Pulse Diagnosis: The Right Cun
Record date: December 2nd, 2018
Length: 1 hour 11 minutes
Pending 1 NCCAOM PDA
Pending 1 CA CEU, Category 1, CEP#1651
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This webinar is on pulse diagnosis, specifically, the right cun pulse. Learn what constitutes a normal right cun pulse, what the pathological pulse qualities are, what physical manifestations may be related to those pathological pulses, and what herbal formulas can be used to treat them.
This webinar will give an introduction into the amazing PulseSynergy system of pulse diagnosis created by Jimmy Chang. This methodical, logical pulse system is easy to learn and practice, and proves that the misleading mantra many learned in school that pulse diagnosis is difficult and takes years to learn, is simply not true.
With understanding the principles, and of course practice, this pulse system proves to be a highly reliable diagnostic tool that can help deliver superior results for the Chinese Herbal Medicine practitioner. In addition to this, Chris adds his own experience, as well as his training under Jin Zhao of Cheng Du, China, to deliver a webinar with solid fundamentals and backed by clinical experience.
Chris Volesky Bio:
Chris Volesky has studied and practiced the Pulse Synergy for several years, and has received Jimmy Chang’s blessing in helping to spread this amazing diagnostic system. Chris also studies with Jin Zhao in Cheng Du, China. Jin Zhao regularly treats 100-150 patients a day in China with incredible results. While Chris draws on his extensive experience using pulse and tongue diagnosis with Chinese Herbal Medicine, many of Jin Zhao’s teachings form the basis for Chris’s live seminars as well. The first seminar Chris developed and taught was, ‘Just Treat the Pulse! Mastering Pulse diagnosis To Drive Clinical Success’, and has since been expanded to a full TCM Diagnostics seminar including tongue diagnosis and more. Chris also teaches the Diagnostic and Treatment Simplicity for Fibromyalgia and Autoimmune Diseases seminar. All his seminars can be found on Chinese Medicine That Works/Acuvids. Chris maintains a busy practice in the Denver area.