Classical Chinese Medicine for Supporting Cancer Patients
By taking this course, you will be able to
• Understand the cyclical movements in the body as mentioned in the Neijing
• Choose points for supporting your cancer patients with the concept of Gao and Huang in mind
- Support your patients with herbal formulas
The Neijing describes our relationship with Heaven and Earth through the cyclic movement of the Life-energy. It tells us how the life force continuously opens, closes and pivots and how that affects us. Every time we meet a patient, we ask ourselves: which movement is disturbed? And how can I help?
Martine discusses classical concepts like Gao and Huang and their relevance in cancer care in this one-hour course. These connective structures are prone to holding stagnations and toxins. Although not so well-known, these structures play an essential role in helping cancer patients recover from oncological operations and preventing re-occurrence. During this lecture, you will learn helpful point combinations, recovery techniques, blockage treatment techniques, and some specific classics.
This course was part of the International Oncology Acupuncture Symposium 2022.
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