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One of the main differences between 5 element and TCM is diagnosing and treating the level of your patients’ dis-ease.
In 5e, it’s crucial for the practitioner to ascertain on which level – body, mind, or spirit – their patient’s discomfort is primarily located during every treatment.
Here’s how and why we need to diagnose level for our patients to get the best treatment outcomes.
Integrating the 5 Elements into Your TCM Practice It’s easier than you think and benefits you and your patients
One of the biggest questions I get from practitioners is if they can integrate the 5 elements and TCM into their diagnostic and treatment process.
Yes you definitely can, and it’s easier than you might think.
Let’s dive into why you can integrate them so smoothly, how you might integrate them, and the main benefits of doing so.
Why You Need to Know Your Own Elements As a Practitioner Enhance your clinical abilities and your own health
As practitioners, we know that our role is to help our patients heal.
What many of us often overlook is how our own health and internal balance contributes to our patients’ progress.
The 5 elements are an excellent tool to help you understand your patients, but also to increase your insight into yourself.
Here’s how knowing your own elements as a practitioner can enhance your clinical abilities and lead to happier, healthier patients.