Solving Carpal Tunnel Syndrome for Allied Therapist: 7 Hr. NCBTMB CE Course
7 hr. CE Course: Everything Allied Therapists need to know to resolve Carpal Tunnel Pain using SomaVeda® Thai Yoga protocols!
NCBTMB 7 hrs. CE Course. Solving Carpal Tunnel Syndrome for Allied and Massage Therapist CE Course
Take this course alone or find it included for free or at no additional cost in the "Jump Start Your Healing Practice" All inclusive Omnibus Monthly Subscription program.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a challenge that is cropping up more and more frequently. Conventional remedial treatments are fine and can be examples of compassion in action, but Western style physical therapeutic and orthopedic approaches are limited in just how much compassionate relief they are able to deliver. This is because the conventional Western therapeutic model for treatment is not holistically based. A more compassionate approach is a protocol which leads to fundamental understanding and renders the application of remedial therapies unnecessary! This approach is entirely holistic (Naturopathic and Religious Therapeutic).
The lessons in this course are specifically designed for inclusion or adaptation for Allied Therapist, Physical Therapist and or Massage Therapist.
NCBTMB Provider No. 1203/ #451300-10, Florida FSMTB #50-15942
With our therapeutic protocol we can see most clients pain free in a matter of days vs. years! No surgery, no risk of death!
Our Carpal Tunnel treatment strategy uses Traditional Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy techniques coupled with non-invasive modern technologies such as Vibration Therapy and Far-Infrared Light Therapy. Of course we also address the emotional, somatic and inner energetic aspects of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome as well. The protocol suggested in this lesson has been proven in clinical application on real patients!
Certificate will be issued immediately on completion of course lessons and passing grade on Quiz.
Prof. Anthony James MSc.(Clinical Herbology), DNM(C), ND(T), MD(AM), DOM(Acu), DPHC(h.c.), PhD(IM), PhD(Hospitallar Medicine h.c.), DMM, RAAP, UTTS, MSGR./CHEV., Ordained Native Bishop Eastern Orthodox Catholic Church of the East in Brazil, Dean, Professor, Director of Education and Traditional Medicine AAPNA Advisory Board Member
Professor- Teacher, Physician, Registered Ayurveda Doctor (Vidya), Minister, Healer, Therapist... Florida, USA
Anthony B. James was the first Westerners ever recognized in Thailand as an authentic Thai Traditional Medicine teacher and Ajahn or professor, where his work is known and honored throughout the country by the Royal Thai Gov’t Ministries of Thai Traditional Medicine, Thai Department of Commerce and Tourism Authority of Thailand (TOT- Friend of Thailand Awardee recipient), Wat Po Association of Thai Traditional Medical Schools registered AACHARN (Ajahn)/ Professor of Thai Traditional Medicine. He is a teacher of Thai Ayurveda, Classical Indian Ayurveda, Yoga and Vedic astrology (Thai Korosot Astrology), who shows how Yoga and Vedic systems of knowledge interface for optimizing our human potential.
AAPNA Advisory Board Member and Registered Ayurvedic Doctor R.A.D. (AAPNA) practicing Ayurveda Medicine and therapy for over 38 years. His many books include “Ayurveda of Thailand- The AAPNA Veda Vyasa Award Recipient for 2017”, “Ayurveda and Thai Yoga, Religious Therapeutics Theory and Practice”, as well as several Telly Award winning Video Documentaries on Thai Traditional Medicine and Thai Yoga Therapy. He is currently the director of the NAIC: SomaVeda College of Natural Medicine, SCNM School of Ayurveda Medicine and Thai Yoga Center, Staff and Faculty for Oriental Medicine Doctoral program of the PanAmerican School of Natural Medicine- Nevis West Indies, and on the editorial board for the magazine "International Journal of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine".
