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In this lesson, I take a big picture overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine and describe TCM as one form of a holistic approach medicine. A holistic approach to medicine is one that formulates a diagnosis of a patient’s condition by taking into consideration the complex dynamic of everything going on internally with that patient, as well as external influences of interpersonal relationship, work, and climate.
- If you are participating in the live component, there is a required text: Wood Becomes Water: Chinese Medicine in Everyday Life by Gail Reichstein. Please be sure to read this in full before the live training. Even if you are not attending the training, this book will serve as a wonderful reference.
- Recommended text: The Uncharted Body: A New Textbook of Medicine by Dr. Daniel Keown. On the checkout page, apply the Discount Code FREEJOSH to get 15% off.
- Suggested text: The Spark in the Machine, Dr. Daniel Keown
- Suggested text: The Web That Has No Weaver, Ted Kaptchuk
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