Among the many classical techniques of diagnosing patients in Ayurveda, pulse reading is one of the most important methods that have been used throughout centuries. Pulse reading is not only limited to checking the heart rate of the patient, but it goes deeper into understanding overall health and detecting any abnormality and overall physiology of the patient. A ton of vital information is revealed to a person who is well versed in the technique of pulse reading.
A pulse can be felt by applying firm fingertip pressure to the skin where the arteries travel. The problem with conventional pulse diagnosing techniques is that it often misses on the different points in the pulse which leaves out a lot of information necessary for an accurate diagnosis.
There are different types of pulse formations, but the skill to observe and draw diagnostic information accurately was difficult to pass on from one practitioner to new learner. In this course, Dr Sanjay Chhajed - an accomplished Naadi Guru and prolific teacher shares his knowledge in an easy to understand technique with tons of practical demonstrations
Exhaustive practical demonstration of diagnostic techniques on how to place finger on the key pulse areas
Enhance your knowledge of the diagnosis through the powerful technique of pulse diagnosis which will help you in arriving at correct diagnosis of your patients and clients
Deducing both mental and physical constitution of patients as defined by the pulse diagnostic principles
Less-known techniques to understand the movement of toxins in the body and how to diagnose toxin related disorders
Powerful knowledge that will empower you to understand that extent of tissue damage and degeneration end up patient
Diagnose the imbalance in Doshas and Subdoshas
Detailed explanation of best practices and correct techniques to minimise errors and to arrive at the correct diagnosis
Ayurveda is one of the vastest Health Sciences with numerous aspects most of which are not completely known or taught in traditional institutions. This unique course taught by one of the most reputed authorities in pulse diagnosis in the world, Dr Sanjay Chhajed will give you a deep insight into the techniques of diagnosing diseases by observing movements and frequencies of the radial artery in the wrist of your client or patient. After completing this course you will be empowered with a precise technique of arriving at the correct conclusions in order to deliver an effective treatment plan.
In this course you will learn about:
- The fundamentals of pulse diagnosis as described in Ayurveda
- Understanding the formation and location of pulse in the human body and where you can observe it in the most accurate form
- Then at me and Physiology of pulse end pulsations
- A deep understanding of the various levels of pulsations and identifying the exact location of each of the different 7 forms of pulsation
- Concept of prakriti and how false diagnosis can define the prakriti of your patient
- Understanding the different sub levels of doshas and diagnosing different problems at every level using the correct technique
- How to put all the five levels together and arrive at the correct diagnosis
- How to integrate the diagnosis in your overall treatment plan
Module 1: Introduction to Pulse Reading
In the first module you will learn the very basics of pulse grading as defined in the higher Vedic classical textbooks. this will be the foundation of the history of pulse reading and how it has been used throughout centuries to arrive at the correct diagnosis. It will also explain new how and where to use it correctly in order to maximize your diagnostic accuracy. This module includes:
Lecture 1: Introduction to Pulse Reading
Lecture 2: History of Pulse Reading
Lecture 3: History of Ayurveda Pulse Reading
Module 2: Formation and Location of Pulse
The second module takes a deep dive into the location of the pulse in the human body and how to locate it with the fingertips for a precise reading. There are several fundamental aspects of these subtle signs which must be realized in order to be able to take correct ratings and this module will explain all of those different things in details. This module includes:
Lecture 1: What Is Pulse and Pulsation?
Lecture 2: How Pulse Is Found and The Variations in Pulsation
Lecture 3: Locations of Pulsations
Module 3: Anatomy and Physiology of Pulse
The third module explores the anime of the human pulse, taking you through the Physiology off pulse and how Ayurveda draws the correct conclusions after taking the right observations. This module includes:
Lecture 1: Anatomy of Pulse
Lecture 2: Physiology of Pulse
Lecture 3: Ayurveda Concept of Pulse
Module 4: Various Levels of Pulse and Identification
This module explains the various levels of pulse formations, teaches you how to identify the exact location of pulse. This module includes:
Lecture 1: Identifying the Exact Location of Pulse
Lecture 2: Various Levels in The Pulse
Lecture 3: Identifying the First Level
Module 5: Pulse Expressions
In this module you will learn more about the different types of pulse expressions, the various findings that can be drawn from observing the expressions and using the immediate expression. This module includes:
Lecture 1: Immediate Expression
Lecture 2: Various Findings in Immediate Expression
Lecture 3: Understanding Immediate Expression
Module 6: Superficial Pulse Levels
Superficial pulse levels deals with understanding how to reach those levels and understand the outcome of the observations. This module will teach you more on reaching the superficial level of pulse and deducing the meanings.
Lecture 1: How to Reach Superficial Level?
Lecture 2: Findings in Superficial Levels
Lecture Tree: Understanding Superficial Level
Module 7: Understanding Gati
The movement and variations of pulsation is key to deducing the meaning of the pulse readings. In this module you will discover the different types and know about the impact of Gati on the overall diagnosis.
Lecture 1: What Is Gati and The Various Gatis
Lecture 2: Identifying Sarpa, Manduka and Hunts Gati
Lecture 3 Impact of Gati In Diagnosis
Module 8: Prakriti and Pulse
Naadi diagnosis is also very effective in identifying the Prakriti of the person. This module goes through the fundamental concept of Prakriti and reaching the deep levels. This module includes:
Lecture 1: Concept of Prakriti
Lecture 2: Reaching the Deep Levels
Lecture 3: Understanding Prakriti
Module 9: Subdosha Levels
Moving into the more complex topics of this course, in this module you will learn about the diameter of the pulse and reach the subdosha level understanding of the health status.
Lecture 1: Understanding the Diameter Of Pulse
Lecture 2: Reaching Subdosha Level
Lecture 3: Understanding Subdoshas
Module 10: Understanding Dhatus
Throughout this module, you will be taught how to reach the dhatu levels in order to understand the different types of Dhatus
Lecture 1: Reaching Dhatu Levels
Lecture 2: Understanding the Types Of Dhatus
Lecture 3: Identifying Dhatus Through Pulse Readings
Module 11: Concluding the Diagnosis
Lecture 1: How to Put All the Five Levels Together?
Lecture 2: How to Carry the Process?
Lecture 3: How to Reach Diagnosis?