Ultimate Tongue Diagnosis Webinar with Clinical Applications, Chris Volesky, L.Ac.
Tongue Photography Tutorial
Date recorded: May 9th, 2020
Purchase includes lifetime access to the recording
Pending 3 NCCAOM PDAs
Tongue Photography Tutorial
Practicing telemedicine? Or hesitant to look at tongues in your clinic given the coronavirus situation? Getting an accurate, clear picture of the tongue from the patient is critical – but it isn’t so easy to get one. Thanks to this tutorial, you can be assured that your patients will give you the most clear pictures of their tongues so you can make an accurate clinical diagnosis. This tutorial instructs the patient step by step how to get you, the practitioner, the clearest tongue pictures possible.
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Course Outline for the Ultimate Tongue Diagnosis Webinar with Clinical Application
Why do you look at your patient’s tongue? Do you have questions in mind already? Do you have a process of what to look for, what that might mean, and then how to proceed?
Do you ever look at your patient’s signs and symptoms and feel like the tongue diagnosis doesn’t seem to match? What do you do then? How are you supposed to proceed with treatment when these things don’t match?
This tongue diagnosis webinar is designed to shed some light on how to properly incorporate tongue diagnosis into your practice.
This course is designed to prepare you for what you will see most often in the clinic – it will not go into ednless what-ifs or possible scenarios you are NOT likely to see. Instead, to make it most clinically relevant, this course is designed to show what we see consistently today in our modern practices with modern peoples and the chronic and modern problems our modern patient base deals with. We will analyze the aspects of the tongue and do so in a case study type fashion. I will show you the qualities I am looking for and I will present case studies of how these people were treated using Chinese herbal medicine.
We will also explore sublingual tongue diagnosis. After spending 2 years doing marketing events in Seattle, WA, I became good friends (albeit cordial competition) with Dr. Beijing Men, who specializes in sublingual tongue diagnosis. I will go through the methods that he taught me and also some of the findings I have discovered on my own from reading thousands of tongues.
This course is about taking your PRACTICE to the next level. Simplifying your diagnosis and putting herbal prescriptions together with increased ease.
This course will be about analyzing real cases. Making diagnoses on real patients and looking at what actually happens. I will also go over how I decided to adjust my formulas or treatment plans. Some examples:
These are all the same patient, different visits, different scenarios over the course of treating the same chief complaints. How will you adjust your treatment plan to account for these changes?
How about this? How do you get from point A to point B? How to you adjust and view this patient?
How do you address this and get results like this?
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.