Pulse history examination

The main signs of a lack of a functional state of the body are: inhibited consciousness, deviations of the psychological state, fluctuations in the emotional background, physical and mental asthenia, muscle weakness, lethargy. The pulse is small, soft, slow, weak. Breathing is shallow, slow, with different parameters of vibrations and urges. The ratio of the number of breaths to the number of heartbeats per minute is on average 1/4.

The places and methods of exposure for each patient, during his treatment with Thai massage Kiev and diagnosis, are used different, depending on the location of the root cause of the disease.

For the most adequate history, the pulse can be examined. This kind of research, improved over many hundreds of years, is of great interest in our time. After all, it makes it possible to more purposefully carry out modern, very advanced laboratory and instrumental-hardware studies of the patient.

In the East, great importance is also given to the study of the pulse. Even today, despite the introduction
in medical practice of electronic diagnostic equipment, pulse diagnostic methods remain among the most important research methods. And for doctors involved in acupuncture, they are the main both in diagnosis and treatment.
On this occasion, the proverb of the East says that practicing acupuncture without a pulse diagnosis is tantamount to swimming in the ocean without a compass.

In many modern works conducted by well-known osteopaths and kinesitherapists, as a confirmation of the material described above, it seems that any treatment should be started with the correct diagnosis, and only then should the chain of the pathological link be analyzed, starting with the key reason.

Modern Western medicine knows a number of diseases for which a certain type of pulse is characteristic; At one time, this was of great importance both for the treatment of myofascial release and for prognosis. Currently, in connection with the introduction of instrumental research methods, pulse diagnostics is exhausted by a minimum number of indicators; all the knowledge about the pulse, which has been accumulated for centuries by practical medicine, began to disappear from Western medical literature.

In eastern medicine, pulse diagnostics continue to improve and, together with other research methods, bring great help to a medical practitioner.