Traditional Chinese Medicine Learning Tools

The files available here are for your use and relate to the classes at AOMA Graduate School for Integrated Medicine.
 
Please understand that I am a recent graduate from AOMA, and that my knowledge of TCM is just beginning. I built these files as study guides and  learning tools to help me grasp the material being presented and to help me prepare for my work as a clinician and for the NCCAOM Board Exams. The files are offered with the understanding that they derive from my limited knowledge base. I take full responsibility for all errors and omissions, which are, I hope, few. If, however, you find any opportunities for me to improve my understanding of the universe (typo's, data errors), please feel free to let me know and I'll attend to them for the benefit of all. I recommend that you check back occasionally for an updated version of any file, because I do make changes to existing files as I learn....think of it as adaptive evolution! My intent is to offer something that might help you as you learn; so take what is useful to you and feel free to share this page with others who might benefit. Happy learning!



For those of you who like a double-entendre, the Gulf Fritillary passing to the side of the statue is obviously a Buddha-fly.

Acupuncture Diagnostics and Disease Treatment
 
Five-Element Relationships (just the first table from the correspondences .pdf).

Meridian Theory & Point Locations
 
Special Points Categories  (file will load as an .xlsx file).
Named Points (ALL the named points between the Jing Well through He Sea points)
Herbal Formulations (loads as a sort-able excel file. Sort by Single Herbs to see what functions each herb has across multiple formulae. Sort by Formula to see which herbs are in each formula...enjoy).

Biomedicine & Tuina

Blood Pressure Enzyme Pathway (Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone)
Physical Assessments (this file includes cervical and lumbar spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle, chest & abdomen).
Vitamins

Mind-Body