Modern meridian– diagnostics in the complementary - integrative therapies (oral, ear, ear phase, body acupuncture, homeopathy, schuessler salts, bach flower therapy, etc.)

Alternative & Integrative Medicine

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Modern meridian– diagnostics in the complementary - integrative therapies (oral, ear, ear phase, body acupuncture, homeopathy, schuessler salts, bach flower therapy, etc.)

6th International Conference and Expo on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

April 18-19, 2018 | Las Vegas, USA

I Szechenyi

Szechenyi Health Center, Hungary

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Altern Integr Med

Abstract :

Aim: Our aim is to replace the pulse/tongue diagnosis by the modern meridian diagnosis, i.e. we objectively display in images the state of the meridians and apply its benefits: fast, precise, repeatable, recommends different therapeutic methods using the laws of TCM (e.g. ear acupuncture, body acupuncture, Homeopathy, Schuessler salts, Bach flower therapy). Furthermore, it may provide information about the status of the teeth/periodontal conditions and the status of the subluxation of spine vertebrae thus supporting and helping the efficiency of the therapist's work. Material & Methods: We measure the TCM meridian endpoint diagnostics and/or Ryodoraku (mainly boiling points) and the microampere values of the ear zones. From the resulting values we can draw conclusions about the status of the Meridians, the anomalies of teeth/periodontal system and the consequences of subluxation of spine vertebrae. Results: The objective measurement and recording of data provide an opportunity for the comparison of meridian-status during pre and post-therapy, to display acute and chronic energy blockages in images to assist understanding, even recording that the same energy blocks are repeated in one month or several years. Conclusion: In addition to the endpoint and boiling point diagnostics of meridians, important information may be received about the status of the teeth/periodontal system and the subluxation of spine vertebrae. The various energy therapies (acupuncture, ear acupuncture, Homeopathy, Bach flower therapy, Schuessler salts...) are able to influence the biological functions in an integrative way and thus harmonize the various malfunctions of the meridians. The healing specialist may not see well only with his heart, but the status of the 12 main meridians can also be displayed in an objective manner, in images. Psychology has long proven that "one picture equals to a thousand words. The condition of an effective treatment in addition to the proper medical history is an accurate diagnosis of the objective condition through which one may avoid taking chances. The application of different energy therapies and influencing beneficially the bio thermodynamic condition may take place in an integrative way only after the above.

Biography :

Széchenyi István is psychologist-acupuncturist, got his diploma in the Eötvös Lóránt University of Sciences, Faculty of Education and Psychology. After that he passed the acupuncteur exam of the National Acupuncture Detoxification Assotiation (USA). He has founded and he was co-president of the Hungarian "Dripstone" Association for patients suffering from vision problems for the aim to help to increase the life quality of handicapped people. After that he participated in the postgradual level course about the Traditional Chinese Medicine. He completed a special acupuncteur course and received an Acupuncteur Diploma from the Haynal Imre University of Health Sciences. All these were followed by the next diplomas:Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist (NADA trainer), VOLL's electroacupuncture diploma for theoretical and practical basis.

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