Bio-Energy assessment by EMAS
In Traditional Chinese Medicine theory the most difficult aspect to learn and understand for western people is the diagnostic method and philosophical basis for the diagnosis. In the present time, and in the wake of the advancement of high technology, western medicine has unceasingly continued to develop new medical equipment and yet, oriental medicine still uses traditional diagnostic methods. This often makes it more difficult to learn due to the abstract concepts and metaphysics involved in TraditionalChinese Medicine. So, do the twelve meridians actually exist? Also, at this time, does the newest technology yet have a method that concisely tells how the meridians and collaterals exist in the human body? Practitioners are always asking these same questions.
Since 1949, one research group led byDr. Yoshio Nakatani in Japan, dedicated themselves to the research of the Ryodoraku theory and thus, the Ryodoraku therapy evolved. The Ryodoraku theory measures the electrical value of the twelve meridians and obtains 24 values, one for either side of each meridian. Finally, Dr. Nakatani found that the Ryodoraku theory matches the Traditional Chinese Medicine theory in that “disease is reflected by the twelve source acupoints”. Ryodoraku theory uses very simple and concise diagnostic methods, yet it quickly and precisely shows all the meridians and collaterals of the whole body. We can certainly say that this is an important breakthrough of latter-day meridian theory.
EMAS (Electro Meridian Analysis System) is based on the original Ryodoraku theory, in addition to some new ideas and supplements. It provides not only traditional Ryodoraku analysis readings, ratios, the 12 meridian chart and Ryodoraku treatment points, but it also combines with the Traditional Chinese Medicine theory. Traditional Ryodoraku theory measures 24 representative points. It calculates all the ratios based on those 24 readings, including average body energy, upper and lower body (hands and feet) energy ratio, left and right side energy ratio, internal and external (yin and yang) energy ratio, autonomic nerve ratio, and the twelve meridian chart.