Investigative procedures in Acupuncture - Part 14: Acupuncture Versus Allopathy (Modern Medicine).

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# Freedom From Diseases #


Do you  have any investigative procedures in acupuncture health system? How do you assess a patient’s improvement?

Answer given by:

Father of Indian Acupuncture. Dr. Fazlur Rahman, M.B.B.S., M.D., Phd. (Acupuncture):

A patient’s condition is assessed from his own expression of his complaints. Since human brain is capable of picking up even the mildest change in the function of an organ, it is easy to regard the patient’s complaints as the disease itself. In the early stage of the disease process, i.e., when the disease is in the form of energic indisposition, there will not be any tissue damage or chemical change. So, the chemical analysis reports of the blood will be negative; and since there is no tissue damage, scanning reports will not show any abnormality. These normal reports of laboratory investigations do not mean that the patient is normal because, the patient may still complain that something is definitely wrong with him. It only reveals that the laboratory investigations are unnecessary, wasteful exercises when a patient has his own superior laboratory in the form of brain.

A patient’s approval is proof enough that he has recovered from his problems. When a health system does not give due regard to a patient’s complaints, but only believes in the so called scientific (mechanical) diagnosis, it is only fit for veterinary practice and is not fit for humans.

(to be continued.....)


Acu Healer. Kuntikana RadhaKrishna Bhat, D.A.Sc.,

"Acupuncture Can Cure All Diseases."