The study of different diagrams of reflection becomes an inexhaustible source of alternatives to approach a care.
Which facial tool to choose?
With the Faceasit application, we have permanent access to all diagrams related to the morphology involved. This allows us not to always start with the same and especially not to forget if we do not get a good result from the beginning.
From Faceasit's "Diagram Study" section, get to the anatomy involved. Then appear all the patterns relating to that part of the body that we want to rebalance.
Which facial tool to choose?
Each time we select an anatomy on the body representation, the tool carousel on the right of the Faceasit screen, offers the 2 most suitable body instruments.
On the chosen diagram, stimulate the reflex zone of the involved anatomy with a smaller tool having the same effects as the one used on the body.
Each image of the carousel allows us to access the complete form of the tool to learn about these functions. A video for beginners facilitates the understanding of the recommended gesture.
If we got a little local relief with our yin body instrument, it means we are on the right track. We will therefore use a facial tool with yins effects on the face.
Stimulate the reflex area for at least 2 minutes and ask the patient to detail their improvement.
In Dien Chan we prefer to note progress on a scale from 1 to 10 rather than pain. Everyone is free to suffer as he wants, so it is much more accurate to measure appeasement.
For how long?
If the improvement is noted between 4 and 6 (out of 10) it means that we are on the right track. So we can continue on the same diagram with the same tool.
If, on the contrary, we do not obtain an improvement, we will have to change tool or diagram.
It is strongly advised not to alternate all at once. If we decide to take another reflection scheme, we keep the tool and vice versa. This is how we know what we do and give meaning to the treatment.
If we have achieved good results with these first two steps, then we seek to stabilize the situation.
Dien Chan is very fast and effective for relieving pain, but it would be a shame to stop there. We must therefore strengthen our care with a formula of bqc·points having complementary properties.
The causes of the disorder can be diverse and we must surely consolidate some essential organic functions.
To illustrate this approach in more concrete terms, consider the example of a patient complaining of hip pain.
How to compose a personalized formula?
Unless you have at least ten years of practice experience and many patients, it is very difficult not to consistently implement protocols.
Empiricism allows us to adapt the formulas gleaned from books and other supports, but we often tend to forget certain subtleties if we do not rethink each treatment in depth.
Today we have the chance to put technology at the service of our shortcomings. Enjoy it!
The Faceasit application is the best support for personalizing our care protocols and not missing important solutions.
This is not a catalog of Dien Chan's formula. It is a real calculator able to combine all the bqc·points involved in the disorder as well as the reflex zones of the concerned anatomy.
Let’s unpack together Faceasit's proposal for our example of hip pain.
We will find many points for the shoulders, joints and kidneys. But also other bqc·points which relax the movements, which relax the muscles.
It is by browsing this information that many ideas come to us. We will be able to find more complex and less obvious relationships between the pain or the disorder expressed and the possible causes.
Indeed, Faceasit is here to inspire you and refine your diagnosis.
By pressing each bqc·point, its complete record pops up.
These bqc·point cards are composed of four compartments:
- His number and below his coordinates on the original map.
- The main action for which it is generally used and below a small explanatory text.
- The column containing the anatomical parts to which it is attached.
- The column of disorders in which it is involved.
Imagine, for our example of hip pain, that the bqc·point 64· (in the furrow of the nose) was tested with the detector and proved to be nagging.
By pressing the point we open his record and note that one of his main actions is to relieve gastric reflux.
We can immediately ask the patient if he is suffering from acidity. Faced with an affirmative answer, we are able to make the link between his pain and his digestive disorder.
The Dien Chan is therefore a natural care technique that allows a comprehensive approach. The many relationships offered by this incredible multireflexological method are a real revolution.
The main goal of the International School of Multireflexology - Dien Chan (ISMDC) is to share this holistic vision. Through the disclosure of Dien Chan, we hope that all alternative medicines become aware of the innumerable unsuspected possibilities they hold.