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100 clock hours of instruction in East Asian medical theory, diagnosis:

  • 100 clock hours of instruction in East Asian medical theory, diagnosis:

    Posted by David on May 3, 2022 at 1:21 am

    The student must demonstrate the ability

    • to acquire and utilize the knowledge of basic principles of East Asian medicine, modes of diagnosis, and treatment strategies in the care of patients.
    • collect and organize relevant data to facilitate the development of an East Asian medicine-based diagnosis.
    • describe the biomedical pathophysiological process responsible for the patient’s clinical presentation.
    • describe common diagnostic imaging tests such as medical radiology (X-rays), magnetic resonance imaging tests (MRI), computed tomography scans (CT), and ultrasound.
    • interpret objective and subjective data from the assessment of the patient and relevant reported findings from laboratory or diagnostic imaging tests to formulate a diagnosis and treatment plan pursuant to East Asian medicine principles and theory.
    • explain the fundamental theory underlying the application of East Asian medical
      bodywork.
    • utilize East Asian medical bodywork techniques and theory to treat conditions such as
      acute pain, chronic pain, musculoskeletal conditions, and internal conditions.
    • integrate East Asian medical bodywork techniques and principles into an East Asian
      medicine-based treatment plan.

    100 clock hours of instruction in East Asian medical theory, diagnosis, and related studies.

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