The Medical Theory of Channels and Collaterals

Module 1 Course introduction
Unit 1 1. Course introduction
Unit 2 1.1 The three concepts
Unit 3 1.2 The difference between channel and organ
Unit 4 1.3 The roots of channels and collaterls
Unit 5 1.4 The meaning of the characters jīng luò [經絡]
Unit 6 1.5 The definition of the channel system
Unit 7 1.6 The anatomical identity and functions of the channels
Unit 8 1.7 The 6 skin areas and the sinew channels
Unit 9 1.8 The collaterals channels
Module 2 Points categories
Unit 1 2.1 Acupuncture point definition
Unit 2 2.2 The two types of qi circulation
Unit 3 2.2 The five transport points
Unit 4 2.3 The Jing and Spring points (5 transport)
Unit 5 2.4 The Stream River and Sea points (5 transport)
Unit 6 2.5 Five phases point category
Unit 7 2.6 The source, collateral and cleft points (1)
Unit 8 2.7 The 8 confluent, lower uniting, 12 heavenly star, 4 command points categories
Unit 9 2.8 The back transport and collecting, 8 gatherings, 4 seas points
Module 3 3. Hand Tai yin Lung channel
Unit 1 3. Hand tai yin lung channel
Unit 2 3.1 Hand tai yin channel's exterior and interior pathways
Unit 3 3.2 Lung's Inner canon and organ functions
Unit 4 3.3 The lung is the commander of qi
Unit 5 3.4 Hand tai yin qi transformation
Unit 6 3.5 The relationships between other channels
Unit 7 3.6 Hand tai yin clinical applications (2)
Unit 8 3.7 Hand tai yin clinical applications (1)
Unit 9 3.8 Hand tai yin sinew channel
Unit 10 3.9 Hand tai yin sinew collateral and divergent channels and Q&A session
Module 4 4. Hand yang ming Large Intestine channel
Unit 1 4. Hand yang ming large intestine channel
Unit 2 4.1 Hand yang ming channel pathways and He Gu point
Unit 3 4.3 The nature of channel and treatment principals
Unit 4 4.4 Hand yang ming clinical application (1)
Unit 5 4.5 Hand yang ming clinical application (2)
Unit 6 4.6 Hand yang ming sinew and collateral channels
Unit 7 4.7 Hand yang ming collateral and divergent channels and Q&A session
Module 5 5. Foot yang ming Stomach channel
Unit 1 5. Foot yang ming Stomach channel
Unit 2 5.1 Foot yang ming external and internal pathways and ST36 point
Unit 3 5.2 The inner cannon and channel qi transformation
Unit 4 5.3 Foot yang ming associations with other channels
Unit 5 5.4 Foot yang ming clinical application (1)
Unit 6 5.5 Foot yang ming clinical application (2)
Unit 7 5.6 Foot yang ming clinical application (3)
Unit 8 5.7 Foot yang ming clinical application and sinew channel
Unit 9 5.8 Foot yang ming collateral channel
Unit 10 5.9 Foot yang ming divergent channel and Q&A session
Module 6 6. Foot tai yin Spleen channel
Unit 1 6. Foot tai yin Spleen channel
Unit 2 6.1 san yin jiao (SP6) and DM 77-12
Unit 3 6.2 The Channel pathway and inner classic
Unit 4 6.3 Organ function and channel qi transformation
Unit 5 6.4 Channel relationships and clinical application
Unit 6 6.5 Foot tai yin clinical application
Unit 7 6.6 The sinew channel
Unit 8 6.7 Sinew and collateral channels
Unit 9 6.8 The great collateral and divergent channels
Module 7 7. Hand shao yin Heart channel
Unit 1 7. Hand shao yin Heart channel
Unit 2 7.1 The Bao Mai and HT5 point
Unit 3 7.2 Hand Shao yin channel pathway and inner cannon
Unit 4 7.3 Hand shao yin channel qi transformation
Unit 5 7.4 Hand shao yin clinical application (1)
