Korean Hand Therapy Basics - Course 12

KHT in More Complex Cases

by Dan Lobash
Art. Nr.: C-DL012

Approved by: IVAS, Standard Certificate, NCCAOM (1)

Language: English

Course Type: Recorded Seminar

Course Length: .5 h

Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Access Period: Lifetime

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Korean Hand Therapy Basics - Course 12

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 - 30 minThese 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. Recorded Q&A and case studies.


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.
Kurslänge .5h
Kurssprache English
Kurstyp Recorded Seminar