The Nan Jing/Classic of Difficulties, one of the foundational Han dynasty classics of Chinese Medicine tradition, contains a gold mine of diagnostic information. The first 22 chapters (out of 81) are devoted to pulse discrimination. The secret of pulse diagnosis revealed in the Nan Jing is sensitivity to time and timing, and how seasonal, lunar, solar, and twenty-four hour cycles influence what we feel as we palpate. We will examine:
1) Pulse positions & depths and their interpretation
2) Five phase influences and inter-relationships expressed in the pulse as Seasonal pulses and their expression
3) How to integrate zang-fu and channel pulse readings
4) Relationships of pulses to Nan Jing style treatments using 5 transporting points
Z’ev Rosenberg, L. Ac., is part of the 1st generation of practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine in America and as then President of the Colorado Acupuncture Association, was one of the initiators of an acupuncture licensing law in Colorado in the 1980s. Chair emeritus and a professor for close to 20 years at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, he has lectured widely around the United States, has written many articles and is published in all of the professional English-language journals of the Oriental Medicine profession. His new book "Return to the Source: Han Dynasty Medical Classics in Modern Clinical Practice" will be released by Singing Dragon Publishing this year.
8 NCCAOM PDA/CEUs (pending)
Practitioners $175/Students $95
Earlybird discount by April 6: $155/$75
(10% discount for ASNY & NJAAOM members & PCOM faculty and alumni)
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