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Dialogues on Applied Channel Theory

Wang Ju-Yi's Applied Channel Theory Research Center

Applied Channel Theory (經絡醫學 jīng luò yī xué) is an approach to acupuncture rooted in the dual research threads of classical texts and modern clinical application. Developed by Dr. Wang Ju–yi over 50 years in Beijing clinics, hospitals and research institutes, it involves the rigorous combination of theory and diagnostic technique. In addition to channel examination, Applied Channel Theory is a comprehensive system that includes channel theory, methods of channel diagnosis, the nature of acupuncture points, and various treatment methods. Dialogues on Applied Channel Theory is a series of discussions on Dr. Wang Ju-yi's medical system hosted by his official apprentices -- Yefim Gamgoneishvili, Jason Robertson, Nyssa Tang, Mei Li and Jonathan Chang. Conversations will cover a wide range of topics related to Applied Channel Theory, from clinical cases, to methods channel examination and deeper discussions on channel theory. This group is intended for licensed TCM practitioners and students at accredited TCM institutes. This podcast is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical care. Treatments described herein are not intended for self-medication or treatment by those who lack training in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dialogues on Applied Channel Theory, its hosts and guests are not responsible for any injury or damage that may result from the improper application of information from the podcast. www.channelpalpation.org
Episodes
Episode 38: Strategies for Combining Source (原/yuan) and Sea (合/he) Points December 04, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 37: Venting the Shao Yang October 24, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 36: Treating the Middle BurnerSeptember 05, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 35: Post-Stroke RehabilitationJuly 20, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 34: Answering Listeners’ QuestionsJune 30, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 33: Revisiting Old Friends -- Chat about Points (PC-6, LR-5 and more)June 01, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 32: An Unusual Case of Shoulder Pain in the Shaoyin Channel SinewsMay 13, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 31: Remembering Dr. Wang on the Tomb Sweeping DayApril 05, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 30: Treating Channel Sinews with the Tai Yang and Jue YinApril 02, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 29: LU-5 + KI-7 and Defensive Qi February 23, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 28: Case Studies and Points Related to the Extraordinary VesselsJanuary 22, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 27: Lung Channel and the Fall November 13, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 26: Wang Ju-Yi's Case Study Book October 30, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 25: Treatment of Chronic Pain October 01, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 24: Republished- A Discussion of Dr. Wang's Recently Translated Early WorkJuly 15, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 23: LR-5 June 09, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 22- Taiyin and Jueyin Qi Stagnation/鬱 yùMay 26, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 21: Insomnia and JueyinMay 12, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 20: Dr. LU-5 SP-9April 28, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 19: Palpation and Treatment of Back Shu Points April 09, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 18: Five Minds Part TwoMarch 23, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 17: Swimming with Dr. WangMarch 09, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 16: Discussion of a Chronic Upper Back Pain Case February 24, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 15: Recent Case Studies and Insights into Taiyin PhysiologyFebruary 10, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 14: Channel Confusion and ExhaustionJanuary 27, 2021 Episode artwork