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Puls- og Tungediagnose

Three days of pulse- and tongue diagnosis

  3 dage med undervisning i grund- 

  læggende puls- og tungediagnose

  Undervisningen foregår på engelsk

  Dr. Zhang Hui





Outline of Pulse Diagnosis - day one:

1. Brief Introduction

a) Mechanism (Heart, Vessel, Qi and Blood, Connection to Organs)
b) Location (Cun, Guan, Chi, )
c) Procedure (Time, Body Gesture, Figures Arrangement)
d) Elements of Pulse (Location, Frequency, Shape, Tendency)

2. Normal Pulses

a) Wei, Shen, Geng
b) Extraordinary but healthy pulse e.g. Fan Guan Pulse
c) External interference

3. Pulses for Illness

Common Conditions: Floating (Soggy), Deep, Slow (Choppy, Knotting,), Fast, Deficiency (Weak, Thin, Short, Tiny, ), Excess (Wiry, Slippery, Long, Tight, Wide)

4. Pulses for Dangerous Conditions

True Organ Pulse

Dr. Zhang Hui, pulstagning5. Analysis and Clinical Use

6. Case Discussion

Comprehensive data of vary cases

Part 1. According to the symptoms, which pulse should the patient have.
Part 2. According to a pulse, which symptoms should the patient have.

Outline of Tongue Diagnosis - day two

1. Brief Introduction

a) Mechanism
b) Regions and Organs

2. Procedure and Cautions

3. Normal Tongue

4. Inspection of Tongue Body

a) Color
b) Shape
c) Gesture
d) Sub-lingual Blood Vessel

5. Inspection of Tongue Coating

a) Quality (thick, thin, watery, dry, greasy, exfoliated, crack etc. )
b) Color (white, yellow, gray black)

6. Analysis and Clinical Use

7. Case Discussion

Comprehensive data of vary cases

Part 1. According to the symptoms, which tongue should the patient has
Part 2. According to a tongue, which symptoms should the patients has

Combination of Tongue and Pulse Diagnosis - day three

1. Brief Review on Tongue and Pulse Diagnosis

a) Common tongues and indications
b) Common pulses and indications

2. Given Cases with symptoms

a) Asking for possible tongues
b) Asking for possible pulses

3. Given Tongue

Asking for symptoms and pulses

4. Given Pulses

Asking for symptoms and tongues

5. Guide Students to Find Connections Among Tongue, Pulse, Symptoms

a) Five Organs as Hub

6. How to Deal With the Tongue/Pulse which Dose Not Match Symptoms

a) Precedence of Symptoms over Pulse
b) Precedence of Pulse over Symptoms


Dr. Zhang Hui from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine:

Dr. Hui Zhang (Ph.D) Ph.D of Chinese Medicine, Chengdu University of TCM, China Licensed Chinese Medicine Physician and Acupuncturist, China Lecturer of Chengdu University of TCM.

Dr. Zhang applies and the combination of diverse needling methods depending on the feature of a condition: acupuncture, arm acupressure, Master Tung’s Acupuncture, balance acupuncture, abdominal needling, pestle needles auricular acupuncture, herbal remedy, herbal moxa, Guasha, cupping, external use of herbal plaster and wine, Guasha, cupping, and herbal medicine, balancing emotion, five phases music therapy, Taichi Quan, Qigong, herbal tea, etc..

He has published over 30 research papers in China and abroad, e.g. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (UK), Chinese Medicine (USA) African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine (Nigeria), European Journal of Integrative Medicine (Germany), etc.

>>> Read more about Dr. Hui Zhang


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