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Yin Yang Podcast - Acupuncture, TCM, and Chinese Medicine

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Travis Spire-Sweet (LAc, Dipl. OM) and Chris Powell (LAc, Dipl. Ac) combine their 20 plus years of acupuncture experience (albeit Chris' whiskers are whiter!) to create this premier podcast for acupuncturists.

Customer Reviews

Great Podcast!

Chinese medicine is really truly amazing! I love the podcast! I wish I would of went to school for acupuncture!

yin/yang and everything in between.

An insightful, intelligent, and entertaining podcast. Well done.

Thank…God...

I'm a third/fourth year acupuncture student in southern California. I, too, am disenfranchised with the current acupuncture educational model. I pour over supplementary texts and the classics trying to fill in the abysmal gaps. I'm just finishing up listening to the first cast on pulses. Your podcast is provocative and enlightening. The pulses are an enigma, but I find myself having an unquenchable thirst to understand them and utilize them. Case studies in school are virtually patient histories only. Would you guys be willing to present a case study focusing largely on pulse presentation and once having found the qualities of the pulse, how that would guide your treatment? How do you select what channels/organs you decide to treat? Do you shotgun your needle treatments or are you minimalists? If minimalists, how can you determine which channel/organ is the fulcrum of the pathology. I look forward to your response.

L

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