Acupuncture Meridian Assessment (AMA) Training With Special Tracks for Dentists and Physicians

by | Dec 15, 2021 | Acupuncture Meridian Assessment, Professional Training | 0 comments

Hidden dental problems are one of the most difficult, unexpected medical challenges. They serve as an “Interference Field” why patients are not responding to medical treatments. I have been training medical doctors and dentists how to detect and treat hidden dental, parasite, fungal and allergy-immunology problems and connect the dots between medical and dental (MAD) problems in my Acupuncture Meridian Assessment (AMA) Training offered in the last week of April and August each year.

 Based on feedback from participants, I have expanded AMA Training from three to four days to provide time for more hands-on practice. Some participants shared it would be helpful to have an introduction before they attend, and the opportunity for more structured instruction, Q & A, and practice after they return home. Before coming to St. Louis for AMA training, I recommend you watch my lecture from Baden-Baden at Medicine Week, introductory lecture Part One of my ten AMA training lectures which will be posted on the video page of my website by new year, and the detailed video and review of AMA Training by Better Health Guy Scott Forsgren.

If possible, I also recommend you complete Module (1) with Dawn Ewing, PhD, Executive Director of International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine (IABDM), who has agreed to collaborate in offering more intensive pre- and post AMA/EAV training for dentists. I endorse her training modules that will help not only dentists but all medical health professionals understand the basics of EAV/CEDS/MSA/AMA. Dr. Ewing will offer Module (2) of her training in my April seminar, with a presentation to all participants followed by a hands-on session with dentists at a dental office on Saturday and Sunday morning, while I work with physicians. Her fee for Module (2) is a reduced rate of a $300 (vs. $500) at my April session ($1,300 total, a $200 savings).

Module (1) will be about 90 minutes and cover the basics of EAV. Each attendee will have access to a 30 minute one-on-one zoom session that they will schedule after this initial course. There will be two follow-up zoom meetings where the group can ask questions and discuss any problems they are having.  Each of these are one week apart following the initial course date. You will also have email and text access to Dr. Ewing as needed. You can register directly for Module (1) at a date/time TBA for $550 via email with

The Learning Objectives for Module (1) include:

  • Understand basic knowledge of the technology used
  • Be able to identify 3 points that can be used to tests for compatibility of a dental material.
  • Know the parameters of an acceptable and an unacceptable reading.
  • Know what an Indicator drop means.
  • Able to identify the difference between vibrational frequencies and resonate frequencies.
  • Have a basic understanding of what meridians are.
  • Know the difference between Biofeedback and EAV.
  • Learn proper care of equipment.
  • Learn tips and secrets to achieve accurate readings and much more.

In summary, this will provide an excellent introduction for dentists, and other medical professionals, to get a head start on my AMA Training and gain familiarity with the principles of EAV/AMA/MSA testing. Learning through different angles and repetition, Module (2) will be part via zoom and an in-person day-long session with focus on taking and interpreting readings of points for maxillary and mandibular teeth, and demonstrations on patients having extractions and cavitation surgery.

Dawn Ewing, RDH, PhD, ND, has a private practice in Spring, Texas and uses EAV and thermography to assist in uncovering dental infections. She gets referrals from physicians, chiropractors, and dentists to do compatibility testing of dental materials and energetic evaluations of patients’ teeth for possible disturbances. She served on the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners for two terms. She authored the book, “Let the Tooth Be Known,” described how hidden infections can drastically alter health in the movie “Root Cause,” and lectures about the energetic connections of teeth to the body.  Her article, “Introduction to Bioenergetic Medicine,” coauthored with Li-Chuan Chen, PhD in Carolina Health and Healing, provides an excellent overview and background.

In my 4-day AMA training, participants alternate between an intensive seminar covering the scientific and medical foundation, and hands-on applications with peers in clinical practice for detecting subtle imbalances in acupuncture meridians. They learn how to test 40 plus essential acupuncture points in the hands and feet; how disturbances reflect pathogens, parasites, heavy metals, chemicals and other burdens on healthy functioning systems; and how to use point testing to guide selection of treatments. It includes demonstration, hands-on practice with peers, and personalized evaluation of each attendee to guide learning and progress. Until he retired, Doug Cook, DDS, presented the AMA Training module for dentists at my sessions, demonstrating how to use AMA in the oral cavity. Dr. Ewing is a worthy successor.

Looking ahead, here are a few more tips for getting the most out of my AMA training. First, you need good quality EAV/AMA equipment at the time of training. Contact EAV/EDS/AMA companies such as Kindling from Germany, BioScan from IHT, AcuPro/Computron, Avatar or others. I invite vendors to participate and they can also provide individualized training ahead of the training or during the session. Thursday morning will be dedicated to basic EAV/EDS/AMA equipment orientation. Depending on travel restrictions, we will have Gordon Johnston of Matrixx Solutions, Canada who brings a sample of Kindling machines for trial use, and a representative from IHT; you can order one at the end of the session, if you have not done so in advance.

Second, learning EAV/AMA is like learning how to play a musical instrument. Some people take it up very quickly but for most physicians and dentists, it will take time to master how to use it effectively. Be patient. Overcome your mental blocks and fear of the unknown. Prepare for an exciting journey on detecting various meridian system imbalances that underlie the development of chronic diseases, degeneration and cancers – and how to correct them. Learn to inspect and tune the resonance in the body, becoming medical-dental physicians.

Third, continue to hone your skills. Many participants return for additional AMA Trainings as they integrate it into their practices. In addition to Dr. Ewing’s modules, I offer a discount to repeat attendees, who can also share experiences with new members. A grant offers discounts for doctor-dentists pairs, international attendees, and medical/dental students. Think differently, and join the paradigm shift in Energy Medicine and Dentistry. This is my medical and dental (MAD) Joint EAV/AMA Doctors International (JEDI) project. Become one.

Dr. Simon Yu, MD is a Board Certified Internist. He practices Internal Medicine with an emphasis on Integrative Medicine to use the best each has to offer. For more articles and information about integrative medicine, patient success stories, and Dr. Yu’s latest book, AcciDental Blow Up in Medicine: Battle Plan for Your Life, visit his website at or call Prevention and Healing, Inc., 314-432-7802. You can also attend a free monthly presentation and discussion on Integrative Medicine at his office on the second Tuesday each month at 6:30 pm. Call to verify the date. Seating is limited, arrive early.