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New Online Acupuncture Class for the Treatment of Urinary Bladder Conditions


The Integrative Healing Society has released a new online acupuncture course for the treatment of urinary conditions.  The course is intended for students and professionals of Chinese medicine and acupuncture, and it follows the release of the book and online course Meridian Circuit Systems: A Channel Based Approach to Pattern Identification. 

In each of these courses the author teaches how to use the connections between the meridians to determine channel based syndromes and patterns.  This form of meridian therapy is unique because rather than relying on zang-fu patterns for diagnosis, Meridian Circuit Systems teaches how to apply advanced forms of channel diagnosis. 

Central to the teachings are identifying what meridians connect to the urinary bladder, and determining what the author calls meridian circuits.  A meridian circuit is defined as a network of meridians that share associations according to the horary cycle, traditional Chinese names, and the internal-external relationships.  For the urinary bladder meridian, it shares connections with the kidneys, lungs, and small intestine.  When these associations are developed into circuits, we find 4 major meridian patterns for treating urinary bladder symptoms.  These meridian patterns may be identified as a tai yang - tai yin syndrome, a tai yang - shao yin pattern, a metal - water syndrome, or a tai yang - liver/lung pattern.

For urinary conditions that occur with accompanying kidney signs and symptoms, a tai yang - shao yin pattern is likely to be identified.  However, if a urinary condition occurs with a predominance of spleen symptoms then it is most likely that a tai yang - tai yin pattern is present.  When these types of meridian based patterns have been identified, it may be compared to zang-fu patterns, and this can lend additional insight into designing effective treatment strategies. 

In addition to offering online acupuncture courses on meridian therapies, the Integrative Healing Society also offers educational tours to China for students and professionals of Chinese medicine.  For more information about the information contained in this report visit:


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