All about TCM
TCM has a differentiated diagnostic procedure, to assess the condition of Qi, Yin, Yang and the internal organs. Diagnosis from “internal medicine” in the form of syndromes (e.g. live-qi stagnation) or interconnect pathologies (qi stagnation in the bladder meridian) are made.
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Classically, TCM combines four diagnostic methods to establish the diagnosis.
The tongue is judged on form, color and quality. The tongue coating also provides important information. In addition, facial color, movement and body language are taken into account.
Hearing and smelling
The voice, the breath, cough, throat clearing, etc. are observed. The smell plays a subordinate role in our society.
Each treatment is preceded by a detailed anamnesis (inquiry).
The pulse at the wrist is judged by the frequency and many other qualities. Depending on the problem, the abdomen, meridians or painful areas on the body are examined.