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Introductory Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis Classes in Sydney and Melbourne 2010

Thu 11 Feb 2010

When:
Sydney
4 days held over 2 weekends
Saturday and Sunday February 27th - 28th and
Saturday and Sunday March 13th - 14th,
9:00am - 5:30 pm

4 consecutive days
4 Friday March 26th – Monday March 29th,
9:00am – 5:30 pm

Melbourne
Thursday – Sunday February 11th - 14th
9:00am - 5:30 pm daily

Where:
Sydney
TBA: Central Sydney area

Melbourne
Australian Shiatsu College, 103 Evans Street, Brunswick, Melbourne, 3056

Cost:
Full Fee: $600
Early Registration: $525 Early Registration
Current Oriental Medicine students:$500

Contact:
Sydney
Kevin Redmond
kevyred@hotmail.com
(+61) 02 9558 2129

Melbourne
Scott Billings
scotto181@gmail.com
(+61) 0433 033 055

Free Webinars-CCPD and DRS class structure
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Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis represents the combined work of Dr John Shen OMD and Dr Leon Hammer. This system of pulse diagnosis was brought to the USA by Dr Shen in 1971.Based on the clinical findings of their many years of numerous treatments they refined and further developed this model by documenting consistent findings in pulse reading that were found repeatedly in different patients presenting with common problems.
The resulting method allows access to a reliable source of diagnostic information that is relevant to our current times and modern diseases. In learning this method students learn to evaluate the physiological and psychological state of their patients and detect situations of dysfunction that can lead to severe illness.

Proficiency in pulse diagnosis has declined since the standardization of "Traditional Chinese Medicine" saw the end of the master and novice learning. Becoming competent in understanding the message that is transmitted by the pulse and correlating this with other diagnostic information ensures a more definitive diagnosis.

The Pulse reveals the constitution and habits of the patients and with skill becomes ad relatively objective finding. When patients are not reporting of are unaware of their condition the pulse can provide this information. Also the pulse gives a reliable assessment of the mental and emotional state of the patient. This is especially useful in situations where people find issues difficult to reveal. Monitoring the expected course of treatment and prevention is also addressed by this method.

Instructor - Karen Bilton Lac, PT

Karen has been working in the medical field since 1988. She is a graduate of the University of Sydney Physiotherapy School, studied acupuncture at the University of Technology and received Diploma in Chinese herbal Medicine from Chinaherb in Sydney.

She has been practicing Oriental medicine 1993 and worked in Australia, the United Kingdom and for the last 13 years the USA. Since arriving she has continued her study of both acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. She has NYS licenses in acupuncture and physical therapy and is a NCCAOM Diplomat of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology.

Karen started her study of Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis in 1998. Throughout the years she has spend over 500 hours under the direct guidance of Dr Hammer. She currently practices in New York City where Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis is the cornerstone of her practice. She continues her advances study with Dr Hammer in Florida.

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