OCOM Pulse Diagnosis and Chinese Medicine Information Table

Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) students will provide pulse diagnosis demonstrations and share information about the college's health services. Step into the sun in the Scholar's Courtyard for a fun and hands-on introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine and OCOM.

What is Pulse Diagnosis?

Pulse diagnosis is a method of detecting and identifying present and  underlying health conditions. If symptoms are already present, pulse diagnosis is used to identify the optimal treatment, or combination of treatments, for the patient’s unique situation. If no symptoms are present, the pulse can guide preventative and wellness treatment according to an individual's constitution.

What are the Benefits of Pulse Diagnosis? 

Pulse diagnosis is a window into how each unique person can maintain optimal energy, health and vitality. If there are latent conditions, pulse diagnosis allows them to be addressed before symptoms occur. By avoiding or reducing future treatment costs, the patient also saves time and money. If symptoms are already present, pulse diagnosis can be used to create a customized treatment plan tailored to the individual.

Included with Lan Su membership or admission; no registration is required.

About the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine

Founded in Portland in 1983, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) is one of the oldest Oriental medicine colleges in the United States. OCOM trains master’s and doctoral students, conducts research, and treats patients at their campus and in the community.

OCOM frequently partners with Lan Su Chinese Garden to provide lectures and workshops on traditional Chinese medicine.