Dr. Tina S. Greenberg
Doctor of Chiropractic
5407 Excelsior Blvd, Suite D
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
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Greenberg Chiropractic Care now offers state of the art “Ryodoraku” also known as “Electro-Meridian Imaging” (EMI) or “Electric Pulse Diagnosis” as a diagnostic evaluation for acupuncture!
Since the early 1950’s, acupuncture diagnosis has taken on an entirely new dimension throughout the world with the discovery of Ryodoraku by Dr. Yoshio Nakatani of Japan. Even though Chinese pulse diagnosis is considered both classic and traditional, the findings are purely and strictly subjective. When Nakatani first developed his procedure of electronic evaluation by measuring skin conductance at the Yuan (Source) point of the wrist and ankle, he created one of the most significant acupuncture diagnostic methods that has yet to be created in either contemporary or traditional acupuncture. When one compares the findings of learned Asian Masters of acupuncture and pulse diagnosis with the findings of Ryodoraku, they are most often identical or extremely close.
When one finds an elevated or deficiant meridian on Ryodoraku, the treatment approach is one of tonification or sedation, to specific acupuncture points known to replenish or deplete biomagnetic energy to create balance in the meridians. Electronic measurements are ascertained by examining the 24 specific Yuan points of the wrist and ankles.