Special Training: Acupunture Meridian Assessment for Doctors, Dentists & Health Professionals

Simon Yu, MD
St. Louis, Missouri

Acupuncture Meridian Assessment (AMA) Training: Detecting Allergy-Immunology, Dental, Fungal, Heavy Metals & Parasite Problems

April 22-25 and August 26-29, 2021 St. Louis, MO

Do you have chronically ill patients that simply aren’t healing no matter what you do? Or, do they appear to be improving but don’t really get well? What is missing?

Over the last decades of my medical practice, I have developed the specialized use of a diagnostic tool that can assist doctors and dentists in detecting the root causes of illness when conventional medicine fails. I call it Acupuncture Meridian Assessment (AMA).

It has led to rather unique accidental discoveries of parasites, fungi and molds, heavy metals, and dental-related medical problems, among others, that are often overlooked by conventional and alternative medical doctors. However, when these are addressed, conditions that are difficult to heal often get resolved.

This Special Training is designed for medical, dental and health professionals to help you quickly obtain information from patients through the use of Acupuncture Meridian Assessment. My AMA method is an updated, digitized, simplified, and modified version of EAV (Electro-Acupuncture according to Dr. Voll), and should not be confused with classical German EAV or Electrodermal Screening (EDS).

My primary focus is to teach practitioners how to check 40 essential acupuncture points to look for patterns which may be an indication of parasite, fungal, dental or other problems. The training includes many clinical case histories with diagnoses, treatments and results that can occur when prior numerous doctors and specialists did not succeed.

As practitioners, we cannot make a final diagnosis based on Acupuncture Meridian Assessment alone, but it can be a valuable tool to assist your clinical decision making. It offers a quick insight – Pattern Recognition – into initiating treatment and monitoring the progression of healing. AMA can be applied in conjunction with standard medical/dental evaluations.

The class consists of lectures and lots of hands-on boot camp drills for three and a half days, Thursday afternoon thru Sunday 1 pm, in St. Louis, MO. The classes are small, somewhat experimental, and spontaneous. There will be additional assistant instructors. The attendees, on a volunteer basis, will also be evaluated by me using AMA during the training.

My objective is to teach you the basics of how to uncover “hidden invaders” such as parasites and dental-related medical problems. Once you have this basis, you will be able to use AMA for understanding allergies and other hidden medical problems, such as fungi/mold, heavy metals, and more. We will touch on these other areas as well.

Dr. Yu’s training includes information about prescription medications used for treating parasite, fungal and dental infections. Because of this, the course is limited to doctors, dentists, prescribing professionals, pharmacists, and other licensed health care practitioners who work in the same practice and may assist them with Acupuncture Meridian Assessment.

Equipment: If you have your own ohmmeter or old EAV device, you may bring it. There will be representatives for EAV/AMA equipment, including Kindling of Germany.

Date: April 22-25 and August 26-29, 2021. Thursday 1:30 pm – 8:30 pm, Friday and Saturday 8:30 am – 8:30 pm, and Sunday 8:30 am – 1:00 pm.

Location: Prevention and Healing Clinic at 10908 Schuetz Road, St. Louis, MO 63146

Recommended reading:

Article: “Acupuncture Meridian Assessment: New Medicine based on Ancient Principles”
Books: AcciDental Blow Up in Medicine: Battle Plan for Your Life, and Accidental Cure: Extraordinary Medicine for Extraordinary Patients
Videos: For an advance look or a refresher, here are nine videos from my 2016 AMA Training

Recommended Hotels (Free Shuttle between the airport, hotels and Clinic):

1. Comfort Inn Westport: 12031 Lackland Rd, St. Louis, MO 63146. Ph. 314-878-1400 or 888-725-8988. Mention “Dr. Yu” and code “LDRYU” for a special rate.

2. Hilton St. Louis Frontenac: 1335 South Lindberg Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63131. Phone: 314-993-1100.

Cost: $1,000 USD for registration in advance, the fee is nonrefundable. Space is limited. At the door, the rate is $1,500 USD if space is available. If you do not need the basic introductory training on Thursday, you can deduct $100 USD and attend Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Light breakfast, lunches and dinners are included. For those taking the course a second time, the repeat attendee rate is $700 USD.

Register and Payment: Call Prevention and Healing, Inc. at 314-432-7802 and ask for Barbara Shoykhet, RN, Clinical Supervisor or Kate Yu, Office Manager, with any questions, and fill in the form below and we’ll contact you for payment. Or you can print this form, fill it out, and send it.

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St. Louis, MO
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Recent Presentations

Dr. Yu speaks at many conferences, in addition to his twice a year AMA Training Sessions in St. Louis.

Canadian Association of Clinical Thermography
Presentation on Acupuncture Meridian Assessment as an adjunct diagnostic to thermography for breast cancer, November 15, 2020, virtual conference.
AAPMD/ACAM Collaboration Cures
Presentation at the joint online AAPMD/ACAM Conference, Collaboration Cures, on Parasites and the Dental Conundrum. November 14, 2020.
The Forum for Integrative Medicine in Seattle

Presentation on Parasites and Dental Problems: Missing Links When the Latest Medical Therapies Failed, at The Forum for Integrative Medicine Solutions for Complex Illness Conference in Seattle (online), March 27, 2020.

AAEM/ICIM/IABDM/IAOMT Conference in Dallas
One-day training workshop, AcciDental Healing by Non-Dentists: Acupuncture Meridian Assessment and other diagnostics for detecting parasites and unmasking the dental-medical complex conundrum. By Simon Yu, MD, Ellie Campbell, DO, Alex Mostovoy, DHMS, BCCT, and Dawn Ewing, RDH, DNM, PhD. At the Roots of Toxicity Conference in Dallas, March 5, 2010.
ICIM Conference in Toronto
Presentation at ICIM’s Healthy Parents, Healthy Children Conference in Toronto, October 23, 2019.
IAOMT US Conference in Boston
“Missing Links in Medicine: Dental, Parasites and Acupuncture Meridian Assessment (AMA),” at IAOMT Annual Meeting in Boston, September 14, 2019.
IAOMT UK Conference in London
Presentation at IAOMT Conference in London, June 2019.
IGMEDT Conference in Vienna
Presentation with Dr. Helmut Retzek at the International Holistic Medical Days (IGMEDT) in Vienna, Austria, “Diagnosis and options of therapeutic elimination of bacteria, viruses, parasites in comprehensive oncology,” and a hands-on demonstration. March 1, 2019.
AMA Training in Germany
2-day AMA Training session at Dr. Friedrich Douwes’ Clinic at St. George Hospital in Bad Aibling, Germany. Approximately 40 people received introductory AMA training at this event, and we reached 40 more at IGMEDT. February 22-23, 2019

Dr. Yu’s Tenth Integrative Medical and Dental Conference: “Curing the Incurables: Fungal-Parasites-Dental Conundrum,” 2017

You can see a list of the physician and dentist presenters, and order proceedings of the conference from Aurora Recording here.

Mom with Multiple Myeloma
Dr. Yu with some of his patients at the 10th Integrative Medical and Dental Conference.