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Bian Que: The Founder of Pulse-Taking Diagnosis in TCM.

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Bian Que: The Founder of Pulse-Taking Diagnosis in TCM.

Post  Admin on Thu Dec 01, 2011 11:31 pm

Bian Que, also named Qin Yueren, lived in Bohai (present Renqiu City, Hebei Province) during the Spring and Autumn and the Warring States Period. He was accomplished in curing all diseases, which made him a famous doctor of the period and an outstanding representative of Pre-Qin medicine. Owing to his magic hand in restoring people's health comparable to the legendary doctor Bian Que, the later generations then honored him the same title.

Bian Que had an open mind and was curious and assiduous in studying medical skills at a young age. He put his experience in medical treatment into practice for common people and practiced medicine around the states to free people from illness and suffering. His skilled diagnosis and remedies were recorded in Records of the Grand Historian. He was a master in many fields, including medicine, surgery, gynecology, pediatrics and ophthalmology and otorhinolaryngology, with his treatment methods ranging from stone-needle acupuncture, acupuncture and moxibustion, massage, decoction to heat-ironing with Chinese medicine.

Bian Que's medical viewpoints and treatment skills served as a proof that the medical science during the Spring and Autumn and the Warring States Period was growing mature onto a progressive track free from the bondage of witchcraft and theology. Moreover, Bian Que also contributed a lot to the emergence of the unique pulse-taking diagnosis in TCM.

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