Zhège wǎngzhàn zhǐ zài chuándá shàngdì de xìnxī, huárén shìjiè. Zài tóngyī shíjiān zuò shìjiè shàng zuì guǎngfàn de yǔyán wǒ de yánjiū. （按隶Valdemir莫塔德梅内塞斯）--CHINESE LANGUAGE
This site aims to convey God's message to the Chinese world. At the same time do my research on the most widely spoken language in the world.(By Valdemir Mota de Menezes)
domingo, 23 de março de 2014
VALDEMIR MOTA DE MENEZES
Holistic Medicine and
Holistic Treatment in Traditional Chinese Medicine
There are major differences between
Western and Chinese medicine.
In addition to using different tools for treatment,
the most significant difference is the fact that
Chinese medicine takes a
holistic approach to human health.
Western medicine takes off from
students dissect corpses and analyze each organ,
which provides the evidence for
pathology and diagnosis,
and leads to specialization. Opthamologists treat eyes,
stay away from noses.
Internists don’t use scalpels.
Chinese medicine follows a different
doctors train with live people, not corpses.
In addressing illness,
concentrate on the relationship
between organs and their functions,
examining the cause and
effect of internal
and external phenomenon.
If you go to a Chinese doctor, he or
she will first take pulse,
not only to determine the heartbeat,
but rather to
understand the nature and source of your problem,
and then make a diagnosis and
Some of the theories of TCM may seem strange at first,
but they actually make sense.
For example, “Treat an ‘upper’ illness ‘below.’”
In cases of migraine
doctors don’t treat the head,
because the root of the illness lies elsewhere.
To treat migraine,
Chinese doctors insert
acupuncture needles in two points in the foot.
Another theory is “Treat a ‘lower’
A twitching in the leg muscles is often treated at
two acupuncture points
behind the ears.
“Treat internal maladies externally” is another example.
is extremely rare in TCM.
The parasitic disease ascariasis can be horribly painful
when the worms enter the biliary tract.
A Western-trained doctor would
perform surgery to remove the worms,
while a TCM doctor would perform
acupuncture point on the hand to relieve the pain.
Yet another example is “Treat
external maladies internally.”
If a patient has a severe skin itch,
a Western doctor will
apply an anti-inflammatory medicine
at the site to alleviate the
a TCM doctor will look for the cause of the itching in the lungs,
and prescribe a
medicine that expels the heat in the lungs,