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Chinese Medicine

Chinese medicine offers a completely different approach to both acute and chronic conditions.  The methods of diagnosis include questioning, observing characteristics such as skin color, emotional affect, the qualities of the pulse and tongue, and determining what specific Chinese organ network is effected.  While Chinese organ networks sound familiar, they are more representative of a group of functions than the solid organs we typically associate with terms like 'liver' or 'spleen.' 

To a Chinese practitioner, a Western diagnosis is interesting, but has little bearing on the Chinese diagnosis and treatment recommendations.


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