Scar Tissue Rejuvenation and Trauma Treatment – Using the Gold Teishin – postponed


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In this practical CPD delegates will learn how to use a golden non-penetrating needle, called Teishin, to offer an efficacious alternate technique to patients suffering with the debilitating effects of surgery, including adhesions and will gain the knowledge and the practical skills to make a quantum leap in delivery of treatments for patients to rapidly regain the health and quality of life. Participants will also learn how to use the gold Teishin for the treatment of trauma and PTSD. Rapid, tangible, safe and long term results are achievable without further invasive protocols.

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This course has been postponed to a later date.

Lecture – 60 minutes

  • An overview of the teishin and its history & use.
  • PowerPoint display of text & photos of pre & post scars treatments.
  • A brief explanation of how scar tissue negatively affects the normal function of the body, depletes the immune system function and therefore the healing processes with comments from the audience.
  • Is all trauma scarring? Is all scarring trauma? The continuity of these implications on the physical and the emotional level. How they interact and affect the meridian system.
  • This includes:
    • YIN – YANG relationship
    • Polarity [Chinese clock]
    • 5 element – generating – insulting – humiliating cycles
    • Continuity and stability of Ki flow
  • Participants will be able to observe the following signs at the site of scars:
    • ˜ colour variation predominately dark or light [not skin tone]
    • ˜ temperature of the scar and it’s peripheries
    • ˜ skin texture and superficial structure – excess / deficient
    • ˜ Patient’s feedback of tactile sensations –including pain, numbness

Practical Workshop

Scars & Burns – 2 hours

  • Have the person receiving treatment explain what the scar was from, how old it is, what sensations it registers, have the group agree on the colour, have the volunteer explain what the skin texture is and even ask permission to have a second or 3rd practitioner to test the texture & tactile nature, note the temperature.
    1. Describe the pulse. Participants with good experience can check the middle pulse, describe what they feel before and during the demonstration. The volunteer can clarify.
    2. Demonstrate with volunteer advising of feedback sensations.
    3. Re-check the pulse again, describe and compare.
    4. Repeat for a number of volunteers.

Abdominal Adhesions – 2 hours

  • Laparoscopic surgery creates a scrambled network of collagen fibers that produce an excess matrix of less flexible collagen that entangles the organs & reduces the movement of Ki through the meridians.
  • Fibroids are a longer-term development of adhesions.
  • Demonstration and practice session.

Trauma, Emotional Stress, PTSD & the Gall Bladder Meridian – 2 hours

  • The continuity of the GB meridian. Discussing & demonstrating the external pathways and entry points to the internal pathways leading to the organs and the glands within the skull.
  • GB: 1, 2, 7, 8, 11, 12, 14, 20.
  • SJ: 23, 22, 21, 20, 18, 17, 16.
  • St: 1, 9, 10,
  • Co: 20.
  • SI: 19.
  • Explaining some of the conditions that cause disharmony of individuals.
  • Demonstrating the treatment technique to enhance the flow of Ki using the 2 teishin technique.
  • Practice and correct these techniques.

Entry Requirements

The course is open to qualified acupuncturists and 3rd year students of a recognised acupuncture course.


Further Information

  • 6 hours CPD
  • The day will run from 9.30 am to 5.00 pm
  • When: 30th May 2020
  • Cost: £120; Early Bird Discount £100 if booked before the 30th of March 2020; Student Discount £100 (Students have to email: [email protected] to give evidence of their studies and receive a discount code)
  • Venue: International College of Oriental Medicine, Green Hedges Avenue, East Grinstead


Philip Colin James Strong

Please click this link if you are interested in seeing Philip giving a demonstration of a scar tissue rejuvenation treatment:

Philip StrongPhilip has been in the health industry since 1971. While working in the Federal Government, the positions held included manager of inspection teams for nursing homes and private hospitals. This position collaborated with State and local departments to ensure high industry standards.

