Diagnostic Skills in Chinese Medicine

Diagnostic Skills in Chinese Medicine

Diagnosing patients correctly is the first step to your own personal awesomeness in the clinic. This book, the first of two, will help you build your diagnostic skills as a Chinese medical practitioner. Master the four basic diagnostic skills: observation and inspection, listening and smelling, asking questions and basic patient interview skills, and palpation. You'll find valuable information in easy to understand language to help you get a grip on pulse diagnosis and tongue diagnosis too! Don't procrastinate anymore! Click on the Buy Now button and get your copy today! "An excellent and helpful resource for students and also for colleagues! Cat's TCM Notes are professionally made, with love for the patient and a deep understanding of the complex healing mission. Cat Calhoun has proven to be a highly responsible professional with a humanistic vision of the Art of Chinese Medicine. I highly recommend them for anyone who is interested in acupuncture."-Georgi M

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