Acupuncture Revisited: Clinical Acuology

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Trafford Publishing, 2005 - 558 pages
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Evidenced by the surprising outcomes of a variety of disorders as they responded to acupuncture, the innovative approach of this superb medicine has made both healthcare providers and recipients happy. This updated approach to acupuncture not only empowers practitioners to enjoy successful treatments of more difficult conditions, but also helps patients understand the background of this ancient modality of Clinical Acuology.

Camouflaged under the theory of Yin Yang and Acts of Five Elements, acupuncture emerges as a unique remedy as Dr. Yang takes you through his journal of his medical practice as it evolved from Conventional Western Medicine into an integration of Eastern and Western Medicine; telling about some of his clinical experiences and theories, and how he proved them over time with acupuncture.

This book intertwines the ancient theories with current research findings. It is filled with detailed accounts of dire patients as they came to acupuncture as a last resort - and got well, as doctor and patient worked together to reach proper diagnoses and treatments.

As you read this book, we hope you enjoy the journey into the past as well as the insight into the lives changed through acupuncture - and if you are so inclined, to learn the techniques.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
6
Chapter
PART
Chapter
Versatile
Acuflow Acuology Interface
Chapter
Ballpark of
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
PART FOUR
Chapter
Lost in Stress
Chapter
Sexual Dysfunctions

Wrestling of Just
Show and Fancy
Chapter
Ninjian Show
Word Power
Auriculotherapy
Summation
Chapter
Sleep Matters
Fibromyalgia
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Acupuncture Selfservice
AFTERWORD
BIBLIOGRAPHY
GLOSSARY of TERMS
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