:

The Traditional Chinese Model of pattern identification and differentiation

The course will present the Chinese medical model [CMM] of clinical reasoning incorporating:

At each stage of the course very effort will be made to marry the two models with reference to current evidence and up to date research to present evidence based, effective management of this complex pain state. students will be required to have:

Indicative Acupuncture Content

The course will provide students with a number of educational styles to facilitate learning:

Suggested Pre Course Reading

Acupuncture Course Dates & Venues

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Acupuncture in Physiotherapy

The Government's recent decision not to introduce statutory regulation [SR] of Acupuncture has a significant effect on Physiotherapists who wish to use Acupuncture within their clinical practice.

It has also caused tutors at ALIED, along with many other experienced Physiotherapist Acupuncture Tutors, to reappraise our affiliations.

Clinical Support

All students who have attended ALIED training courses may request clinical support from ALIED if they are having problems with a patient or with their clinical use of Acupuncture.

Simply E-Mail your query to ALIED and we will do our best to give you prompt, evidence-based advice on the problem you are experiencing.

Have a Course at Your Location

Have you thought about an Acupuncture course at your location?

You can either run the course yourself, or ALIED will organise the whole thing.

Full details of the arrangements are available on the website.