By Redwing Book Co
Pamphlet (Practitioner Forms)
Four distinct diagnostic forms give practitioners a variety of intake options.
The Health History Questionnaire is completed by the patient during an initial visit. It provides room for vital statistics, main problems, past medical history, family medical history, occupation, areas of pain, and symptomatic discomfort group by physiological location.
The Patient Intake Form helps practitioners sort the objective and subjective findings necessary for a diagnosis diagrams for recording pulse, tongue, ear, abdomen, and pain findings are provided. An assessment section allows for notes concerning objective symptoms, subjective symptoms, general diagnosis, and treatment strategy.
The Patient Followup Forms are formatted for either a comprehensive followup, “Long Form” (1 session per side of page, as a 50-page tablet), or as a shorter form, “Short Form” (3 sessions per side of page, as a 50-page tablet). Both forms are based on eight-parameter methods, and designed for easy clinical use. Both forms include space for point selection, technique and results; with the long form there are also areas for noting the condition of the tongue, abdomen, ear, and pulse.