How Do Chinese Medicine Practitioners Diagnose?

How Do Chinese Medicine Practitioners Diagnose?

Chinese Medicine diagnosis has eight principles: hot/cold, excess/deficiency, yin/yang, internal/external. They are our fundamental information that leads our treatment methods and prescriptions. The hot/cold, excess/deficiency, yin/yang diagnoses are quite unique in medical fields.

These diagnoses usually include observation (face, eyes, nails, ear, palm, tongue, etc… Usually do not need to do all of them.), listening and smelling, asking and taking a pulse and/or touching. The most skillful practitioners can do most diagnoses by observation only. It even can tell where is wrong before symptoms come out.

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