Syo diagnosis

SeikiMost diagnosis methods now have been pretty much focused on reducing what the client is feeling and would usually not be able to get to the primary problem. Basically it is like stopping a tap leak by just putting higher walls to keep the water in and letting the water to flow out from the hole in the pipes. This thing will eventually become a bigger problem than before. What is Syo diagnosis? What is the basic principle of Syo diagnosis?

Syo diagnosis as the name implies is a method of diagnosis and unlike modern medicine which classifies the problem with the symptoms. The diagnosis is achieved through dynamic interaction with the client. The diagnosis is derived from intuitive integrated observation of the person’s whole situation as a person. Syo diagnosis is basically a dynamic act of using a practical concepts of understanding what the body needs at the moment. The important part of syo diagnosis is to understand the client through his or her heart. This is by no means trying to do psychoanalysis on the person or doing a battery test of sort. The syo diagnosis is a way of understanding the condition of the person through the use of the clients hands. This diagnosis method does not stay stagnant and would usually change depending on when the assessment is done. As such syo diagnosis is a skill based diagnosis depending on the skill of the person. The syo system of diagnosis is based on the Kanpo or old eastern medicine methods specifically Japanese treatment methods. The diagnosis is basically  a skill based diagnosis of understanding what the body needs with the use of the hands. This is one of the paradoxes of the diagnosis is that the person can feel the persons problem not by understanding the person but by feeling what the body needs. The system itself is a diagnosis method which deals on understanding the person by knowing not the person himself but what their body needs. The syo diagnosis is a interesting method of diagnosis which in simple terms is a continuous diagnosis of the person’s condition with an attitude which aims on understanding the person.

The method of diagnosis is pretty much similar to a diagnosis method of another allied medicine known as osteopathy. The method of diagnosis makes use of the hands and gravity in which depending on the skill of the user will tell the practitioner where the problem area is and how to approach it which depending on the situation more often than not does not actually treat the symptom of the client but goes straight to the source of the problem as such more often than not the practitioner would usually end up treating not the symptomatic site but the main problem area helping the body heal itself.

This diagnosis method as with the listening technique of osteopathy was not generally accepted by modern medicine for it does not work with the basic principle of finding the symptoms, treating the symptoms and claiming the treatment fee. While this system is pretty effective given proper training this was not accepted during the time this was developed due to the instant culture. The instant culture in which everyone wants a quick fix to any problem as I have said earlier is like building a dam to solve the problem of the holes in the pipe instead of fixing the pipe by filling it with filling. While the system is effective not many people can teach this method of diagnosis since it takes time for a person to even grasp the basics of the skill and as a skill it takes tie for the person to master this specific skill. As I have said this is not a method in which everyone will have the exact same result as depending on the skill of the practitioner can pick up problems and each person will have a different interpretation of the condition.

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