The Measurement and Clinical Value of 28 Pulses

Sunday, 11/05 at 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM

The challenges that traditional Chinese medical pulse diagnosis faces need to be addressed to allow both our profession and patients to reap its benefits. Pulse diagnosis requires standardization and broad recognition to move forward. This course will involve detailed discussion of measurement and the clinical value of 28 pulses, followed by interaction to pulse confirmation and Q&A.

Jian Min Fan

Dr. Jian Min Fan received his medical degree and master’s degree of TCM from the world-famous Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine during the 1980s. Upon graduating with honor, he was appointed as a professor at Nanjing University of TCM and a physician at Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of TCM. He has been published many times and contributed to the national standard textbook in China several times, until 1991, when he came to the United States of America. He has since been a professor and a clinical supervisor at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and runs a clinic in San Diego. His wealth of knowledge in both Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine, his artistic lecture and teaching style, and his sterling reputation have earned him respect and appreciation from students, colleagues, and consumers.