How to learn Integrative Chinese Medicine (ICM)?

To answer this question first of all you have to make the following decision:

Decide at what level of competence you are now …

There are three levels:

1st Level: You never heard about TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) or ICM (Integrative Chinese Medicine) but you want to start treating patients with herbs and you want to be a Herbal Practitioner >>> continue here

2nd Level: You have or have not experiences in TCM and you want to become a ICM-Practitioner. A ICM-Practitioner is able to successfully use proven herbal treatment, acupuncture and/or yangsheng lifestyle counseling on the basis of chinese syndrom diagnosis >>> continue here

3rd Level: You have experiences in ICM on an ICM-Practitioner-Level and you want to become a Master in ICM. A ICM-Master is able to analyze and adjust proven herbal formulas, acupuncture formulas and/or to apply yangsheng lifestyle coaching to the patient/client >>> continue here

 

1st Level: Herbal Practitioner

This is your situation: You never heard about TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) or ICM (Integrative Chinese Medicine) but you want to start treating patients with herbal prescriptions.

In the following video Jeremy Ross ist explaining how you can use the book “The Prescriptions” to treat patients with herbal medicine and to be a Herbal Pracitioner.

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Book “The Prescriptions”

Description of the book

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2nd Level: ICM-Practitioner

This is your situation: You have or have not experiences in TCM and you want to become a ICM-Practitioner. As an ICM-Practitioner you will be able to successfully use proven herbal treatment, acupuncture and/or yangsheng lifestyle counseling on the basis of chinese syndrom diagnosis.

On your way to become a ICM-Practitioner you first of all have to learn chinese syndrom diagnosis on the basis of temperature, 4 imbalances system, 5 organs system and the differential questions.

In the following video Jeremy Ross is explaining the diagnostic process in Integrative Chinese Medicine.

To be continued

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