Chinese Medicine: Treatise on Febrile Diseases Caused by Cold (Shang Han Lun)

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Improve your clinical efficacy using Chinese medical theory

On this eight-week course from the HKU SPACE, you’ll explore the different syndromes of the Six-Meridian Syndrome Differentiation from the Treatise of Febrile Diseases Caused by Cold.

You’ll discover the signs and symptoms of syndrome in order to improve your use of herbs for traditional Chinese medicine, your selection of acupuncture points, and overall enhance your clinical efficacy.

Discover the signs, symptoms, and patterns of each syndrome

This course will take you through each of the six meridians from the Shang Han Lun: Taiyang, Yangming, Shaoyang, Taiyin, Shaoyin, and Jueyin. You’ll learn the signs and symptoms of each syndrome as well as looking at the interior, exterior, deficiency, and excess patterns that differentiate each syndrome.

There is a focus on Taiyang syndromes over the first part of this course, taking you in-depth into the classification of Taiyang syndromes and the various patterns of these syndromes, including transmuted patterns.

Explore the characteristics of decoctions and the treatment techniques

Chinese medicine has thousands of years of history and has established unique diagnosis and treatment theories, as well as practical methods that have stood the test of time.

You’ll look at the different body conditions from yinyang’s perspective while also delving into the use of herbs and acupuncture points as treatments in Chinese medicine.

Learn from experts at HKU SPACE and Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine

The educators on this course are all experts with doctoral degrees in Chinese medicine.

With decades of teaching experience between them and top positions at reputable universities, the educators will help you to quickly learn how to apply the essentials of the Six-Meridian Syndrome Differentiation in clinical analysis.

This course is designed for anyone with an interest in Chinese medicine, particularly the theory and practice. It will be especially useful to anyone with a clinical foundation in Chinese medicine.