Brad Whisnant Seminars

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed
 by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. " - Mark Twain

MEDICAL ARTERIAL PULSE SYSTEM

MAPS is a pulse system based on feeling the pulse in 3 locations. The neck (carotid artery), wrist (radial artery), and on foot (dorsalis pedis artery). These 3 pulses taking together will give a picture of health or disease with in each person. Taking these pulses in all 3 areas is what constitutes the MAPS system.

SPREADING THE IMAGE

“STI” is a concept of using multiple images, mirrors, and relationships that extend past and are larger then the area of pain that is reported by the patient. This idea is treating a larger area of pain, discomfort, dysfunction, irritation, disease or any other medical complaint that is reported by the patient. This idea treats above, below, to the left and to the right of the complaint by the patient and the area that realized by the practitioner. Example, a patient has left knee pain at the patella joint. “Spreading the image” would consist treating of NOT ONLY treating the EXACT spot pain with the appropriate image (say the right elbow just as an example) but also treating that left knee pain with right elbow with a treatment area that is proximal, distal, anterior, and posterior to the exact spot of pain. The treatment area would be in total a larger area of treatment (image) than the area of pain.  This concept can be applied to any dysfunction, in that you are using a larger treatment area than the area of pain described by the patient.


MEDICAL ARTERIAL PULSE SEMINARS (tm)

MAPS is a pulse seminar (tm) system based on feeling the pulse in 3 locations. The neck (carotid artery), wrist (radial artery), and on foot (dorsalis pedis artery). These 3 pulses taking together will give a picture of health or disease with in each person. Taking these pulses in all 3 areas is what constitutes the MAP seminar(tm) courses that we teach.


Back-pain Treatment Protocol

Free-hand needling skill

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