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V. 1. vigorous anatomy and body structure --
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v. three. Differential analysis, medical foundations, therapy ideas, and medical protocols --
v. four. Prescription workouts and meditations, therapy of inner illnesses, pediatrics, geriatrics, gynecology, neurology, and vigorous psychology --
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8. Iatrogenic Disorders: This pertains to any adverse mental, emotional, or physical condition induced through medical treatment, misdiagnosis, or psychological abuse during treatment. EXAMINATION FOR DIAGNOSIS There are certain general principles used by all doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine to become proficient in diagnostic skills. In Medical Qigong therapy, becoming skilled and accurate in clinical diagnosis requires the Qigong doctor to become proficient in combining perceptual and mental skills with spiritual understandings and insights.
The treatment focuses on the specific cause of the disease and how it affects the patient's internal organs. The primary goal is to relieve the patient's symptoms, strengthen the constitution and return the patient to a state of wholeness. This entire process is initiated to assist the Qigong doctor in administering the correct treatment. is External in origin, the doctor determines what pathogenic factors are involved. If the disease is internal in origin, the doctor determines whether the cause is emotional, hereditary, or dietary.
The four opposite pairs are Yin and Yang with the three subdivisions of Yin and Yang into: Internal, External, Cold, Hot and Deficient, Excess (see Chapter 22, Diagnosis According to the Eight Energetic Principles). 2. Diagnosis According to the Identification of Qi, Blood, and Body Fluid Distinctions: This system of energetic diagnosis is used in clinical practice (especially for internal disease) for diagnosing according to pathological changes occurring in the internal organs. When one or more of these substances are unbalanced, the body's normal physiological function is disrupted and sickness results.