Anthony Von der Muhll, L.Ac. to speak at 1st annual conference of CalATMA re: Myofascial Trigger Point Acupuncture

I am pleased and honored to present 3 CEUs regarding Myofascial Trigger Point Acupuncture at the 1st annual meeting of the California Acupuncture & Traditional Medicine Associates (CalATMA):

Sunday, September 29, 2019, 2:30-5:30 p.m.

Quinlan Community Center, 10185 N Stelling Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014.

Proceeds go to support CalATMA’s education, outreach and advocacy on behalf of L.Ac.s in California.

The class will include:

  • Acupuncture and myofascial trigger point needling: what’s the difference?
  • History and physical exam findings, indications for needling of myofascial trigger points
  • Safety, side-effects, contraindications, cautions, patient education and informed consent
  • Techniques for locating and needling myofascial trigger points
  • Ways to develop skills in myofascial trigger point needling
  • East-West anatomy and physiology of myofascial trigger points

Elbow/forearm pain will be used as a clinical example

Thomas Leung will simultaneously be presenting a parallel class in Mandarin, entitled: “Muscle Channel Theory and Myofascial Trigger Point Acupuncture: Scientific evidence to an ancient practice”


The meeting will also feature a luncheon and keynote address by Assemblymember Evan Low, Chairperson of the Assembly’s Business and Professions Committee that oversees regulations that affect our profession. Don’t miss this opportunity to ask your questions and show your support for the L.Ac. profession!