Using Differential Questions for Chinese Syndromes

Faster, Easier, Safer, and more Successful Chinese Differential Diagnosis

This course at a glance

Date: 

22./23. February 2020

Day/Time: 

Sa./Su., 9:00–17:00

Hours: 

14 hours

Teacher: 

Jeremy Ross

 

Language: 

English

Cost:

CHF 450.–

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About this course

Many students and practitioners could benefit from a system for fast and clear differentiation of Chinese syndromes, and a
fast, clear system of choosing herbs and points.

 

Jeremy Ross has developed a new system of diagnosis and treatment that can be applied for any discipline using Chinese Medicine. The basis of this system is classifying patients, herbs, points, Chinese syndromes, and all diseases according to an innovative system of four imbalances and five organs. A system of three key questions helps to differentiate each main Chinese syndrome. The practitioner can ask the patient these questions to make differentiation faster and easier, and more thorough.

 

Major subjects will include:

  • how to compose and modify herb combinations

  • the system of four imbalances and five organs

  • (free interactive pdf)

  • five-stage differential question process

  • three differential questions for each main syndrome of the

  • Chinese organ systems

  • acupuncture points and Western herb combinations

«Das Fachwissen kombiniert mit der Prise englischem Humor von Jeremy Ross, beides ist einfach einmalig. Jeremy ist ein hochqualifizierter Referent. Ich wünschte, er wäre mehr in der Schweiz zu hören.»

Yvonne K., Participant

«Klare Strukturen. Transparenz und Gliederung des Stoffes. Die Persönlichkeit von Jeremy Ross selber. Er schafft ein echte Auseinandersetzung mit den Teilnehmern und dem Stoff.»

Eve R., Participant

About the Teacher

Jeremy Ross has a BSc in biology from the University of Birmingham, specializing in plant physiology and biochemistry. He graduated from the National Institute of Medical Herbalists UK in 1982, and gained a doctorate in acupuncture from the British College of Acupuncture in 1985. In 1988 he completed a two-year training in Chinese herbal medicine with Ted Kaptchuk, followed by further training at the International College in Nanjing, China. After 17 years of clinical practice in Bristol, England, he practiced for 10 years in Seattle, USA, and in 2004 returned back to Bristol. For 25 years, Jeremy Ross has specialized on the integration of Western Herbs, Chinese Medicine, and Phytopharmacology. He is the author of three textbooks on this topic and is the leader in this field.

Jeremy Ross