Tibetan medicine: a unique heritage of person-centered medicine

@inproceedings{Sarsina2011TibetanMA,
  title={Tibetan medicine: a unique heritage of person-centered medicine},
  author={Paolo Roberti di Sarsina and Luigi Ottaviani and Joey Mella},
  booktitle={EPMA Journal},
  year={2011}
}
With a history going back approximately 2,500 years, the Tibetan medicine, known as Sowa Rigpa in the Tibetan language, is one of the world’s oldest known traditional medicine. It originally developed during the pre-Buddhist era in the kingdom known as Shang Shung. As a traditional medicine, the future development of Tibetan medicine in Western countries is linked to being recognized as a popular and viable healthcare option providing an alternative clinical reality. Its inherent ability to… CONTINUE READING

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