An Introduction to Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis

An Introduction to Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis

Authors: Ross Rosen and Brandt Stickley

Abstract
The following article illustrates the clinical application of this pulse system in the diagnosis and management of a forty-three year old woman with multiple chronic complaints in the context of a unique asking, looking and listening diagnostic methodology that we name as Contemporary Oriental Medicine (COM). In the article, the reader will note a few concepts they are perhaps unfamiliar with, in particular, Heart shock/trauma, and nervous system tense/weak. Heart shock is explained in more detail in the case, but for the sake of educating the reader, a brief description of the nervous system follows.

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