The Art and Practice of Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine
Foreword by Jeremy Halpin.
- 2017, 640 pages
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This textbook is a complete diagnostic manual for students of Chinese medicine.
It covers how to collect and collate the relevant information needed to make a diagnosis and clearly describes the various diagnostic models in Chinese medicine.
Divided into two sections, it is a comprehensive diagnostic manual.
The first section explains how to collect and collate the information required to formulate a diagnosis and is divided into four approaches: visual, palpation, interrogation and listening/smelling.
The second section describes the various diagnostic models in Chinese medicine, including The Eight Principles, zangfu organ pattern, the Six stages, four levels and san jiao, the twelve regular channels and eight extraordinary vessels, and the Five Phases.
Nigel Ching is a lecturer in Chinese Medicine and course director at the Nordisk Akupunktur Uddannelse in Denmark. Ching was trained in England and now has more than 25 years of clinical experience. He has published three textbooks in Danish and lectures widely in Scandinavia, Germany, UK, Greece and Finland.