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Acupuncture in clinical practice

a guide for health professionals

by Nadia Ellis

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Published by Stanley Thornes in Cheltenham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementNadia Ellis.
SeriesTherapy in practice
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 312 p. :
Number of Pages312
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22025051M
ISBN 100748753133

The practice of acupuncture consists of inserting fine, solid needles (usually 32 to 36 gauge) into selected body locations (acupuncture points). Classic texts describe points located in systematic fashion on meridians or channels of energy flow that are mapped onto the surface of Acupuncture: A . Years of clinical practice has positively identified that acupuncture has a definite place in the health care of people throughout the world. It can be integrated with modern medical practice. In properly trained hands it is inexpensive, harmless and extremely beneficial to personal wellbeing. This title addresses clinical acupuncture.3/5(12).

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The Power of the Points is the first of a series of books by Dr. Eileen Yue-Ling Han, PhD, LAc, designed to teach acupuncture professionals how to utilize Dr. Tan’s Balance Method to establish and elevate their needling gama-uk.com foundational offering details the first part of the Essential Points and their applications as well as the standard use of the Traditional Meridian Regular Points. Physical assessment skills needed in the practice of Oriental Medicine are covered including: vital signs, temperature, pulse, and blood pressure. Standards of history taking, SOAP noting and unique documentation found in TCM clinical records are part of this course.


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The fifth in the series of Master Tung's Acupuncture books by Robert Chu, he discusses the use of Master Tung's Acupuncture with herbs for even greater clinical success. This book is composed of monographs on each disease, best points to treat the problem, and herbal prescriptions to give the patient.

Praise for Acupuncture: From Symbol to Clinical Practice: “This is the work of a seasoned practitioner and teacher writing in his mature years, confident in his knowledge and the accuracy of his approach. [Dr. Welcome to Acupuncture Desk References. Acupuncture Desk Reference is the most widely-used clinical handbook for acupuncturists and herbalists to date, a comprehensive clinical guides to empower TCM practitioners to become highly effective in treatment and successful in their practice.

Dec 01,  · This book addresses both aspects of acupuncture and demonstrates its practical application in clinical treatment. This is the first book on acupuncture written for physiotherapists and physical rehabilitation practitioners, and is also suitable for reference for acupuncture students.

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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. this text is the most comprehensive and thorough english language text on the combination of traditional chinese medicine and sports medicine.

with its focus on clinical applications, much of the information within this book can be immediately utilized in the acupuncture clinic. Based on extensive accumulated evidence and using the Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation (GRADE) system, we have developed clinical practice guidelines for the use of acupuncture to treat low back pain (LBP).Cited by: 3.

Clinical Practice Guideline of Acupuncture for Bell’s Palsy Xi Wua, Ying Lia, Yi-Hui Zhua, Hui Zhenga, Qin Chenb, Xue-Zhi Lic, Ling Luoa, Fang Zenga, Wen-Jing Huanga, Ling Zhaoa, Xiao-Dong Wud, Hong Zhaoe, Ming-Jie Zif, Xu Guog, Si-Yuan Zhoua, Hui-Juan Tana and Fan-Rong Lianga* aSchool of Acupuncture & Moxibustion and Tuina, Chengdu University of TCM, No Shierqiao Road, Jin Niu.

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In his book on acupuncture in emergency medicine that appeared inRichard Umlauf describes the points for body acupuncture and the points of various microsystems for their use in difficult and life-threatening illnesses. He considers these methods very efficacious and recommends their gama-uk.com: Thomas Schockert.practice focus.

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He is both an acupuncture clinical supervisor and class instructor at The Won Institute of .