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The Fundamentals of Acupuncture

The Fundamentals of Acupuncture Author Nigel Ching
ISBN-10 9780857012661
Release 2016-09-21
Pages 750
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This accessible textbook clearly explains the basic foundations and principles of acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. With over 70 illustrations, it covers the theories of yin and yang, the five phases, the physiology of the body, the internal organs, the channel system, acupuncture point categories, the point functions and indications, needling techniques and aetiological factors. Authoritative, yet readable, this is a vital addition to the shelves of all students of Chinese medicine.



Fundamentals of Chinese Acupuncture

Fundamentals of Chinese Acupuncture Author Andrew Ellis
ISBN-10 091211133X
Release 1991
Pages 484
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Introduces the principles and techniques of the ancient Chinese healing art of acupuncture



Acupuncture for Pain Management

Acupuncture for Pain Management Author Yuan-Chi Lin
ISBN-10 9781461452751
Release 2013-09-15
Pages 276
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Acupuncture for Pain Management is intended as the premier resource for learning the fundamentals of the art of medical acupuncture. Edited by top pain medicine specialists at Harvard and UCLA, and based on their popular annual workshop at the American Society for Anesthesiologists, the book is the perfect synthesis of Western and Chinese medicine. Anesthesiologists, pain medicine specialists, primary care physicians, osteopaths, neurologists, psychiatrists, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists, and other health professionals looking to add acupuncture to their repertoire will benefit from the concise and practical approach of the book. Features: Each individual meridian discussed in detail Acupuncture for 25 clinical conditions, including headache, menstrual pain, low back pain, insomnia, and more Aimed at acupuncturists as well as practitioners who want to add acupuncture to their clinical armamentarium



Traditional Japanese Acupuncture

Traditional Japanese Acupuncture Author T. Koei Kuwahara
ISBN-10 0967303443
Release 2003
Pages 381
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The authors, who are among Japan's foremost teachers and clinicians, have compiled a work that provides a broad, accurate, and detailed foundation for students learning acupuncture or for clinicians who wish to improve their clinical results. This is an important and pivotal contribution to the acculturation of classical acupuncture in the West.



Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine

Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine Author Nigel Wiseman
ISBN-10 0912111445
Release 1995
Pages 532
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"Publication of an English translation of "Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine" is an important step toward assuring that a process of serious questioning will take place and that the medical dialogue between East and West will have lasting importance and conscious direction. Only accurate information will allow the beginnings of an American or European version of Oriental medicine. A new variant of Oriental medicine must be based on careful and thoughtful study of primary sources, on reflection, and on information. Otherwise, it will be a mutant based on fantasy. Every bit of information received from the Orient must be considered a precious artifact requiring our intense examination.



Basics of Acupuncture

Basics of Acupuncture Author Gabriel Stux
ISBN-10 9783642514333
Release 2013-11-11
Pages 324
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In 1987, our first book Acupuncture: Textbook and Atlas received rave reviews (e.g., in New England Journal of Medicine). This prompted us to write this smaller, affordable version in order to reach a wider audience. The smaller format has been so successful that we are now into our fourth revised edition. This has given us the opportunity to update and improve the book. For example, nu merous new references to scientific advances have been added. Also the section on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) was ad ded because it gives a more complete picture of the current prac tice of acupuncture. Acupuncture has come a long way since our first book in 1987. There has been a surge of interest in treating drug addictions by ear acupuncture in 450 centers world wide. The treatment of nau sea and vomiting has been so well tested (scientifically) that the FDA (USA) is considering making this the major indication for acupuncture in America. Research into its efficacy for neurologi cal and pulmonary diseases is also gaining credibility. No longer is chronic pain the only scientifically acceptable use for acupuncture (based on the endorphin mechanism).



