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Introduction to the Essence of Pulse Metabolic Analysis
- Systematic approach of Western and Oriental medicines to disease
Western medicine takes a structural view of the human system. Each organ has corporal presentation. But Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) emphasizes a functional approach. The Oriental view of human physiology is based on a concept of energy fields, a view comparable to the modern concept of an energy field that has arisen in contemporary physics. According to this idea, matter and energy are inseparable, dependent on each other and defined by each other. The separation of matter and energy, inner and outer, physical and mental is not realistic, as they are the same phenomena viewed from different perspectives. We use these opposing concepts merely to enable us to conceptualize the dynamic interplay constantly going on around and within us, and with which we are intricately involved.
This "functional" approach of TCM is very different from Western allopathic medicine's "structural" view of "health" and "disease". In allopathic medicine, disease is something alien to the person, something that must be killed or removed (the "doctrine of specific cause"). Western treatment tends to be geared towards treating a specific ailing organ or fighting an alien invasion. "Health" is then the absence of disease: in a simplistic manner, disease is only recognised when an outside pathogen invades the organism, or when there is structural damage to an organ: very little consideration is given to the lowered immune system that allowed the pathogen to invade, or the years of deterioration of the organ before structural damage was evident.
The functional approach of TCM views life as a dynamic process involving the interaction of forces and energies both within and outside the individual. These external forces are the climate, pathogenic factors, and the total environment outside our body. Internal factors include our genetic background, constitution, and our emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects.
TCM views well-being as a dynamic balance between these internal and external forces. Health is seen as the ability of an organism to respond appropriately to a wide variety of challenges in a way that insures maintaining equilibrium and balance. An imbalance may cause a disharmony in the system and, unless corrected, may eventually lead to a disease. "Disease" represents a failure of the organism to adapt to a challenge, a disruption of the overall equilibrium. The goal of TCM is to maintain this balance, or to assist the individual to return to a state of dynamic balance, enabling him or her to achieve their optimal level of well-being. This state of well-being differs for everyone, and differs for everyone at different stages of life: even in the grips of terminal disease, there is a state of well-being that you can attain.
- Origins of pulse diagnosis
- Correspondence of the Five Elements of TCM with metabolic phases of Westewrn medicine
- Approach of the Academy (©) to the pulse diagnosis
- Methods of health correction
The Pulse Metabolic Analysis (PMA) may be used by any doctor or even by individuals. Easy understandable form of imbalance description allows transfer data from one doctor to another, organize long distance health control and support of patients, built high quality consulting Health Center. The costs of analysis per a patient are several cents for license - doctor have to pay for work a nurse, who in 3 minute take pulse of a patient. PMA is an effective way for health evaluation which provides consistent and accurate information regarding the real problem in organism.
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