Development of the Tom Tam Healing System

Development of the Tom Tam Healing System

Spine – Includes the Most Important Joints
Our spine, housing the spinal cord and the central nervous system, contains the most important joints in our body. The spinal cord conducts nerve impulses between the brain and our body and organs. The spine, composed of 30 vertebrae, is divided into 5 sections according to its structure: cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccyx. Each pair of the spinal nerves which exit the spine regulate a set of organs and control the functions of that organ.
Cervical ...(7)
Thoracic ..(12)
Sacral .....(5)

Pinched Nerve – A Source of Illness
When a spinal nerve is pinched as shown to the left, nerve impulses cannot move properly. When we examine this type of condition by pressing our thumb up at a 45° angle and toward the center of the spine, this area will be painful or sore to the touch. In most cases, a nodule, skin discoloration or abnormal skin temperature can also be found. This is called a blockage - a primary cause of chronic illness in Chinese medicine.

HuaTo JaJi – Amazing Ancient Healing
HuaTo, one of the most famous ancient Chinese doctors, discovered and documented this system about 1,700 years ago. His system called HuaTo JaJi is comprised of 34 points on both sides of the spinal column in the chest and the lumbar area. By treating these points, HuaTo treated many difficult illnesses with great success. Unfortunately, this knowledge was lost because all of HuaTo’s books were burned in a historical event.

Tom Tam Healing System Created in 1992
The Tom Tam Healing System is based on the HuaTo JaJi from traditional Chinese medicine. Following Tom Tam’s research and healing practice of 10+ years, the Tom Tam Healing System was created. During his many years of practice, Tom researched the organic of the brain, cranial nerves, spine and their relationships to organs, body functions, hormones, blood circulation, etc. With unique and persistent effort, he has integrated Eastern and Western medical systems. Tom carefully defined the functions of each point in his system by using modern medical terms. Master Tom Tam reconfirmed HuaTo JaJi. He verified each of the original 34 points and added neck and sacrum points to bring the total number of points to 58. This new system was named the Tom Tam Healing System in 1992.

Cranial Points Added in 2000
Tom continues to research and refine this system. He updated the system four times in five years since the first Tom Tam Healing System book was published in 1995. In 2000, Tom further studied the structure of the human brain and related brain functions, and extended his system to include 16 points on the head. Hence, the Tom Tam Healing System covers the entire central nervous system, the brain and the spine. This makes the system much more effective for treating many mental as well as physical disorders.

New Addition in 2001 – Qi Loop
In 2001, Tom Tam added the Qi Loop concept which contains points of 12 functional groups. It is the qi circuit in our body and is compatible to the electricity circuit in a car. The Qi Loop theory is based on the concept of qi circulation in the human body. This theory includes a comprehensive picture of all human body functions. The brain is the power source and is the equivalent to the battery in a car. Organs perform body functions just as the light, radio, etc. perform functions in the car. The motor cortex of the brain commands skeletal muscles of the whole body and enables our body to move properly - just as the steering wheel drives the car. From the perspective of qi, the Qi Loop theory represents the organic functions of the human body very well.

Is Effective to Physical and Mental Conditions
The Tom Tam Healing System can treat physical and mental conditions as well as body functions from the top of head all the way down to the toes. It is the most comprehensive and effective medical system in use today. Yet, its simplicity makes it easy to learn. This system has been used to successfully treat many difficult to treat disorders such as depression, mania, anxiety, phobia, attention deficit disorders (ADD), memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, eye disorders, blurred vision, tight neck and shoulders, itchy skin, lupus, scleroderma, fibromyalgia, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Multiple Sclerosis (M.S.), Muscular Distrophy (M.D.), stroke, heart burn, hepatitis, diabetes, allergies, asthma, arthritis, back pain, sciatica and all kinds of cancers, PMS, and insomnia.

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