The Art and Practice of Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine

The Art and Practice of Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine Author Nigel Ching
ISBN-10 9780857012678
Release 2017-05-18
Pages 784
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This textbook on diagnosis in Chinese medicine is unique in its clarity and accessibility. Divided into two sections, it is a comprehensive diagnostic manual. The first section explains how to collect and collate the information required to formulate a diagnosis and is divided into four approaches: visual, palpation, interrogation and listening/smelling. The second section describes the various diagnostic models in Chinese medicine, including The Eight Principles; zangfu organ pattern; the Six stages, four levels and san jiao; the twelve regular channels and eight extraordinary vessels; and the Five Phases.



The Living Needle

The Living Needle Author Justin Phillips
ISBN-10 9780857013392
Release 2017-12-14
Pages 144
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This fully illustrated guide to modern acupuncture technique explores the foundational skills of the craft from a primarily energetic perspective, showing how perfecting these skills can have a profound effect on the practice of Chinese Medicine. The goal is for the clinician to be able to fully grasp what they are doing on the channels and the tissues with each of the classic manipulation techniques in a way that has hitherto been unexplored in technique textbooks, which tend to focus on the simple mechanics of technique. Organised around the structure of an actual patient encounter, the book begins with the basics of needle selection, moving through patient and practitioner position, to insertion, and then on to the various mechanical actions taken on an inserted needle, ending with the withdrawal of the needle. The skills discussed and described in this book can help expand any acupuncturist's practice through their application. Further advice and information is provided through supplementary online video demonstrations.



Treatment of Infertility with Chinese Medicine

Treatment of Infertility with Chinese Medicine Author Jane Lyttleton
ISBN-10 9780702054327
Release 2013-04-15
Pages 520
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The second edition of this popular text systematically addresses all aspects of treatment of infertility using Chinese medicine. Clinically focused and with a new easy-to-navigate design, the book begins by covering all the essential fundamentals you will need to understand and treat infertility, before going on to look at what Chinese medicine offers in the way of treatment for functional infertility in men and women, gynecological disorders which contribute to infertility and relevant lifestyle factors. Jane Lyttleton importantly devotes a large part of the book to discussing ways in which Chinese medicine and Western medicine might work together to overcome infertility, and details the increased experience over the past decade in working with IVF patients and their specialists. Leaps forward have also been made in the understanding of conditions such as Polycystic ovarian syndrome and immune infertility. New Features · Greatly expanded section on the place of Chinese medicine and IVF in treatment of infertility · New information on Polycystic ovarian disease and immune infertility and how Chinese medicine approaches their treatment · Updated and balanced advice on pre-conception care · Clinically focused, with easy-to-navigate design Detailed and clear Chinese medicine treatment strategies are described. Information on reproductive biology and Western physiology are included to provide an understanding of the complexity of a patient's symptoms and conditions. Western treatment options that may impact Chinese medicine treatment are described, along with details about how these two perspectives can work together. Clinical approaches to supporting the early stages of a pregnancy and preventing miscarriage are included. Advice is offered on pre-conception help and the optimum diet and lifestyle choices for preparing for a pregnancy. The author is a well-known specialist in this field.



Fundamentals of Clinical Acupuncture

Fundamentals of Clinical Acupuncture Author Neemez Kassam
ISBN-10 1897025289
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 320
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Featuring 380 full-colour anatomical acupuncture images with point locations, this unique book covers all the major meridians and the most commonly used extra points, while combining descriptions of both the Western and Eastern indications for each point. This is the only practical handbook specifically designed for use by naturopathic, CAM, and integrative medical students and practitioners.



