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Pulse Maps in acupuncture pulse diagnosis

Postby Doc » Tue Jun 07, 2011 1:30 pm

Hi everybody
I would like to introduce acupuncture pulse diagnostic method of Pulse Map. Some practitioners are familiar with it. Anyway it isn’t new at all. NanJing book of difficult issues has explained most of acupuncture pulse characteristics that were changed later by LiShiZheng for herbal use. Actually TCM uses LiShiZheng’s ideas of pulse diagnosis, but they are not very useful for acupuncture. Pulse Maps is a key for understanding NanJing and condition of patient. Acupuncture pulse diagnosis even reveals exact points of acupuncture or extraordinary meridians or muscular meridians to use; it is like a language our body talks to us.
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Postby Doc » Fri Jun 24, 2011 10:29 pm

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Postby Doc » Thu Jun 30, 2011 1:46 pm

Acupuncture Pulse Diagnosis Seminar with Pulse Map™ use will be held on 30 July and 6 August at Aspley Wellness Centre,Shop C 589 Robinson Rd west,Cnr Mapellen St, Aspley QLD. Practitioners from other states 30July and 1August is possible. For more information please check[link removed, violates terms of use policy. please paste information.]. Limited places
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Seminars continuation

Postby Doc » Fri Aug 19, 2011 9:59 am

Thanks to increasing interest to the acupuncture pulse diagnostic seminar (pulse maps) and request of some acupuncturists, herbalists, naturopaths and even nutritionists who couldn't attend previous workshops we are happy to invite you for the two days course on 24 September and 01 October 2011  12noon at Aspley Wellness Centre 589 Robinson Rd Aspley Qld.
Seminars may be held in the future by request or at your clinic by agreement, please contact us by phone or email [link removed, violates terms of use policy. please paste information.] See more tutorials and information on the same page
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Pulse diagnosis with balancing method

Postby Doc » Thu Sep 01, 2011 3:45 pm

This and next seminars includes use of trigrams balancing method with pulse diagnosis to determinate one of five movements dominating in each vessel with purpose to relieve pain or any condition just with two or three needles INSTANTLY. Come to try!!!
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Postby Doc » Tue Sep 13, 2011 1:48 pm

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Here is some new video tutorial about pulse guided acupuncture with application of balancing of 8 BaGua for instant pain relief in case of trigeminal neuralgia and gaute
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Postby Doc » Fri Oct 07, 2011 10:45 am

I have added some more video tutorials from last seminar about pulse guided acupuncture and pulse map recording. Please visit [link removed, violates terms of use policy. please paste information.] at the page of preventative acupuncture. This tutorial is about WuXing (five movements) theory applied in pulse diagnosis. There is a common opinion that vessels of liver, for example, has wood movement, lung has metal movement, which is correct when patient is healthy, but any disorders produce change in these movements in real life, so it produce some changes in application of acupuncture treatment.
If you are interested to have a course of acupuncture pulse diagnosis, please contact me through the site about days you wish to do so
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Postby Doc » Mon Oct 17, 2011 11:23 pm

Here is some information regarding online webinars about pulse guided acupuncture in different languages with plan of webinar and advantages of Wu Xing pulse diagnosis

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Postby Doc » Mon Nov 07, 2011 9:55 pm

Pulse guided acupuncture with interpretation of 75 Difficulty of Nanjing through classical not contemporary Wu Xing chart
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Postby Doc » Mon Dec 05, 2011 6:59 am

Different modern authors explained that qun section is placed over point Taiyuan 9 Lung, that contradict original point of Nan Jing
Dr L.Wieger in his book "Chinese Characters" states that character qun is the Chinese inch. The dot represents the place of the wrist where the pulse is felt, which place is an inch distant from the hand. [link removed, violates terms of use policy. please paste information.]
Same name of the position of the index finger is shorter then one qun and has it's name of qun only because it has place one qun under the wrist. It can't be point Taiyuan 9 of lung meridian
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Postby Doc » Tue Apr 03, 2012 7:20 pm

Hi, here is a new video about treatment of patients condition with ba gua balancing method instead of symptomatic ba gua treatment. Acupuncture wu xing pulse diagnosis and ba gua adjustment to the season according to the pulse reading

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Postby Doc » Thu Apr 12, 2012 2:54 pm

Hi everybody
Here is a new video regarding wu sing pulse diagnosis and treatment of extraordinary meridians according Nan Jing 27 and 28 difficulties and the explanation of difficulty 75 regarding excess of east and difficiency of west. This is a 9' video related to WuXing pulse diagnosis webinars and seminars. All videos without adds you can find on my site

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Preventive acupuncture

Postby Doc » Tue Apr 24, 2012 11:56 pm

Hi
«A superior practitioner is a medical practitioner who takes up ten thousand
[cases] and cures ten thousand [cases]. In all [cases] he treats illnesses that
are not yet manifest [as illnesses]. A mediocre practitioner cannot yet fully
understand and resolve [the dynamics of an illness]. Hence he will simply care
for one depot and that is it.»
NanJing difficult issue 77
Here is a new video about pulse diagnosis in preventive acupuncture. It is video
11 as part of noncommercial online seminar about wu xing pulse diagnosis in
acupuncture according to NanJing
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This and previous videos you can watch without adds on my site

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pulse diagnosis and treatment of six leve

Postby Doc » Thu Sep 06, 2012 6:42 am

Hi Everybody
Acupuncture pulse diagnosis video for treating conditions of six levels of
meridians as tae yin, tsue yin, shao yin, tae yang, yang ming, shao yang with an
example of chronic otitis

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Re: Pulse Maps in acupuncture pulse diagnosis

Postby Doc » Tue Nov 27, 2012 12:08 am

Hi Everybody
Example of acupuncture pulse diagnosis in real time for patient affected by heat
of Lung meridian arrived from heart meridian, heart and kidney disconnected,
disruption in Shao Yin and Tae Yang meridians, stagnation in the stomach
meridian, acumulation of dampness, Jen Mai, Yin Qiao Mai, Du mai and Yang Qiao
Mai pathology

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