Applied Channel Theory: The Clinical Brilliance of Dr. Wang Ju-Yi
With Guest: Jason Robertson
For those practitioners who find palpation to be a key part of their practice, the work of Dr. Wang opens a whole new way of interacting with patients. And for those who are interested in how to puzzle through confounding clinical cases, Dr. Wang has some ways of clarifying complex situations.
- A couple of books that give you a glimpse into the world Wang Ju-Yi was born into.
- The winding road that lead to Jason becoming Dr. Wang's apprentice.
- Some stories about Beijing at the beginning of this century.
- Integrating palpation into your clinical practice.
- Considering the use of Lung six.
- Dr. Wang's favorite books and his method of study
The Channel Palpation website has lots of good information about Dr. Wang's work, some free articles, and a list of courses if you want to get hands-on with this kind of hands on.
If you don't already have it, get your own copy of Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine, Wang Ju-Yi's Lectures on Channel Therapeutics.
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