First of all, there is a detailed anamnesis with a cup of tea, during which the patient describes his or her complaints in a conversation. This is followed by a Tibetan pulse diagnosis. The Tibetan urine diagnosis is also obligatory, for which the patient should bring his fresh morning medium jet urine in a well-sealable jar. Alcohol and heavy food should be avoided the day before. If necessary, other organs – tongue, eyes, ears – and possibly painful (acupuncture) points and areas are examined to determine the cause of the complaints.
TTM then offers many methods of treatment, such as:
- correcting diet
- adjusting lifestyle
- taking herbs and food suplements
- external therapies (acupuncture, massage, cupping, bloodletting, moxa, sauna and more)
- mental health methods – meditation, yoga, mantra
I have also applied the practical art of healing under the guidance of our teachers for years. Furthermore, we bring the knowledge of various other healing traditions into my work, such as trained in Ayurveda, Phytotherapy and Macrobiotics.