Re: [PulseDiagnosis] Questions
- USA, northern hemisphere. Does this make a difference and if so how?Thuy
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- John,It's a Japanese name so the accent is slightly on the first syllable. I prefer the Doris Day song pronounciation, 'though.Que Sera SeraKay
John Garbarini <johnlg_2000@...> wrote:
Is your name pronounced like Doris Day's song?
--- WMorris116@... wrote:
> Hi Kay Sera -
> 1. The method for organizing the acupucnture
> treatment is the same as
> principles of treatment. That is, yin-yang channel
> pairs and branching pairs. The
> pulse will tell you what model is expressed
> especially when there is disparity
> between the symptoms and the pulse. Eg is it a tai
> yin pulse and a tai yin
> trajectory of muscular pain?
> 2. The length of treatment effect is typical of
> acupucnture -
> 3. Yes - in all domains of human experience.
> Best - Will
> > Hi Will,
> > 1. Is this technique the same as that which we
> learned in Principles of
> > Treatment class where we would determine the
> channel involved with the area of
> > pain and needled a point within the circuit of the
> area of pain? Like needling
> > Li11 for medial knee (spleen channel) pain?
> Except in the pulse class we
> > are using the pulse to tell us where to begin.
> > 2. Would these treatments have lasting affects? I
> have done it in the
> > clinic last Thursday on a patient with rheumatoid
> arthritis. She was
> > significantly better, but for how long? I will
> see her again this Thursday. She may
> > also require more than weekly appointments.
> > 3. In the cases of, say, autoimmune disesases,
> would this type of treatment
> > affect the underlying condition and offer a more
> permanent resolution of
> > their problem or is it for temporary pain control?
> > 4. Is the basic idea, in a very general sense, to
> remove blockages to qi
> > and blood flow and therefore allowing the body to
> operate effectively and
> > efficiently so disease cannot inhabit the body?
> William R. Morris, LAc., OMD, MSEd
> President, AAOM
> 310-453-8300 phone
> 310-829-3838 fax
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