Acupuncture for IVF and Assisted Reproduction

Acupuncture for IVF and Assisted Reproduction Author Irina Szmelskyj
ISBN-10 9780702050107
Release 2014-01-01
Pages 429
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Incorporating orthodox medical theory and the existing evidenced-base for the use of acupuncture therapy,Acupuncture for IVF and Assisted Reproduction enables acupuncture practitioners to provide appropriate advice regarding diagnoses, orthodox tests and investigations, and tailor acupuncture treatment according to the stage of the fertility cycle, and associated underlying condition. An essential manual for all practitioners working in this area, or planning to do so. Simplifies complex information into easily accessible and understandable material Explains reproductive anatomy and physiology from the perspectives of both orthodox medicine and TCM Explains the underlying basis of orthodox medical fertility tests and investigations Explores the pathology and aetiology of TCM syndromes Provides detailed information on how to take a fertility medical history and how to diagnose TCM syndromes Presents the evidence for the influence of various lifestyle factors on fertility and ART success rates Provides guidelines on how to regulate the menstrual cycle in preparation for IVF treatment Explains how common fertility-related conditions such as endometriosis, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, thyroid disease, and male factor infertility affect ART success rates Explains how to adapt acupuncture treatment to different ART protocols Provides case history templates, algorithmic acupuncture treatment pathways and patient fact sheets Explains how to manage patients with complex medical histories Looks at Repeated Implantation Failure, reproductive immunology dysfunction, and recurrent miscarriages Explains how to support patients if their IVF is unsuccessful and how to treat patients during early pregnancy Examines ethical considerations relevant to fertility acupuncture practice



Grasping the Wind

Grasping the Wind Author Andrew Ellis
ISBN-10 0912111194
Release 1989
Pages 462
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Point names, the traditional means of identifying acupoints, have meanings that are hard to grasp. This text promotes understanding of each point's use in acupuncture practice by considering the meaning, context and significance of each. The 363 points covered are listed according to the system currently in use in China.



Interactive Medical Acupuncture Anatomy

Interactive Medical Acupuncture Anatomy Author Narda G. Robinson
ISBN-10 9781498774857
Release 2016-02-22
Pages 1215
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This presentation uses anatomically precise, computer-generated reconstructed images of the human body for three-dimensional presentation of acupuncture points and channels. The CD component is fully interactive and allows the user to see through tissue layers, remove tissue layers, and rotate structures so that specific acupuncture points can be visualized in relation to their surrounding nerves, organs, and vessels. The accompanying book provides full color anatomic drawings and detailed information regarding the physiologic basis for acupuncture, which will be useful in conjunction with the CD.



Finding Effective Acupuncture Points

Finding Effective Acupuncture Points Author Shudo Denmei
ISBN-10 0939616408
Release 2002-11-01
Pages 274
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The author, one of the masters of the meridian therapy movement in Japan, has selected 160 of his favorite points. He describes how to use palpation to find the points and determine whether they are 'active.' He then identifies the particular conditions for which each point is best suited.



Fundamentals of Electroacupuncture According to Voll

Fundamentals of Electroacupuncture According to Voll Author Horst Leonhardt
ISBN-10 3881360816
Release 1980-01-01
Pages 283
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Fundamentals of Electroacupuncture According to Voll has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Fundamentals of Electroacupuncture According to Voll also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Fundamentals of Electroacupuncture According to Voll book for free.



Fundamentals of Chinese Fingernail Image Diagnosis FID

Fundamentals of Chinese Fingernail Image Diagnosis  FID Author Jie-Jia Li
ISBN-10 9780857010803
Release 2014-02-21
Pages 208
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This book is a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of Chinese Fingernail Image Diagnosis (FID), a non-invasive clinical examination which can assess an individual's state of health. FID can be used as an auxiliary diagnostic method to provide diagnostic clues and proper guidance for treatment. One great strength of this method is its non-invasive nature. Formed by blood and Qi between the nail bed and nail plate, the fingernail image can be used to observe pathological changes within the body. This book equips readers with the knowledge needed to analyse fingernail images and assess them for diagnostic purposes. Covering the origins of Fingernail Image Diagnosis, methods of examination and the practical application of FID for assisting diagnosis in a wide range of common disorders, the authors provide a complete guide to FID, with illustrations, visuals and detailed case examples. This practical quick reference guide and introduction to FID will be useful for anyone interested in diagnostic techniques, especially those working in the fields of Chinese Medicine, integrative medicine and alternative healthcare.



            Author Chang-qing Guo
ISBN-10 NWU:35558005651860
Release 2008
Pages 568
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A guide to learn the art of acupuncture point location. It provides a description of the acupuncture points along the channels and vessels as well as extra points. It also includes various needling and moxibustion techniques along with cross anatomical and illustrations. It also describes the meaning of the Chinese names of the points.