June 2016

June 2016

June 2016

    Herbs & Notes

    The Office: Special – Double Your Practice Overnight

    Notes not applicable.

 
 
 

    Herbs & Notes

    The Office – Growing Your Practice – Integrating Health Plans into Your Practice

    Notes not applicable.

 
 
 

    Herbs & Notes

    The Office – Pulses Proximal To The Right Chi

  • Right side:
  • Mustard seed: soft tissue damage in the shoulder
  • Is there a tail proximal to mustard seed (high, middle, low)?
  • If there is a tail to the mustard seed or just a tail (then called a Taiyang pulse), which is superficial, ropy, (long and wide), poundy (strong) – neck-issues (headaches, tight upper back)
  • On both arms:
  • enlarged prostrate (men)
  • or low level chemical poisoning (fumes, gas, gunpowder, paint)
  • Deep, ropy, pounding: bladder or kidney infection
  • Right side positions proximal to the chi are indicative for: Upper back, neck, kidney, bladder
  • Thin, tight, middle-deep (Du pulse): whiplash, trauma to the spine (ligaments, tissue, etc), scoliosis
  • if broken up as you go proximal: partially healed whiplash trauma

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