Traditional Chinese Medicine at Yin Yang University
Yin Yang University ("Yin Yang U") mission is to educate and empower practitioners the world over utilizing Traditional Chinese Medicine. Our overarching mission is to educate and empower practitioners worldwide, so as to achieve meaningful results in diagnosing and treating a wide variety of health conditions via best practices found within the field of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In connection with this mission, we have organized a readily comprehensible overview of Chinese Medicine in order to provide practitioners information, diagnostic techniques and therapies appropriate for treating various maladies using Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques.
For more than 2,000 years, Traditional Chinese Medicine has been practiced using acupuncture, herbals, massage and exercise, as well as dietary and ancillary therapies. The overarching concepts of the body, and of disease, can be traced to books such as "The Yellow Emperor's Inner Canon" and the "Treatise on Cold Damage" details principals under which the body's vital energy passes through "Meridians" that flows to bodily organs and functions. Hence, Traditional Chinese Medicine primarily focuses on symptoms, so as to properly identify, and then treat, the underlying "disharmony" in the flow of vital energy.
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Supplementing the knowledgebase found within Yin Yang University, practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine can also create a customer account to input a wide variety of patient symptoms into a database that will thereafter provide output detailing recommended Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments regimines. This approach can be utilized to timely secure a primary or secondary opinion as to treatment regimines. The information delivered often includes a combination of therapy options including a wide variety physical treatments, herbal remedies, patented Chinese Medicine regimines, exercise, dietary changes and ancillary treatment options.