By Jerry Alan Johnson ; edited by L. Francesca Ferrari, Gideon B. Enz, Suzanne B. Friedman.
V. 1. lively anatomy and body structure --
v. 2. vigorous alchemy, dao yin treatment, and qi deviations --
v. three. Differential analysis, scientific foundations, remedy ideas, and scientific protocols --
v. four. Prescription workouts and meditations, therapy of inner ailments, pediatrics, geriatrics, gynecology, neurology, and full of life psychology --
v. five. an lively method of oncology
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Once treatment begins, the process of the disease is usually reversed, or the symptoms are alleviated. As the cause of the disease is addressed, the 13 VOLUME 3, SECTION 5: DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF ENERGETIC PRINCIPLES energy of the affected organs changes, which in tum, changes the syndrome and the symptoms. This transforming process strengthens the patient's constitution and establishes a dynamic balance of health and well being. After the treatment is completed, Medical Qigong prescriptions are assigned to continue the healing process.
Excessive Pregnancies and Childbirths: This can injure the mother's Blood and weakens her Qi. Women share their Jing during pregnancy with the forming fetus. Therefore, excessive pregnancies can cause a tired, weak and Deficient condition due to Jing depletion within the mother. 5. Traumatic Accidents and Injuries: This pertains to physical traumas which disperse or congeal the body's Qi and Blood resulting in energetic deviations. Even after the physical trauma has healed, a site for potential weakness often remains.
3. If the birth is abnormal, difficult, and / or prolonged, it can cause an emotional shock within the newborn. 6 DIAGNOSIS Diseases may originate from one or more of these factors, causing the baby to be born with an illness or a predisposition to illness. This predisposition can be manifested as a particular type of emotional or mental imbalance, diseases of particular Yin and Yang organs (or organ systems), or a general constitutional weakness. " Prenatal shock can also be indicated when newborn babies are restless sleepers, continually opening and closing their eyes, or having fevers.