Contemporary Medical Acupuncture: A Systems Approach

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Higher Education Press, 2007 - Medical - 548 pages
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This book aims to connect and integrate classical acupuncture therapy and contemporary medicine. Based on updated reviews and systematic analyses, the meridians are actually systems of physiological and pathological reflexes in the body, and acupuncture therapy is a type of reflexotherapy. Includes incisive and concrete theory and technique descriptions, a novel systems approach, and many case studies. An advanced, practical, and valuable resource for acupuncture practitioners interested in sharpening clinical skills; and an essential and comprehensive text for health care professionals intere.

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This is very good book for acupuncture precticener. The topic of different types of puncture has been described in very simple language. Very help full in acupuncture treatment.
Ambarish Acupuncturist.

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