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Paradigm 5: Traditional Chinese Medicine / Acupuncture


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Erroneous paradigms *** 12 *** Modern Medicine
Paradigm 5: Traditional Chinese Medicine / Acupuncture

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a science that develops from More than 6,000 years. Modern Medicine is a science that develops 160 years. (Since the beginning of the development of modern medicine, the discovery of the anesthesia in 1846, which initiated the development of modern surgery). The history of the development of the TMC is thus about 40 times longer! Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) does not fit today's understanding of the concept of science, namely the strict, precise definitionconcepts. Agrees not to use only those therapies, that have been tested on all sides and for which there is no doubt that you know how they work, even if this action was little in their effectiveness.

The TMC uses the concepts are far from modern concepts of textbooks of physiology or biochemistry, and only for those reasons, reject the wonderful achievements of dozens of generations of wise men, who all this system formed.

These concepts (eg energy Qi, Yin and Yang energies, the theory of five elements: earth, fire, water, air and metal), though sounding a bit strange today, but were created by very careful observation of the surrounding world and, above all observation of human morbidity. These concepts are an attempt to interpret and to describe the observed phenomena using the concepts of what contemporary in those days were available.

There are two arguments that should tell everyone to think how is actually a highly developed TMC?

1. Time study. The Ancient Chinese Medicine studied 10 years, 66% more than we spent time in medical studies currently under contemporary medicine. It may be concluded that the amount of information which had to be learned students of medicine was at least half greater ...(?)

2. The healthcare system in ancient China. The patient pays his doctor (let's call him - family) when he was healthy when he started to get sick - ceased to pay. This system is so definitely stronger than in today's world, motivated doctors to explore the knowledge and skills.

I'm not saying that the TMC is better than modern medicine. However, Certainly it is an invaluable complement to, because its main focus is on human autonomic system. And this Modern medicine treats definitely neglect. Just look at textbooks in neurology - what the volume is devoted to to discuss these issues - this is usually the small rozdzialik the end of the book.


It is a proven fact that acupuncture points are points of less electrical resistance than surrounding skin, the greater the capacitance of these points, the acupuncture points very often located in areas of piercing the nerve fibers by fascia or skin. Acupuncture points that affect the organ is a very common innervated by the same segment of the spinal cord at this organ.

Academic medicine is the obvious fact that the diseased organs may create the impression of pain in distant parts of the body. For example, myocardial Heart pain can manifest itself in your wrists. But for some reason the possibility of the opposite relationship (ie, that stimulating a point on the skin will affect the sick organ) is for today doctors impossible to imagine.

tbc ...

MD Piotr Krzysztof Michalak

Paradigm 5: Traditional Chinese Medicine / Acupuncture

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