Dr. James has a thirty eight year background in natural healing, including the systems of Native American Medicine, Thai Ayurveda, Classical Indian Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, Western Herbalism and Vedic Astrology. He has an MD(AM) degree as well as Board Certified Naturopathic Degree, two doctoral degrees in Natural Medicine, an OMD (Acupuncture) as well as doctorates/ PhD in Indigenous Medicine and Monastic Medicine. Dr. James also holds a Masters in Clinical Herbology and has taught herbal medicine for several years. Currently he is dean of the SCNM: SomaVeda College of Natural Medicine, School of Ayurveda Medicine and the Thai Yoga Center schools and programs. Dr. James is the author of numerous books, articles and hundreds of educational video’s focused on Ayurveda and related topics. He has presented seminars and at national and international medical conferences including AAPNA for many years.
In addition to his interest and research into his family Native American Religious and medicine heritage Dr. James is an ordained priest and Monsignor of the the Sacred Medical Order of The Church of Hope (SMOCH/ SMOKH).The Church of Hope is a Church of special and sacred ministry of monastic medicine, sanctified healing, ecclesiastical medicine, holistic medicine, as well as indigenous medicines as part of religious doctrine, where he is working to integrate Ayurveda and Complimentary Medicine into the Monastic Medical Tradition of the church.
In September of 2016, Ajahn James published a comprehensive texbook titled “Ayurveda of Thailand: Indigenous Traditional Thai Medicine and Yoga Therapy“, Meta Journal Press. This new book covers in detail the authentic history and genuine practices, philosophy and religious therapeutics of Ayurveda in Thailand.
November 30th. 2009, Ajahn, Dr. Anthony James receives LifeTime Membership Recognition with Union of Thai Traditional Medicine Society (UTTS). The award itself was presented by the Mr. Aram Amaradit (Dr. Amratisha), Member Parliament of Surin Province, Chairman of the Committee on Public Health, President and original founder: The Union of Thai Traditional Medicine Society, Ministry on Public Health, Thailand. The credentials were issued in the offices of the The Union of Thai Traditional Medicine Society, Ministry of Public Health, Nonthaburii, Thailand. UTTS Life Time recognition (Thai Traditional Medicine/ Thai Traditional Massage) credentials #520121896.
Ajahn, Dr. James studied under the former Grandmaster Ajahn Sintorn Chaichagun at the Shivagakomarpaj Traditional Medicine Hospital in Chiang Mai Thailand from 1988 to 1995. He maintained a working relationship with his mentor in the Northern style, Grand Master Sintorn and “The Old Medicine Hospital” until Grand Master Sintorn’s passing in 2005.
Ajahn James was the original founder and chief Teacher for the The International Thai Therapists Association 1992-2012, to fairly represent the various traditional systems of Thai Yoga and Thai Massage currently being practiced primarily in the US. In 2006, he was granted Aachan/ professor and Master Thai Traditional Medicine: Thai Yoga/ Thai Massage Teacher status through the Anantasuk system (Hua Hin Thailand), recognized by the Wat Po Association. The award itself was presented by the Wangklaikangwon Industrial College Dean and Educational and Director Dr. Surasak Srinoi. Dr. James specializes in Native American Medicine, Thai medical theory, Asian history, Ayurveda and Theravada Buddhism.
StartLesson One: The SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Approach to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome- Repetitive Stress Injury, Part 1
StartLesson Two: The SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Approach to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome- Repetitive Stress Injury, Part 2
StartLesson Three: Signs and Symptoms Assessing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
StartLesson Four: Thai Yoga Massage for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Repetitive Stress Video Class
StartLesson Five: SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Dive Into Arm Concepts
StartLesson Six: Southern Style Arm and Hand Flow
StartLesson Seven: SomaVeda® Thai Yoga General Hand Reflexology protocol
StartLesson Eight: Thai Yoga Therapeutic Day Program Intro Discussion
StartLesson Nine: SomaVeda® Thai Reishi Hand Yoga Video Lesson Self Treatment: Part 1
StartLesson Ten: SomaVeda Thai Reishi Hand Yoga Video Lesson Self Treatment: Part 2
StartLesson Eleven: SomaVeda Thai Reishi Hand Yoga Video Lesson Self Treatment: Part 3
StartLesson Twelve: SomaVeda Thai Reishi Hand Yoga Video Lesson Self Treatment: Part 4