Table of Contents

PART 1: Why Palpation and How to Perform it
1.Touch as Therapy. Notes and Touch 2. Traditional Chinese Medicine and Japanese Acupuncture: Similarities and Differences. How to use the Tiger Thermic and the Lion Thermic Warmers .3. Why Abdominal Diagnosis? 4. Abdominal Maps in History: Classical and Modified 5. Theoretical Clarifications. How to find your DominantEye 6. General Palpation Skills 7. Physical Examination I: The Healthy Hara Components, Charactersitcies and Clinical Significance. Mental Degeneration Stages of Progression 8. Part 1: The Relationship Between the Etiological Causes of Disease and the Pathophysiology of Tension. Part 2: The Pathophysiology of Tension in Vulnerable areas Stomach, Navel, Scars, Thighs, Sinuses, Neck and Back. Learn the Patterns of Stress. Protect Your Heart. 9. Physical Examination II: Part 1: The Palpation Schema. Part 2: the Clinical Energetics of the Clearance Points, Palpation Method and Differential Diagnosis. Four Ways to Eliminate Blood Stasis 10. A Brief Guide to the Use of the Navel Microsystem for Diagnosis and Root Treatment According to Classical Chin and Japanese Traditions. 11. A Treatment Outline to the Japanese Physical Exam. 12. Overview of the Integrative Process How to Put it Together. 13. Theoretical Clarifications The Eight Curious Vessels. 14. The Concept of Diagnosis and the Needle Schema. 15. The Law of Cure and the Concept of the Healing Crisis

PART 2: Treatment of Disease
16.The Tonsillar Treatment. 17. The Major Complaint. 18. Japanese Physical Exam: The Significance and Treatment of Scar Tissue. 19. Japanese Physical Exam: The Treatment ofInner Thigh Compression. 20. Japanese Physical Exam: The Treatment of the Sinuses. 21. Japanese Physical exam: The Treatment of Neck Tension. Headache Management Plan. A Word about the Thyroid Gland. Recommendations to Prevent Adrenal Exhaustion. 22. Japanese Physical Exam: The Differential Diagnosis of Back Pain. 23. Acute Abdominal Syndrome


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About the author

Skya Gardner-Abbate

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Clinical Medicine, Southwest Acupuncture College, Santa Fe/ Albuquerque/ Boulder, USA