Unit 6 7.5 Hand shao yin clinical application (2)
Unit 7 7.6 Hand shao yin sinew and collateral channels
Unit 8 7.7 The divergent channel and Q&A section
Module 8 8. Hand tai yang Small Intestine channel
Unit 1 8. Hand tai yang Small Intestine channel
Unit 2 8.1 Channel pathway and qi transformation
Unit 3 8.2 Summary of physiological and other channels relationship
Unit 4 8.3 Hand tai yang clinical application (1)
Unit 5 8.4 Hand tai yang clinical application (2)
Unit 6 8.5 Hand tai yang sinew collateral and divergent channels
Unit 7 8.6 The divergent channel and Q&A
Module 9 9. Foot tai yang Urinary Bladder channel
Unit 1 9. Foot tai yang Urinary bladder channel
Unit 2 9.1 The channel pathway
Unit 3 9.2 The plain question and channel qi transformation
Unit 4 9.3 Foot tai yang and other channels relationship
Unit 5 9.4 Foot tai yang clinical application (1)
Unit 6 9.5 Foot tai yang clinical application (2)
Unit 7 9.6 Foot tai yang clinical application (3)
Unit 8 9.7 Foot tai yang sinew channel
Unit 9 9.8 Foot tai yang collateral and divergent channels
Module 10 10. Foot shao yin Kidney channel
Unit 1 10. Foot shao yin Kidney channel
Unit 2 10.1 The concept of fire within the scope shao yin
Unit 3 10.2 Foot shao yin channel pathway and the inner classic
Unit 4 10.3 Kidney shao yin organ function and channel qi transformation
Unit 5 10.4 Foot shao yin relationship with other channels
Unit 6 10.5 Foot shao yin clinical application
Unit 7 10.6 Foot shao yin sinew channel
Module 11 11. Hand jue yin channel introduction
Unit 1 11. Hand jue yin Pericardium channel
Unit 2 11.1 Hand jue yin channel pathway and the inner classic
Unit 3 11.2 Hand jue yin organ syndromes
Unit 4 11.3 Hand jue yin channel qi transformation
Unit 5 11.4 Hand jue yin relationship with other channels
Unit 6 11.5 Hand jue yin clinical application
Unit 7 11.6 Hand jue yin sinew channel
Unit 8 11.7 Hand jue yin collateral and divergent channels
Module 12 12. Hand shao yang San Jiao channel
Unit 1 12. Hand shao yang San Jiao channel
Unit 2 12.1 What is the San Jiao organ
Unit 3 12.2 The inner classic and Q&A section
Unit 4 12.3 hand shao yang channel's pathways
Unit 5 12.4 Hand shao yang channel qi transformation
Unit 6 12.5 hand shao yang relationships with other channels and clinical application
Unit 7 12.6 Hand shao yang channel clinical application (1)
Unit 8 12.7 Hand shao yang channel clinical application (2)
Unit 9 12.8 Hand shao yang sinew collateral and divergent channels
Module 13 13. Foot shao yang channel introduction
Unit 1 13. Foot shao yang Gall Bladder channel
Unit 2 13.1 Foot shao yang physiology and the inner classic
Unit 3 13.2 Foot shao yang channel pathway
Unit 4 13.3 Foot shao yang channel qi transformation
Unit 5 13.4 Foot shao yang clinical application
Unit 6 13.5 Foot shao yang sinew channel
Unit 7 13.6 Foot shao yang collateral and divergent channels
Module 14 14. Foot jue yin Liver channel
Unit 1 14. Foot jue yin Liver channel
Unit 2 14.1 Foot jue yin channel pathway and the inner classic
Unit 3 14.2 Liver organ function and channel qi transformation
Unit 4 14.3 Foot jue yin channel qi transformation and clinical application
Unit 5 14.4 Foot jue yin clinical application
Unit 6 14.5 Foot jue yin sinew collateral and divergent channels
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