Fire Your Doctor and Hire an Eastern Medicine Practitioner

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Are you tired of being sick?

Medical bills on your mind?

Insurance premiums at an all time high?

I'm not a doctor but there are more qualities to treating a patient when it come to working with an Eastern Medicine Practitioner than you think. 

Most of my patients come from around the world. The are lifetime cruisers who live to see the world from their treatment room table.  Every moment that I get to spend with my patients is magical. 

Life at sea is such an interesting life. It's been almost ten months since I started this journey. 

 I knew that I would one day I would have to hire a business strategist to share my talent with the world on a different level, and I did.

To kick off our first session I was instructed to take a personality test and was very surprised by what I found out about myself. 

I'm don't often look too deep into what test say about me, however the results of this test was interesting. This personality test was an eye opener.

I'm an Advocate. Oh, What's that mean? 

An Advocate share a unique combination of traits: though soft-spoken, they have very strong opinions and will fight tirelessly for an idea they believe in. They are decisive and strong-willed, but will rarely use that energy for personal gain – Advocates will act with creativity, imagination, conviction and sensitivity not to create advantage, but to create balance.

Egalitarianism and karma are very attractive ideas to Advocates, and they tend to believe that nothing would help the world so much as using love and compassion to soften the hearts of tyrants.

I Advocate Chinese Medicine and how it's interecate details are shaping the lives we want to live needle by needle. 

 

Soften the hearts of tyrants

Soften the hearts of tyrants

Chinese Medicine Diagnosis for Hiccup's

Main manifestations for hiccups caused by food retention are, loud hiccups, epigastric and abdominal distention, anorexia, thick stick tongue coating, rolling and forceful pulse. Stagnation of Qi continual hiccups, the attack of hiccups caused by emotional changes or in server cases. Symptoms also include distending pain and chest congestion, hypochondriac pain with think tongue coating, string-taught and forceful pulse.

Cold in Stomach- Hiccup is alleviated by warmth and aggravated by cold, discomfort and pain the epigastrium, preference for warmth. Tongue has a thin white coating and pulse is slow.

Decline of Stomach Qi- Hiccup is low and weak, lassitude, emaciation, light tongue proper, enlarged tongue with teeth marks, thready pulse weak and irregular intermittent pulse.

Click here to view an illustrated version of Hiccup Flow Chart. All content provided by Dr. Tong at Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine.