Nerve Entrapment Syndromes and The Binding Regions of TCM with Matt Callison

Fri 12 Aug 2022

In this 3 day workshop, we will discuss anatomical regions that predispose spinal and peripheral nerves toward compression. Often from a narrowed tunnel or due to a thickening of an overlying myofascial structure, nerve compression can decrease the nerve’s potential to nourish the innervated tissue. Traditionally, as discussed in Chapter 13 of the Ling Shu, “binding regions” are areas in the sinew channels that are susceptible to stagnation of qi and blood. In other words, nerve compression can affect the axoplasmic flow and nerve conduction, in which nerve entrapment sites can act as silent contributors to injury.

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