An acupuncture practitioner since 1980, Philip Strong upgraded his Adv. Dip. Acupuncture to Bachelor Health Science Acupuncture, in 2002, at University of Victoria.

Philip has been the owner/operater of The Energy Centre since 1998. He is an AACMA Fellow, since 2013, and a member of the Toyohari Society, Japan, since 2002.

In 2002, Philip developed a non insertive technique that changed scar tissue at the cellular level. This was both at the superficial layer and at the deeper internal scar tissue layers. To maintain the interlectual property and the integrity of this development, it was initially presented to the international delegates at the AACMAC of 2007.

Due to his long standing support of the MoxAfrica TB research charity organisation, Philip presented at the WFAS 2013 in Sydney for the 8th Conference, on the findings and benefits of moxibustion.

Philip first published his procedure in the November 2012 edition of the North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, titled “Scarred for Life”. [Volume 19 Number 56]. This created international interest in 2014 and a series of seminars began in Zurich, Frankfurt, London, Birmingham, Dublin, and York.

This led to Philip receiving an invitation to present two workshops at the AGTCM Rothenburg Kongress in 2016 on Scar Tissue Rejuvenation, and also his new development of removing abdominal adhesions. During this opportunity he also presented lectures at the Qing Bai campus in Amersfoort, Netherlands; Olten, Switzerland; Munich and again in London at the ICOM campus in East Grinstead.

Philip has presented at several Australian seminars in Melbourne, Sydney, Townsville and the Brisbane national conferences AACMAC 2017.

Philip has also been published in the Swiss journal for TCM “Yin Yang Magazine” in March 2015, The Meaning of Ki?? – Understanding Relationships between Qi & Scar Tissue?

In April 2016, the edition of the AGTCM Journal “Qi Magazine”, The Importance of Qi, Understanding the Relationship Between Qi & Scar tissue.

  • · AIM, Senior Management Courses, mentoring Sri Lankan Refugees
  • · Adv Dip Acupuncture, AIAS. 1998
  • · Japanese Specialised Techniques August 1999
  • · Manaka Protocols, December Brisbane 1999
  • · Inaugural member of the Brisbane Classics Study Group, for 10 years.
  • · Toyohari Training Program 2002
  • · TH Tokyo Summer School 2002
  • · TH Tokyo Summer School 2003
  • · B.H.Sc. TCM 2003
  • · TH Tokyo Summer School 2004
  • · TH Melbourne Workshop School 2004
  • · WFAS 6th, 2004 Gold Coast
  • · TH Tokyo Spring School 2006
  • · AACMAC Brisbane 2007 Presentation of Scar Tissue for IP
  • · TH Tokyo Summer School 2007
  • · Tokyo 2, Japanese Meridian Therapy Association, 2009
  • · Tokyo 3, Japanese Meridian Therapy Association, 2011
  • · TH Tokyo Summer School 2011
  • · Kobyashi Sensei, Shikuju Seminar Hawaii 2012
  • · TH Tokyo Summer School 2012
  • · 8th WFAS Moxibustion Presentation for Moxafrica, Sydney 2013
  • · Awarded Fellow of AACMA 2013
  • · TH Sydney International Workshop 2013
  • · TH Tokyo Summer School 2013
  • · Tokyo 4, Japanese Meridian Therapy Association, 2013
  • · JAPAN 5, Japanese Meridian Therapy Association, 2014
  • · Presented with 3 other practitioners on Sayoshi TV on Scar treatments. April 2015
  • · SAWADA MOXIBUSTION Workshop August 2015 Gold Coast
  • · JAPAN 6, Japanese Meridian Therapy Association, 2015
  • · JAPAN 7, Japanese Meridian Therapy Association, 2016
  • · Developed Ki Maestro device to measure Ki at skin surface 2016
  • · Presentation, Sydney Institute of TCM – academic staff & undergraduates
  • · Scar Rejuvenation Workshop October 2016 Brisbane
  • · AACMAC Presenter, Brisbane 2017
  • · JAPAN 9, Japanese Meridian Therapy Association, 2018


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