Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling-FSN Seminar (Foundation Course)

Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling-FSN Seminar (Foundation Course) 

Date:                 3-4 July 2021                            

Venue:              Sale, Manchester

Costs:               £360 (including a welcome pack with one FSN applicator and 10 FSN needles)

Contents of the seminar

  • Subcutaneous and Fascia tissue
  • Muscles physiology and pathology
  • Skill of insertion and manipulation
  • Hands-on training and practice
  • Commonly clinical conditions demonstration and management

Once you have completed this foundation course, you can join the FSN professional organization FSNAE – the Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling Association of Europe for further CPD training and obtain the malpractice insurance. (www.modernacupuncture-fsn.org)

About the Lecturer

Dr Jidong Wu graduated from the Nanjing Medical School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in China and practiced Chinese Medicine at a Nanjing general hospital for four years. In 1986, Dr Wu completed his master’s degree in Medicine from the Shanghai University of TCM, before lecturing at the Nanjing University of TCM. He also completed his doctorate degree in medicine in Nanjing University of TCM. He moved to the England in 1993 and worked as a Senior Lecturer at the Middlesex University for over 20 years. He studied the FSN therapy in 2007 and has been using it in his FSN practice in Cambridge.

Since 2010, he has regularly held FSN seminars in the UK and the Europe and received positive feedback from colleagues. He is a Grade III FSN practitioner. He is a vice president of the World Federation of FSN Societies.

In this two-days seminar, Dr Wu will introduce the theories behind FSN and discuss its classical and scientific background. He will also demonstrate the FSN technique on patients and conduct hands-on practice on how to use and manipulation the technique.


£360 (including a welcome pack with one applicator and 10 FSN needles)

To book your place, please call: 0161 465 1150

Any further enquiry, please email: info@matcm.co.uk

Dr Wu demonstrating during a seminar

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