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Placing Applied Channel Theory at the Core of Acupuncture, Part 1
2014, 309 min
Wang Yu Ji is questioning what meridians are and where they are. Scientifically they could not be evaluated. Earlier studies tried to explain that all meridians are neural-, vascular, lymphatic or harmonic structures, but this could not be confirmed. Wang Yu Ji explains the danger that acupuncture is only used for pain treatment and his deeper meaning is going lost and therefore the clinic result develops negatively.
Wang Yu-Ji explains that scientist tried to explore the meridians at corpses, but after death they no longer exists. Also if the patient is sick the meridians are irregularly, this can be shown by palpitation the meridians. In his speech Wang Yu Ji shows us how to palpitate and how to regulate them. This works on a soft and respectful way, like a violin player and not a drummer. He also explains the meaning of the San Jiao (triple burner), which is like a layer on the other organs.
He explains the importance of source points and the separation of the acupuncture points in about 365 points into fire, water, earth, metal, wood and his indications, like the depth of needling, the effectiveness and the combination possibilities. Wang Yu Ji shows us that we have to know about 150 acupuncture points by heart and that we have to know where the muscles, ligaments, vessels and tendons are. One very important point for Wang Yu Ji is the palpation of points before needling.
Very informative case studies gives you an effective insight for treatment.
Dr. Wang Ju-Yi has practiced Chinese medicine for 50 years in Beijing . Formerly the president of the Beijing Kuan Jie Hospital and chief editor of Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion ....Zhongguo Zhenjiu) , Dr. Wang now maintains a private teaching clinic in Beijing. Since the 1970's, Professor Wang has taught classes in Germany, Greece, United States, Colombia, Mexico, Japan and South Korea. In 2008, Professor Wang and Mr. Robertson completed a translation of his clinical experience Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine (Eastland Press, Seattle USA 2008).
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