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YNSA - Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture Training IRELAND

YNSA the most prevalent microsystem in the world, behind only auriculotherapy. The system is very effective in treating both acute and chronic pain, as well as many neurological alterations such as after effects of a stroke. It is also very effective in many other pathologies.
YNSA - Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture Training IRELAND
Juan Hahn training Course Ireland 2022 an 2023 - YNSA Acupuncture Live training

YAMAMOTO NEW SCALP ACUPUNCTURE

Developed by Japanese doctor Toshikatsu Yamamoto, the YNSA scalp acupuncture method is a  complete system for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment.

Yamamoto´s YNSA method is the second-most prevalent microsystem in the world, behind only  auriculotherapy. The system is very effective in treating both acute and chronic pain, as well as  many neurological alterations, such as the after effects of a stroke. It is also very effective in many  other pathologies.

The Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA) was developed in the 1960s and first presented to  the world at the Ryodoraku Congress held in Osaka, Japan, in 1973. Throughout more than forty  years, Dr. Yamamoto has not stopped working to improve and complete the system.

In the early 70s, this method was made up of five Basic Points located on the forehead. It  consisted of a single microsystem or somatotope- that is; correspondence of a body area point  with a specific zone of the central nervous system, organ, muscle, etc. Since then, Dr. Yamamoto  has discovered many more points as well as other somatotopes, and not only in the head but also  in other body parts.

In traditional Japan, acupuncture was usually practiced by massage therapists, and therefore, it  was not socially well-recognized. The Japanese medical community and society did not recognize  the effectiveness of this technique until a few years ago, and there is no doubt that this has  occurred largely thanks to the tireless activity of Dr. Yamamoto.

In the 1960s, after studying and working abroad for ten years, Dr. Yamamoto returned to Japan  along with his wife Helene, a German nurse who has accompanied him throughout his career, and  their two daughters.

In addition to being a gynaecologist and surgeon, Dr. Yamamoto is an also anaesthetist, which was  very useful to start treating patients in his hometown of Nichinan. There were a lot of people who  suffered from osteoarticular pain after working for years in water-covered rice paddies. Dr.  Yamamoto began to practice in a humble wooden cabin, where he treated diseases related to  areas as different as gynaecology, internal medicine, obstetrics, surgery, and pain treatment  through nerve blocks, which are basically anaesthetic drug injections. On one occasion, Dr.  Yamamoto mistakenly administered only a saline injection to a patient, that is, he accidentally  neglected to add the anaesthetic agent: Novocaine. However, the next day, his patient returned to  the consultation stating that the pain had gone and asking for another injection to make sure joint pain did not come back again. That same night, Dr. Yamamoto turned to the experience of a  massage therapist, who provided him with an old book about acupuncture. From that moment,  Dr. Yamamoto decided to continue giving shots without anaesthetics and started using  acupuncture needles. This was the beginning of the Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA),  currently applied with great success worldwide by thousands of therapists, and thus helping  hundreds of thousands of patients.

The wooden cabin became too small, so Dr. Yamamoto decided to build a hospital with the  invaluable help from his brother, who guaranteed a mortgage. More than 2,000 surgeries with  acupuncture anaesthesia were performed in these hospital facilities, such as appendectomies,  deliveries, Cesarean births, hysterectomies, intestinal obstruction repairs and amputations.  Subsequently, Dr. Yamamoto would also include hemiplegic patient treatment.

In the Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA), there are several diagnostic, therapeutic and  diagnostic-therapeutic areas (not only in the head), and the following stand out among them:  neck, upper and lower limbs, pubis and abdomen (area developed from oriental abdominal acupuncture and adapted to scalp acupuncture). Therefore, there is a correlation between brain,  neck and abdomen points with the rest of the body and with each other.

An association between the so-called Y Points or YPSILON Points and the twelve cranial pairs is  made through the diagnostic technique in neck and abdomen areas. All internal organs are located  at the Y or Ypsilon Points. These points maintain a correspondence to the ZANG FU, which are  meridians according to TCM and internal organs according to the Western approach. The system  distinguishes between the YIN somatotope (on the anterior part of skull) and the YAN somatotope  (on the posterior part of skull).

As a general rule, needle insertion is performed ipsilaterally in the case of pain treatment or  musculoskeletal disorders, but contra laterally in the case of hemiplegia, although this pattern is  subject to modification depending on diagnosis.

Juan Hahn in his clinic in Madrid

Juan Hahn is an acupuncturist and manual therapist. Trained in multiple natural therapies, he  specializes in acupuncture and uses a personal style combining different acupuncture techniques  based on synergies between classical trends and more avant-garde acupuncture theories.

After graduating with a degree in Nursing, Juan Hahn pursued the following postgraduate degrees:  Pain Management, Prehospital Emergencies, Critical Care, Operating Room and Reanimation.

Juan Hahn has worked and completed his education and training in different countries such as  Spain, Germany, United Kingdom, Scotland, Italy, Greece, Israel, China, India, Vietnam, Nepal,  Thailand and Japan


JUAN HAHN chart for YNSA training


Course Content for YNSA training in IRELAND

TECHNIQUE

BASIC POINTS

SENSORY POINTS

BRAIN POINTS

YPSILON or Y POINTS

CRANIAL NERVE POINTS

I SOMATOTOPE

J-K SOMATOTOPE

OTHER SOMATOTOPES

EXTRA POINTS

TINNITUS

NECK DIAGNOSIS

ABDOMINAL DIAGNOSIS

ARM DIAGNOSIS

IG4 DIAGNOSIS

Juan with Dr. Yamamoto


Dates and Location of COURSE:

10th & 11th December 2022

LOCATION:Newcastle College of Chinese Medicine (WOODLANDS HEALTH CARE CENTRE )

Eircode :D22 EY17

Newcastle Demesne, Co. Dublin

START TIME 9.00 am – FINISH 5.30 approx BOTH DAYS

FEES:  350 euros for 2 days including Juan Hahns book.

TIMES :9am to 5.30pm both days

YNSA entry dates now for Dec 2022