Presentation title: Emotional Freedom Techniques and After-Death Communication for Physical Manifestations of Grief
Presentation description: Unresolved grief can manifest in the body as persistent physical symptoms involving the lungs and sinuses as an imbalance in the metal element from Chinese five element theory. EFT can be used for treatment along with dreamwork to introduce the concept of ADC as an additional method of resolving grief.
Bio: Dr. Larry Burk, member of Oriental Health Solutions, LLC, is a musculoskeletal radiologist and integrative physician specializing in Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and hypnosis. He was previously Associate Professor of Radiology at Duke University Medical Center as well as Director of Education and Co-Founder of the Duke Center for Integrative Medicine. Dr. Burk left Duke after 11 years in 2004 to start his own consulting business, Healing Imager. He is co-author of “Physicians ethical obligations regarding alternative medicine” published in JAMA in 1998. He completed the UCLA Medical Acupuncture for Physicians Course in 1998 and practiced acupuncture at Duke in the Pain Clinic, Student Health and the Diet and Fitness Center.
Dr. Burk took his first course in hypnosis in 1990 and was trained in Anodyne Imagery in 1995. In 2002, he learned EFT and has trained with Gary Craig and Dr. Carol Look. He has taught quarterly group EFT sessions at OHS and the Rice Diet Program since 2004. Dr. Burk became a Certified Energy Healing Practitioner in 2010 and was certified in clinical hypnosis in 2011. He uses EFT, dreamwork and hypnosis for a broad variety of conditions with particular interest in musculoskeletal pain, sports performance, motor vehicle injuries, whiplash, trauma, anxiety, food cravings and weight loss. Since his original training is in radiology, Dr. Burk does not provide primary care or prescribe medications. However, he will review any relevant radiological studies as part of your evaluation.
Dr. Burk’s book Let Magic Happen: Adventures in Healing with a Holistic Radiologist was published in July 2012 describing his journey from conventional radiology into holistic medicine.