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Pulse Diagnosis at FCIM
Saturday, March 21, 2020, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST
Category: FSOMA CEU Event

The Pulse Atlas: Guide to Pulse Diagnosis Workshop

FSOMA and FCIM are proud to present this deep training in the pulse

Location: FCIM Campus
               7100 Lake Ellenor Drive
               Orlando, FL. 32809
               Phone: 407.888.8689
Cost: Non Members $200
          FSOMA Members and FCIM Alumni save 20% (FCIM Alumni & Staff contact Mary Simmons for the Discount code)
          FSOMA Student Members $25

*Part of the proceeds go towards the Lynn Thames Scholarship Fund

This Workshop is designed specifically for the needs of the APs in the Orlando area, FCIM alumni, faculty, and current FCIM students who would like a day of in-depth pulse training. This workshop has a lot of practical hands-on, visual aids and discussion. Greg will engage and inspire you to experience the pulses in greater depth. This workshop is based on years of research and imagery from his book, The Pulse Atlas: An Illustrative Guide to Pulse Diagnosis.

Here are some things that will be covered:

  • The yin and yang of the pulse
  • The physical organ vs The function of the organ in the pulse
  • Qualitative vs Quantitative aspects
  • Breaking down the lo-cations more precisely
  • Locating pain through the pulse and letting that guide your acu-point
  • The foundational diagnosis from the pulse.

Greg Cicciu L.Ac.

Headshot Greg CicciuGreg Cicciu, L.Ac., author of the 2011 publication, “The Pulse Atlas: An Illustrative Guide to Pulse Diagnosis”, began studying Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1993 where he began acupuncture school at the first of two schools he attended before graduating in 1998 from the Florida Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine!   His pulse studies began while in a five element school in Jacksonville, Florida, having to feel 24 different peoples’ pulses per week for the entire program.  Later he met and studied with the late Jim Ramholz, an accomplished Master pulse diagnostician.  He has been providing Chinese medical services, acupuncture, Chinese herbs and massage in Colorado since 1998 and is currently a head supervisor in the CSTCM Student Clinic. Greg also lectures on TCM and wellness topics such as Auriculotherapy, Tuina, and Acupressure for horses and dogs.

To Purchase Greg's Books and Tools Click Here
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