with Elisabeth Rochat de la ValléeSee In Store
In this course, Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee presents the classical Chinese medicine understanding of the Wei pathology. This course is centered on the study of Suwen chapter 44 and other classical texts. This course covers the main characteristics of Wei pathology that are often translated into English as "wilting" or "atony". Clinical presentation of Wei pathology covering Biomedicine disease categories such as muscular atrophy, paralysis, and dystrophy are examined in detail. This course also included a synthesis of the meaning and treatment of Wei syndrome in various ancient and modern Chinese texts.
TCM academic and historian, Elisabeth Rochat has specialized in both medical and philosophical Classics in her 40+ years career. She co-authored 'A Survey of Chinese Medicine' and continues to teach about the Classics of TCM internationally.
with Susan JohnsonSee In Store See Entire Series *
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In this part, points 1010.08 through 1010.25 are covered. Some discussion topics include: Urinary Tract Infections (UTI), bladder spasm and interstitial cystitis, the ONLY way to painlessly needle LI20 and clear the sinus in ten minutes or less, cholecystitis, any kind of cough, asthma, lower back pain, sciatica and exhaustion.
A graduate of the ACTCM, Susan Johnson, L.Ac., has been practicing TCM for over 30 years. She studied extensively with Drs. Miriam Lee and Young Wei Chieh, and teaches Tung's Points internationally.
A graduate of the ACTCM, Susan Johnson, L.Ac., has been practicing TCM for over 30 years. She studied extensively with Drs. Miriam Lee and Young Wei ...