Graph Analysis #5: Triple Energizer Continued
Posted on 09:01, July 27th, 2012 by Kimberly Thompson, L.Ac.
As promised, I wanted to share with you the progress of my patient with the Triple Energizer nightmare. If you haven’t caught my last couple of blogs, here are the links which will bring you up to date on this difficult case study.
Here is a quick recap:
I have a patient who consistently has excess in the Triple Energizer channel. We are talking about months and months of chronic excess in this channel. I’ve tried using the sedation point, electrical stimulation, cupping, massage, TCM points, etc. Nothing seemed to be working. After some deeper study of the Triple Energizer channel from the book: Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine by Dr. Wang Ju-Yi, I decided to try a new approach.
In my last blog, I showed you these two graphs:
This graph was typical for her. She has had either excess or a split with excess in the Triple Energizer channel for months.
Treatment: I balanced the graph, but added in a special combination focused toward clearing heat and moving qi and blood in the Triple Energizer channel.
This graph was taken two days later. After one treatment, she had a nice shift. Notice how nice the TE channel looks. After balancing the graph, I repeated the above treatment.
Are you ready to see what happened next? The results were unbelievable….
Isn’t this graph beautiful??? There isn’t much more to say, except that acupuncture is AMAZING! AcuGraph is an incredible tool which allowed me to analyze and document my patient’s progress. I was able to evaluate my previous treatment progress and realize that something wasn’t working.
What started out as an experimental treatment, turned into documented objective evidence that my new approach to treatment was working. A big shift happened in this patient’s health. Not only did my patient ‘feel’ the changes, but an obvious change showed up on the graph as well. Who can argue with this type of documented evidence? I am ecstatic and my patient is thrilled.
I love my job–both treating patients and working for Miridia Technology. If I can answer any personal questions for you about my experience with the AcuGraph, please email or call me personally: 208-846-8448.
Have a great week everyone!
Kimberly Thompson, L.Ac.