The Two Ways the Body Makes Itself Known
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Jack has built on what the ancient Greek physician, Galen, said about diagnosis, and inferred much about the essential elements of taking an excellent case history. Jack has said for many years that, "Symptoms and Signs Constitute the Shadow of the Disharmony"™. The discussion here delves into the need to anchor the play of symptoms and signs into the totality of the patient's life and their 'felt needs.'
Drawing on the brilliant work of Patricia Benner, R.N., Ph.D. and Judith Wrubel, Ph.D, in 'The Primacy of Caring,' (Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., 1989), Jack highlights and attaches their discussion specifically to the practice of Chinese medicine.
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