posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 02:46 PM
a reply to: MrCrow
Being a practitioner of Oriental Medicine, I can say yes it does work, but not all clinicians are up to the task.
Strikes on the major tsubos are not the same as needles based on a few principles rather lengthy to explain.
I saw early on in my career that I would focus entirely on the herbs as the paltry 2 year masters in the US and other Western countries was seriously
lacking, particularly in the face of 9 years in study and practicals followed in China for any of 4 parts...so essentially the West trys to teach
36years of information in 2 years.
I have studied some 2000 hours, it works...but the practitioner is everything and like much in the orient...the deeper knowledge is often with
I can tell that very few have spent any real time in studying any of the alternative paradims by their very uninformed cursory responses.
Mrs Crow could benefit greatly if she is being treated by the right person...but dont expect instant results for every condition. Differential
diagnosis is an art and a science and not everyone truly gets it and they just follow general scripts hoping it will work.
Its not a sham, just an misrepresented practice in many cases. Just like a lot of martial arts "masters"
edit on 14-8-2017 by BlueJacket
edit on 14-8-2017 by BlueJacket because: I cant type on a phone