In this class, we will learn simple, yet highly sophisticated, time-tested
self-diagnostic tools that will enable us to nip health concerns in the bud.
Traditional Chinese medicine has techniques for assessing the balance of
vital energy (chi) throughout the body. Deficient or stagnant chi produces
outward signs visible on the face, tongue, and eyes and can even alter our
voice patterns. We will learn to read these signs and symptoms so that
we can correct underlying problems and prevent disease. We will cover
pulse, face, tongue and eye analysis; the art of “differential diagnosis,”
about correcting the imbalances we discover with targeted nutrition, herbs,
Drew DiVittorio, Dipl (NCCAOM), board-certified in Traditional Chinese Herbology, is an associate professor at the University of Bridgeport Acupuncture Institute and in private practice in NYC. He is a popular speaker on nutrition and Chinese herbalism.