Hundred patterns of pulse for accurate diagnosis and healing in acupuncture
International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Open Access

ISSN: 2329-9096

Hundred patterns of pulse for accurate diagnosis and healing in acupuncture

International Conference on Kinesiology and Biomechanics

November 05-06, 2018 Singapore

Sumita Satarkar

International Quantum University for Integrative Medicine, USA

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Int J Phys Med Rehabil

Abstract :

Pulse is one of the most important diagnostic tools used from ancient times, which needs accuracy and focus. Unlike any other faculty of medicine, this age old science of alternative healing is a study of energy which neither can be measured nor be seen. It can only be palpated at the wrist. Palpation and its interpretation bring forth the detail analysis of energy and its patterns and thus further can be accurately diagnose the exact illness or disorder is called a pulse diagnosis. Because of the need of going deeper into understanding and knowledge, was started researching and studying this subject intensely and got some extraordinary results. The pulse has dynamism, fluidity and changeability. It is multi-dimensional in depth, rate, rhythm, strength, shape, etc. reflecting the overall wellbeing in person, identifying the state of mental, emotional and spiritual health. The pulse is the study of around 1,00,000 patients so far, has shown a clear, multi-layered and textured picture of these dimensions. This led to go deeper into analyzing it further, to finally find approximately 100 definite patterns, proving as the most effective guiding tool in diagnosing the complete ill and/or otherwise condition of patients and help to understand the line of treatment and prognosis of the disease.

Biography :

Sumita Satarkar has completed her PhD from Open International University for Complementary Medicines, Colombo and is doing another PhD in Integrative Medicine at International Quantum University of Integrative Medicine, United States. She has presented more than 50 papers in national and international conferences in India and overseas. She is 1st Indian woman Acupuncturist represented in United Nations, New York.

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