Acupuncture Energetics: A Workbook for Diagnostics and Treatment

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Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, 1987 - Health & Fitness - 144 pages
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A leading practitioner offers a new approach to acupuncture that integrates Eight-Principle and Five-Phase diagnosis. Includes case histories and a workbook for treatment strategies.
 

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Good explanatory book. It has narrated very detail malfunction of impotent organs and acupuncturist can come to main conclusion while diagnostic.
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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
9
How to Use this Book
11
INTRODUCTION
13
1 YINYANG AND THE FIVE PHASES
17
2 THE STEPS OF DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING
21
3 PATTERNS OF THE ZANGFU REVIEWED
24
4 AN EXAMPLE
41
5 SELECTING TREATMENT STRATEGIES
45
6 EXERCISES TO LEARN THE APPROACH
57
CLINICAL CASES OF ZANGFU PATHOLOGY
62
SUMMARY
104
REFERENCES
106
BIBLIOGRAPHY
107
APPENDIX
108
INDEX
110
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About the author (1987)

Mark D. Seem, Ph.D., is a former president of the National Council of Acupuncture Schools and Colleges and founder of the Tri-State Institute of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture in Stamford, Connecticut. The author of Acupuncture Energetics and Bodymind Energetics, he lectures at schools and conferences throughout the United States and maintains a private practice in New York City.

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