Join Dr. Jimmy Chang, renowned pulse diagnostician and one of the few clinicians in the world who is able to translate and correlate pulses to biomedical conditions, to enhance clinical proficiency and credibility with a command of pulse diagnosis. Part I provides an introduction to his unique and special pulse-taking system. Learn the precise cun, guan, chi locations, finger positions, organ correlations, and various aspects of the pulse (shape, jump, level, speed, amplitude)!
Although recommended, but not required, the best viewing order for the Pulsynergy series is I, II, and then III.
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Pulse diagnosis has traditionally been revered as Chinese medicine's cardinal diagnostic practice by many Chinese medical scholars. However, because of the difficulty in mastering pulse taking, pulse diagnosis has unfortunately been reduced to confirming a diagnosis arrived by other diagnostic techniques, rather than being a reliable diagnostic tool in itself.
Dr. Jimmy Chang, renowned pulse diagnostician and herbalist with over 30 years of innovative, clinical, and practical experience, shows how to effectively utilize pulse taking to its full diagnostic potential. Dr. Jimmy Chang is one of the very few clinicians who not only commands the knowledge, but who is willing to impart the invaluable lessons of how to integrate TCM pulse taking into diagnosing western biomedical conditions. Furthermore, Dr. Chang shares his thinking behind how he prescribes herbal formulations based on both TCM and western perspectives.
In part I of this three part series, Dr. Chang explains the fundamentals of pulse taking, including the precise cun, guan, chi locations, finger positions, organ correlations, and various aspects of the pulse (shape, jump, level, speed, amplitude). In addition, Dr. Chang covers the Wu Zang Mai (Five Organ Pulses), the body's original 'normal' pulses, which represents the exemplary physiological functioning of the body's organs; the Liu Qi Mai (Six Qi Pulses), the pulses which identify distortions to the body's homeostasis due to exogenous factors, such as dryness, cold, dampness; and the Liu Bing Mai (Six Pathological Pulses), the pathological pulses in accordance to a yin and yang framework.
Upon completion of this course, practitioners will:
Be familiar with Dr. Chang's pulse diagnosis and techniques.
Know the difference between the jump and the shape of pulses.
Know what are the Wu Zang Mai, Liu Qi Mai, and Liu Bing Mai.
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