Refine Your Acupuncture Diagnostic Skills: Palpation, Pulse and Needling Techniques

Refine Your Acupuncture Diagnostic Skills: Palpation, Pulse and Needling Techniques


You’ve graduated, You’ve passed your
board exams then you want to know how do I get my job? How do I set up for day one?
How do I market? How do I be with my patient? And then, the fourth stage really
is, how do I refine my skills? This is a method that I’ve created over the years.
I’ve been in practice 20+ years and really it’s going to make your diagnosis
so much faster. I’m going to show you how to make a very fast diagnosis in fact,
as soon as the patient walks in, what are you feeling off of them? All your senses
should be lit up so you can start getting your diagnosis right there. Learn
how to sense, palpate, smell, ask, all this for the first time in a sense. And
then you combine that with your college knowledge. I’m telling you, you’re going
to be so accurate with your diagnosis. I’m going to do full demos for you we’ve
got two amazing volunteers here today and I’m going to be showing you on two
different body types how to find these things how to look at these things. Very
key here, you do not leave the room until you notice a bit of a shift in that
meridian. And that’s when you know you’re going to get a result. This is now what I
would call, if she had knee pain, a guaranteed result I just don’t know how
much. Using pulse to find your needle depth, using pulse to know when to stop
needling using pulse to know when to take your needles out, using pulse along
with needle techniques. I mean it’s amazing what it will tell you and this
will start your journey on teaching yourself pulse in a sense, not only that,
but getting much better results. You’re going to be absolutely shocked on how
much information you can garner just from these small techniques.
None of these courses are complete without the end being a
full demo of everything, we’ll take it all in I’ll show you the run-through in
real time. Okay, so you can see this does not take long in fact, it’s incredibly
fast the more you do it.

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